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Art Magic Sophie Anderson Painter (Nx Power Lite)

  1. 1. ART MAGIC SOPHIE ANDERSON PAINTER 28.07.09 12:37 PM Yanni Pachelbel Cannon
  2. 2. Autumn Princess
  3. 3. A New Friend
  4. 4. A Spring Beauty
  5. 5. Portrait of Young
  6. 6. Ready for the Ball
  7. 7. Young Girl Fixing
  8. 8. Yong Girl Garland marguerite
  9. 9. Wait for me
  10. 10. Young Girl
  11. 11. Awake
  12. 12. Christmas Angel
  13. 13. Birdsong
  14. 14. Dinner
  15. 15. A Flower Seller in Capri,Italy
  16. 16. Far -Away Thoughts
  17. 17. Hanging the Garlands
  18. 18. No Walk Today
  19. 19. Love in a Mist
  20. 20. When The Heart is Young
  21. 21. The Turtle Dove
  22. 22. Windfalls
  23. 23. Peek -a-Boo
  24. 24. Sheperd Piper
  25. 25. Foundling Girls at Prayer in the Chapel
  26. 26. Head of a Nymph
  27. 27. Take the Fair
  28. 28. Sing for your Supper
  29. 29. Here Comes The Gobler
  30. 30. An Opportune Moment
  31. 31. Greek Girl
  32. 32. Touch and Go, to Laugh or No
  33. 33. Lilac Bouquet
  34. 34. The Studio
  35. 35. Girl with Lila
  36. 36. Elaine
  37. 37. Sophie Anderson 1823 - 1903 Sophie Gengembre Anderson was born in Paris, the daughter of a Parisian architect and an English mother. She studied portrait painting in her early years under Baron von Steuben in Paris. At the outbreak of the 1848 Revolution, she moved with her family to America, settling in Cincinnati where she pursued portrait painting. She married the British artist, Walter Anderson, and returned to England in 1854. She exhibited at the Royal Academy during 1855. Anderson's technique was excellent and she was quite adept at depicting fabrics and drapery with outstanding light effects. Among her works were illustrations of 'Historical Collections of the Great West' by Henry Howe in 1852. In 1860 the couple visited Pennsylvania and exhibited at the National Academy. While working for Louis Prang & Co. she produced the popular 'Prattling Primrose' and 'Dotty Dimple' paintings click
  38. 38. T H E E N D July 28,2009 A.C

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