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English portrait and landscape painter (1727-1788)

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And Gilchrist added his second in added time, breaking into the Gainsborough area from the left before sliding the ball past Ravas with a measured finish.
Previous biographers have used this as evidence that Gainsborough would have devoted himself to landscape if he hadn't needed the 'curs'd Face Business' to pay the bills.
After Gainsborough failed to clear, Ironside saw an effort blocked, falling to Morgan who scuffed a shot wide on the stroke of half time, whilst the closest the hosts had come was a speculative 35 yard drive from Elliot Hodge.
I got my own experibetween ence of the waters with a Freedom treatment at the Gainsborough spa.
We dominated the game when Gainsborough tired and scored three good goals.
An analysis of business, says Gainsborough, provides 'a particularly fruitful window onto the political, and ultimately the nature of the state'.
GAINSBOROUGH are on a fivegame unbeaten run and look attractive 7-4 shots to enhance their Blue Square Bet North promotion claims with a victory at Worcester tonight, writes Dan Childs.
The two versions of the Gainsborough portrait were placed next to one another, but in different sizes.
NHS Lincolnshire is launching a Shaping Health public consultation for the John Coupland Hospital in Gainsborough.
The attack took place in the early hours of Saturday between midnight and 4am in Gainsborough Road, Cefn Golau.
Bequeathed to the University of Liverpool by shipping magnate Sir Charles Sydney Jones, the exhibition includes landscapes by Turner and Gainsborough.
Auctioneer Philip Serrell says: "We can't rely upon such an obvious indication of an artist, so the picture has been catalogued as Circle of Thomas Gainsborough R.