Boca Raton Museum of Art
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European Painting and Sculpture, 1775-1945


The late 18th-century painting "Sarah Siddons as the Grecian Daughter," circa 1772-75 by English artist William Hamilton, dramatically introduces the Museum’s European galleries of 19th century painting. European art forms an introductory core of the Museum’s 19th  and 20th century collections, serving to place more contemporary art movements of the 20th century within an historical grounding. Areas of interest are French painting of the turn-of-the-century, including a wide range from Barbizon paintings, to 12 rare and important Toulouse-Lautrec original, lithographed advertisement posters, to the turbulent Fauvist work of Maurice Vlaminck with two superb oil paintings.

William Hamilton (English, 1751-1801), Sarah Siddons as the Grecian Daughter, circa 1772-75, oil on canvas, 43 x 24 inches
Permanent Collection 1996.025. Gift of Mr. James A. Main



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