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The Ball Mask :: Jules Frederic Ballavoine

The Ball Mask by artist Jules Frederic Ballavoine - Balls and receptions
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Jules Frederic Ballavoine (Jules Frederic Ballavoine) (1880-1901) Le Bal Masque

Oil on Canvas 99.7 x 65.4 cm ( 39,3 x 25,7 inch )

Private art collection

[ The young lady with a ball mask and in a black dress. ]

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51

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User   User Rating: 400  March 4, 2018

The picture depicts a fashionista of "Belle Epoque" at the masquerade. Perhaps it was made to order as a portrait, but the artist partially idealized his model. The girl's dress demonstrates her desire to match fashion, she probably leads an active social life and, of course, does not belong to the romantic ladies of the previous period. But in order to make her image less fatal, the author places it on a background of pastel tones with a bouquet of tender pink flowers, and this gives youth [Expand]


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