Albert Joseph Moore (After), Two Maidens

Albert Joseph Moore (After), Two Maidens

This beautiful 19th-century silk print is after a work by Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893) and depicts two ‘maidens’ draped in delicately embroidered robes. It’s a rare find and signed by Moore in the lower left.

Moore was an important figure in the ‘aesthetic movement’, which advocated ‘art for art’s sake’ and the pursuit of beauty. It was a reaction to the restrictive nature of Victorian society - a visual explosion against the starched collars of rigid expectations.

The print was published by Dowdenwell and Dowdenwell, London in 1884.

Signed in pencil, framed and glazed.

Learn more about Albert Joseph Moore in our directory.

Medium: Print on silk
Overall size: 17½” x 26½” / 45cm x 68cm
Year of creation: c. 1884
Condition: Artwork presents well. Frame with some light wear.

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