Sir Henry Raeburn, 1794 - Mrs. Richard Alexander Oswald (Louisa Johnston, ?born about 1760, died 1797) - fine art print

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In 1794 Sir Henry Raeburn painted the rococo artwork Mrs. Richard Alexander Oswald (Louisa Johnston, ?born about 1760, died 1797). The more than 220 year-old original version measures the size: 48 1/2 x 40 7/8 in (123,2 x 103,8 cm) and was painted with the techinque of oil on canvas. Today, this artwork can be viewed in in the The Metropolitan Museum of Art's digital art collection, which is one of the world's largest and finest art museums, which includes more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistory to the present and from every part of the globe.. We are happy to mention that the masterpiece, which is part of the public domain is being included with courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Gift of Mrs. Paul Moore, 1980. Creditline of the artwork: Gift of Mrs. Paul Moore, 1980. Furthermore, alignment is portrait and has an aspect ratio of 1 : 1.2, meaning that the length is 20% shorter than the width. Sir Henry Raeburn was a painter from Scotland, whose style can be classified as Rococo. The European painter was born in the year 1756 and died at the age of 67 in the year 1823.

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We offer a range of different sizes and materials for every product. Pick your favorite material and size between the options:

  • Metal (aluminium dibond print): This is a metal print manufactured on aluminium dibond material with a true depth effect. A direct Aluminium Dibond Print is your excellent start to art prints made on aluminum. The bright and white components of the artwork shine with a silky gloss but without any glow. Colors are bright and luminous in the highest definition, the fine details appear crisp.
  • Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating): A glossy print on acrylic glass, which is sometimes named as a plexiglass print, makes your favorite original artwork into amazing wall decoration. What is more, it makes a good alternative option to canvas or dibond prints. The great advantage of an acrylic glass print is that contrasts and minor color details will be visible due to the fine tonal gradation. Our acrylic glass protects your selected art print against light and external influences for many more years.
  • Printed poster (canvas material): Our poster is a UV printed sheet of flat canvas with a fine finish on the surface, that reminds the actual work of art. Please keep in mind, that depending on the size of the poster we add a white margin between 2-6cm round about the artwork, which facilitates the framing.
  • Canvas print: A canvas direct print is a printed cotton canvas stretched on a wood frame. How can I hang a canvas on my wall? The advantage of canvas prints is that they are relatively low in weight. That means, it is quite simple to hang your Canvas print without additional wall-mounts. A canvas print is suited for any type of wall in your house.

Important legal note: We try to depict our art products as accurately as we can and to display them visually in our shop. At the same time, the tone of the printed materials, as well as the printing can vary somehwat from the image on the monitor. Depending on your screen settings and the quality of the surface, not all color pigments are printed 100% realistically. Bearing in mind that all the art reproductions are processed and printed manually, there might as well be minor deviations in the size and exact position of the motif.

Product information

Product classification: fine art print
Reproduction method: digital reproduction
Manufacturing process: UV direct print (digital printing)
Manufacturing: German production
Stock type: on demand
Proposed product use: wall décor, gallery wall
Alignment of the image: portrait format
Aspect ratio: length to width 1 : 1.2
Implication: the length is 20% shorter than the width
Materials you can choose from: canvas print, acrylic glass print (with real glass coating), metal print (aluminium dibond), poster print (canvas paper)
Canvas on stretcher frame (canvas print) size variants: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47", 150x180cm - 59x71"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) size variants: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47", 150x180cm - 59x71"
Poster print (canvas paper) size options: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Aluminium print: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Art print framing: not included

Structured artwork information

Work of art title: "Mrs. Richard Alexander Oswald (Louisa Johnston, ?born about 1760, died 1797)"
Categorization of the artwork: painting
Broad category: classic art
Period: 18th century
Created in the year: 1794
Age of artwork: 220 years old
Painted on: oil on canvas
Size of the original artwork: 48 1/2 x 40 7/8 in (123,2 x 103,8 cm)
Exhibited in: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum location: New York City, New York, United States of America
Website Museum: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Artwork license type: public domain
Courtesy of: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Gift of Mrs. Paul Moore, 1980
Artwork creditline: Gift of Mrs. Paul Moore, 1980

Artist details table

Artist name: Sir Henry Raeburn
Gender: male
Artist nationality: Scottish
Jobs: painter
Home country: Scotland
Artist classification: old master
Art styles: Rococo
Died aged: 67 years
Year born: 1756
Died in the year: 1823

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Original artwork specifications as provided by the museum's website (© - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

The portrait was painted about a year after the sitter’s marriage in 1793 to Richard Alexander Oswald. In praise of her beauty, the Scottish poet Robert Burns wrote a song, "O, Wat ye Wha’s in Yon Town." The setting sun brilliantly illuminates the sky through a screen of tree trunks and foliage, a device Raeburn favored in the mid-1790s. The subject is shown seated outdoors holding a book, lost in thought.

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