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Portrait of a lady reading a book. William Oliver (1823 - 1901)

Portrait of a lady reading a book. William Oliver (1823 - 1901)

31 Books You Won't Be Able to Stop Thinking About

31 Books You Won't Be Able To Stop Thinking About

Charles Mozley, 1965

Charles Mozley, 1965

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, R.A.Portrait of Rachel Russell,1835

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, R.A.Portrait of Rachel Russell,1835

Miguel Mackinlay (1895–1958) - The young reader, 1945 - kil on canvas

Miguel Mackinlay (1895–1958) - The young reader, 1945 - kil on canvas

A Young Girl Reading by Jean-Honore Fragonard (1776, National Gallery of Art)

A Young Girl Reading by Jean-Honore Fragonard (1776, National Gallery of Art)

Reading by Ilya Savvich Galkin born 1860 in Russia died 1915 in Russia

Reading by Ilya Savvich Galkin born 1860 in Russia died 1915 in Russia

✉ Biblio Beauties ✉ paintings of women reading letters & books - Mabel May Woodward | Afternoon Respite

✉ Biblio Beauties ✉ paintings of women reading letters & books - Mabel May Woodward | Afternoon Respite

Karl von Blaas  (”my wife reading”)Karl (1815-1894), was one of the most notable portrait painters of Roman society, returned to Vienna in 1866 where he wrote his Autobiographie, (Vienna, 1876), which contains information on his sons, Eugene de Blaas and Julius von Blaas.For Andrea; xx Hermann

Karl von Blaas (”my wife reading”)Karl (1815-1894), was one of the most notable portrait painters of Roman society, returned to Vienna in 1866 where he wrote his Autobiographie, (Vienna, 1876), which contains information on his sons, Eugene de Blaas and Julius von Blaas.For Andrea; xx Hermann

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Ernst Anders - Reading

Ernst Anders - Reading

Portrait of a woman reading, by Francis John Wyburd (English, 1826-1893)

Portrait of a woman reading, by Francis John Wyburd (English, 1826-1893)

Woman reading

Woman reading

Bimbo che Legge. Antonio Mancini (Italian, 1852-1930). Oil on canvas. Mancini’s paintings, often of homeless street children like Bimbo, are wonderful and eccentric, with thin veils of paint that barely mask the canvas in one area and huge gobs of impasto, looking like they have been chunked onto the canvas with a spatula, let alone a palette knife, in others. “Painterly” is an inadequate word to describe the way paint is scooped, mounded, troweled and scraped across the canvas in places…

Bimbo che Legge. Antonio Mancini (Italian, 1852-1930). Oil on canvas. Mancini’s paintings, often of homeless street children like Bimbo, are wonderful and eccentric, with thin veils of paint that barely mask the canvas in one area and huge gobs of impasto, looking like they have been chunked onto the canvas with a spatula, let alone a palette knife, in others. “Painterly” is an inadequate word to describe the way paint is scooped, mounded, troweled and scraped across the canvas in places…

perugini | Tumblr

perugini | Tumblr

Seated Woman with Books - Jules Adolphe Goupil

Seated Woman with Books - Jules Adolphe Goupil