The Daily Pic: Gainsborough's "Blue Boy" once held the price record.
Mr Gainsborough had driven again into Blentmouth and taken the train for London.
But with Gainsborough the place was nothing—it was the spirit of it that charmed him.
Reynolds, Gainsborough, and Romney—The portrait painters of the eighteenth century.
The portraits of Gainsborough possess this in a high degree.
Mrs. Gainsborough doubled herself up and smacked her knees in a tempest of wheezy laughter.
"The maid," not "A maid," was the form of reference familiar to Miss Gainsborough.
A far greater contemporary painter, who moved on the fringes of Sir Joshuas circle, was Gainsborough.
Gainsborough found himself regretting London and the little house.
Accident stepped in; Gainsborough lay in bed with a chill and could not move.