Velázquez's Coronation of the Virgin, c. 1641–42. It has been suggested that the model used here was the same as the one used in the Venus.
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Titian's Venus with a Mirror, c. 1555, is an early example of Venus depicted at her toilet with Cupid. In this painting, Venus sits upright.
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It is not often that an exhibition is based around an ornamental style – or, more correctly, around a certain type of ornament – but at the Rijksmuseum in ...
Giorgione shows Venus sleeping on fine textiles in an outdoor setting against a sumptuous landscape. As with Velázquez's Venus, Giorgione painted, ...
Oļegs Auzers gives lecture about silver application in medicine. October, 2018, Limbaži.
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A Sunday on La Grande Jatte - 1884. Courtesy The Art ...
'Portrait of Richard Milles' probably 1760s, Pompeo Girolamo Batoni, National Gallery,
... Family with Saints Anne and Catherine of Alexandria (1648, oil on canvas, 82½ x 60¾ in. [209.6 x 154.3 cm]). New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Photograph: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia/Sucesion Pablo Picasso/VEGAP/2017
Master of the Winking Eyes, "Madonna and Child," ca. 1450.
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Alonso Sánchez Coello (1532-88), Prince Don Carlos (1555-1559), o/c, 109 x 95 cm., P-1136 [now in a Baroque-style parcel-gilt black frame], Museo Nacional ...
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Joseph Michael Gandy (1771-1843), Soane office: design for the 'Tivoli' corner of the Bank of England, as built in 1805, watercolour.
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-Don Diego de Acedo : We can observe that there are some black spins due to that Velázquez cleaned the brush in the background of the painting.
... express a radical step forward from the earliest goût-grec of NeoClassicism, and from its later delicate and ornamental treatment by the Adam brothers.
Unidentified (French) artist, Salt Cellar with the Episodes from the Life of Hercules
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Sir Peter Lely (1618-80), Elizabeth Murray, Lady Tollemach, later Countess of Dysart & Duchess of Lauderdale with a black servant, c.1651, Ham House, ...
Cornelis Bisschop, Young woman and a cavalier, early 1660s, o/c, 38 ½ x 34 ¾ ins (97.8 x 88.3 cm.), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York [not in exhibition]
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Thirty-five feet in length, this dramatic, eight-paneled work by one of Japanese art's great mavericks was originally part of a larger suite of paintings ...
... intended for , whilst several frames in 'Roman style', some of them square with a circular sight , are mentioned in reference to the octagon.
The scene, representing Catherine's vision, is complemented by scenes of saints subduing demons and a moving reconciliation. It may have been commissioned ...
The Cabinet of Rest today (Room 39), Van Loo's The Family of Philip V on the left; Louis XVI of France on the right [a version of Callet's portrait at ...
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Correggio's Danaё, 1531, is an early example of Cupid depicted attending to a female recumbent on a chamber bed. In this painting however, the female is a ...
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Joseph Michael Gandy (1771-1843), Soane office: view of the interior of the Council Chamber of the New Masonic Hall adjoining Freemasons' Hall, ...
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... and a wide flat frieze. Turner's overall vision of the presentation of his paintings has been completely disrupted in the case of both Mercury & Argus ...
Turner, St Mawes at the pilchard season, exh. 1812, o/c, 134.1 x 164 cm., & detail; Tate Gallery
The frame above (re-used for a Turner sketch in 1944) was examined under ultraviolet light, when a painted-out inscription was revealed with the title, ...
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Turner, The departure of the Trojan fleet, exh.1850, o/c, 89.9 x 120.3 cm., Tate Gallery, restored to its original frame