Maurice Prendergast: Along the Seine (1894)

  Click for Enlarged Image: Along the Seine  by Maurice Prendergast (1892-1894),Height: 33.02 cm (13 in.), Width: 24.13 cm (9.5 in.),  Whitney Museum of American Art – New York, NY, Painting – oil on canvas, Public domain, Image source: The Athenaeum Thanks for Visiting! 🙂 The End

Childe Hassam: The Ledges, October in Old Lyme, Connecticut, 1907

From Tonalism to Impressionism “Already familiar with other New England art colonies, Childe Hassam found much to like in Old Lyme, including the town’s history and rugged terrain. He depicted the area’s rock ledges in both spring and fall during stays at Florence Griswold’s boarding house. Choosing a square canvas and setting a high horizon line,…

Thomas Wilmer Dewing: Poppies and Italian Mignotte (c.1891)

Click for enlarged detail: (best viewed At Sunnyside – Where Truth and Beauty Meet) Thomas Wilmer Dewing, Poppies and Italian Mignotte, ca 1891, source: ARC Thomas Wilmer Dewing American 1851-1938 Poppies and Italian Mignotte circa 1891 58.4 x 43.2 cms | 22 3/4 x 17 ins Oil on Canvas Image source: Art Renewal Center

Albert Bierstadt: On the Saco

This is my favorite Albert Bierstadt painting, and I have searched high and low for more information (and a better image). I assume it must be privately owned (?). If you have any details, please let me know in the comments below.

Maurice Brazil Prendergast: Portrait of a Girl with Flowers (1913)

Maurice Prendergast, “Portrait of a Girl with Flowers”, 1913, Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876–1967), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, Public Domain Detailed biography of Maurice Prendergast: At Sunnyside: Maurice Prendergast: Biography and Central Park in 1903 Click for Enlarged Image   Details Title: Portrait of a Girl with Flowers Artist:…

John La Farge: Nocturne (c.1885)

  Nocturne A founder and leader of the American watercolor movement by the late 1870s, La Farge used the medium to make studies for illustrations and decorative projects, to record his travels, and to paint exquisite floral still-life exhibition pieces. This sheet typifies those still lifes in its quiet mood, its nuanced handling of the…

William Merritt Chase: At the Seaside (1892)

At the Seaside Beginning in 1891 Chase taught at a summer art school in Shinnecock, Long Island. The following year, he and his family moved into their new summer home, Shinnecock Hall… Chase taught at the beach resort until 1902, conducting open-air classes for as many as a hundred students each summer. This work is…

Mary Cassatt: The Tea (1880)

“Cassatt’s paintings often document the social interactions of well-to-do women like herself. The activities they depict—tea drinking, going to the theatre, tending children—fall within the normal routine for Cassatt’s sex and class. Yet the painter’s insistence upon representing such episodes from the modern world (even a sheltered segment of it), her dislike for narrative, and…

Mary Cassatt: Lydia Crocheting in the Garden at Marly (1880)

“Cassatt and her family spent the summer of 1880 at Marly-le-Roi, about ten miles west of Paris. Ignoring the village’s historic landmarks in her art, Cassatt focused instead on the domestic environment. Here, she portrayed her elder sister, Lydia, fashionably dressed and insulated by a walled garden from any modern hurly-burly. Lydia is absorbed in…