Portrait 2

Author: Vanessa Renwick
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Portrait 2 from the Author: Vanessa Renwick.

The Indian Portrait 2

Author: Anil Relia
Publisher: Archer Art Gallery
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The Indian Portrait 2 from the Author: Anil Relia. This catalogue focuses on the illustrious Tilkayat Govardhanlalji who is considered the most important in Nathdwara’s history. Containing 55 paintings arranged chronologically. The paintings are done by various artists in different media and subject, the common element being Tilkayat Govardhanlalji. They were exhibited in December 2013.

Vincent Van Gogh Self Portrait 2 1887

Author: Unique Journal
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781544092584
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Vincent Van Gogh Self Portrait 2 1887 from the Author: Unique Journal. Blank 150 page lined journal for your thoughts, ideas, and inspiration.

A Catalogue Of British History And Topography Early English And Scottish Poetry Romances Reprints Glossaries Dialects C Including Many Valuable Architectural And Illustrated Works Books On Coins And Heraldry A Collection Of Lives Lee Priory Private Press Books Roxburghe Club Books And Other Privately Printed Works On Sale At The Very Low Prices Affixed

Author: William Strong
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A Catalogue Of British History And Topography Early English And Scottish Poetry Romances Reprints Glossaries Dialects C Including Many Valuable Architectural And Illustrated Works Books On Coins And Heraldry A Collection Of Lives Lee Priory Private Press Books Roxburghe Club Books And Other Privately Printed Works On Sale At The Very Low Prices Affixed from the Author: William Strong.

The Portrait In Fiction Of The Romantic Period

Author: Joe Bray
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317019776
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The Portrait In Fiction Of The Romantic Period from the Author: Joe Bray. Beginning with the premise that the portrait was undergoing a shift in both form and function during the Romantic age, Joe Bray examines how these changes are reflected in the fiction of writers such as Maria Edgeworth, Jane Austen, Sir Walter Scott, Elizabeth Hamilton and Amelia Opie. Bray considers portraiture in a broad sense as encompassing caricature and the miniature, as well as the classic portraits of Sir Joshua Reynolds and others. He argues that the portrait in fiction often functions not as a transparent index to character or as a means of producing a straightforward likeness, but rather as a cue for misreading and a sign of the slipperiness and subjectivity of interpretation. The book is concerned with more than simply the appearance of portraits in Romantic fiction, however. More broadly, The Portrait in Fiction of the Romantic Period investigates how the language of portraiture pervades the novel in this period and how the two art forms exert mutual stylistic influence on each other.