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Carl von Blaas (Nauders, 1815 - Vienna, 1894) Portrait of a Man (1846)

From Dorotheum via Wikimedia Commons

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (Montauban, 1780 - Paris, 1867) Portrait of Count Nikolay Guryev (1821)

San Petersburgo (Hermitage Museum)

Vitoria-Gasteiz (Museo de Bellas Artes de Álava)

Pedro Sáenz y Sáenz (Malaga, 1863-1927) Portrait of Trinidad Sáenz Martos, Painter's Daughter (c. 1910-1927)

Málaga (Museo de Arte y Arqueología)

John William Godward (London, 1861-1922) Contemplation (1903)

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Francesco Hayez (Venice, 1791 - Milan, 1882) Meditation (1851)

Verona (Galleria d'Arte Moderna Achille Forti)

Pedro Sáenz y Sáenz (Malaga, 1863-1927) The Poet's Tomb (c. 1901)

Málaga (Museo de Arte y Arqueología)

Joaquín Sorolla (Valencia, 1863 - Cercedilla, 1923) After the Bath (1892)

Madrid (Museo Sorolla)

Francesco Hayez (Venice, 1791 - Milan, 1882) Secret Indictment (c. 1847-1848)

Pavía/Pavia (Musei Civici)

Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres (Montauban, 1780 - París, 1867) Portrait of Princesse de Broglie (1851-1853)

MET (Nueva York)

Hiram Powers (Woodstock, Vermont 1805 - Florence, Italy 1873) Diana (1853)

Washington D. C. (Smithsonian American Art Museum)

Fernando Labrada Martín (Periana, Málaga, 1888 - Madrid, 1977) Head Study/Antonia Chércoles Atance, the Painter's Wife (1922)

 

Málaga (Museo de Arte y Arqueología)

 

A Málaga native and favourite student of Muñoz Degrain, Labrada was one of de most respected Spanish painters of his day as well as noted teacher and printmaker. He surprised the public with this small-format work at the 1922 National Exhibition, where it won a first-class medal. In ussing Renaissance formats and techniques to create this miniature portrait of his wife, Labrada applied the fine brushwork of the old master to contemporary female subjetcs

Theude Grønland (Altona, 1817 - Berlin, 1876) Still Life with Flowers and Antique Vase (1845)

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Anselm Feuerbach (Spira, 1829 - Venice, 1880) Portrait of a venetian woman (c. 1855-1856)

From Düsseldorfer Auktionshaus via Wikimedia Commons