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Twixt Hope and Fear :: Lord Frederick Leighton

Twixt Hope and Fear :: Lord Frederick Leighton - Allegory in art and painting
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Lord Frederick Leighton (1830-1896) Twixt Hope and Fear
Oil On Canvas 112 x 84 cm ( 44,1 x 33 inch )

Private art collection

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 29.03.2011



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Marat   User Rating: 380  January 5, 2020


The artwork is vertical format painting. Lord Frederick Leighton painted a woman who is wearing some impressive clothes and strange embellishments. She is not young and rather in her middle ages. She is sitting for her portrait. The woman is well-shaped, her look is quite strong and decisive. Meanwhile, she is fearing something. The artwork is ideal and perfect for modern Scotland style of interior home decoration. The work is pleasing to my eyes. Very nice, rich color and well-balanced composition. [Expand]

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