"Emma Hamilton", George Romney, ca. 1795; location unknown
Carl Larsson, The Old Church
“The Fair Isle Jumper” by Stanley Cursiter, 1923
Miniature of a Girl Wearing a Blue Dress, America, c. 1840
Au Café (c. 1925). Gerta Wegener (Danish, Art Deco, 1886-1940). Watercolor on paper. One of the most important, eccentric and controversial artists of the Art Deco period, Wegener illustrated diverse subjects such as Parisian cafés, elegant portraiture, fashion illustration, and intimate domestic scenes for several publications including Guirlande, Journal des Dames et des Modes, Baionette and Vogue. Her evocative style ranges from the subtly playful to the explicitly erotic. 1920, Au Cafes, Parisian Life, Au Café, Art Deco Fashion, Fashion Illustration, Artdeco, Gerda Wegener, Cafes Scene
Pehr Hilleström Two women trying to catch a butterfly on a flower, ca 1787.
The Red Road at Cap Martin, near Menton - Claude Monet
GREEN, GREEN, GREEN ... The bottoms of bottles and old glass serving dishes used to make windows. Gorgeous!!!
Bird Tree American Folk Art Museum
İznik pottery, named after the town in western Anatolia where it was made, is a decorated ceramic that was produced from the last quarter of the 15th century until the end of the 17th century Ceramics Tile Islam, Iznik Tile, Tile Art, Porcelain, Turkish Tile, Iznik Pottery, Iznik Pattern, Painting Plates, Çini
famous Turkish Iznik Artwork
Monet close to the Bassin aux Nymphéas. Summer 1905: Jacques-Ernest Bulloz
Pierre Auguste Renoir: "The pain passes, but the beauty remains."
Ramsay Richard Reinagle, Portrait of Charlotte and Elizabeth Sullivan, daughters of Sir Richard Sullivan, 1810