Paying homage to Vigee le Brun, a prominent French portrait painter of the late eighteenth century who created a name for herself by serving as the portrait painter to Marie Antoinette and renowned European aristocrats, actors, and writers, she created some 660 portraits and 200 landscapes, and her paintings are owned by the Louvre, The National Gallery in London, and Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
She was a controversial self taught artist in a time when women struggled to be accepted into roles beyond their gender expectations.
Whatever takes a satirical look at how this 'powerhouse' of her time might elicit a smile from the staunchest feminist movement, if such a prominent and accomplished lady could be occasionally caught off guard in a modern digital world.
The artwork by renowned Brighton artist Ant Fox, is printed onto 100% premium cotton canvas which is then stretched over a durable wooden frame. The priced 2D ornate frame is wrapped and stretched around the edges of the wooden frame giving it a 3D aspect when hung (kit included).
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