From WikiGallery

Jump to: navigation, search
Share:        Link to this page
Jump to: navigation, search

William Chalmers Bethune His Wife Isabella Morison And Their Daughter Isabella 1804

by Sir David Wilkie

William Chalmers Bethune His Wife Isabella Morison And Their Daughter Isabella 1804 - Sir David Wilkie
Order as handmade oil painting

William Chalmers Bethune His Wife Isabella Morison And Their Daughter Isabella 1804 - Sir David Wilkie

[locked]

Information

Description
English: "William Chalmers Bethune His Wife Isabella Morison And Their Daughter Isabella 1804" oil on Canvas.
Source

http://www.wikigallery.org/

Author

Sir David Wilkie

Download

Click here to download image

Permission

Free for non commercial use. See below. Click here to report copyright issues.

Like it

[locked]

Licensing

Public domain This image (or other media file) is in the public domain because its copyright has expired. However - you may not use this image for commercial purposes and you may not alter the image or remove the WikiGallery watermark.

This applies to the United States, Canada, the European Union and those countries with a copyright term of life of the author plus 70 years.


Note that a few countries have copyright terms longer than 70 years: Mexico has 100 years, Colombia has 80 years, and Guatemala and Samoa have 75 years. This image may not be in the public domain in these countries, which moreover do not implement the rule of the shorter term. Côte d'Ivoire has a general copyright term of 99 years and Honduras has 75 years, but they do implement that rule of the shorter term.


[locked]

Rate this Painting

Current Rating:
10.00 stars of max. 10
Click on the stars
to rate this painting


[locked]

Next Paintings

William IV (1765-1837) from Illustrations of English and Scottish History Volume II - Sir David Wilkie
William IV (1765-1837) from Illustrations of English and Scottish History Volume II - Sir David Wilkie
Woman with a Baby Kneeling at a Confessional - Sir David Wilkie
Woman with a Baby Kneeling at a Confessional - Sir David Wilkie
[locked]

Related Paintings

Paolo And Francesca - Sir Joseph Noel Paton
Paolo And Francesca - Sir Joseph Noel Paton
To the Surprise of the Lady of Ivanhoe Her Fair Visitant Kneeled On One Knee - Maurice William Greiffenhagen
To the Surprise of the Lady of Ivanhoe Her Fair Visitant Kneeled On One Knee - Maurice William Greiffenhagen
An Israeli Mother - John Rogers Herbert
An Israeli Mother - John Rogers Herbert
The Healing of the Cripple and Raising of Tabitha (detail) - Tommaso Masolino (da Panicale)
The Healing of the Cripple and Raising of Tabitha (detail) - Tommaso Masolino (da Panicale)
Henry and Frances Read of Walthamstow 1783 - John Opie
Henry and Frances Read of Walthamstow 1783 - John Opie
The Love Letter - Jean Carolus
The Love Letter - Jean Carolus
A Gentleman In Yellow Schooling A Horse - (after) Michaelanglo Cerquozzi
A Gentleman In Yellow Schooling A Horse - (after) Michaelanglo Cerquozzi
The French in Cairo in 1800 - Walter Charles Horsley
The French in Cairo in 1800 - Walter Charles Horsley
An Elegant Lady - Servais-Joseph Detilleux
An Elegant Lady - Servais-Joseph Detilleux
[locked]

Oil Paintings related news

Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month focuses on unity, resilience - The Jakarta Post - Jakarta Post
The CDC's Misappropriation of a Chinese Textile, and Why It Matters - Hyperallergic
Artists light up Seattle’s Asian Art Museum with message of hope and solidarity - GeekWire
Harvard Art Museums Announce New Tours of "Painting Edo" Exhibition on Google Arts & Culture - ArtfixDaily
Forum: Wanted: Art galleries willing to invest in Asian artists, exhibitions - The Straits Times
Three artist-led initiatives that are chronicling the coronavirus experience - Art Newspaper
San Francisco Sanctions Once-Shunned Homeless Encampments - gvwire.com
SF Used to Trash Homeless Tents – Now the City Will Sanction These 'Safe Sleeping Sites' - KQED
Jean Shin’s Latest Installation Showed the Environmental Impact of Our Desire to Connect - ARTnews
Einaudi student workers jump into global careers - Cornell Chronicle
Personal tools