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Alexandre Iacovleff, Portrait of Salomé Andronikova (1888-1982), 1922.

Alexandre Iacovleff, Portrait of Salomé Andronikova (1888-1982), 1922.

Александр Евгеньевич Яковлев (1887-1938) — русский живописец и график.

Александр Евгеньевич Яковлев (1887-1938) — русский живописец и график.

Portrait of a Woman Holding a Fan by Frans Hals  Date:1640

Portrait of a Woman Holding a Fan by Frans Hals Date:1640

Alexandr Yakovlev (self-portrait, 1917, GTG)

Alexandr Yakovlev (self-portrait, 1917, GTG)

The silence - silenceforthesoul: Emile Villa - La Japonaise

The silence - silenceforthesoul: Emile Villa - La Japonaise

James Whistler 'Le paravent dore' 1899

James Whistler 'Le paravent dore' 1899

Яковлев Александр Евгеньевич - Анита Лопес в форме разведчицы. 1934

Яковлев Александр Евгеньевич - Анита Лопес в форме разведчицы. 1934

Яковлев Александр Евгеньевич (1887—1938) Ритуал

Яковлев Александр Евгеньевич (1887—1938) Ритуал

Portrait of Mexican Painter Roberto Montenegro , 1915 by Alexander Evgenievich Yakovlev (1887-1938)....Roberto Montenegro Nervo  (1887-1968) was a Mexican painter, muralist and illustrator, who was one of the first to be involved in the Mexican muralism movement after the Mexican Revolution...all in white...interesting background detail.

Portrait of Mexican Painter Roberto Montenegro , 1915 by Alexander Evgenievich Yakovlev (1887-1938)....Roberto Montenegro Nervo (1887-1968) was a Mexican painter, muralist and illustrator, who was one of the first to be involved in the Mexican muralism movement after the Mexican Revolution...all in white...interesting background detail.

"Blue Kimono" by William Merritt Chase (1898) - "The widespread interest in all things Japanese--art, furnishings, costume, etc.--blossomed after the opening of Japan to Western trade in 1853-54. Western woman began adopting Japanese fashions & portrait painters were excited by the new color & patterns these costumes presented."

"Blue Kimono" by William Merritt Chase (1898) - "The widespread interest in all things Japanese--art, furnishings, costume, etc.--blossomed after the opening of Japan to Western trade in 1853-54. Western woman began adopting Japanese fashions & portrait painters were excited by the new color & patterns these costumes presented."

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