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Page 161 - The original frame, designed by the artist, is covered with an incised repeat *A name given by the early Dutch traders to the blue and white Chinese porcelain, decorated with figures of "Long Ladies", or "Long Elizas.
Page 37 - HEINEMANN, 1962. Gericault Jean Louis Andre Theodore Gericault. Born at Rouen in 1791; died in Paris in 1824. Gericault, the son of a lawyer, was born into a well-to-do family. During his childhood he made many visits to Normandy, where he developed an intense interest in horses that furnished him with themes throughout his career. At the age of seventeen, after finishing his scholastic studies in Paris, he...
Page 55 - SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, PRA Born at Plympton, in Devonshire in 1723, died in London, 1792.
Page 210 - To the left, a little behind him, another grayish-brown horse facing left, lies on the ground near a fence. Beside and in front of him are five sheep two of them standing up.
Page 48 - Much employed by Philip IV in copying the celebrated Venetian pictures in the royal collection.
Page 43 - Belonging to the two following panels with which it very likely formed the predella part of a large altarpiece.
Page 36 - JEAN AUGUSTE DOMINIQUE INGRES Born at Montaubon in 1780. Died in Paris in 1867.
Page 101 - A black velvet collar, embroidered with white silk and shaped like a yoke, rests...