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Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   
The Blue Boy (Portrait of Jonathan Buttall)
1770; English; Rococo; Huntington Art Collections, San Marino
Thomas Gainsborough
   was born on   
May 14, 1727
English portrait painter
Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews
C. 1749, oil on canvas, National Gallery, London
Thomas Gainsborough
   represents   
Rococo
English Painter
Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   

An Officer of the 4th Regiment of Foot; 1776-1780; English; Rococo; National Gallery of Victoria, Australia; oil on canvas; 230 x 156 cm
Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   

Coastal Scene with Shipping and Cattle; 1781-1784; English; Rococo; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 76 x 64 cm
Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   

Landscape with Cottage and Church; 1771-1772; English; Rococo; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.; minor black chalk with oil on canvas; 62 x 69 cm
Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   

Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg; 1777-1778; English; Rococo; Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 76 x 63 cm
Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   

Seashore with Fishermen; 1781-1782; English; Rococo; National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 102 x 128 cm
Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   

The Blue Boy (Portrait of Jonathan Buttall); 1770; English; Rococo; Huntington Library, Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 178 x 122 cm
Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   

William Pitt; 1787-1789; English; Rococo; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 76 x64 cm
Thomas Gainsborough
   painted   

The Reverand William Stevens; 1780; English; Rococo; The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; oil on canvas; 126 x 100 cm






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