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Flaming June

  Buy now from barewalls.com1895: Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico

This painting first was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1895. It was originally intended as a decorative bas-relief for the marble bath on which the figure in his 'Summer Studies' reclines. He was suffering from his last illness while painting this picture, and he died the following year. The painting was purchased cheaply by the Museo de Arte in Puerto Rico following the decline in popularity of Victorian painting.
 
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