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Self Portrait, the artist is painting the King of Sweden
July 15, 1718|
|Died||July 5, 1793
Alexander Roslin (July 15, 1718 – July 5, 1793) was a Swedish portrait painter.
He died in Paris on July 5, 1793.
A number of portraits of Russian Imperial statesmen have been attributed to Roslin, including portraits of Ivan Betskoi and Ivan Shuvalov. He also painted some notable portraits of Polish and French aristocratic ladies. The vast majority of his paintings feature aristocrats and nobility in Europe.
Ivan Betskoy, 1777
The Lady with the Veil (The Artist's Wife), 1768, dressed "á la Bolognaise"
Jeanne Sophie de Vignerot du Plessis, Countess d’Egmont Pignatelli, 1763
Catherine the Great, 1776–1777
Gustav III of Sweden, 1777
Christian VII of Denmark, 1772
Portrait of Grand Duchess Maria Feodorovna at the age of 18, 1777
Portrait of Jean-Rodolphe Perronet and his wife
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