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Master Hare Etching

REF KM006494 EAN 3336727376980

 Master Hare Etching

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Master Hare Etching

This portrait of Francis George Hare is in France Reynolds' most famous painting. The two-year-old boy with long hair is depicted with his clothes as a very young child. He is dressed in a muslin suit like children of his age and background. This work quickly became famous and one of the obligatory illustrations of British art.

Joshua Reynolds, a British portrait painter, was the first president of the Royal Academy. His production was considerable; it is estimated at more than seven hundred paintings, and we know that he painted up to one hundred and fifty-six portraits in one year (1759).
Above all, Reynolds was a colorist and, as such, he established himself among the masters. His passionate search for seductive and rare effects led him to experiment with hazardous techniques: he multiplied the glazes and imagined the most diverse combinations, mineral and vegetable colours, wax colours, various varnishes, etc.

A student of Auguste Boulard, Léon Salles exhibited at the "Salon des Artistes Français" from 1893, where he was awarded several medals (1894, 1896). He became president of the engraving jury.

Delivery
from Rmn-GP Art workshop within 3 weeks
Dimensions
50 x 65 cm
Museum
Londres - Tate Gallery
Themes
Children, English painting, Portrait
Art movement
18th century
Artist
Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792)
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