Thomas Eakins, 1883 - Arcadia - fine art print
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Summarization of the replica
The masterpiece was painted by the male artist Thomas Eakins in 1883. The version of the artpiece was made with the dimensions: 38 5/8 x 45 in (98,1 x 114,3 cm) and was painted with the medium oil on canvas. Furthermore, this work of art is included in the digital art collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art located in New York City, New York, United States of America. This public domain work of art is included with courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876–1967), 1967. Creditline of the artwork: Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876–1967), 1967. On top of that, alignment of the digital reproduction is landscape with a ratio of 1.2 : 1, which means that the length is 20% longer than the width. Thomas Eakins was a male photographer, painter, sculptor, art educator of American nationality, whose artistic style can mainly be classified as Realism. The North American painter was born in 1844 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia county, Pennsylvania, United States and passed away at the age of 72 in 1916 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia county, Pennsylvania, United States.
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Product background data
|Print categorization:||art reproduction|
|Method of reproduction:||digital reproduction|
|Manufacturing process:||digital printing|
|Manufacturing:||made in Germany|
|Type of stock:||on demand|
|Proposed product use:||art print gallery, wall décor|
|Aspect ratio:||length to width 1.2 : 1|
|Implication:||the length is 20% longer than the width|
|Available product fabrics:||metal print (aluminium dibond), poster print (canvas paper), canvas print, acrylic glass print (with real glass coating)|
|Canvas print (canvas on stretcher frame) size variants:||60x50cm - 24x20", 120x100cm - 47x39", 180x150cm - 71x59"|
|Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) variants:||60x50cm - 24x20", 120x100cm - 47x39"|
|Poster print (canvas paper) variants:||60x50cm - 24x20", 120x100cm - 47x39"|
|Aluminium dibond print variants:||60x50cm - 24x20", 120x100cm - 47x39"|
|Frame:||unframed art print|
Structured details of the piece of art
|Name of the painting:||"Arcadia"|
|Generic term:||modern art|
|Age of artwork:||over 130 years|
|Painted on:||oil on canvas|
|Original dimensions:||38 5/8 x 45 in (98,1 x 114,3 cm)|
|Exhibited in:||The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
|Location of the museum:||New York City, New York, United States of America|
|Courtesy of:||The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876–1967), 1967|
|Creditline:||Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876–1967), 1967|
Structured artist information
|Name of the artist:||Thomas Eakins|
|Other artist names:||Thomas Eakins, Eakins Thomas, Eakins Thomas Cowperthwaite, Cook C.D., C.D. Cook, Eakins Thomas Cowperthwait, Eakins|
|Nationality of artist:||American|
|Professions of the artist:||photographer, sculptor, painter, art educator|
|Classification of the artist:||modern artist|
|Life span:||72 years|
|Birthplace:||Philadelphia, Philadelphia county, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Place of death:||Philadelphia, Philadelphia county, Pennsylvania, United States|
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Like other academically trained American artists in the 1880s, Eakins explored classical themes but without the typical narrative contrivances and idealized models. Dating from the time of his appointment as director of the school of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Eakins’s series of Arcadian works declared his commitment to the nude as the basis of art and art instruction. To execute this work, he projected photographic images with a magic lantern onto the canvas, and incised reference marks into the pigment to guide his brush. The female figure at left has been identified as Susan Macdowell, the artist’s future wife.