Portrait of Marie Fargues in a Turkish Dress

Portrait of the artist’s wife, Marie Fargues (ca.1718-1784), in Turkish dress, Jean-Etienne Liotard, 1756 - 1758, Rijksmuseu, Public Domain
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By: Jean-Etienne Liotard (1702-1789) lagligt köpa Tadalafil på nätet Created: 1756-1758, Collection: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands Rights: Public Domain

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الخيارات الثنائية المملكة المتحدة The portrait shows the wife of the painter in turkish dress of the 18th century. Jean-Étienne Liotard visited Istanbul and painted numerous pastels of Turkish domestic scenes; he also continued to wear Turkish dress for much of the time when back in Europe. Using modern dress was considered unheroic and inelegant, in history painting by using Middle Eastern settings with Europeans wearing local costume, as travelers were advised to do. Many travelers had themselves painted in exotic Eastern dress on their return, as did many who had never left Europe, including the famous “fashion icon” of the time, Madame de Pompadour, mistress of Louis XV and a contemporary of Liotard. Liotard’s eccentric adoption of oriental costume secured him the nickname of the “Turkish painter”. Source for the description: Wikipedia

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