Last Thursday, June 14th, the Museo del Prado confirmed through social networks (a live story on Instagram) that in the next few days will change the artwork label of the Elisabeth of Valois holding a portrait of Philip II to erase the attributed to that precedes the name of its author Sofonisba Anguissola. "There is… Continue reading ArtNews: Recognition of a new Anguissola
Elin Danielson-Gambogi was a Finnish painter best known for realist paintings. Although some of her works are impressionists, she painted in both styles indiscriminately throughout her artistic life. She was part of the “painters sisters’ generation”, which was the first generation of Finnish women artists who received professional art education. In 1883 she went to… Continue reading To bed by Elin Danielson-Gambogi
The Proposition or Man Offering Money to a Young Woman is a genre painting by Dutch artist Judith Leyster. This painting is in the Mauritshuis in The Hague. It is an early work of the artists, she was only 22 years old when painted it. It depicts a young woman sewing work by candlelight and a… Continue reading The Proposition by Judith Leyster
Louise-Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun was a French portraitist of 18th century born in Paris. She is famous for being the portraitist of Marie Antoinette, the last Queen of France. Her personal style is considered as a mix, because her subject and colour palette can be considered similar to late Rococo while other elements are aligned… Continue reading Who was Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun?
Mary Moser was an English painter of the eighteenth century. She is famous for being one of the two female founding members of the Royal Academy in 1768. And she was a very celebrated artist of her time in Britain. Moser was best known by her still life paintings, but she was also a portraitist.… Continue reading On this day… died Mary Moser