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Sir William Blake Richmond, Studies for "The Wise and Foolish Virgins" (recto), NGA 76126

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Sir William Blake Richmond, Studies for "The Wise and Foolish Virgins" (recto), NGA 76126

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William Blake Richmond lived up to his name: he was a precocious artist, gaining himself a place at the Royal Academy of Art when he was only fourteen years old. William Blake Richmond (1842–1921), The Mirror of Narcissus (1860), further details not known. Image by Gastair, via Wikimedia Commons. After only two years of study there, he painted The Mirror of Narcissus (1860). This shows an unusually feminine figure standing on a chaise admiring themself in the mirror.

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1842 - 1921
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National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
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