Lazybird by Frederick Leighton

Leighton began experimenting with sculpture when he came up with the use of “auxiliary” clay models when working on multi-figured canvases. These models, as we remember, helped the artist to

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Music Lesson by Frederick Leighton

In the second half of the 19th century, the fashion of “oriental” paintings appeared in Europe. The demand for everything “Oriental” has grown rapidly. The artists, however, did not pursue

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War Industry by Frederick Leighton

Leighton always said: “Fresco is the highest genre of painting, for which I am ready to make any sacrifices.” Interest in wall paintings originated from Leighton in his youth, when

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