Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Dance Lesson


Dorothea and Francesca, 1898 by Cecelia Beaux, The Art Institute of Chicago.

From Philadelphia, Beaux was a society painter in there and in New York. Her style was similar to the work of the most famous of the portraitists of the era, John Singer Sargent.

1 comment:

Speechless said...

Interesting she's from Philadelphia originally, not a name I recognize as a Philadelphian.

The dress, the warmth of regard for the subject is so apparent. I'll look for more of her work.

Thanks for this.

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