Still life of flowers in a basket with two butterflies, a dragonfly, a fly and a beetle – sewing period

Painter: Gerard van Spaendonck Colors: 90 Dimensions: 45 * 57 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Sewing period Gerard van Spaendonck (22 March 1746 – 11 May 1822) was a Dutch painter. Gerard was born in Tilburg, an older brother of Cornelis van Spaendonck (1756–1840), who was also an accomplished artist. In the 1760s he studied with decorative...

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Russian beauty in summer garland – sewing period

Painter: Konstantin Makovsky Colors: 90 Dimensions: 25 * 33 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Sewing period Konstantin was born in Moscow as the older son of a Russian art figure and amateur painter, Yegor Ivanovich Makovsky. His mother was a music composer, and hoped her son would one day follow in her footsteps. In 1851 Konstantin entered the Moscow...

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Geisha – sewing period

Painter: Kaamar Thiya Colors: 90 Dimensions: 15 * 20 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Sewing period Geisha – sewing period

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Miriam’s song of praise

Painter: Wilhelm Hensel Colors: 90 Dimensions: 69 * 69 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Price: 15000 € Equivalent to 3739 squares (converted from circle to square or 373900 dots) Wilhelm Hensel (6 July 1794 – 26 November 1861) was a German painter, brother of Luise Hensel, husband to Fanny Mendelssohn, and brother-in-law to Felix...

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The rape of Europe

Painter: François Boucher Colors: 90 Dimensions: 50 * 42 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Price: 10000 € The Rape of Europa, c.1732-34, Wallace Collection, London, England François Boucher (29 September 1703 – 30 May 1770) was a French painter, a proponent of Rococo taste, known for his idyllic and voluptuous paintings on classical themes,...

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A still life study of roses, forget-me-nots and other flowers in an urn, resting on a stone ledge – sewing period

Painter: Harold Clayton Colors: 90 Dimensions: 35 * 43 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Sewing period Harold Clayton (1896 – 1979) was born in London in 1896. He came from an artistic family and was sent to art school in Hackney at an early age. After graduating with distinction, he moved to Harrow Art School and completed the course, once again,...

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A woman

Painter: Robert Campin Colors: 90 Dimensions: 23 * 33.5 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Price: 3500 € This portrait and the portrait of ‘A Man’, presumably of a husband and wife, are a pair and were perhaps originally joined together as a diptych. The backs are marbled, which suggests that they were not intended to be hung against a wall. The...

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A still life study of roses, forget-me-nots and other flowers in an urn, resting on a stone ledge

Painter: Harold Clayton Colors: 90 Dimensions: 35 * 43 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Price: 7500 € Harold Clayton (1896 – 1979) was born in London in 1896. He came from an artistic family and was sent to art school in Hackney at an early age. After graduating with distinction, he moved to Harrow Art School and completed the course, once...

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Miriam’s song of praise – sewing period

Painter: Wilhelm Hensel Colors: 90 Dimensions: 69 * 69 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Sewing period Wilhelm Hensel (6 July 1794 – 26 November 1861) was a German painter, brother of Luise Hensel, husband to Fanny Mendelssohn, and brother-in-law to Felix Mendelssohn. Miriam’s Song of Praise (c.1836) was presented to Queen Victoria by the artist in...

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A man

Painter: Robert Campin Colors: 90 Dimensions: 23 * 33.5 squares1 square is 10 * 10 dots, about 1 centimeter Price: 3500 € Robert Campin (c. 1375 – 26 April 1444), now usually identified as the artist known as the Master of Flémalle, is usually considered the first great master of Early Netherlandish painting. This had been a matter of controversy for decades;...

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