More in my ongoing series of posts about artists’ self-portraits.
I find self-portraits fascinating not just for the range of time periods and styles, but for the interesting variation in the way artists pose themselves.
(Images above, links to my posts: Henri Martin, Marie-Suzanne Roslin, James Tissot, Ernest Meissonier, Peder Severin Kroyer, Giovanni Boldini, Camille Pissarro, Anne-Louis Girodet, Fairfield Porter, Ralph Hedley)
One Reply to “Self-portraits #13”
Thanks for these Charlie. I can only imagine painting in Madame Roslin’s outfit. Even though she was painting with pastels all that lace would be hard to keep clean. I’ll bet she wore a smock.
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