Starting where I left off yesterday, the French artist Elizabeth Vigee Le Brun painted Countess Anna Ivanova Tolstoya in 1796 during her exile following the French Revolution.
The Tomb Of General Brock, Near Queenston, Lake Ontario, Upper Canada is the title of this painting by Thomas Cole, depicting the memorial of the War of 1812 hero who fell at the Battle of Queenston Heights facing an American invasion. It dates to 1830.
Here we have a couple of views up and down a side gallery.
In here was this rather morbid work. Salome And The Head Of John The Baptist depicts the New Testament wife of King Herod seeming amused by the severed head. It was done between 1895-98.
Here we have a couple of different works from the same artist, Gustave Dore. Souvenir Of Loch Lomond was painted in 1875.
This bronze sculpture is titled Fate And Love. Dating to 1877, it depicts two immortals of Greek mythology, Atropos of the three Fates and Eros, the god of love.
For today I finish with another view of Canova's Dancer.
I would love to go to that gallery.ReplyDelete
Lovely framing in that last shot.ReplyDelete
The bronze sculpture is al so very nice ...ReplyDelete
Estou a gostar desta visita e aproveito para desejar um bom fim-de-semana.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
I wonder if wealthy people still have their portraits painted?ReplyDelete
An interesting selection of artworks. The skies over Loch Lomond don't seem to have changed much since 1875!ReplyDelete
...I really enjoy the last photo!ReplyDelete
That first portrait is so beautiful painted!ReplyDelete
Interesting to see work of a female artist of that time.ReplyDelete
Love the view down the side gallery to the Dancer ✨ReplyDelete
Thanks for another tour of these works of art. I would have skipped looking at the painting of the severed head. :-)ReplyDelete
@Catarina: I enjoy it each time I visit.ReplyDelete
@Lady Fi: thank you!
@Ella: I think so too.
@David: some do.
@John: perhaps not!
@Tom: I did too.
@Marianne: I agree.
@Marie: that it is.
@Grace: so do I.
@DJan: you're welcome!
A beautiful collection of art.ReplyDelete
The museum has a wonderful collection! I do like the space itself a lot.ReplyDelete
The landscape paintings are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Oh my, I forgot that our countries had fought each other in 1812. Thanks for the reminder with the painting of the tomb. Glad we're kind of friendly these days.ReplyDelete
I love seeing the rooms in this museum. They are very impressive.ReplyDelete
Gustave Dore's painting 'Souvenir Of Loch Lomond' is my favorite today.ReplyDelete
The paintings are beautiful. My favorite is the Souvenir of Loch Lomond.ReplyDelete
Great exhibition. I like the atmosphere in the side gallery.ReplyDelete
What is it with artists and Salome and the head? I don't get it -- seems like most classical artists of that period took it on and they're always grim!ReplyDelete
I love the beautiful floors and arched ceilings of that museum. And the artwork, of course.ReplyDelete
Love the Gustave Dore painting!ReplyDelete
Nice art. Thanks for sharing all these imposant paintings.ReplyDelete
Classic times, WilliamReplyDelete
The Countess... I wonder what her real life was like.ReplyDelete
@Alexandria: very much so.ReplyDelete
@RedPat: I do as well.
@Marleen: that they are.
@Sharon: that they are.
@Jan: thank you.
@Bill: it's a good one.
@Tamago: so do I.
@Jeanie: it's a trend.
@Catalyst: so do I.
@Italiafinlandia: me too.
@Aritha: you're welcome.
@Cloudia: thank you.
@Sandi: you wonder.
Lovely artwork and photography it ~ ^_^ReplyDelete
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A great diversity of work. This is a lovely museum.ReplyDelete
My favorite painting at the Kimbell in Ft worth is the beautiful self portrait of Elizabeth Le Brun.ReplyDelete
Love the portrait by Mme Vigee Le Brun, I like her paintings:)ReplyDelete
the weekend is here!! let's enjoy it! ( ;ReplyDelete
The paintings are beautiful.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
@Carol: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Kay: it certainly is.
@Janey: I think it might have been here as part of a special exhibit on her.
@Rosie: she was quite an artist.
@Beth: thank you.
@Jan: they are.