Thomas Gainsborough

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Noun1.Thomas Gainsborough - English portrait and landscape painter (1727-1788)Thomas Gainsborough - English portrait and landscape painter (1727-1788)
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A PATIENT who had fled from a psychiatric hospital used a drill bit to slash a PS24million painting by Thomas Gainsborough at the National Gallery, a court heard.
Keith Gregory, 63, left two deep slash marks in an X shape on The Morning Walk by Thomas Gainsborough when he attacked it with a drill bit in front of horrified art lovers in the National Gallery, London on the afternoon of March 18 this year.
Thomas Gainsborough was not only a sweet painter, but also a sweet talker.
Published to accompany the exhibition oCreating the Countryside: Thomas Gainsborough to Todayo at the English art gallery Compton Verney from March to June 2017, this book contains artworks and seven essays that examine key moments in British art history that have impacted the concept of the rural idyll from 1600 to 2017.
1727: Artist Thomas Gainsborough was born in Sudbury, Suffolk.
He had a long friendship with artist Thomas Gainsborough, but the pair fell out over an unfinished portrait.
Gainsborough's House seeks to appoint an Architect for a capital project to create a vibrant, innovative national centre at Gainsborough's House A Grade-1 listed building situated within a conservation area of the historic market town of Sudbury Suffolk , and the birthplace and childhood home of the artist, Thomas Gainsborough (17271788).
A Table-tennis B Volleyball C Badminton D Lawn tennis QUESTION 4 - for 4 points: In a famous painting by Thomas Gainsborough what was the colour of the boy's silk suit which gave the picture its title?
Meanwhile at the Lady Lever, visitors can find the copy amid a collection of Golden Age English Portraiture by artists like Sir Joshua Reynolds and Thomas Gainsborough.
The display will include works by many artists who found inspiration in the British landscape including Thomas Gainsborough, Joseph Wright, Richard Wilson, Augustus John, John Constable, JMW Turner, Alfred Sisley, Claude Monet and Oskar Kokoschka.