Clyties of the Mist (1912) by Herbert James Draper, Private collection, Oil on Canvas. Depicts three nymphs that look like they are floating. There is an airy misty feeling that surrounds the painting. The contortion of the bodies also creates a lot of emotion.
The Woman in Red - Giovanni Boldini. Born in Ferrara, Italy in 1845. Like Sargent, he had an international career, working mainly in Paris, but also in England where he was well known in London. By the turn of the century Boldini had become the most sought after portrait painter in Paris, achieving such a success that his reputation equaled that of Sargent's in London. He was renowned as a colorist and technician, and his works are considered very much Parisian.
"White Blossom" by François Fressinier an artist born in Cognac, France in 1968. His art consists mainly of Gallo-Roman imagery with embedded artifacts of the southwestern region of France. His style is a blend of Neo-Classical, Classical Renaissance & Romanticism.