EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON and SKETCHES FOR ~.

EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON. Image: http://www.tate.org.uk. Medium: oil on canvas. Dimensions: 1312 x 1682 mm (2.32 m²). History: dated 1906-7; also known as ‘Miss Elizabeth Williamson on a pony’ and (Academy Notes for 1907) ‘Elizabeth Williamson at Wemmergill.’ Elizabeth was the great-granddaughter of Mrs. Charles Hunter of Hill House; American Art News 16 Apr …

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NEW-RISEN HOPE (TATE) and NEW-RISEN HOPE (MELBOURNE).

Photo/image: Jonathan Russell/www.ngv.vic.gov.au. There are two versions of this image, one in the Tate, London (left) and one in the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia (right). Publications dating to the period in which the paintings were first exhibited refer to the image as 'Risen Hope' or just 'Hope.' NEW-RISEN HOPE (TATE). Photos: Jonathan Russell. …

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