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Detail from 'Eine Kaffee Schenkerinn' Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter, Offering a Cup of Coffee, 1732, by Balthasar Denner (1685-1749). Steam rises from the coffee, and the dish is being offered with some rapidity, as seen by the spilt liquid in the saucer. I suggest it is not a cup but a dish or "tea bowl" because while no handle is evident, the date of 1732 is well before handles were put to cups in the late 1750s early 1760s.

Detail Eine Kaffee Schenkerinn ‘Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter, Offering a Cup of Coffee, by Balthasar Denner

Albert Anker - Stilleben - Tee und Schmelzbrötchen

Albert Anker 'Tea and Pastry' (Tee und Schmelzbrötchen) 1896 (Swiss artist)

Horace Vernet -- Portrait of Louise Vernet, daughter of the artist

Horace Vernet, Louise Vernet, daughter of the artist detail

Portrait of Giovanna Tornabuoni (née Giovanna degli Albizzi) (detail), 1488, by Domenico Ghirlandaio

missfolly: Portrait of Giovanna Tornabuoni (née Giovanna degli Albizzi) (detail), by Domenico Ghirlandaio

Madame Henriette of France,1754 (Detail) by Jean Marc Nattier - (1685 - 1766)

Madame Henriette of (Detail) by Jean Marc Nattier - - was passionate about music, as Jean-Marc Nattier's portrait shows. She studied the viola da gamba with Jean-Baptiste Forqueray.

Crones are Creative! Artist Mirka Mora at 87, an Australian Living Treasure. At the click, an interview with many photos of the painter and her studio

Mirka Mora (born is a prominent French-born Australian contemporary visual artist, including painting, sculpture, and mosaics.

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