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“Once, having been commissioned by the grandfather of the present kaiser, namely, old Emperor William, to paint a picture of his coronation as King of Prussia, he reproduced with too much exactitude, and too little flattery, the features of the emperor's exceedingly vain and by no means youthful consort, Empress Augusta.”
“He was requested to visit the palace and paint a picture of one of the Queen's deerhounds.”
“The perfect willingness of Lastman to paint a picture on any desired subject, and have it ready Saturday night, all in the colors the patron desired, with a guarantee that it would give satisfaction, filled the heart of Rembrandt with loathing.”
“My deepest thanks to Bill Murphy, Bob Queeney, Todd Musburger and Stuart Nudelman, who helped paint a picture of the early days.”
“The portrait of Thorwaldsen was completed and became the property of Philip Hone, Esq., who had given Morse a commission to paint a picture for one hundred dollars, the subject to be left to the discretion of the artist.”
“Through the influence of Mr. Lowndes, a Liverpool art-patron, Haydon received a commission to paint a picture of 'Christ blessing Little Children,' for the Blind Asylum at Liverpool, at a price of L400.”
“The residents of Franklin County are proud of their heritage, and they paint a picture of gentle folk, hardworkers who distill a little to make ends meet, or just for the craft and love of it.”
“Lord Grey then suggested that Haydon should paint a picture of the great Reform Banquet, which was to be held in the Guildhall on July 11.”
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