Whistler’s Mother

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Painted by an American, living in London, and then bought by the French. Yes, it was that good. It hangs in the Musée d’Orsay in Paris having been bought by the French State in 1891
Described as a “Victorian Mona Lisa”. High praise indeed!
“Whistler’s Mother”, along with a handful of other famous paintings, immediately speaks to the viewer, transcending the art world into popular culture

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