LÁMINAS VINTAGE,ANTIGUAS,RETRO Y POR EL ESTILO....
Allegory of Music (circa 1890) by Carl Zewy (Austrian, 1855-1929) ~ While this work is allegorical, Zewy became known for his romantic depiction of traditional Jewish life and the numerous portraits he executed for the aristocracy and rising middle class.
Emilie De Coutances, la marquise de Bec de Lièvre by Alexander Roslin, circa 1780. This portrait displays the opulence in dress of 18th century noblewomen. Notice the Marquise's elaborate chapeau, with flowers, feathers and bows. Her grizzled hair has been arranged and powdered to a massive pouf. Her silk gown has a a lovely bodice with ribbons and tiny bows.
Francois Boucher (1703-70) Portrait of the Marquise de Pompadour: A protege of Madame de Pompadour, the French Rococo artist Francois Boucher was the leading, French painter of the early to mid 18th century.