"William Albert Ablett Portrait Of A Young Girl"From the late nineteenth, early twentieth, oil on canvas framed in medallion on key frame depicting a beautiful portrait of a girl, signed lower right William Ablett, with a shipment. Very beautiful subject with an expressive look, finely painted. Gilded wooden frame. Dimensions of the canvas at sight 55x46 cm. Frame dimensions 61.5 cmx52.5 cm. The white micro dots appearing in the photos are only a reflection of the varnish of the canvas. This painting is in very good condition. ABLETT, William-Albert (1877-1937) - A painter born in Paris of British parents, he was a pupil of A. Aublet and Gérôme and pursued a respectable Parisian career while maintaining ties with his homeland. Received first at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, he exhibited at the Salon of French Artists in 1900 and in London in 1902 and 1904. He was a member of the Royal Academy of London while remaining a partner of the National Society of Fine Arts. arts where he sent works until 1936. He took part in the exhibition of Liege in 1909 where he was distinguished, in the circle of the "Epatant", in Monte-Carlo, Toulouse, Rouen, Douai and Pau. Painter of genre and portraits, he illustrated the dangerous liaisons of Laclos. William Ablett distinguished himself as a portraitist by making effigies of several personalitiesfrench and british. He is also dedicated to genre scenes. Women occupy a central place in his work. He represents them encamped in daily attitudes, lying on a sofa, busy with their toilet or reading a book.