8.00" x 7.00"
13.50" x 12.50"
The Promise Framed Print
by Henry Scott Tuke
The Promise by Henry Scott Tuke - 8" x 7"
Archival Matte Paper
CRQ13 - Black Wood (CRQ13)
1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting
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This is a reproduction of The Promise of 1888 by Henry Scott Tuke. This masterpiece of oil on canvas is unusual among Tuke's works. Its... more
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This is a reproduction of "The Promise" of 1888 by Henry Scott Tuke. This masterpiece of oil on canvas is unusual among Tuke's works. Its sentimentality is not typical of Tuke's work which makes it all the more interesting. The models are Jack Rolling and Jessie Nicholls from Flushing, near Falmouth. It was painted in the orchard at Penmere. The ambiguity on Jack's face is at variance with the usual passion of young love. The dimensions of this work is 56.8 by 67.5 centimeters. In 1914 Tu ke was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts having established himself as an independent artist who could afford to work in France, Italy and the West Indies. Tuke died in Falmouth, Cornwall at the age of seventy.
About Henry Scott Tuke
Troy Caperton was born in San Antonio, Texas in 1949. Raised in South Louisiana from 1953, he graduated from Baylor University in 1976 and pursued a Masters in History at the University of Louisiana until 1988 when he moved to Austin, Texas. For over ten years Caperton has been selling his original art and reproductions of original work and the masters through various portals on the Internet. One of his works won a Jurorís Prize at Austinís Art Erotica in 2010. He has always been employed in helping positions and continues to produce works for the enjoyment of the public.
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