The Cloak-Room, Clifton Assembly Rooms

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The Clifton Assembly Rooms had opened in 1811 and Rolinda Sharples chose a society gathering there for her very first multi-figure painting. Ladies and gentlemen are arriving at a ball and a maid in the foreground is helping with one lady's overshoes.Although the' technique and composition is unsophisticated, the painting has a charm and accuracy of observation which has made it one of her most popular works. 
Oil on canvas, 1818.
Art Print Sizes:
  • Small - 30 x 40 cm
  • Medium - 45 x 60 cm
  • Large - 60 x 80 cm
  • X Large - 75 x 100cm 

Stretched Canvas Sizes:
  • Small - 36 x 40cm 
  • Medium - 54 x 60 cm 
  • Large - 72 x 80 cm 
  • X Large - 90 x 100 cm
Unstretched Canvas size
  • Small - 50 x 54 cm 
  • Medium - 68 x 74 cm 
  • Large - 86 x 94 cm 
  • X Large - 104 x 114 cm  


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