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This painting, titled "Self-Portrait" by Henri Fantin-Latour, vividly captures the likeness and introspective aura of the artist himself. Painted in 1861, the piece demonstrates remarkable deftness in brushwork and dramatic interplay of light and shadow. Henri Fantin-Latour's visage is rendered with stark, naturalistic details, emphasizing his thoughtful expression and the sharp, penetrating gaze that seems to look right out of the canvas.The subdued color palette primarily features earthy tones, dark backgrounds, and strategic highlights on Fantin-Latour’s face and shirt, which draw the viewer’s focus immediately to his expression. The painting's thick and expressive brush strokes contribute to a sense of immediacy and intimacy, typical of self-portraiture during this period.The choice of dark background not only isolates the figure but also accentuates the luminosity of his skin and the glint in his eyes, suggesting a deep personal engagement and a contemplative mood. Fantin-Latour, known mainly for his still life paintings and group portraits, utilizes this self-portrait to explore his own character and humanity, a common practice among artists seeking to convey their introspective explorations through the canvas.


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Flowers and fruit still life paintings by Henri Fantin-Latou (1836-1904), French painter, illustrator and lithographer. Formally trained at Lecoq de Boisbaudran, he also learned portrait painting by his famous father. He was known for his group compositions of contemporary celebrities in the arts, yet his flower paintings were the most lucrative and particularly appreciated in England.