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Неделя миниатюрного портрета

Miniature of George IV, Henry Bone, 1821 by Kotomicreations, via Flickr:

Miniature of George IV, Henry Bone, 1821
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Portrait miniature of Margaret, Duchess of Somerset, watercolour on ivory, painted by Sir William Charles Ross, R.A. (1794-1860)
https://ru.pinterest.com/pin/83035186849391425/



Antique French Pinchbeck Portrait Miniature Pin, Brooch Of Napoleon II, "L'Aiglon" "The Eaglet" After the fall of Bonaparte, he and his mother, the Empress Marie Louise, nee Archduchess of Austria, lived at the court of his grandfather the Emperor of Austria. Called the Duke of Reichstadt. Died young, w/out issue, tho rumors circulated of his intimacy with Archduchess Sophie, the mother of Franz Josef
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Heart-shaped gold ring with Hessnite garnet surround, ca. 1790. Collection of Dr. and Mrs. David Skier
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Given as a gift to a man who was not her husband.  Beauty Revealed is a miniature, by Sarah Goodridge, given to Daniel Webster, in 1828:

Given as a gift to a man who was not her husband. Beauty Revealed is a miniature, by Sarah Goodridge, given to Daniel Webster, in 1828
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Бостонская портретистка Сара Гудридж написала этот интимный автопортрет для государственного деятеля Даниэля Вебстера, сенатора США,в 1828 году.
Их связь задокументированы в сорока четырех письмах, что Вебстер написал в Гудридж между 1827 и 1851 годами. Но сенатор так и не женился на Саре.

Beauty Revealed, 1828  Sarah Goodridge (1788–1835) Watercolor on ivory - a provocative twist on the lover's eye miniatures popular in London. The Boston portraitist  painted this intimate self-portrait for US Sen. Daniel Webster. Their association is documented in 44 letters that he wrote to her be from 1827-51.:
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The Boston portraitist Sarah Goodridge painted this intimate self-portrait for the statesman Daniel Webster in 1828, the year of his first term as U.S. Senator. Their association is documented in forty-four letters that Webster wrote to Goodridge between 1827 and 1851. Webster sat for her at least twelve times over two decades, and she visited him in Washington, D.C.—the only time she is known to have left Boston. This provocative twist on the traditional lover's eye miniatures so popular in London demonstrates the artist's command of nuances of light and shadow and glowing tones captured through the use of transparent washes of watercolor on ivory.
www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/2006.235.74

Ссылки на мои посты в тему:
Уста возлюбленной
Гордость и предубеждение в миниатюрах
John Smart

Tags: искусство, ню, портрет
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