Thursday, November 1, 2012

Setting the Stage - Elegantly costumed French ladies dancing by Jean-Frederic Schall 1752-1825



Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Portrait of a lady, said to be Marie-Madeleine Guimard, called Mademoiselle Guimard, ballerina of the Paris Opéra.

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Danseuse A young lady dancing in a wooded glade 1780s

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Lady Dancing with a Garland 1780s

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Dancer with a Garland 1780s

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Dancer in Louis XVI Costume 1780s

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Dancer with a Rose Decolletage 1780s

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Dancer with Bouquet 1780s

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Dancer with a Tambourine 1780s

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Dancer with a Feather Hat 1780s

Jean-Frederic Schall (French painter, 1752-1825) Woodland Dancer 1780s


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