French Impressionist icon Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) was a master portraitist, especially of women, often attired in colorful, fashionable hats.
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French artist James Tissot (1836-1902) was well known for his genre scenes, especially of fashionable women placed in richly colored interiors, full of a variety of patterns and textures.
American icon Winslow Homer (1836-1910) spent 20 months in England, living in the village of Cullercoats where he often depicted the wives of the fishermen, engaged in daily labors.
Hungarian artist Jozsef Rippi-Ronai (1861-1927) was influenced by avant-garde artists during his studies in Paris, including the often mysterious and poetic works of the Nabis.
Polish artist Wladyslaw Czachorski (1850-1911) was renowned for the striking realism of his portraits, reflecting the vanished world of the late nineteenth century.
German artist Lovis Corinth (1858-1925) created his works of art at a time when various art movements such as Impressionism and Expressionism were influencing painters like himself.
I’m still on vacation. Here’s a portrait by Pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882).
Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865) was a prominent Japanese artist, renowned for his depictions of beautiful women, a favorite subject of ukiyo-e art that flourished during the Edo period. This work was once part of Vincent van Gogh’s extensive collection of Japanese woodblock prints, a source of inspiration of his paintings, especially during his later career.
Today French master Jean-Baptiste-Camille-Corot (1796-1875) is considered a leading artist in the history of art, equally admired for both his landscapes and portraits.
Uemura Shoen (1875-1949) was a Japanese woman artist, who often depicted feminine themes.