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The 1949 & 1950 Gnome Press Calendars ~ Artwork by Hannes Bok & Edd Cartier
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Francesco Ubertini (1494-1557)
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George Hitchcock (American, 1850–1913) “A Dream of Christmas”
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Uemura Shōen (1875 - 1949) pseudonym for the Japanese painter Uemura Tsune. Watercolor on silk Shōen is primarily known for her bijinga paintings of beautiful women in the nihonga style, although she also produced numerous works on historical themes and traditional subjects. In 1941 Shōen became the first woman painter in Japan to be invited to join the Imperial Art Academy and in 1948 was the first woman to receive the Order of Cultural Merit in Japan
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Lesser Ury (German, 1861 - 1931) Windmill before sunset, 1903
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Jemmy van Hoboken (1900-1962) - Goldfish, oil on panel, 26,5 x 21,5 cm. 1934
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Standing Female Nude (1910). Albert Marquet (French, 1875-1947). There is this arresting surprise, a painting by Marquet of his mistress. She is completely naked. She is standing, quite relaxed, in an austere room between an empty grate and a kitchen chair, and she is reading a magazine with utter indifference. She is independent, graceful, and totally at ease
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Aldo Balding
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‘The Tightrope Walker’ by Everett Shinn, 1924
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Ken Hamilton
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Gianni Strino
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Three Women. Leon Kroll (American, 1884-1974). In Paris, Kroll enrolled at the Académie Julian under Laurens. Back in New York, Kroll met George Bellows at an artist’s studio party in 1910. Kroll’s popularity as a realist artist grew and his lush brushwork, exciting compositions, and Fauve palette gained him the opportunity to exhibit at the famous 1913 Armory Show
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Costume design for the Blue Sultan in Scheherazade (c.1910). Leon Bakst (Russian, 1866-1924). Watercolour on paper. The Sultan Schariar, convinced that all women are false and faithless, vowed to put to death each of his wives after the first nuptial night. But the Sultana Scheherazade saved her life by entertaining her lord with fascinating tales, told seriatim, for a thousand and one nights. The Sultan, consumed with curiosity, postponed from day to day the execution of his wife, and finally repudiated his bloody vow entirely
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The Childhood of Pico della Mirandola (1842). Paul Delaroche (French, 1797-1856). Oil on canvas. Musee des Beaux-Arts (Nantes, France). Giovanni Pico della Mirandola was an Italian Renaissance philosopher, and a prodigious scholar and author who lived in the 15th century. He fell prey to the political instability of the times, falling under the sway of the radical monk Savonarola and dying of poison
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The Dancing School, Prague. Frantisek Dvorak (Czech, 1882-1927). Oil on canvas. Leading the school and instructing the ballerinas is Augustin Berger, the chief master of ballet at the National Theatre in Prague. As a dancer, Berger became a soloist at the Prague National Theatre in 1883. He eventually became ballet master (1912–23), and he helped to develop the national Czech ballet
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The Story Hour (1921). Lilla Cabot Perry (American, 1848-1933). Oil on canvas. It was in 1889, when she was 41 years old, that Perry saw her first Impressionist painting (a work by Claude Monet). Perry sought out the artist and became his close friend. For nine summers the Perrys rented a house at Giverny, near Monet’s, and although he never took pupils, he often advised Perry on her art
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Madame Regnault de Saint-Jean-d'Angély (1798). François Gérard (French, 1770-1837). Oil on wood. Musée du Louvre. The Countess Regnault was charitable and devoted to her friends, including François-René, vicomte de Chateaubriand, the French writer, politician, diplomat and historian. The Countess was reported to be a beauty and a brilliant singer, She also cultivated the art of sculpture in the workshop that she had laid out in her residence in Val à l'Isle-Adam
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A Midnight Visitor. Illustration by Kali Ciesmier from Garth Nix’s Sabriel. Sent to a boarding school in Ancelstierre as a young child, Sabriel has had little experience with the random power of Free Magic or the Dead who refuse to stay dead in the Old Kingdom. But during her final semester, her father, the Abhorsen, goes missing, and Sabriel knows she must enter the Old Kingdom to find him
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St Jerome (1442). Jan van Eyck (Flemish, b. before 1395, d. before 1441). Oil on parchment on oak panel. Institute of Arts, Detroit. The painting is attributed to Jan van Eyck. The date of 1442 appears on the painting, showing that it was completed by workshop associates in just a year after Van Eyck’s death. It can be supposed from the letter on the table, that St Jerome represents a portrait of Cardinal Niccolò Albergati
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Harem Beauty. Emile Eisman-Semenowsky(Polish, 1857-1911). Oil on panel. Emile Eisman-Semenowsky created paintings of the then fashionable oriental themes, mostly female portraits or scenes that rather superficially treated the historical realities. Most works were commissioned by the Parisian bourgeoisie
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