A Gipsy Girl

A Gipsy Girl

J. Pittendrigh MacGillivray

c. 1899

"Mr. Macgillivray . . . is an artist equally at home with portraits of men and women. . . . He endows his busts of women with that inexpressible style, the bloom on the flower or the colour of the peach, which gives to the feminine portraits of Gainsborough and Romney, for example, their delightful charm. — The Studio, 1899]

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