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    Renaissance

    Searched for the artist but could not find, so I am sure that DAkey or Caesar can tell me, seen on the internet, done in oil
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    WOW wonderfull painting fantastic pat1940
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  3. It looks like a traditional work. Very nice.

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    I did a search and there is a whole group of famous paintings done with a modern celebrity inserted as the subject. Some of them are so well done! This one looks to be with Angelina Jolie.

    The original is 'Portrait of a Young Woman' by Louise Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun. See: http://www.royal-painting.com/htmlla...rge-29190.html

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    Thank you Sabena, really appreciate your comments
    DSS thanks for taking a peek, so glad you like it
    Robyn, thanks for taking the time to find it for me, I painted her on traditional canvas many years ago and forgot who the artist was

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    Hello Pat,
    I really like this....
    You have quite of an impressive collection in your gallery, I've enjoyed viewing
    your work. Wonderful work it is Pat! The diversity is amazing , something I must
    learn....looking at your paintings will hopefully get me started.
    Nicely done,
    Steve

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    Yeah, Copespeak beat us to it. Good search skills.

    Again, this looks rather like a tapestry. Love the warm colors. She does look pretty sultry as well. You create some lovely tones in your paintings both from the colors and the subjects. Well done, Pat! I find the difference in hair quality between the top part of the head and the trailing part as being very intriguing.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    A really nice painting Pat, very good choice of background colours.
    Geoff

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    A delightful lady portrait!
    It looks more than a couple of centuries later than Renaissance (in Italy at least), dear Pat. Looking at the attire, it's likely dated at Napoleon time or so (some decades across XVIII and XIX centuries) and it's possibly an English painting. I'll try to find it if I can.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun


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