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  • Emily Mary Osborn, 1834-1925, British
  • The Governess
  • Painting
  • genre subject
  • 1860
  • Oil on canvas
  • 13 3/4 x 11 1/2 inches (34.9 x 29.2 cm)
  • No inscription
  • Not signed, not dated
  • Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
  • B1987.2
  • http://collections.britishart.yale.edu/vufind/Record/1666170
  • anger; wealth; contrast; gesture; satire; children; boys; girls; teacher; tutor; art; teaching; pointing; dolls; educator; educated; fireplace; ribbon; headpiece; velvet; window; table; Furnishings; hairpiece; toys; painting (visual work); paintings; mother; dog (animal)
  • 1360
  • Yale Center for British Art
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