Friday, August 17, 2012

Edwin Longsden Long

Edwin Longsden Long (1829-1891) was a painter of portraits, historical and Biblical scenes.

 Alethe, Attendant of the Sacred Ibis (1888)
[in some places I've seen the title given as Ale, the Attendant of the Sacred Ibis]

 An Ancient Custom

 An Egyptian Feast (1877)

 Anno Domini (1883)

 Love's Labour Lost (1885)

 Pharaoh's Daughter - The Finding of Moses (1886)

 Queen Esther (1878)

 Stafford Henry Northcote, 1st Earl of Iddesleigh (1882)

 The Daughters of Our Empire. England The Primrose (1887)

 The Gods and Their Makers (1878)

 The Babylonian Slave Market (1875)
[sometimes called The Babylonian Marriage Market]

 The Suppliants: Expulsion of the Gypsies from Spain (1872)

Uncle Tom and Little Eva (1866)

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