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The Art of Thomas Gainsborough – A Little Business for the Eye (The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art)
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painting by Thomas Gainsborough (Museum: Royal Collection). Princess Elizabeth (1770-1840) is an artwork on USEUM. It was created by Thomas Gainsborough in 1782. Log in to USEUM to download unlimited free images, send e-cards and interact with thousands of famous paintings, drawings and illustrations.
CARTER T FLYNN saved to MINIATURES/ PORTRAITS
Commentary: 'The Blue Boy' is returning to London. Why experts fear the trip presents a grave risk to a masterpiece
Huntington Art Museum officials are overruling their own conservation experts' advice by lending the fragile painting to Britain's National Gallery.
'The Morning Walk' (1785) was damaged Saturday afternoon at the National Gallery in London after a man scratched the work with a screwdriver.
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Gainsborough's daughters Mary and Margaret were baptised in February 1750 and August 1751. Mary appears to be about nine or ten years old, and Margaret about eight or nine. Gainsborough had moved with his family from Ipswich to Bath in the autumn of 1759 and this work may therefore have been painted in Bath rather than in Ipswich. The painting is unfinished, but the outlines of a cat whose tail is being pulled can be seen on the lap of the elder girl. [Oil on canvas, 75.6 x 62.9 cm]…
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In the course of our research, we came across a reference to an illegitimate child of Banastre Tarleton, army officer and politician. Regular readers will probably be aware by now that we’re…
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The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens will debut “Project Blue Boy” on Sept. 22, in which a senior conservator will restore the 18th-century Thomas Gainsborough masterpiece in a gallery over three months as the public watches.
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One of the earliest hats in the Snowshill costume collection is a mid 18th c. Bergère hat. To the modern eye this hat appears a bland piece of head wear when we think of Georgian fashions; images o…
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Artist: Thomas Gainsborough (British, Sudbury 1727–1788 London). Date: 1778. Medium: Oil on canvas. Dimensions: 92 1/4 x 60 1/2in. (234.3 x 153.7cm). Clas...
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