Thomas Gainsborough

  1. English portrait and landscape painter (1727-1788)
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  • The paintings, Madam Bacelli by Thomas Gainsborough, worth 2.5m, and The Scene of Florence by Bernado Belloto, worth 1.27m, have not been seen since, but are considered unsellable.
  • If you can't laugh at Anthony van Dyck's boozed-up cavaliers, Thomas Gainsborough's cadaverous, blue-faced debutantes or Damien Hirst's 13-foot shark in a few thousand gallons of formaldehyde, you're really missing out on some great fun. Three Tips for Surviving the Art Museum
  • The London-based Arts Lost Register (ALR) said the two works, Madame Baccelli by Thomas Gainsborough and View of Florence by Bernardo Belloto, together worth £ 3 million, were unsellable.
  • David ventures from the River Stour in Suffolk, past the idyllic millstreams where Constable worked alongside his father as a boy, and on to Sudbury, the birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough.
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