The Age of Innocence I is a painting by Jackie Von Tobel, reproduced as a Fine Art Giclee Print, in her Altered Portraits Collection of wall art. Each composition was inspired by the hard-won artisanship of the old masters, though Jackie brings an avant-garde freshness to these pieces of contemporary art using modern design elements.
In poses that emulate the courtiers and landed gentry of a by-gone era, these contemporary conceptualizations of historical portraits will bring a sophisticated grandeur and lush pops of color to a room. In a pose that signals confidence, the right-facing aristocratic woman in The Age of Innocence I has rosy cheeks. Her floral headdress and luxurious gown with ruched lace are reminiscent of the wealth of the ancient regime in France and royalty in Great Britain.
The Age of Innocence II is a left-facing woman in an equally luxurious style. The Age of Innocence III and IV are right- and left-facing women in an equally luxurious style on gold backgrounds.