|Who painted this? #32|
All you have to do is work out what that instrument is and then you should get the painting and the painter and the rest of the details that I ask for. Don't forget to right click the pic to see a larger version.
How to participate in "Who painted this? #32"
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- use your brains not software to find the answer
- search using words only on a database of images
- leave your answer as a comment on this blog
- if correct it will not be published until the next post - which provides the answer
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- the winner - who gets a mention and a link on/from this blog - is the first person to give me a completely correct answer for ALL the things I want to know
Who Painted This #31 - The Answer
|Ramsgate Sands (Life at the seaside)|
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- Title of the artwork: Life at the seaside, Ramsgate Sands
- Name of the artist who created this artwork: William Powell Frith (1819 - 1909)
- Date it was created: 1852-4
- Media used: Oil on canvas, 77 x 155.1 cm
- Where it lives now: Royal Collection
This is one of Frith's pencil sketches for this painting
His personal life and marital affairs make for interesting reading!
Who guessed correct?
Alyson Champ (The Chronicle of Wasted Time) got the correct answer first. I loved this contribution she found en route to locating this painting
Interesting to note that this panoramic seaside painting took 3 years to complete and contains over 100 figures (yikes!). Queen Victoria fell in love with it and bought it from Frith for a thousand pounds. A princely sum for the time!Others who guessed correctly (or very nearly so) were:
- Colours and Textures
- Sandra Robinson
- Mary theartistsday
- Maywyn Studio
- Barbara Jackson
If you'd like to study how people get the correct answer try studying past challenges which are listed in the Page Who painted this? - at the the top of the Page. Since of the requirements is to say how you found it, you can see the various ways people get to the answer.