Alexander Roslin, 1768 - The Lady with the Veil (the Artist's Wife) - fine art print

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English: The Lady with the Veil is one of the Nationalmuseum’s best loved paintings. The woman in the portrait is partially hidden by a black silk veil. Beneath the veil she is dressed for a special occasion in white lace and pink silk. During the 18th century, theatre was an important part of the life of the upper classes. Dressing up, disguising oneself and playing dramatic roles was a common pastime. The Lady with the Veil shows how one could dress up à la bolonaise – in the style of Bologna. The woman is smiling in a tempting fashion yet she seems to want to remain secretive. She only shows part of herself. There are many anonymous portraits of women in collections around the world. Often they have been part of a pair of portraits of man and wife – so called pendant portraits. It is not unusual for such portraits to have become separated over the years. And since the influence of the women has been underestimated in writing the history of art, their names and identities have often been forgotten. For this reason, many of Roslin’s portraits now bear the title “Unknown Woman”. But the Lady with the veil is not one of these forgotten women. For she was Alexander Roslin’s wife: the French portrait artist Marie Suzanne Giroust. Fans were not just a practical item for social gatherings. Fans could also be used for sending secret messages. There were numerous ways of holding, opening and closing fans. Each way meant something specific. The lady with the veil has folded her fan and is using it to stroke her cheek. This might mean: I love you! It was once the artist himself who received this message while he was painting his wife. Nowadays we are the recipients as we regard the painting and perhaps we let ourselves be seduced by the veiled woman… I inventarieböckerna på Österby bruk kallades den här målningen Porträtt av enögt fruntimmer. Idag finns den på Nationalmuseum där den fått titeln Damen med slöjan. Damen ifråga är konstnären Alexander Roslins fru Suzanne, född Giroust. Det var inte på grund av att det var något fel på hennes öga som Roslin målade henne med en slöja som döljer halva ansiktet. Hon är klädd à la Bolognaise - en dräkt som kvinnorna i Bologna, Italien, bar. Svensken Alexander Roslin var en av 1700-talets mest anlitade porträttmålare. Han hade en internationell karriär med uppdrag i en rad europeiska länder. 1752 bosatte han sig i Paris där han öppnade en ateljé. Flera av hans välbeställda kunder reste till Paris enbart för att bli målades av Roslin "le Suédois". Särskilt uppskattad blev han för sin skicklighet att återge de sinnliga kvaliteterna hos en len pudrad hy, mjuk sammet eller frasande siden. Men han kritiserades också för att vara ytlig. I Paris träffade Roslin pastellmålaren Suzanne Giroust. Trots att hon i tät följd födde fem barn i början av äktenskapet fortsatte hon sin konstnärliga yrkesbana. Hon var en av få kvinnor som på sin tid valdes in i den franska konstakademin och hon ställde ut på den prestigefyllda Salongen. 38 år gammal dog Suzanne i bröstcancer. Roslin målade genom åren fem olika porträtt av sin vackra hustru alla lika innerligt kärleksfulla.

Artwork background information

Piece of art name: "The Lady with the Veil (the Artist's Wife)"
Artwork classification: painting
Generic term: classic art
Period: 18th century
Year: 1768
Approximate age of artwork: around 250 years old
Dimensions of the original artwork: Height: 65 cm (25,5 ″); Width: 54 cm (21,2 ″) Framed: Height: 80 cm (31,4 ″); Width: 69 cm (27,1 ″)
Exhibited in: Nationalmuseum Stockholm
Museum location: Stockholm, Stockholm County, Sweden
Museum website: Nationalmuseum Stockholm
License: public domain
Courtesy of: Nationalmuseum Stockholm & Wikimedia Commons

Short overview of the artist

Name of the artist: Alexander Roslin
Alternative names: Roslin, A. Roslin, רוזלין אלכסנדר, Rosseline, M. Roslin, Alexander Rosselyn, Roslin Alexandre, Rosselin, Alexander Roslin, Rosselyn, Roslin Alexander, Roslin Svezzese
Artist gender: male
Nationality of artist: Swedish
Jobs: painter
Country of the artist: Sweden
Artist category: old master
Art styles: Rococo
Died aged: 75 years
Born in the year: 1718
Born in (place): Malmo, Skane, Sweden
Year of death: 1793
Deceased in (place): Paris, Ile-de-France, France

Product information

Article categorization: art print
Reproduction: digital reproduction
Production technique: UV direct printing
Product Origin: produced in Germany
Stock type: on demand
Product use: art print gallery, home design
Orientation of the image: portrait alignment
Aspect ratio: 1 : 1.2
Implication: the length is 20% shorter than the width
Materials: poster print (canvas paper), acrylic glass print (with real glass coating), metal print (aluminium dibond), canvas print
Canvas print (canvas on stretcher frame) options: 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) options: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Aluminium dibond print: 50x60cm - 20x24", 100x120cm - 39x47"
Frame: without frame

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About this art product

The 18th century artwork titled The Lady with the Veil (the Artist's Wife) was painted by the rococo artist Alexander Roslin in 1768. The version of the artpiece has the following size: Height: 65 cm (25,5 ″); Width: 54 cm (21,2 ″) Framed: Height: 80 cm (31,4 ″); Width: 69 cm (27,1 ″). It is included in the Nationalmuseum Stockholm's collection. We are delighted to state that the work of art, which is part of the public domain is being supplied with courtesy of Nationalmuseum Stockholm & Wikimedia Commons.The creditline of the artpiece is the following: . In addition to this, the alignment of the digital reproduction is in portrait format and has a side ratio of 1 : 1.2, meaning that the length is 20% shorter than the width. The painter Alexander Roslin was an artist, whose artistic style can be classified as Rococo. The Swedish artist lived for 75 years, born in the year 1718 in Malmo, Skane, Sweden and deceased in the year 1793 in Paris, Ile-de-France, France.

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