Bag Accessoires | Allan Ramsay | Lady in a Pink Silk Dress | 1762

The unique and stylish accessory for your leather bag ARS VIVA HD Metal Print Creator: Allan Ramsay; Title: Lady in a Pink Silk Dress; Creation Date: 1762; Location: Yale Center for British Art; Copyright and Image Rights: Public Domain; Classific...

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The unique and stylish accessory for your leather bag ARS VIVA

HD Metal Print

  •  Allan Ramsay;
  •  Lady in a Pink Silk Dress;
  •  1762;
  •  Yale Center for British Art;
  •  Public Domain;
  •  Open Edition Print;
  •  This decorative item contains neodymium magnets.
Color: Orange, Red, Red-Orange
Stil: Old Masters
Subject: Portrait
Classification: Open Edition Print
Medium: HD Metal Print, glossy aluminium
Size: 16 x 16 cm, 20 x 20 cm
Collection: Museum
Painting Technique: Oil paint
Technique: Oil Painting
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Allan Ramsay

The most important painter of eighteenth-century |

A brilliant portrait painter |

Allan Ramsay (1713 – 1784) ranks among the most important Scottish portrait painters of the 18th century. Having started his training in London, he travelled to Italy, where he refined his techniques in the workshops of renowned painters. He then returned to the United Kingdom, where he quickly gained fame and recognition. His mastery is evident in his realistic representation of the incarnate and the vitality of the faces he depicts. He was eventually appointed as the first court painter to George III, and continued to be extraordinarily productive under this commission until he sustained an injury to his right hand, forcing him to retire. His well-known portrait of the Duke of Argyll has been used on the Royal Bank of Scotland’s banknotes since 1987.