Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘portraiture’


The Blue Boy’s Makeover

The Blue Boy’s Makeover

“The Blue Boy has been using his defiant stare and unique fashion sense to transfix viewers for centuries.”¹ Thomas Gainsborough’s 1779 full-length, life-size portrait in oil The Blue Boy is about to get a makeover. On August 8, this work of art will be removed from its dominate position in the Huntington’s Thornton Portrait Gallery—where it has hung since […]

The Portrait, from Raphael to Modigliani

The Portrait, from Raphael to Modigliani

Someone at the Norton Simon has a thing for portraiture. It’s been a little over eight months since the close of their exhibit, Gaze: Portraiture After Ingres, which featured prominently a loan from the Frick, Jean-Auguste-Dominque Ingres’s Comtesse d’Haussonville, 1845. Now they’ve got another famous portrait on loan, this time from the National Gallery in […]

New at the Norton Simon

New at the Norton Simon

Portraiture enthusiasts be advised: starting October 30th, the Norton Simon will be running an exhibition entitled Gaze: Portraiture After Ingres. Bringing together nearly 150 works from the permanent collection, the exhibition traces portraiture from its classical orthodoxy in the Paris Salon to its place in the radical oeuvres of Picasso, Duchamp and Warhol. A minor […]

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