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Turkish Woman ('Annetta'), Smyrna :: Charles Gleyre

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Charles Gleyre (1808-1874) Turkish Woman ('Annetta'), Smyrna

Watercolor and pencil on paper, 1834 (32.1 x 23.9 см) ( 12,6 x 9,4 inch ) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 28.09.2010



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lucky95   User Rating: 500  November 25, 2019


Tags: Turkish woman, female portrait, headdress, tiara, pensive look, earrings, Turkish dress, Turkish Cape, ballet flats, haystack

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Marat   User Rating: 380  January 5, 2020


The work is vertical format painting. The artwork is best and perfectly suited for modern Arabic interior design style of home decoration. I do not like the artwork of Charles Gleyre Turkish Woman ('Annetta'), Smyrna. He depicted young and beautiful woman who is standing for her portrait. She is very young but looks like tired. She wears an amazing and fabulous national clothes. Her long hair is covered by magnificent shawl. For me personally, the work of Charles Gleyre is dull, boring and lifeless. [Expand]

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