Add to your home décor with this reproduction print by John Anster Fitzgerald, exclusively from the Chazen Museum of Art and 1000 Museums.
John Anster Fitzgerald was a Victorian era fairy painter and portrait artist. He was nicknamed “Fairy Fitzgerald” for his main genre. Fitzgerald created “remarkable fairy pictures of pure fantasy, rarely based on any literary theme.” His paintings often use brilliant colors, especially reds, blues, and purples, as seen here in The Intruder.
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John Anster Fitzgerald (English, 1832-after 1906), The Intruder, ca. 1865, watercolor, bodycolor, graphite, and gum arabic, Carolyn T. Anderson, Brittingham, Alice Drews Gladfelter Memorial, Harry and Margaret P. Glicksman, Alexander and Henrietta W. Hollaender, Earl O. Vits, and Mary Katharina Williams and Martin P. Schneider Endowment Funds purchase, 2001.42