The Artist's Sisters - Chassériau, Théodore - Romanticism - Oil on canvas - The painting portrays Marie-Antoinette, called Adčle (1810-1869), and Genevičve, called Aline (1822-1871), sisters of the painter.
Alphonse Mucha Sprimg Nigth
Rembrandt Peale: The Sisters (Eleanor and Rosalba Peale) Peale. 1826. Oil painting. 42x33 inches.
Isabella’s younger sister was the unfortunate Lucrezia de’ Medici who married Lucrezia Borgia’s son, Alfonso d’Este, Duke of Ferrara and is said to have inspired a poem by Browning.
This is a self portrait of Scipione Pulzone (c. 1542 or 1543 – 1598) a painter notable for his Renaissance/Mannerist style and his influence on the religious world. He painted the portraits of numerous popes and cardinals, and inspired the Catholic devotion to Our Lady of Providence.