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Francis Hayman Reigen der Milchmadchen oder das Manifest oil painting reproduction


Reigen der Milchmadchen oder das Manifest
c. 1735 137 ?? 234 cm
new23/Francis Hayman-638359.jpgPainting ID::  68417
 

 

 
   
      

All Francis Hayman Oil Paintings


 
 
Francis Hayman Reigen der Milchmadchen oder das Manifest oil painting reproduction


Reigen der Milchmadchen oder das Manifest
c. 1735 Medium oil on canvas Dimensions Deutsch: 137 x 234 cm cjr
new26/Francis Hayman-586787.jpgPainting ID::  94408
 

 

 
   
      

Francis Hayman
  
English Painter, 1708-1776,English painter and illustrator. He was in London at the age of 10, and from 1718 until c. 1725 he was apprenticed to Robert Brown (d 1753), a decorative painter. From 1732 Hayman was employed as a scene painter at Goodman's Fields Theatre, where he painted allegorical works such as The King Attended by Peace, with Liberty and Justice Trampling on Tyranny and Oppression on the pit ceiling (destr.). He moved to Drury Lane Theatre in 1736, shortly before the Licensing Act closed Goodman's Fields. At Drury Lane he painted scenery for Thomas Arne's masque The Fall of Phaeton (1736) and was praised for his naturalistic landscapes. From the late 1730s he began accepting commissions for portraits and conversation pieces. His success in the field of portraiture rested on the dearth of good portrait painters in England at the time and his exploitation of a growing middle-class clientele. Hayman painted portraits of doctors, literary men and actors.
Reigen der Milchmadchen oder das Manifest
c. 1735 Medium oil on canvas Dimensions Deutsch: 137 x 234 cm cjr

Related Paintings to Francis Hayman :.
| The Trial of Queen Caroline 1820 by Sir George Hayter | Alfred Sisley035 | Alexandre Denis Abel de Pujol -- Egypt Is Saved by Joseph (L Egypte sauvee par Joseph) | Peter Paul Rubens - A Lion Hunt | Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, French, 1796-1875 -- View in Holland | | Portrait of Octavius Wigram | Who Can Think of It | i am Half-Sick of Shadows said the Lady of Shalott | Madame Crozat | The Soap Bubbles |


        

 

 

 

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