Rolinda Sharples (1793 – 1838)
Posted by A. S. Amberson on July 3, 2013
No one knows for sure if Rolinda Sharples was born in New York or in Bath (South West England). As a young girl she started earning her living painting portraits and miniatures and she is generally celebrated as an American woman painter, even though, to tell the truth, she definitively moved back to Bristol in 1811, when she was 18.
Self-Portrait With Her Mother Ellen
Mrs. Ellen Sharples (The Artist’s Mother)
Mrs. Ellen Sharples
Blowing The Candle
The Clifton Racecourse
The Village Gossips
Madame Angelica Catalani
The Woman At The Well
The Virgin In Adoration
The Trial Of Colonel Brereton
The Stoppage Of The Bank
The Cloak-Room At The Clifton Assembly Rooms
Blaise Hamlet Cottages
Sir John Smyth, 4th Bt.
Rev. Sydney Smith
Reverend George Crabbe
Young Gentleman Wearing A Jabot And Long Jacket
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