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Thomas Gainsborough FRSA (christened 14 May 1727 – 2 August 1788) was an English portrait and landscape painter.

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Thomas Gainsborough was British painter The Linley Sisters,1785_It is in the Dulwich picture gallery,Lond…
You guys are overdue for some Thomas Gainsborough, I vote for Mrs. Siddons
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Creating the Countryside: Thomas Gainsborough to Today - major new exhibition at Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park -.
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One of my favourite paintings: The Honourable Mrs Graham by Thomas Gainsborough.
The couple in Gainsborough's 'The Morning Walk' were due to be married in 1785:
Thomas Gainsborough was British painter Heneage Lloyd and His Sister Lucy,1750 _It is in The Fitzwill…
Detail of Thomas Gainsborough's 'The Mall in St. James's Park,' ca. 1783, oil on canvas...… ht…
Mr and Ms Andrews commissioned Thomas Gainsborough to paint their portrait when he was still unknown https:/…
Colonel John Bullock by Thomas Gainsborough who was baptised in 1727.
Born in 1727: Thomas Gainsborough, one of the masters of 18th-century art in Britain https:…
Mr and Mrs Andrews by Thomas Gainsborough ca. 1750. Oil on Canvas. (
Hand Paint Repro Oil Painting Thomas Gainsborough The portrait of a lady in blue
Giovanna Baccelli seen in 1782. Painted by Thomas Gainsborough. Seen at . Famous dancer seen mainly in
Paint Repo Oil Painting Thomas Gainsborough the duke and duchess of cumberland
📷 titam: Mary, Countess of Howe by Thomas Gainsborough, c. 1764 Born Mary Hartopp in 1732, she married...
There is a fascinating story behind a very famous Thomas Gainsborough painting that once was owned by Reverend...
📷 jeannepompadour:  Anne, Countess of Chesterfield by Thomas Gainsborough, 1777-78
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Carefully handled by this morning! Thomas Gainsborough portrait entering into our auction!
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He chose Gainsbourg as his last name, in homage to the English painter Thomas Gainsborough, whom he admired.
4) & ye enthusiast admiration of his Capers succeeds all ye folly I ever knew. . Thomas Gainsborough - Vestris 1781
Anna Wintour funded a bronze bust of the artist Thomas Gainsborough, as part of what the director Mark Bills...
📷 orangexocoatl: Mary, Countess of Howe, by Thomas Gainsborough, 1763 (detail)
Self-portrait of Thomas Gainsborough c.1758-59. Oil on Canvas. (
Portrait of Mary Gainsborough (his daughter) by Thomas Gainsborough1777. Oil on Canvas . (How beautiful.
The outlines of a cat can be seen in this unfinished painting by Thomas Gainsborough:
protagonist- Could this be William ? 1780, by Thomas Gainsborough So many seasons of Outlander to look forward to
The Artist's Daughters with a Cat by Thomas Gainsborough. 1759-61. Oil on Canvas. (
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Gainsborough to go under hammer: A Thomas Gainsborough painting, ‘The Blue Page’, is expected to sell for betw...
The Blue Page by Thomas Gainsborough to be auctioned at Sotheby’s in New York. Via
Painting by Sudbury-born Thomas Gainsborough set to fetch £2m at Sotheby’s
St Anne's, 1714 in land given by Queen Anne. G2L. Tombs of Thomas and Johann https…
This is the only known portrait in which Gainsborough included himself with his family:
Thomas Gainsborough, starting for fishing by rough windy weather
Thomas Gainsborough, River Landscape (undated) lead and blue chalk
Thomas Gainsborough, «the road coming back from the market »,
Artwork of the day: The Blue Boy an oil painting by Thomas Gainsborough. Courtesy: wikipedia.
Mark Hallett lectures on appreciating Thomas Gainsborough's landscapes ...
Getty Museum: A Lady Walking in a Garden with a Child.
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The three eldest daughters of George III: Princesses Charlotte, Augusta and Elizabeth, Gainsborough, Thomas, 1784
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Portrait of Lady Elizabeth Montagu, Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry, Gainsborough, Thomas, oil, canvas
Thomas Gainsborough, mr and mrs Andrews, Oil on Canvas.
2nd August 1100 King William II of England, son of William the Conqueror, was killed by an arrow while hunting in the New Forest after allegedly being mistaken for a deer. 1610 English explorer Henry Hudson sailed into what is now known as Hudson Bay in north eastern Canada, thinking that he had made it through the Northwest Passage and reached the Pacific Ocean. 1776 The signing of the United States Declaration of Independence took place. On 4th July earlier that year the thirteen American colonies, then at war with Great Britain, regarded themselves as independent states, and no longer a part of the British Empire. 1784 The first specially-built Royal Mail coach began its scheduled service from Bristol to London. 1788 The death of Thomas Gainsborough, English portrait and landscape painter. He preferred landscapes to portraits, but painted King George III and his Queen, although the King was obliged to give the credit to Joshua Reynolds,Gainsborough's rival, as Reynolds was the royal painter. 1865 Alice ...
Main article: Art of the United Kingdom The Battle of Trafalgar is an oil painting executed in 1822, by J. M. W. Turner (c.1775–1851). The experience of military, political and economic power from the rise of the British Empire led to a very specific drive in artistic technique, taste and sensibility in the United Kingdom.[94] A painting of a red haired woman, sitting in a boat, surrounded by trees The Lady of Shalott 1888 by John William Waterhouse in the Pre-Raphaelite style From the creation of the United Kingdom, the English school of painting is mainly notable for portraits and landscapes, and indeed portraits in landscapes. Among the artists of this period are Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723–1792), George Stubbs (1724–1806), and Thomas Gainsborough (1727–1788). William Hogarth painted far more down-to-earth portraits and satires, and was the first great English printmaker. The late 18th century and the early 19th century was perhaps the most radical period in British art, producing William Blake ( ...
Dobson's Improbable History for May 14 — The US Constitutional Convention convenes, the first smallpox vaccination is administered, the Lewis and Clark Expedition sets out, the State of Israel is declared, and Skylab is launched. It's the birthday of Thomas Gainsborough, Sidney Bechet (who also died on May 14), Bobby Darin, George Lucas, Tamara (no relation) Dobson, Cate Blanchett, Sofia Coppola, Mark Zuckerberg, and Miranda Cosgrove. August Strindberg, H. J. Heinz, H. Rider Haggard, Emma Goldman, Heinz Guderian, Billie Burke, Rita Hayworth, and Frank Sinatra died. Much more at the link. Happy Hasting Banda's Birthday, everybody!
A wonderful oil on canvas set on board portrait painting of The Honourable Mrs. Graham after Thomas Gainsborough.
Ignatius Sancho was an African composer and author who grew up as a house slave in England. We do not know how Sancho left domestic servitude but according to historians by the time he was an adult he was an emancipated employee of the Duke and Duchess of Montagu. There, working as a butler, he flourished, reading voraciously, writing prose, poetry, and music. Sancho married Anne Osborne, a West Indian woman of African descent, in 1758. They had six children. The Duke and Duchess of Montagu provided Sancho money which enabled him to leave domestic service and buy a grocery shop in Westminster in 1773. By the early 1770s Sancho had transformed himself from a house servant to a man of refinement and accomplishment, penning letters to friends and sympathizers around the country. In 1768 the British painter, Thomas Gainsborough, painted his portrait. Sancho sold sugar, tea, and tobacco among other staples from his store. Many customers came to his store for his advice and company as well. One was Charles ...
I noticed you mentioned Suffolk in your profile. I grew up near the town of Sudbury, the home of Thomas Gainsborough.
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Thomas Gainsborough's 'Mr & Mrs.Andrews' ,definitely my all time favourite that one.
Lovely reproduction of the iconic 18th century masterpiece by Thomas Gainsborough, The Boy in Blue,
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'Mr & Mrs Andrews' was painted by Thomas Gainsborough in 1750
There are fifteen miles between Thomas Gainsborough's birthplace in Sudbury & John Constable's in East Bergholt.
Walked into Bath via the towpath along the canal...a perfect day: leisurely strolling, chats with fishermen and passers by, a pub stop, a browse of Thomas Gainsborough's paintings at the Holburne just off the canal in Sydney park...& Tea With Mr Darcy at the Jane Austen Center...sun's out into the bargain...sigh...
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Today In History.! 1574 – Guru Amar Das, (Indian spiritual leader, 3rd Sikh Guru) was Passed away. 1657 – Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj, the eldest son and successor of Chhatrapati (sovereign) Shivaji Maharaj from India 1727 - Thomas Gainsborough was born. He was an English painter. 1761- Thomas Simpson, British mathematician, inventor and eponym of Simpson's rule) was Passed away. 1796 – Edward Jenner administers the first smallpox vaccination. 1811 – Paraguay: Pedro Juan Caballero, Fulgencio Yegros and José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia start actions to depose the Spanish governor 1862 - The chronograph was patented by Adolphe Nicole. 1870 – The first game of rugby in New Zealand is played in Nelson between Nelson College and the Nelson Rugby Football Club. 1878 - The name Vaseline was registered by Robert A. Chesebrough. 1879 - Thomas Edison incorporated the Edison Telephone Company of Europe. 1879 – The first group of 463 Indian indentured laborers arrives in Fiji aboard the Leonidas. 1889 ...
Thomas Gainsborough's painting Duchess of Devonshire is auctioned in London, England, nearly 100 years after it disappeared into obscurity. The portrait of Georgiana Spencer, an ancestor of Princess Diana, sold for 10,000 guineas, the highest price ever paid for a work of art up until this time. Public interest in Gainsborough's masterpiece peaked a few weeks later when it was stolen from the Thomas Agnew & Sons art gallery. Adam Worth, whom Scotland Yard later called the "Napoleon of Crime," and upon whom Sir Arthur Conan Doyle eventually based Sherlock Holmes' arch nemesis Dr. Moriarty, stole the artwork in order to come up with the bail to release his brother from jail. However, his brother was freed without his help, so Worth decided to keep the painting, even in the face of serious consequences. Adam Worth was perhaps the 19th century's most masterful criminal. Born in Germany but raised in the United States, Worth joined the Union Army in the Civil War. After erroneously being reported killed in the ...
Un Pittore al Giorno: “The Blue Boy” by Thomas Gainsborough is located at the Huntington Library, San Marino, California
Well, it's been another wondeful day with all of you. I wish you sweet slumbers and a beautiful day tomorrow! And I leave you with this quote, and a chuckle. I can relate to this sometimes. Can you? : ) "Maintain all your light, but spare the poor abused colours, till the eye rests and recovers.” Thomas Gainsborough in a letter to David Garrick in 1772
Good Sunday Morning! For those that didnt guess, our featutured artist is Thomas Gainsborough. Thomas Gainsborough FRSA (christened 14 May 1727 – 2 August 1788) was an English portrait and landscape painter. He was the youngest son of John Gainsborough, a weaver in Suffolk, and, in 1740, left home to study art in London with Hubert Gravelot, Francis Hayman, and William Hogarth. In 1746, he married Margaret Burr, and they became parents of two daughters. He moved to Bath in 1759 where fashionable society patronized him, and he began exhibiting in London. In 1769, he became a founding member of the Royal Academy, but his relationship with the organization was thorny and he sometimes withdrew his work from exhibition. Gainsborough moved to London in 1774, and painted portraits of the king and queen, but the king was obliged to name as royal painter Gainsborough's rival Joshua Reynolds. In his last years, Gainsborough painted relatively simple landscapes and is credited (with Richard Wilson) as the origina ...
Does anyone fancy this ride in September - If we get enough riders wanting to go we will book accommodation & arrange transport . Two Counties Charity Cycle 2013 Saturday 21st September 2012, starting at 10:45am (probably all finishing by 17:00) Where : Starting and finishing in Colchester (CO3 4DJ for SatNav enthusiasts) and snaking between Essex and Suffolk. The route is still in development, but will take in some of the most attractive parts of the area and a lot of history –this is afterall the stamping ground of artists John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough, the site of the first Roman Capital of Britain, and much much more; you’ll be literally poking history out of your spokes all day. How Far : Aiming at a route of 60 miles, the terrain is undulating and cross grains a number of big valleys; but it’s neither the Pyrennees nor is it High Street flat. Remember, THIS IS NOT A RACE – we’ll be cycling at a pace suitable for all, enjoying the company and the scenery. No-one will be left alone ...
Had a great day at thr Frick Museum in the city, had to go check out rear original drawings by past renaissance masters. Their artworks works contributed in bring Europe of of their dark ages and propelled them into the age of the renaissance then the age of enlightenment and the industrial revolutions. Others contributed to expressionism abstract and modern Art. The exhibition included works by artist such as Leonardo da Vinci, Albrecht Dürer, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Peter Paul Rubens, Jusepe de Ribera, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Jean-Antoine Watteau, Charles-Joseph Natoire, Thomas Gainsborough, Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Théodore Géricault, Edgar Degas, Paul Cézanne, Vincent Van Gogh, Georges Seurat, Henri Matisse, and Pablo Picasso. Also picked up a print from the gift shop by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. Great Show
An Economy of Grace at Sean Kelly Sean Kelly announces An Economy of Grace, Kehinde Wiley’s debut exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition represents a significant departure from Wiley’s previous subject matter by depicting African-American women, his first-ever series dedicated to female subjects. The models for the paintings were cast on the streets of New York City. Their poses are based on historical portraits of society women by Jacques-Louis David, Thomas Gainsborough and John Singer Sargent, among others. Instead of representing the models in their own clothes, as is the case with his portraits of men, Wiley has collaborated with Riccardo Tisci, Creative Director of the famed French couture house Givenchy, to design long dresses for the women. As creative collaborators, Wiley and Tisci spent numerous hours together walking through the galleries of the Louvre and discussing both the aesthetic and conceptual context for the project, specifically society’s ideals of feminine beauty and the freq ...
Ipswich is one of England's oldest towns,[6][7] and took shape in Anglo-Saxon times (in the 7th–8th centuries) around Ipswich dock. As the coastal states of north-western Europe emerged from the collapse of the Roman Empire.The 7th century town, called 'Gippeswick' was centred near the quay. Towards 700 AD, Frisian potters from the Netherlands area settled in Ipswich and set up the first large-scale potteries in England since Roman times.,,,Parts of the ancient road plan still survive in its modern streets. After the invasion of 869 Ipswich fell under Viking rule. The earth ramparts circling the town centre were probably raised by Vikings in Ipswich around 900 to prevent its recapture by the English...In the time of Queen Mary the Ipswich Martyrs were burnt at the stake on the Cornhill for their Protestant beliefs. A monument commemorating this event now stands in Christchurch Park. .The painter Thomas Gainsborough lived and worked in Ipswich. In 1835, Charles Dickens stayed in Ipswich and used it as a ...
Thomas Gainsborough's "Mary, Countess Howe" is a lovely portrait of contradictions, concealment and revelations. Her form is largely obscured by ample mounds of pink silk, though we are treated to her perfectly pointed foot and a bit of ankle. Like a drawn-back curtain, she sweeps her lace...
A comparison between two portraits-Sarah Siddons,by Thomas Gainsborough,and Mme Moitessier,by Ingres In order to effect a comparison between these two images,we can,firstly,look at similarities between the two portraits,and then examine the differences in approach that characterise these paintings. In terms of similarity-both portraits are half length images,both pictures represent a woman as the subject,and both paintings are of similar size and proportion,and these pictures were painted within a fifty year period of each other.Sarah Siddons was painted in a conservative england in the 1770s/1780's,in the period just before /during the French revolution,and the portrait by Ingres was painted after the end of the Napoleonic era/wars in Europe,during the second restoration in France-a conservative social atmosphere which would have suited Ingres. Both pictures were painted on linen canvas-prepared for oil painting with gesso and rabbit size. In terms of colour range- ,both paintings were done ,utilising , ...
The great 18thC artists Thomas Gainsborough died on this day in 1788. only known self portrait at the National Gallery.
Thomas Gainsborough, born today in 1727 -- "Mr and Mrs Andrews," National Gallery
English painter Thomas Gainsborough was born today 285 years ago. "Mr. and Mrs. Andrews" is his most famous painting:
It's peculiar and unnerving in a way to see so many young people walking around with so wrapped up in media. It robs them of their self-identity. Bob Dylan, 2009 May 14 Birthdays 1993 - Miranda Cosgrove 1984 - Mark Zuckerberg 1979 - Dan Auerbach 1976 - Martine McCutcheon 1969 - Cate Blanchett 1969 - Danny Wood 1965 - Jose Da Silveira 1961 - Tim Roth 1952 - David Byrne 1951 - Robert Zemeckis 1944 - George Lucas 1943 - Jack Bruce 1936 - Bobby Darin 1933 - Laszlo Kovacs 1885 - Otto Klemperer 1727 - Thomas Gainsborough May 14 In History 1973 - Skylab, the American space station and laboratory, is first launched into space. 1904 - The first Olympics in the US are held in St. Louis. 1796 - The first smallpox inoculation was administered by Edward Jenner. 1787 - Delegates convene for a Constitutional Convention, to write a new Constitution of the United States. 1643 - Louis XIV, at four years old, ascends to throne as King of France after death of his father. This Day in Business 1913 - The governor of New York ...
Excellent Economist front cover, inspired by Thomas Gainsborough's masterful "Mr. and Mrs. Andrews".
this painting by Thomas Gainsborough shows the Suffolk farm where I grew up
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