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Classic Anniversary Art: Portrait of a Young Couple

Date: September 23, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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Artist Jacob Jordaens captured this young married couple in the classic 17th Century artistic style. Their pose and subtle manner, although minimal, suggests affection and contains a undertone of the classic Wedding Art Tradition

Classic Anniversary Art: Portrait of a 17th Century Couple

Date: September 16, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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This portrait painted by an unknown artist, shows a 17th Century Couple. Wether this was done to have hung up in their home, or created for a special occasion like an Anniversary, this work of art is a beautiful example of Traditional Anniversary Art with a soft, romantic touch.

Classic Anniversary Art: An 18th Century Postcard

Date: September 9, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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Used in New Orleans for a french style bakery, this postcard, although not an oil painting like most Traditional Anniversary art, still embodies all the romance and style of this artistic tradition. The delicate colors and dedicated look of her partner really shows that fashion and style may change, but the classic love two people share never will.

 

Classic Wedding Art Style: Jacopo Amigoni

Date: September 7, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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Although Wedding and Anniversary art has come a long way in style and form, there's something to be said about the classic 18th Century Wedding Art produced by so many influential artists. Jacopo Amigoni was an artist during the Baroque and Rococo period and created gorgeous work of art, like the one seen above. Although the style is vastly different from today, it still holds the spirit and core of Wedding and Anniversary art.

Classic Wedding Art: Franz Christoph Janneck's 18th Century Couple

Date: September 2, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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This stunning painting of an 18th Century Couple done by Franz Christoph Janneck captures the beauty of soul of Traditional Wedding Art. The soft colors and intense detail enhances its' beauty and romantic overtones. We love this work of art and how beautifully it honors this artistic tradition.

Classic Anniversary Art: Lady Sunderland

Date: August 26, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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Created in the 1700's this work of art captures Lady Sunderland on her wedding day. Between the classic country side and gorgeous romantic theme of her wedding dress, this work of art is a classic piece within the Traditional Wedding Art world!

Classic Wedding Art: The Wedding of Stephen Beckingham and Mary Cox

Date: August 18, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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Artist William Hogarth stated "my picture is my stage", and thus created revolutionary works of art (similar to his piece above) that captured real life and modern day. His gorgeous work of art captured the wedding of Stephen Beckingham and Mary Cox and is a beautiful example of the Wedding Art Tradition.

Classic Anniversary Art: Antoine Watteau's La Surprise

Date: May 15, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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French painter Antoine Watteau's works embraced color and life, revitalizing the famous Baroque movement. Among his portraits, La Surprise was one of the most famous at pieces, perhaps for it's slightly provocative, but beautiful reflection of a couple in love. La Surprise was just one of the many pieces of Watteau that captured a couple on canvas.

Portrait Of A Married Couple By Jacques Dumont

Date: May 14, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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Jacques Dumont "le Romain" was famously known not only for his ability to capture history with his paint brush, but the beauty and movement of 18th Century Couples. His work seen above is an example of how he took a classic artistic tradition and beautifully commemorated this married couple's life and love.

Classic Anniversary Art: Arthur Devis' Mr. and Mrs. Atherton

Date: May 13, 2013 » posted by Autumn » Comments: No Comments Tags: There is no tags

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English portrait painter Arthur Devis made his mark in the artistic world in the early 1700's with his numerous amount of commissioned pieces for couples on their wedding day. One of his gorgeous pieces, like the one above, shows the couple "Mr. and Mrs. Atherton", and is believed to have been created to commemorate their wedding. 

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