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The Princess of Capua, (painting)

Artist:
Dubufe
Type:
Paintings
Exhibition Catalogs
Date:
1876
Notes:
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
This is a beautiful portrait of a lady (said to resemble the Princess of Capua,) deeply absorbed in the contemplation of a miniature, which she holds in one hand, whilst the head is supported by the other in a reclining position. The exquisite finish given to this painting, the splendid drapery of the white satin robe, the limbs starting from the canvass, in fact the "tout ensemble," show to what perfection the art can arrive; and render it a perfect study. [P. 8.]
Pupil of David.
Grand Exhibition of Paintings, at the Academy of Fine Arts, in Barclay Street. The Destruction of Jerusalem, A.D. 70. By Whichelo; The Revolt in Paris, 1358, by Giraud; Don Juan, Haidee and Lambro, The Circassian Slave, Saint John in the Desert, The Princess of Capua, the four last by Dubufe, the celebrated painter of Adam and Eve. Open from 10 in the morning, until 10 at night. Admittance--25 cents. Season Tickets for One Month, 1 Dollar. New York; Vinten, Printer, 63 Vesey St.
Topic:
Portrait female
Occupation--Other--Aristocrat
State of Being--Mood--Meditation
Study
Control number:
AECI 04350006
Data Source:
Pre-1877 Art Exhibition Catalogue Index

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