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The holidays are definitely coming: Hanukkah begins on the 16th, while Christmas is only 2 weeks away. Have you completed your shopping? Mailed that long list of cards? Finalized travel plans? Decided the menu for those family meals?
Or are you behind schedule? And feeling a bit irritable?
Tired, even exhausted?
Longing for a prolonged nap?
Or maybe a short break?
Don’t despair! Starting Sunday through Christmas, celebrate the holidays at art museums in the United States, Europe, and across the world!
Julius Le Blanc Stewart (1855-1919). American, spent most of his career in Paris, painting portraits and genre scenes of fashionable society.
Max Kurzweil (1867-1916), Austrian, member of Vienna Secession, an avant-garde group in the city, works could be melancholy in feeling.
Felix Vallotton (1865-1925), Swiss, settled in France, affiliated with Les Nabis, artistic circle oriented toward symbolism and fantasy.
Eva Gonzales (1849-1883), French, considered an Impressionist, taught by Edouard Manet, captured life of Parisian women.
Carl Larsson (1853-1919), Swedish, part of Arts and Crafts movement, focused on family and interiors of home.
The above images are used solely for educational purposes.