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“She was constantly doing tapestry, petit point, calligraphy, portrait-painting, water colours, tinkering with her herbaceous border, that sort of stuff.”
“It pictures a corpulent, naked Sue Tilley, who achieved fame when her portrait-painting "Benefits Supervisor Sleeping" 1995, sold to Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich in 2008 at Christie's New York for $33.6 million.”
“And his wife Margaret Burr must have been happy: no beautiful women, only trees, bushes, hills, streams, horses and cows… But, back to his portrait-painting days.”
“In 2002, during a downturn in Japan, the House of Councillors reduced the pay of Diet lawmakers by 10 percent, and ended the transportation allowance, portrait-painting and pension given senior lawmakers.”
“The event opened with an interactive portrait-painting session.”
“Rosalba in portrait-painting, both in miniature and at large, in oil as well as in crayons.”
“He would have done very well in it, in portrait-painting especially.”
“Get the lay of the land ahead of time by spending Christmas at the Four Seasons Resort, where guests can enjoy a variety of seasonal activities, from making s'mores over a bonfire to a family portrait-painting session in the library.”
“He thought portrait-painting an improper employment for a woman.”
“Yet they have family portraits that go back to the Wars of the Roses and the first portrait-painting in England, and very fine some of them are; I happen to know, because they asked for my professional advice in overhauling them.”
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