Nameless and Friendless by Emily Mary Osborn
Engraving after the painting by Emily Mary Osborn, which was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1857 and subsequently at the 1862 International Exhibition. A young woman, recently bereaved, visits an art dealer in order to sell a painting. The picture conveyed the isolation felt by women artists at the time in the male-dominated world of art.
5464 x 4215 pixels
Print Size @ 300 dpi
18 x 14 inches / 46 x 36 cm
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