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The Admiring Glance :: Auguste Toulmouche

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Auguste Toulmouche (1829-1890) The Admiring Glance

Oil on canvas 1868 45 x 59 cm ( 17,7 x 23,2 inch )

Private art collection

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 24.10.2010


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Alianna    December 21, 2015

To say that I am falling in love with Genevieve onilne is an understatement. you guys are doing something special here. something that will definitely make you the most deisrable site. well done. to be in touch with people's sorrow when you are mainly a style magazine is just so comforting. God bless


Chase    December 22, 2015

Wel heel erg mooi geworden, lekekr fris en licht! Mijn dochter wilde dit altijd liever dan vloerbedekking. Misschien toch maar eens doen..Fijne dag!


art1742   User Rating: 173  May 29, 2018

Empire style furniture is defined!


User   User Rating: 389  September 9, 2018

Glance, which should make admire, therefore is the main element of the composition. Indeed, even the heroine as a person fades into the background next to the glance of silk of her outfits, which the author skillfully emphasized with the help of a contrast of light and shadow. All the other elements of the composition are matte, restrained in color, so they highlight more the shimmering of silk, the glittering of the fabric in the light. Harmonious canvas with a right composition.


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