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  1. Thomas Gainsborough and the Modern Woman by Benedict Leca, 2010-12-16
  2. Thomas Gainsborough by Martin Myrone, Michael Rosenthal, 2003-03-01
  3. The Art of Thomas Gainsborough: "A Little Business for the Eye" (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in Britis) by Professor Michael Rosenthal, 2000-02-09
  4. Thomas Gainsborough (British Artists) by Martin Postle, 2003-01-06
  5. Thomas Gainsborough by John Hayes, 1985-06
  6. Drawings of Thomas Gainsborough (2 volumes)
  7. Thomas Gainsborough: A Country Life (Art & Design) by Hugh Belsey, Thomas Gainsborough, 2002-10
  8. The Paintings of Thomas Gainsborough by Malcolm Cormack, 1993-02-26
  9. Thomas Gainsborough: His Life and Art by Jack Lindsay, 1983-09
  10. Thomas Gainsborough by Ronald Charles Sutherland Gower, 2010-08-11
  11. The Landscape Paintings of Thomas Gainsborough by John Hayes, 1982-11
  12. Thomas Gainsborough: His Life, Work, Friends, and Sitters by William Biggs Boulton, 2010-01-11
  13. Thomas Gainsborough by William Thomas Whitley, 2009-12-16
  14. Thomas Gainsborough, R. A.: -1904 by Alfred Ewen Fletcher, 2009-07-24

1. Thomas Gainsborough Online
Thomas Gainsborough English Rococo Era/Romantic Painter, 17271788 Guide to pictures of works by Thomas Gainsborough in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
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2. Thomas Gainsborough Biography | Oil Painting Reproductions - Bohemian Fine Art C
Gainsborough, Thomas English painter of portraits, landscapes, and fancy pictures, one of the most individual geniuses in British art. Thomas Gainsborough was born at Sudbury
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Gainsborough, Thomas
Gainsborough, Thomas
English painter of portraits, landscapes, and fancy pictures, one of the most individual geniuses in British art.
Thomas Gainsborough was born at Sudbury, Soffolk, and went to London in about 1740. He returned to Sudbury in 1748 and in 1752 he set up as a portrait painter in Ipswich. His patrons were the merchants of the town and the neighboring squires, but when in 1759 he moved to Bath, his new sitters were members of Society, and he developed a free and elegant mode of oil painting seen at its most characteristic in full-length portraits (Mary, Countess Howe, Kenwood House, London, c.1763-64).
In 1768 Thomas Gainsborough was elected a foundation member of the Royal Academy, and in 1774 he moved permanently to London. Here he further developed the personal style he had evolved at Bath, working with light and rapid brush-strokes and delicate and evanescent colors. Thomas Gainsborough became a favorite painter of the Royal Family, even though his rival Joshua Reynolds was appointed King's Principal Painter.
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3. WebMuseum: Gainsborough, Thomas
Artist s biography and a collection of images.
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Gainsborough, Thomas
Gainsborough, Thomas (1727-88). English painter of portraits, landscapes, and fancy pictures, one of the most individual geniuses in British art. He was born at Sudbury, Soffolk, and went to London in about 1740, probably studying with the French engraver Gravelot. He returned to Sudbury in 1748 and in 1752 he set up as a portrait painter at Ipswitch. His work at this time consisted mainly of heads and half-length, but he also painted some small portrait groups in landscape settings which are the most lyrical of all English conversation pieces ( Heneage Lloyd and his Sister , Fitzwilliam, Cambridge). His patrons were the merchants of the town and the neighboring squires, but when in 1759 he moved to Bath, his new sitters were members of Society, and he developed a free and elegant mode of painting seen at its most characteristic in full-length portraits ( Mary, Countess Howe , Kenwood House, London, c.1763-64). In 1768 he was elected a foundation member of the Royal Academy, and in 1774 he moved permanently to London. Here he further developed the personal style he had evolved at Bath, working with light and rapid brush-strokes and delicate and evanescent colors. He became a favorite painter of the Royal Family, even though his rival Reynolds was appointed King's Principal Painter. Gainsborough sometimes said that while portraiture was his profession landscape painting was his pleasure, and he continued to paint landscapes long after he had left a country neighborhood. He produced many landscape drawings, some in pencil, some in charcoal and chalk, and he occasionally made drawings which he varnished. He also, in later years, painted fancy pictures of pastoral subjects (

4. Thomas Gainsborough - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Gainsborough, Thomas Alternative names Short description Date of birth 14 May 1727 Place of birth Sudbury, Suffolk, England Date of death 2 August 1788
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Self-portrait, painted 1759 Birth name Thomas Gainsborough Born 14 May 1727 (baptised)
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Thomas Gainsborough (christened 14 May 1727 ‚Äď 2 August 1788) was an English portrait and landscape painter
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5. Gainsborough's House - Museum And Gallery Of The Birthplace Of The Artist Thomas
The museum and art gallery at the birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough in Sudbury, Suffolk, UK. Image and description of the house and highlights of the collection of the artist s works. Visitor information.
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The museum and art gallery at the birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough. Historic Building Permanent Collection The Print Workshop 2010 Visitor Guide (PDF format 604KB) Village Representatives Win with Gainsborough's House Lottery Gainsborough's House
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6. Gainsborough, Thomas Biography - S9.com
English portrait painter biography from s9.com. Born 1727 AD Died 1788 AD, at 61 years of age. Nationality Unknown Categories None
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7. Gainsborough, Thomas (Nuttall Encyclopædia)
1907 Nuttall Encyclop dia of General Knowledge G Gainsborough, Thomas a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z. Gainsborough, Thomas (1727 ‚Äí 1788
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Gainsborough, Thomas , one of England 's greatest artists in portrait and landscape painting, born at Sudbury Suffolk ; he early displayed a talent for drawing, and at 14 was sent to London to study art; when 19 he started as a portrait-painter at Ipswich , having by this time married Margaret Burr, a young lady with £200 a year; patronised by Sir Philip Thicknesse, he removed in 1760 to Bath , where he rose into high favour, and in 1774 he sought a wider field in London ; he shared the honours of painting portraits with Reynolds and of landscape with Wilson; his portraits have more of grace if less of genius, than Reynolds, while his landscapes inaugurated a freer and more genial manner of dealing with nature, while as a colourist Ruskin declares him the greatest since Rubens; among his most famous pictures are portraits of Mrs. Siddons, the Duchess of Devonshire Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia , edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907) Gaillard Gaius Web fromoldbooks.org

8. GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas
Collection of images of artist s works with a biography.
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GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas English painter (b. 1727, Sudbury, d. 1788, London) Preview Picture Data File Info Comment Conversation in a Park
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Mr and Mrs Andrews
Oil on canvas, 70 x 119 cm
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136 Kb Landscape in Suffolk c. 1750 Oil on canvas, 65 x 95 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna True Color 175 Kb The Artist's Wife c. 1758 Oil on canvas, 76 x 64 cm Staatliche Museen, Berlin True Color 178 Kb The Artist's Daughters with a Cat Oil on canvas, 75,6 x 62,9 cm National Gallery, London True Color 195 Kb Lady Alston Oil on canvas, 226 x 168 cm Musťe du Louvre, Paris True Color 96 Kb Elizabeth Wrottesly Oil on canvas, 76 x 64 cm National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne True Color 159 Kb Mary, Countess of Howe Oil on canvas, 244 x 152,4 cm Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood House, London True Color 157 Kb River Landscape Oil on canvas, 119 x 168 cm Museum of Art, Philadelphia True Color 141 Kb Six studies of a cat Black and white chalk on grey paper, 310 x 447 mm

9. Gainsborough, Thomas
Thomas Gainsborough Selfportrait, painted 1759 Birth name Thomas Gainsborough Born May 14 1727 (1727-05-14) (baptized) Sudbury, Suffolk, England Died
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Gainsborough, Thomas
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Self-portrait, painted 1759 Birth name Thomas Gainsborough Born May 14 1727 (baptized)
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English Field Landscape and portrait painter Famous works Mr and Mrs Andrews
The Blue Boy Thomas Gainsborough (christened May 14, 1727 ‚Äď August 2, 1788) was one of the foremost portrait and landscape painters of eighteenth century Great Britain He is recognized among the most innovative and enigmatic artists of his era. Some of his early work was influenced by Sir Anthony van Dyck and Peter Paul Rubens , but his landscapes, portraits, and so-called fancy pictures also show the work of an independent and original genius Gainsborough is universally considered the most creative and adventurous artist in England between William Hogarth and J.M.W. Turner and poses a link between them. He also influenced the work of noted painter John Constable . His artistic life presents a continuous struggle to get away from the portraiture which earned him a living ("the drudgery of face-painting," as he called it) and to immerse himself in the genre of landscapes which was emerging then as a public favorite.
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10. Thomas Gainsborough - Wikipédia
Article de l encyclop die sur le portraitiste et paysagiste du XVIIIe si cle britannique (1727-1788).
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Thomas Gainsborough
Un article de Wikip√©dia, l'encyclop√©die libre. Aller √† : Navigation rechercher Pour les articles homonymes , voir Gainsborough Thomas Gainsborough Thomas Gainsborough 14 mai Londres 2 ao√Ľt ) fut un des plus c√©l√®bres portraitistes et paysagistes du XVIII e britannique
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Gainsborough est n√© en 1727 √† Sudbury , dans le Suffolk , en Angleterre . Son p√®re √©tait un instituteur en relation avec le commerce de la laine . √Ä 13 ans, il impressionna son p√®re par ses talents de dessinateur, si bien qu‚Äôil put partir √† Londres pour √©tudier l‚Äôart en . √Ä Londres, il fut d‚Äôabord form√© par le graveur Hubert Gravelot , puis il s‚Äôassocia avec William Hogarth et son √©cole. Un de ses mentors fut Francis Hayman. Au cours de ces ann√©es, il participa √† la d√©coration de ce qui est maintenant la Thomas Coram Foundation for Children et des supper boxes des Vauxhall Gardens Dans les ann√©es 1740 , Gainsborough √©pousa Margaret Burr dont le p√®re ill√©gitime, le duc de Beaufort , leur versait une rente de 200 ¬£. Son Ňďuvre, essentiellement des paysages, ne se vendait pas tr√®s bien. Il repartit √† Sudbury en 1748-1749 et concentra son activit√© sur les

11. Gainsborough, Thomas - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
English landscape and portrait painter. In 1760 he settled in Bath, where his elegant and subtly characterized society portraits brought great success.
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12. Gainsborough Paintings, Gainsborough Reproductions, Biography
Thomas Gainsborough Oil Paintings Reproduction and Biography (May 14, 1727 (baptised) ‚Äď August 2, 1788)
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Gainsborough was one of the most famous portrait and landscape painters of 18th century Britain.
Gainsborough was born in 1727 in Sudbury, Suffolk, England. His father was a schoolteacher involved with the wool trade. At the age of fourteen Gainsborough impressed his father with his pencilling skills so that he let him go to London to study art in 1740. In London he first trained under engraver Hubert Gravelot but eventually became associated with William Hogarth and his school. One of his mentors was Francis Hayman. In those years he contributed to the decoration of what is now the Thomas Coram Foundation for Children and the supper boxes at Vauxhall Gardens.
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In 1774, Gainsborough and his family moved to London to live in Schomberg House, Pall Mall. In 1777 Gainsborough again began to exhibit his paintings in the Royal Academy, with portraits of contemporary celebrities, including the Duke and Duchess of Cumberland, related to the royal family. These exhibitions continued for the next six years.
In his later years, Gainsborough often painted landscapes of common settings. With Richard Wilson, he was one of the originators of the eighteenth-century British landscape school, and with Joshua Reynolds, he was the dominant British portraitist of the second half of the 18th century.

13. Thomas Gainsborough .- Olga's Gallery
Comprehensive collection of the images of Gainsborough s works with biography and historical comments.
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Biography Page One Thomas Gainsborough at Artprice To look at auction records, find Gainsborough's works in upcoming auctions, check price levels and indexes for his works, read his biography and view his signature, access the Artprice database. Thomas Gainsborough is an English landscape and portrait painter, one of the great English masters. He was born in Sudbury, Suffolk in the family of a clothier. He showed an aptitude for drawing early and first was encouraged by his mother, who was a woman of well-cultivated mind and excelled in flower-painting. He used to spend a lot of time outdoors, drawing. In 1740, at the age of 13 he was sent to London to study art. He spent several years working in the studios of different artists, one of whom was Hubert Gravelot, a draughtsman and engraver, another one was a scene-painter and illustrator Francis Hayman.
In 1748 Gainsborough presented The Charterhouse (1748) to the Foundling Hospital, it was a way for the artist to show one of his works, because at that time there were no other possibilities for young artists. In 1746 Gainsborough married Margaret Burr Continued...

14. Thomas Gainsborough - The Complete Works
Thomas Gainsborough (christened 14 May 1727 died 2 August 1788) was one of the most famous portrait and landscape painters of 18th century Britain.
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15. Gainsborough, Thomas - Digital-Picture-Printing-Frames 
Thomas Gainseborough was an English painter of the 18th Century. His most famous works include Blue Boy and Pinkie , which now reside in The Huntington Library in Pasadena, CA.
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Thomas Gainseborough was an English painter of the 18th Century. His most famous works include "Blue Boy" and "Pinkie", which now reside in The Huntington Library in Pasadena, CA. Full Category List Artists Painters > Gainsborough, Thomas Categories on This Level: Lawrence, Sir Thomas Drouais, Francois-Hubert Fragonard, Jean Honore Vigee-Lebrun, Elisabeth Ingres, Jean A.D. Counis, S.G. David, Jacques Louis Mengs, A.R. Hoppner, John Modigliani, Amedeo Millais, Sir John Everett Bougvereav, Aldolphe William Anker, Albert Peel, Paul Kaulbach, Wilhelm Winterhalter, F. Henner, Jean Jacques Goupil, Jules Adolphe Johnson, Eastman Lazarus, Jacob Hart Stock, Joseph Whiting Unknown Artist, French School, Portrait de Zurbaran, Francisco Unknown Artist, Portrait Knight, Daniel Ridgeway Breton, Jules Brueghel, Pieter Harmenszoon van Rijn, Rembrandt Vermeer van Delft, Jan de Hooch, Pieter de Heem, Cornelis Poelenburg, Cornelius van der Weyden, Roger

16. Gainsborough Thomas: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Questia.com Online Library
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17. Gainsborough, Thomas
Gainsborough, Thomas Encyclopedia article; The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004. Read Gainsborough, Thomas at Questia library.
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18. Encyclopťdie De L'Agora
Extraits de textes sur le peintre.
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19. Thomas Gainsborough ‚ÄĒ Infoplease.com
Encyclopedia Gainsborough, Thomas. Gainsborough, Thomas (gńĀnz'b r Ňć) , 1727 ‚Äď 88, English portrait and landscape painter, b. Sudbury. In 1740 he went to London and became the
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20. Gainsborough, Thomas Summary | BookRags.com
Gainsborough, Thomas. Gainsborough, Thomas summary with encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.
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