Flashback of the Week

The picturesque scene in ‘Mother and Child’ invites viewers into a intimate moment with mother and daughter. Which makes it all the more surprising that its artist, Lord Frederic Leighton, was an unmarried, childless, Victorian era painter. The celebrated artist rose to popularity during the era, with even Queen Victoria herself scooping up numerous works. Victorian era art subjects invoked feelings of sentimentality, often capturing tender moments. Even today, it’s possible to imagine this cozy moment with your little one–surrounded by lilies, plush carpeting, and, yes, maybe even some cherries.”Куда в России можно вложить деньги. Варианты инвес…

 

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