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Edmund C. Tarbell. Autorretrato, 1889

Edmund C. Tarbell. Autorretrato, 1889

Self Portrait (1864) by American painter & famed maker of stained glass John LaFarge (1835-1910). via the Athenaeum

Self Portrait (1864) by American painter & famed maker of stained glass John LaFarge (1835-1910). via the Athenaeum

John LaFarge (1835-1910) was an American painter, muralist, stained glass window maker, decorator, and writer.

John LaFarge (1835-1910) was an American painter, muralist, stained glass window maker, decorator, and writer.

♀ Painted Art Portraits ♀  Abbott Handerson Thayer

♀ Painted Art Portraits ♀ Abbott Handerson Thayer

Sir William Rothenstein, 1930 by William Rothenstein (1872-1945)

Sir William Rothenstein, 1930 by William Rothenstein (1872-1945)

Abbott Handerson Thayer (American artist, 1849–1921) Self Portrait 1918  It's About Time: 1800-1900s Angels

Abbott Handerson Thayer (American artist, 1849–1921) Self Portrait 1918 It's About Time: 1800-1900s Angels

"Self Portrait" - Carl Dobsky (b. 1972), oil on linen, 2004 {figurative art male head eyeglasses bearded 32yo man face painting} carldobsky.com

"Self Portrait" - Carl Dobsky (b. 1972), oil on linen, 2004 {figurative art male head eyeglasses bearded 32yo man face painting} carldobsky.com

Self Portrait, Frank W. Benson 1862-1951 American impressionist and member of "The Ten" American painters.

Self Portrait, Frank W. Benson 1862-1951 American impressionist and member of "The Ten" American painters.

Artist John LaFarge portrait by Augustus Vincent Tack 1897-99. La Farge experimented with color problems, especially in the medium of stained glass. He rivaled the beauty of medieval windows and added new resources by inventing opalescent glass and by his original methods of superimposing and welding his materials.

Artist John LaFarge portrait by Augustus Vincent Tack 1897-99. La Farge experimented with color problems, especially in the medium of stained glass. He rivaled the beauty of medieval windows and added new resources by inventing opalescent glass and by his original methods of superimposing and welding his materials.

George Richmond. Fue un pintor inglés. Sus primeros trabajos estuvo inspirado por William Blake, y, con Samuel Palmer y Edward Calvert, fue miembro del grupo influenciado por Blake conocido como "The Ancients".

George Richmond. Fue un pintor inglés. Sus primeros trabajos estuvo inspirado por William Blake, y, con Samuel Palmer y Edward Calvert, fue miembro del grupo influenciado por Blake conocido como "The Ancients".

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