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Prominently featured in this corner of the room is a large portrait of a man, grinning and pointing at the viewer. The portrait hangs above a bright blue settee and is surrounded by a cluster of five small landscapes.
It is not known when the Gays might have acquired this version of Ducreux's painting, of which several replicas and copies are known to exist. Half-closed doors, wrinkled sheets, and cluttered arrangements of bibelots speak as much to the unseen occupants as they do to those qualities innate to a space itself.
Working in his own home, Gay sometimes included images of himself and Matilda, adding a more literal expression of portraiture to his work. Across Photoarchive files, researchers can make their own connections among themes of portraiture and emptiness, and artists like Water Gay, Joseph Ducreux, and Goya and his followers. Frick Madison is open to the public. Advance tickets required for general admission. Reservations encouraged for members.
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