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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| 1788: Thomas Gainsborough, English painter, died.
(BBC1, 9pm-10pm) Philip Mould and Fiona Bruce investigate an 18th-century painting which might be a lost landscape by British master of the genre, Thomas Gainsborough. The piece has been in the family of owner Mark Cropper for generations and until the 1970s it was considered to be a Gainsborough.
Is it the lost work of the great British master of landscape painting Thomas Gainsborough? A stroke of genius?
(BBC1, 9pm) Philip Mould and Fiona Bruce investigate an 18th-century painting which might be a lost landscape by British master of the genre, Thomas Gainsborough. The piece has been in the family of owner Mark Cropper for generations and until the 1970s it was considered to be a Gainsborough.
BBC1, Thur, 9pm Philip Mould and Fiona Bruce investigate an 18th-Century painting which might be a lost landscape by British master, Thomas Gainsborough.
It also an authority on British painting and watercolors from the 18th and 19th centuries, handling the works of artists who shaped British art such as Thomas Gainsborough, John Linnel, Richard Parkes Bonington and John Sell Cotman.
Among the portraits Thomas Gainsborough painted while living in Bath is a small likeness of a young boy in shirt and waistcoat, clutching a handful of paintbrushes and glancing anxiously out of the feigned oval in which he's framed.
"The portrait will be displayed in our 18th century room, alongside paintings by some of the most famous portrait artists in British history, including Thomas Gainsborough, Wright of Derby and Sir Joshua Reynolds.
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.
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.