Going to Business

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– James Tissot was one of the most prominent Victorian painters in London. The painting is part of Victorian Panorama: Paintings of Victorian Life published by Christopher Wood in 1976.
– Tissot often involves the viewer in his paintings. In this particular painting, the horse and carriage appear to be moving slowly toward the viewer.

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While Jacques Joseph Tissot was known for painting fashionably dressed women and scenes from the Bible, he also painted social life in Paris. Going to Business depicts a business man in a horse drawn carriage reading a newspaper presumably on his way to work. The work was one part of the Christopher Wood Gallery until it was purchased in 1977. Going to Business sold for $180,000.

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