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Voluptuous Gallery

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Choose from 16 pictures in our Voluptuous collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Pin-up Girl playing card by Arthur Ferrier
Pin-up Girl playing card by Arthur Ferrier
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Just Wright by David Wright
Just Wright by David Wright
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Love/Language of Kisses
Love/Language of Kisses
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Comic postcard, Two women in bikinis at the seaside
Comic postcard, Two women in bikinis at the seaside
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Edwardian girls at the opera
Edwardian girls at the opera
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Resting
Resting
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Satirical political cartoon, The Fall of Icarus
Satirical political cartoon, The Fall of Icarus
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Good measure by Merlin Enabnit
Good measure by Merlin Enabnit
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Climbing rose by Merlin Enabnit
Climbing rose by Merlin Enabnit
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Nicole Maurey in Shorts
Nicole Maurey in Shorts
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The Silver Age
The Silver Age
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Grey Silk Dress & Turban
Grey Silk Dress & Turban
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Resting Featured Print

Resting

Resting (1905). Orpen, Sir William 1878-1931. The model used for Resting was one of Orpen?s favourites, a young washerwoman called Lottie Stafford who lived in a decrepit street called Paradise Walk. The bored resignation of the young washerwoman, whose voluptuous beauty is unnoticed in the squalid setting of the steamy laundry, is reminiscent of the displaced young women who appear in Manet?s bars and music halls. A precocious painter and a brilliant draughtsman, Orpen trained at the Metropolitan School in Dublin and, from 1897, at the Slade School in London and was noted for the assured fluency of his technique. Orpen was the most successful portraitist of his generation and a powerful war artist, producing haunting and memorable images of the conflict. After 1902 he returned to Dublin each year to teach at the Metropolitan School, where he influenced a generation of young Irish painters. Date: 1905

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Charles Earl Dorset
Charles Earl Dorset
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Rosepetal Fag-Ends 2
Rosepetal Fag-Ends 2
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19th century Christmas scene
19th century Christmas scene
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Edwardian lady
Edwardian lady
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