It depicts a standing woman, her figure perfectly adapted to the long, narrow shape of the panel and contrasting with the green background (which has darkened over the years).
The inscription at the upper left corner includes the sitter’s age and the date of the painting but her identity remains unknown, although the rings on her left hand suggest that she belonged to a burgher family.
Do you think Chandler is the first guy that Freddie ever kissed? The guy, Freddie, doesn't have some big theater background or training.
He seems so damn open with what he does on the show, the intimacy, in interviews. He said that he was nervous in the scene where he first had to kiss Chandler. Freddie on the other, seems completely comfortable.
They are all at it in those British boarding schools so maybe some of them could turn up in Salem to resume their dormitory rituals with EJ? It was built and named in 1802, since Salem celebrated its 200-year birthday in 2002.
NHThis portrait entered the Collection two years after the Munich exhibition that brought this important private collection to the attention of the wider public.
Regarding its provenance it is only known that it was with the Fleischmann gallery in Munich in 1930 and that it was included in an exhibition held at that gallery on the German Renaissance portrait, catalogued as by an anonymous German artist.
Schoolteacher Annegret Raunigk made headlines all over the world when she decided to get pregnant at the age of 65.
Some doctors were unsure if her body could handle the stress at that age.
The red is counterbalanced by the black of the bodice above it, while white is used for the areas closest to the face such as the headdress framing the face and the neck of the blouse around the throat.