The Studio Mirror
The Studio Mirror by British Painter Albert Henry Collings (1868 – 1947); who specialized in painting figures and portraits.
An alluring portrait of a beautiful young brunette circa 1920s wearing a gold colored flapper cap, gold loop earrings with three green gemstones, a blue-green sheer pajama; and over that a red and gold embroidered dressing robe that has an orange lining with square floral block patterns, and a matching large sash tied around her waist.
She is leaning against a very large trunk with her right forearm, holding a mirror by its handle in her right and looking down into it with her eyes slightly closed, while she adjust her flapper cap with her left hand, positioning it over her left ear.
This is a remastered digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image that is available as a canvas print online.
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Albert was a versatile artist creating artwork in oils, water color as well as pastels; devoting his attention to creating art figures and portraits, which lead him to receive quite a few officials commissions during his career.
For many years he exhibited at the Royal Society of British Arts, to which he became a member in 1897 and showing a total of 98 pieces.
He was also contributed 29 works of art from 1896 to 1938 to the Royal Academy and the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours; as well as showing works at the Paris Salon, where he was awarded a gold medal in 1907 for a portrait he exhibited.