lalitab:

The Spanish Girl in Reverie, 1831Washington Allston
Allston explained the subject of this painting in a poem written to accompany its first exhibition. “Sweet Inez” awaits, on the spot of her betrothal, the return of her lover, Isidore, from war.

lalitab:

The Spanish Girl in Reverie, 1831
Washington Allston

Allston explained the subject of this painting in a poem written to accompany its first exhibition. “Sweet Inez” awaits, on the spot of her betrothal, the return of her lover, Isidore, from war.

(Source: laura-b-fernandez)

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