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Sapphires by Albert Joseph Moore. From the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery collection.

Sapphires by Albert Joseph Moore. From the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery collection.

Albert Joseph Moore (1841 - 1893) |

Albert Joseph Moore ~ Academic/Classicist painter

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Panel for a Screen: "Children Frightened by a Rabbit," Albert Pinkham Ryder, ca. 1876, oil on gilded leather mounted on canvas, 38 1/2 x 20 1/4", Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Panel for a Screen: "Children Frightened by a Rabbit," Albert Pinkham Ryder, ca. 1876, oil on gilded leather mounted on canvas, 38 1/2 x 20 1/4", Smithsonian American Art Museum.

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The subject of this portrait was identified in 2004 as Anne Lovell, wife of Sir Francis Lovell (d. 1551), an esquire of the body to Henry VIII. David J. King, in his article "Who was Holbein's lady with a squirrel and a starling?", proposed that the starling in the painting encodes a pun on the Lovell family's seat at East Harling, Norfolk.[1] The starling and the squirrel were traditional elements in the Lovell iconography.[2] Holbein painted the portrait during his first visit to England…

The subject of this portrait was identified in 2004 as Anne Lovell, wife of Sir Francis Lovell (d. 1551), an esquire of the body to Henry VIII. David J. King, in his article "Who was Holbein's lady with a squirrel and a starling?", proposed that the starling in the painting encodes a pun on the Lovell family's seat at East Harling, Norfolk.[1] The starling and the squirrel were traditional elements in the Lovell iconography.[2] Holbein painted the portrait during his first visit to England…

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