Таддео Гадди. Введение Богоматери во храм. Фреска капеллы Барончелли
'Emigrants' (1879) by James Jacques Joseph Tissot (15 Oct. 1836–8 Aug. 1902). Tissot was born Jacques Joseph Tissot in Nantes, France. He came into contact with the Impressionists as a young man. Tissot moved to London in 1871. In 1876 Tissot met a young, attractive Irish divorcee, Kathleen Newton, who became his mistress. She became Tissot’s muse, appearing in many of his pictures. She was the love of his life but died in 1882 aged 28 of consumption. He never recovered from this tragedy.
Norman Perceval Rockwell (February 3, 1894 – November 8, 1978), ''Saying Grace,'' The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 24, 1951. ''Rockwell published 323 original covers for 'The Saturday Evening Post' over 47 years.''
Maid of honor and Mistress Formation in Empress Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace.
From the Livingstone/Stephens Farm in Muskoka... 24x36 painting, Michelle Basic Hendry