Belgian artist Charles van Beveren (1809-1850) spent most of his career in the Dutch capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam.
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Just click on the blog……. We are still experiencing technical difficulties, so enjoy this reprise of an earlier blog. TWO WOMEN WITH SUNFLOWERS & MOONFLOWERS A GIFT TO THE WORLD After women, flowers are the most lovely thing God has given the world. Christian Dior British artist George Dunlop […]
Reposting a blog of 2015 since we are experiencing some temporary technical problems. THE ART OF READING A WOMAN’S WORLD I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading! How much sooner one tires of anything than of a book! When I have a house of my own, I shall […]
British artist John Collier (1850-1934) was a leading portrait painter of his time. However, you might want to view an earlier blog revealing another favorite subject of the painter.
Ramon Casas (1866-1932) and his fellow Spanish artists spent time in both Paris and Barcelona, absorbing the creative changes of the early stages of modern art. Julia above was the painter’s favorite model as well as lover, eventually becoming his wife.
French Impressionist icon Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) was a master portraitist, especially of women, often attired in colorful, fashionable hats.
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.