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Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn Deer Shooting In Windsor Forest :: William Powell Frith

Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn Deer Shooting In Windsor Forest :: William Powell Frith - Romantic scenes in art and painting
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William Powell Frith (1819-1909) Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn Deer Shooting In Windsor Forest

Oil on canvas (123 x 101 cm)( 48,4 x 39,7 inch ) Private collection

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 13.04.2010



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User   User Rating: 184  September 4, 2018


The depicted couple is not quite traditional for painting - a woman participates in a hunt with a man, according to her glance it is clear that she is not here accidentally, but she knows how to be cold-blooded, how to wait for the right moment and shoot with confidence. The man is depicted emphatically courageous and dominant even next to such a strong woman - he is great in size, looks down at the companion and somehow patronizing, caring and respectful. Interesting story.

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