Illustrated Catalog: Exhibition of a Loan Collection of Pictures of Fair Children

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Press of G. H. Ellis, 1901 - Children - 48 pages
 

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Page 12 - George. Born at Deerfield, Mass., 1822; died in Boston, 1884. Studied in Boston, New York, London, and on the Continent of Europe. ANA, 1857. Memorial Exhibition of his works at Museum of Fine •Arts, Boston, 1884.
Page 25 - In 1815 he became a member of the Royal Academy, and in 1822 was appointed "His Majesty's Limner for Scotland.
Page 25 - No one has ever rivalled him in the management of light and shade ; few, in color, in character, and in the expression of homely but deep sentiment.
Page 12 - Bath, where he devoted himself chiefly to portraiture ; in 1774 he went again to London, and won such a reputation that he was considered the rival of Reynolds in portrait, and of Wilson in landscape, painting.
Page 25 - Rembrandt holds a unique place in the history of art. No one has...
Page 31 - VAN DYCK (SiR ANTHONY). Born at Antwerp, 1599 ; died in London, 1641.
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