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    Another interesting drawing excercise on this painter once particularly appreciated by British noble families of the XVIII century for official portraits.
    Unadvertently there's also a little pun concerning her identity.
    Actually this lady with her three eldest son, according to the title (there's a fourth then), is reported to be Lady Cockburn. Therefore, considering the high heirs production rate, I I was wondering if Lord Cockburn was actually the real name of her husband or just a nickname celebrating his vigour ....
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    saucie saucie Caesar but I like it

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    Talking Interesting thought

    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    Another interesting drawing excercise on this painter once particularly appreciated by British noble families of the XVIII century for official portraits.
    Unadvertently there's also a little pun concerning her identity.
    Actually this lady with her three eldest son, according to the title (there's a fourth then), is reported to be Lady Cockburn. Therefore, considering the high heirs production rate, I I was wondering if Lord Cockburn was actually the real name of her husband or just a nickname celebrating his vigour ....
    Caesar my friend,
    Freud would have a field day ;D

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    I'd bet so with me, dear S.J.! Anyway Austrian mind trying to analyze an Italian one would always be like drawing circles with a ruler; maybe possible, but long and approximate ....
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    hi one thing about Freud he might drive you crazy but he produced a fantastic artist son

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