Three views of the Parisian high society. All three

Three views of the Parisian high society. All three

8/24/2021, 11:30:13 AM
Three views of the Parisian high society. All three portraits were painted by the French artist Auguste Toulmouche (1829-1890), who specialized in painting the upper-class women of 19th-century Paris. From left to right, the paintings are In the Library (1872), The Love Letter (1883), and Vanity (1870). Toulmouche was a gifted painter and specialized in capturing fabrics. And on top of that, he liked to idealize his sitters, making him a popular artist for the rich Parisians. His work was not only popular among the French, but he also sold quite some works in the United States during his life. Do you have any favorite among these three works? #Art #Painting #Artwork #ArtHistory #HistoryofArt #OilPainting #OilonCanvas #FineArts #ArtoftheDay #Toulmouche #AugusteToulmouche #FrenchArt #FrenchArtist #FrenchPainter #Paris #Parisian #UpperClass #Fashion #Satin #Dress #SatinDress

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