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“Do not worry if you have built your castles in the air. They are where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” Henry David Thoreau

Portrait of Hannah Loring - : Canvas Art, Oil Painting Reproduction, Art Commission, Pop Art, Canvas Painting John Hancock, L'art Du Portrait, Portrait Paintings, Grand Tour, Rococo Fashion, Women's Fashion, 18th Century Fashion, 17th Century, Free Art Prints

Free art print of Portrait of Hannah Loring by John Singleton Copley

Free poster or art print of 1763. oil on canvas. 126. 4 x 99. 7 cm. the detroit institute of arts, detroit, michigan, usa.. Free printables you don't have to print yourself from FreeArt.com

Minneapolis Institute of Arts - Portrait of Sarah Allen, née Sargent Totally looks like a man. I think this looks like Al Gore in drag. L'art Du Portrait, Female Portrait, Portraits, John Hancock, Grand Tour, Minneapolis, William Hogarth, 18th Century Fashion, Social Art

Free art print of Mrs. Nathaniel Allen (Sarah Sargent) by John Singleton Copley

Free poster or art print of 1763. oil on canvas, the minneapolis institute of arts, minneapolis, mn, usa.. Free printables you don't have to print yourself from FreeArt.com

Detail ,''A Boy with a Flying Squirrel '' (Henry Pelham) , 1765 ,oil on canvas mm X mm by John Singleton Copley .Location : Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Close Up Art, Flying Squirrel, Renaissance Paintings, First Art, Oui Oui, Gay Art, Museum Of Fine Arts, Interesting Faces, American Women

A Boy with a Flying Squirrel (Henry Pelham)

John Singleton Copley grew up in Boston before formal artistic training was available anywhere in this country. Largely self-taught, by the mid-1760s he was the most sought-after portraitist in New England. He aspired, however, to more than provincial success and wanted to know how his work would be gauged by sophisticated English standards. To find out, in 1765 he painted a portrait of his stepbrother, Henry Pelham, not as a commission but rather for exhibition in London.

 George Turner by John Singleton Copley on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by John Singleton Copley. American Women, American Artists, Picture Show, Vintage Posters, Vintage Art, Les Oeuvres, 18th Century, Making Ideas, Female Clothing

Portrait of Mrs. George Turner, c.1767 - John Singleton Copley - WikiArt.org

‘Portrait of Mrs. George Turner’ was created in c.1767 by John Singleton Copley in Neoclassicism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Martha Dandridge Custis Washington was the wife of George Washington, the first president of the United States. Although the title was not coined until after her death, Martha Washington is considered to be the first First Lady of the United States. American First Ladies, American Women, American History, Early American, First Lady Of America, Us First Lady, Presidents Wives, American Presidents, American Independence

18C American Women

Generally, this blog focuses on the lives of women living along the Atlantic coast of North America in the 18C British American colonies & on those living in what became the new nation of The United States of America in the last quarter of the 18C.

 John Winthrop John Singleton Copley (American, Boston, Massachusetts London) Date: 1773 Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 18th Century Clothing, Portrait Art, American Artists, Metropolitan Museum, Les Oeuvres, Art History, Vogue, Boston Massachusetts, Women's Clothing

John Singleton Copley | Mrs. John Winthrop | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hannah Fayerweather (1727–1790) was the daughter of Thomas and Hannah Waldo Fayerweather. She was baptized at the First Church in Boston in February 12, 1727. She was married twice, in 1745 to Parr Tolman and in 1756 to John Winthrop, a professor of mathematics and natural history at Harvard University and a noted astronomer

"Portrait A.Mordvinova" 1771 * Carl-Ludwig Johann Christineck *Oil on canvas *The State Russian Museum 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Rococo Fashion, Woman Painting, Female Portrait, Fashion History, Portraits

Artworks by style: Rococo - WikiArt.org

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John Singleton Copley Portrait of Mrs Gill Date: Oil paint on canvas Dimensions: 1280 x 1022 mm frame: 1595 x 1290 x 120 mm Collection:Tate British American, Early American, American Women, Scientific American Magazine, Tate Britain, Comic, Woman Reading, Art Uk, American Revolution

"1770 John Singleton Copley (American colonial era artist, 1738-1815) Relief Dowse (Mrs Michael Gill)"

 John Watson by Ralph Earl - Hand Painted Oil Painting Early American, American Women, American History, Paris In October, Books To Read For Women, Old Portraits, Woman Reading, Oil Painting Reproductions, John Watson

18C Colonial & Early American Women

Generally, this blog focuses on the lives of women living along the Atlantic coast of North America in the 18C British American colonies & on those living in what became the new nation of The United States of America in the last quarter of the 18C.