Portrait of Anne was painted by George Wesley Bellows in 1915. This painting can be reproduced on canvas by DayDayPaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 122.2 cm, Width: 92.1 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, if you are interested, please contact us at email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Portrait Painting Ann Constable was painted by John Constable. Constable’s mother, Ann Watts, was the daughter of a prosperous London cooper. She probably met her husband, Golding, on one of his visits to London to attend the corn market. Famous portrait paintings
She encouraged her son’s artistic career, especially during his early years in London, and wrote to him regularly from Suffolk. This portrait probably dates from about 1800–5 when she was in her fifties. It is traditionally thought to have been painted by Constable himself. However, recent research suggests the artist may have been RR Reinagle. paintings from photos
New born baby — in Art!
Commemorate the joy of this great event in life with a hand drawn pencil sketch. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, or godparent a photo transformation is the perfect way to celebrate the new arrival! Each photo to painting or sketch is unique just like the new baby it captures.
Clone Your Pets on the wall
Pets: the other key member of your family. Let our artists capture the unique personality and lovability of your pet. Whether your favorite photo to painting is of your puppy at play or your cat sleeping our artists can turn it into a personal work of art that you will have forever.
Friends who have never taken photos together
Friends are one of the one most important things in the world. Yet so many friends have never been photographed together. Let our artists change this: we can take people from different photographs and combine in sketches. Celebrate your friendships in a unique way with a personal work of art.
Off to College
As your kids, grandchildren or godchildren leave for college for the first time it is a big change for all concerned. Now is the time to have your favorite photo of the new students with you or on their own turned into a hand drawn sketch. It’s perfect for display and lasts forever.
Remember the perfect Wedding with a personal work of art. Everyone has multiple photographs of their wedding so why not use art to capture that unique day with a pencil sketch based on a much-loved photo. The sketch is distinctive and completely personalized just like a wedding!
A new home
Give a truly personalized house-warming gift: a hand drawn sketch of the new house. Help the new owners celebrate their new home with a personal work of art. Photo to painting is a truly distinctive gift that can be displayed in the home or at the office.
A special scene
Everyone has a memory captured in a photograph, something very personal. Transform this memory into something remarkable: a one of a kind hand drawn sketch. This unique artistic process depicts the scene in a truly special way, and it lasts forever.
Forget about flowers give your mom the perfect gift. Imagine a sketch of you, her, your children, or the family – a unique gift that is completely personalized and lasts forever. All you need is your favorite photograph; our artists will do the rest. You will love photo to painting art!
Give you Dad something other than socks! How about a hand drawn sketch based on a favorite photograph. It could be of him, you, the family, a special family event, anything that will be special to him. A personal work of art is the perfect gift and lasts forever.
Surprise your significant other with the gift of a personal work of art. Take a favorite photo of you, them or as a couple and have a special moment captured by an artist! A sketch is not only a remarkable gift it is a completely personalized one.
It only comes once a year so remember it forever by turning your favorite photo of you, your spouse, a family member, a friend, etc. into a pencil sketch. It’s a special birthday gift that can be displayed at home or the office so the recipient will always be reminded of your generosity!
Commemorate this key event in someone’s life through art. While everyone else has photographs of that proud graduate why not turn the moment into a personal work of art. A hand drawn sketch is a unique gift just like the event and person it celebrates!
Give a unique Anniversary Gift by turning memories into masterpieces. Have a photo of a much-loved moment with your partner turned into a personal work of art. Say Happy Anniversary with a hand drawn pencil sketch, a truly remarkable and personalized gift.
Everyone takes so many photos during vacation but there are always a few that stand out. Our artist can take this personal memory and turn it into a work of art so you can always recall that favorite vacation moment.
Everyone loves stuff, so what is your favorite possession? A car, a boat, a plane, a motorbike, the possibilities are endless as they are so personalized. So why not commemorate your most prized possession with a personal work of art? Express yourself.
Families are so important and our lives are so busy that we really value the times we manage to spend together, especially those events where the different generations and sides of families come together. With a personal work of art you can capture some of those precious times forever: family reunions, when grandparents meet their new grandchild, a family vacation, etc.
Special moment in your kids’ lives.
Turn photos of your children into works of art! There are so many special moments in your children’s lives and you have photographs of many them. Turn these moments into a unique memento with a phot to painting or hand drawn pencil sketch
Who doesn’t have a photo of their kids’ little league? A photo of their kids’ middle and high school sports teams? These precious moments can be captured forever in a personal work of art.
“The Queen at Breakfast” shows the UK Queen Elizabeth is sitting at a beautifully-laid table, reading a paper, with a fresh loaf of bread and a pot of marmalade in front of her – she indulges in a leisurely breakfast.
Who, you might wonder, had such intimate access to the monarch at her breakfast table? Well her husband of course.
The Duke of Edinburgh is known for his appreciation of fine art, but less well known is his own talent for applying oils to canvas.
He painted this image – entitled The Queen at Breakfast, Windsor Castle – back in 1965 – and it has been part of his private collection ever since.
Now it features as one of the most surprising images in a new book, The Royal Portrait Image and Impact, to be published by the Royal Collections on Monday. Famous paintings reproductions Online
The painting offers an initimate glimpse of the Queen off duty, a second place setting at her side presumably the artist’s.
The table is covered with a crisp white tablecloth, the plates, cups and saucers are white china, and there is a whole loaf of fresh bread with a jar of what appears to be marmalade, the spoon standing poised for use inside.
At the edge of the table is what appears to be a wireless radio, and the Queen is perusing the pages of a newspaper
The grandeur of the Windsor Castle dining room is the setting, and on the walls are two paintings by a considerably better known artist – George Stubbs.
Absent from the scene is any sign of a Tupperware container, an item which has more recently appeared on the breakfast table at Buckingham Palace.
In 2003, after an undercover reporter had spent two months as a royal footman, it was revealed that in the first-floor dining room at breakfast time, the Queen loses herself in the Racing Post while Philip listens to a small and ageing transistor radio. Handmade Paintings Online Gallery
Prince Philip himself agreed to allow the Royal Collection to use the impressionistic study in the new book.
Last night author Jennifer Scott, Assistant Curator of Paintings at the Royal Collection, said she was delighted when she came across the painting as she researched the book.
‘I think generally people don’t known that the Duke of Edinburgh paints, it’s quite a private pursuit.
‘I think it’s a really good painting, it’s a got a real quality to it – it seems such a private moment, the Queen sitting having her breakfast, she could be anybody.
‘But the two paintings in the background are both by George Stubbs and are in the Royal Collection, so it’s a bit of a clue as to who the sitter is.’
The duke’s interest in art, both as an artist and collector, dates back decades.
He invited the artist Edward Seago to accompany him in HMY Britannia for the Antarctic and later stages of his 1956/57 World Tour.
On the trip to Antarctica, he is said to have got fed up with his own paintings and preferred to watch Seago, to whom he felt rather inadequate by comparison.
In 2007 a selection of the duke’s oils was displayed next to watercolours by his son Prince Charles at Sandringham House.
Many of his paintings are of landscapes seen whilst travelling in HMY Britannia, and of the Royal estates.
He is understood to still enjoy painting now, signing his work with a Greek ‘P’ – ‘Phi’.
And his work seems to get the critical seal of approval.
Critic Robin Simon, editor of the British Art Journal, said: ‘This is a delightful painting, well up to the Duke’s usual high standard.
The Duke of Edinburgh always keeps a low profile, and there is rarely peoply know he is a faceless impressionist painters.
Mona Lisa is a sixteenth-century portrait painted in oil on a poplar panel in Florence, Italy by Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci during the Renaissance. The work is currently owned by the Government of France and is on display at the Louvre museum in Paris under the title Portrait of Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco del Giocondo. Arguably, it is the most famous and iconic painting in the world.
However, this famous painting is suffering bad treatment by visitors everyday. The bursts of white light become hypnotic after a while. As you peer at the woman in her green painted world, your concentration is constantly interrupted by these synthetic starbursts. Some flashes are so powerful the reflection dazzles your eyes. The memory you take away is of the Mona Lisa in a storm, her Tuscan landscape eerily illuminated by lightning. No, I’m afraid that’s too poetic. The memory you take away is of a crowd of idiots behaving grotesquely.
Visiting the Louvre last week, I found the world’s most renowned painting had fallen among enemies. A few years ago the Mona Lisa was beautifully installed in a vitrine that permits excellent views of her, even when you’re in a jostling crowd. With even a bit of patience, you can have a pretty good look at the most famous painted face on earth. With a modicum of respectful quiet, this would be a rewarding experience for everyone. The four guards posted around the picture are presumably there to enforce such behaviour – but they do nothing. The Louvre’s custodians stand by and let people yell, scream and snap away.
As you enter the Louvre, big, clear signs in several languages inform you of the museum’s rules. There is to be no running, no use of mobile phones and no flash photography. This ban could not be more clearly announced. No one can miss it. Yet in front of the Mona Lisa, one camera flash after another blasts its ugly reflection on the glass protecting the painting.
I just don’t understand how the Louvre can allow this destructive camera abuse. Coming to take your own photograph of the world’s most reproduced painting is daft enough. But at least people should be prevented from ruining others’ pleasure with this incessant electric lightshow. The museum seems to have given up enforcing its own rules. It lets the bullying snappers do their worst.
It’s not that hard to make a rule and enforce it. Can’t they just occasionally eject a couple of visitors for taking photos with flash and publicise the fact? If the crowd insisted on handling the painting, would the museum give in to that too? In London’s National Gallery no one would even dream of taking out a camera. That’s the right mood for a museum. This is a French national treasure, France should protect it.
For Mona Lisa’s slight smile, I will consciously put away my camera and mobile phone. Will you?
The Gemaeldegalerie in Berlin has announced the discovery of a painting depicting composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart painted a year before he died. According to art experts, this could be the last portrait of the composer. It was painted by the German artist Johann Georg Edlinger in 1790. Mozart died in 1791. famous portrait paintings for sale
The painting has already been identified as a portrait of Mozart after experts subjected it to computer analysis comparing it with other earlier paintings known to be of the composer.
And the painting was acquired by the Gemaeldegalerie in 1934 and was recently restored. It measures 32 by 25 inches and will be displayed at the Gemaldegalerie in Berlin. portrait paintings from photos
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