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Submit   Cabinet: A private room for a man serving as a retreat, furnished with books and works of art, adjacent to his bedchamber.

"Peter Darnell Muilman, Charles Crokatt and William Keable in a Landscape" Date c.1750 by Thomas Gainsborough (1727‑1788)

"Peter Darnell Muilman, Charles Crokatt and William Keable in a Landscape" Date c.1750 by Thomas Gainsborough (1727‑1788)

— hace 8 meses con 25 notas
#thomas gainsborough  #18th Century  #portrait  #portraits  #rococo 
Ludovick Stuart, second Duke of Lennox and Duke of Richmond (1574-1624)
Creator: Studio of Daniel Mytens (c. 1590-1647)
Creation Date: 1625

Ludovick Stuart, second Duke of Lennox and Duke of Richmond (1574-1624)

Creator: Studio of Daniel Mytens (c. 1590-1647)

Creation Date: 1625

— hace 8 meses con 39 notas
#daniel mytens  #portrait  #portraits  #Baroque Era 
Thomas Killigrew and ? William, Lord Crofts. 1638
Sir Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641)
Van Dyck’s double portraits usually explore such themes as kinship or friendship, but the present painting depicts two figures united by grief. The circumstances in which the painting was undertaken and the elegiac mood created by the subtle monochromatic tones make this one of the most moving double portraits painted by Van Dyck.

Thomas Killigrew and ? William, Lord Crofts. 1638

Sir Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641)

Van Dyck’s double portraits usually explore such themes as kinship or friendship, but the present painting depicts two figures united by grief. The circumstances in which the painting was undertaken and the elegiac mood created by the subtle monochromatic tones make this one of the most moving double portraits painted by Van Dyck.

— hace 8 meses con 9 notas
#Anthony Van Dyck  #Baroque Era  #17th century  #Flemish  #portrait  #portraits 
'Keats listening to a nightingale on Hampstead Heath' (1845), Joseph Severn

'Keats listening to a nightingale on Hampstead Heath' (1845), Joseph Severn

— hace 9 meses con 104 notas
#john keats  #joseph severn  #portrait  #portraits 
John Lavery (1856-1941), The Artist’s Studio: Lady Hazel Lavery with her Daughter Alice and Stepdaughter Eileen, 1909-13. Image © National Gallery of Ireland

John Lavery (1856-1941), The Artist’s Studio: Lady Hazel Lavery with her Daughter Alice and Stepdaughter Eileen, 1909-13. Image © National Gallery of Ireland

— hace 9 meses con 82 notas
#19th Century  #20th Century  #portrait  #portraits  #John Lavery 
Hugh Brodie, 23rd Laird by John MacLaren Barclay Collection: The National Trust for Scotlan

Hugh Brodie, 23rd Laird by John MacLaren Barclay Collection: The National Trust for Scotlan

— hace 9 meses con 27 notas
#John MacLaren Barclay  #19th Century  #portrait  #portraits 
Hugh Douglas Hamilton, R.H.A. (Dublin 1740-1808) Portrait of Arthur Hill, 2nd Marquess of Downshire (1753-1801), small full-length, in a yellow frock coat and breeches, his left arm resting on a cane, with a coach and four beyond, in a landscapepastel, on paper

Hugh Douglas Hamilton, R.H.A. (Dublin 1740-1808)
Portrait of Arthur Hill, 2nd Marquess of Downshire (1753-1801), small full-length, in a yellow frock coat and breeches, his left arm resting on a cane, with a coach and four beyond, in a landscape
pastel, on paper

— hace 9 meses con 3 notas
#Hugh Douglas Hamilton  #18th Century  #portrait  #portraits 

chagalov:

The sculptor Joseph Erhardy in his atelier, rue du Commerce, Paris, in 1980 (left) and in 1989 after the fire (right) -by Henri Cartier-Bresson

Joseph Erhardy - Official Website

photos from : Fondation Pierre Gianadda, ‘Henri Cartier-Bresson - Collection Sam, Lilette et Sébastien Szafran’ (exposition 18 nov. 2005 - 19 fév. 2006), Éd. Generali

(vía a4rizm)

— hace 9 meses con 46 notas
#photography  #portrait  #portraits  #Henri Cartier-Bresson  #Joseph Erhardy 
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”
—  Nelson Mandela
No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.

—  Nelson Mandela

(Fuente: bless100)

— hace 9 meses con 28 notas
#portraits  #portrait  #nelson mandela  #photography 
monsieurlabette:

Portrait of a Frenchman by Frans Pourbus the Younger
Date: 1610-1612

monsieurlabette:

Portrait of a Frenchman by Frans Pourbus the Younger

Date: 1610-1612

(Fuente: baroqueart)

— hace 9 meses con 210 notas
#Baroque Era  #17th century  #Frans Pourbus the Younger  #portrait  #portraits