Friday, January 14, 2011

Emily Mary Osborn - Nameless and Friendless, 1857


Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

So much is happening in the outskirts of the picture, it took my eye a few moments to reach the subject - part of the point and clever of the artist.


Hermes said...

I suspect this was one of the great fears of the middle class Victorian at a time with no welfare state to fall back on.

Anonymous said...

does anyone perhaps know where the original painting is displayed? i really need it for a project in school!