Queen Charlotte (1744-1818) with her two Eldest Sons by Allan Ramsay (1713-84) (artist) c. 1764-9 In Ramsay’s portrait Queen Charlotte is seated with Prince Frederick, later Duke of York (1763-1827). She leans against a piano on which is a work-box and a copy of John Locke’s 'Some Thoughts Concerning Education' (1693). At her knee stands Prince George, Prince of Wales (later George IV, 1762-1830), with a bow; behind him is a drum.
www.kunstdog.com "Based on photographs of your doggie, I sketch and sketch until I find the perfect representation of the dog’s personality, character and pose. Then I translate this onto the chosen size canvas; study the colours for the fur and background, and start painting with my fingers (yes! I do not use brushes!)."
Work of Korean artist Jungho Lee is a wonderful ode to literature. His illustrations transcribe this pleasant feeling of escape, this touch of magic we feel when we begin to read a book, through fairy-tale like, surreal and fantastical sceneries.