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The Rising of the Sun

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Step by step, speed oil painting of "Watch the sun rise" by Oana Unciuleanu

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The Rising of the Sun is a 1752 oil on canvas painting by François Boucher. It and its pair The Setting of the Sun were both private commissions for Madame de Pompadour as full-scale models for the Gobelins Manufactory. The tapestries produced from the paintings were completed in 1754-1755 and hung in the king's bedroom at château de Bellevue. They were sold together with the rest of her collection on 28th April 1766 and passed through four other collections before being bought on 2nd August 1855 by Richard Seymour-Conway, 4th Marquess of Hertford. Like the rest of his collection, they now hang in the Wallace Collection in London.
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