The Shepherdess of Rolleboise, Daniel Ridgway Knight
On Google Art Project. High resolution downloadable image available on Wikimedia Commons. Original is in the Brooklyn Museum.
I know that Knight’s softly atmospheric pastoral scenes were crafted to be appealing to a certain sensibility, and I’m all-in on that.
Link: The Shepherdess of Rolleboise, Google Art Project
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What a beautifully plotted and framed portrait–and by framed, I mean the framing of the figure by the sheep, the slant of the shore and water, the weeds in the foreground, the attitude of the head and hands…really a delight. Thanks for featuring it.
me too charley, gorgeous.
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