Thomas Gainsborough , borin in 1727 – died in 1788, was an English portrait and landscape painter, draughtsman, and printmaker. He also surpassed his rival Sir Joshua Reynolds to become the dominant British portraitist of the second half of the 18th century.
My unique, one of a kind miniature diorama scene includes a miniature sized Thomas Gainsborough standing by his easel and a replica of one of his many paintings. He stands affixed to a 6" circular base stained in gray and touched with paint splatters, ( after all, artists aren't known for their neatness!) and he holds a paintbrush in hand.
Thomas wears gray breeches, white shirt, and dark green waistcoat with accenting buttons. His face is hand painted, he has real fiber hair, and he stands a tiny 4 1/2 inches tall ( 11.4 cm).
Debbie Ritter- artist @ uneekdolldesigns.net uneekdolldesigns.etsy.com