Sir Oswald Birley: The Nurse (1921)

Hidden from view in the ownership of her descendants, Philip Mould will talk about the arrival from America of an exquisite, hitherto unknown portrait of an arresting 1920’s nurse by society painter Sir Oswald Birley. Painted in return for medical services, this masterpiece by Birley combines his brilliance as a portraitist with the sublime lessons…

Maurice Brazil Prendergast: Central Park

“The love you liberate in your work is the only love you keep.” Maurice Prendergast Who Is Maurice Prendergast? Maurice Prendergast (1858 – 1924) was an American Post-Impressionist artist whose work was influenced by Fauvism, Impressionism, Pointillism, Post-Impressionism, and Realism. “Although working in a range of mediums including oils and monotypes (a print taken from a…

Giotto: Flight Into Egypt

Read More Web Gallery of Art, Giotto’s Scenes from the Life of Christ Coventry Carol at Sister Renee’s Lavish Mercy post ‘Holy Innocents’ Thanks for Visiting 🙂 ~Sunnyside

Robert Lewis Reid: Fleur de Lis (c.1900)

Who Is Robert Lewis Reid? American impressionist Robert Reid was born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts in 1862. A painter of landscape, figures, still-life and murals, Reid was one of the founding members of the ‘Ten American Painters’, a group of Impressionists who rebelled against traditionalism in 1897. According to The Met, “Robert Reid was among the…

Week 4: Wanted, by Sunnyside

No Self-Critique Today This little guy is looking at me with those big eyes…..lol. Thanks for Visiting 🙂 ~Sunnyside

Alfred James Munnings: Summer afternoon…Wensum, Costessey (1909)

“Plein-air tour de force” Summer afternoon on the Wensum, Costessey is a plein-air tour de force imbued with colour, light and atmosphere… Christie’s ‘His pure landscapes would of themselves have made a reputation. Contemplating them in the Diploma Gallery, along with the best of the gypsy studies and Exmoor ponies, one was forced to the…

Lilian Westcott Hale: Portrait of a Woman

Lilian Westcott Hale’s mentor Edmund Tarbell exclaimed after seeing her drawings in the one-woman 1908 Boston show, “Your drawings are perfectly beautiful—as fine as anything could be. They belong with our old friends Leonardo, Holbein and Ingres, and are to me the finest modern drawings I have ever seen” (Philip Hale Papers, Box 53a, Folder…

Ernest Atkinson Hornel: Children Dancing Around a Tree (1891)

Click for Enlarged Detail Slideshow best viewed At Sunnyside See More Edward (Ernest) Atkinson Hornel at wikiwand Edward (Ernest) Atkinson Hornel at National Galleries, Scotland Kirkudbright, the Artists’ Town at ArtUK Edward (Ernest) Atkinson Hornel at ArtUK Thanks for Visiting 🙂 ~Sunnyside

Mela Muter: The Port of Collioure (mid-1920s)

Who Is Mela Muter? Mela Muter is the pseudonym used by Maria Melania Mutermilch (1876 – 1967), the first professional Jewish painter in Poland. Although she lived most of her life in France, she was born Maria Melania Kingsland in Warsaw, Poland, daughter of a wealthy Jewish merchant. After her marriage, Muter moved from Poland to…

Christina Rossetti: Holy Innocents

Holy Innocents by Christina Rossetti Sleep, little Baby, sleep; The holy Angels love thee, And guard thy bed, and keep A blessed watch above thee. No spirit can come near Nor evil beast to harm thee: Sleep, Sweet, devoid of fear Where nothing need alarm thee. The Love which doth not sleep, The eternal Arms…