Frederick Carl Frieseke: Yellow Room – Afternoon (1910)

Frederick Carl Frieseke (American, 1874 – 1939), Yellow Room – Afternoon, oil on canvas, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Image Source: wikimedia

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~Sunnyside

22 Comments Add yours

  1. Ana Daksina says:

    What an absolutely restful image…

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    1. Good morning, Ana! His way of handling color and pattern mesmerizes me. 🙂🌺

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      1. Ana Daksina says:

        Haha, mesmerizing is a very good word for it!

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  2. When I read the title of this post, I pictured a ‘yellow’ room. 🙂 I was surprised when I got to the post and saw the beautiful, subtle hues of pink, blue, and green. What a lovely painting! It takes a minute for things to register in my brain, but yes! It IS a yellow room! What a beautiful depiction of soft colors here! One of my favorites that you posted of late!

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    1. I am so happy you enjoy this, too, Sheila! Frieseke is on my top five list – many more of his paintings to come. 🙂🌺

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  3. you are very welcome! beautiful post. 🙂

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    1. I am happy you enjoyed this. Thanks for visiting and sharing your thoughts. 😎🌺

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  4. Ashley says:

    Beautiful 🙋‍♂️

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    1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Ashley. 🙂🌺

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  5. Yet another beautiful piece by Frederick Carl Frieseke!

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  6. cindy knoke says:

    How lovely and peaceful.

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    1. Sorry, Cindy – this one got lost in spam for some reason. The painting really is peaceful. I imagine the little ones have just gone down for a nap, and she drops into the chair for a few moments of rest with a cup of her favorite tea on a small table we cannot see. (yes, I am fanciful…lol) 🙂🌺

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  7. It’s easy to get lost here, as though wandering through a beautiful garden where one doesn’t want to come to the end of the trail, and is happy to see more paths leading off to endless examples of lush and colorful landscapes…. ❤

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    1. Thanks for visiting and sharing your thoughts, Joanna. 🙂🌺

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  8. johntodaro says:

    Edwardian sensuousness. Lovely.

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    1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, John. 🙂🌺

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