John Singer Sargent
Edouard Debat Ponsan — La verità esce dal pozzo — 1898
Spring Day in the Woods - Hans Andersen Brendekilde 1901
A Windmill - Hans Andersen Brendekilde
Two Girls Resting On a Path - Hans Andersen Brendekilde
"Tree Felling" by Hans Andersen Brendekilde (1859 - 1942)
Walter Langley - Between The Tides - 1901
Politically left wing for his era, he was noted for his social realist portrayals of working class figures, particularly fishermen and their families. He was a supporter of Charles Bradlaugh, a radical socialist politician. Many of his paintings reflect his sympathy with the working-class fisher-folk amongst whom he lived. One of the best known is his 1883 For Men Must Work and Women Must Weep (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery) based on Charles Kingsley’s poem The Three Fishers (1851). Another is Between The Tides (1901; Warrington Museum & Art Gallery).
Walter Langley - When the Boats are Away - 1903
Walter Langley - Never Morning Wore to Evening But Some Heart Did Break - 1882
Walter Langley (June 8, 1852 – March 21, 1922) was an English painter and founder of the Newlyn School of plein air artists. He was born in Birmingham and his father was a journeyman tailor. At 15 he was apprenticed to a lithographer. At 21 he won a scholarship to South Kensington and he studied designing there for two years. The sometimes highly ornate work is mainly in gold and silver and in a Renaissancestyle. He returned to Birmingham but took up painting full-time, and in 1881 was elected an Associate of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. In the same year he was offered £500 for a year’s work by a Mr Thrupp (a Birmingham photographer). With this money he and his family moved to Newlyn where he was one of the first artists to settle.
Les hirondelles - Edouard Manet 1873
Burnham Beeches - Hector Caffieri
The Jaleo - John Singer Sargent 1882
Fresh Air - Winslow Homer
The Red School House - Winslow Homer
“Minerva” digital art by Z image ©2012 Daniel J Zollinger
Pierre Puvis de Chavannes The Prodigal Son 2
Felix Vallotton, Verdun, 1917
Tobe Fonseca NEED IT!
Travilla Jane Russell costume design sketch from Gentlemen Marry Brunettes - 1955
Nocturnal Street Scene, Berlin, Lesser Ury. Germany (1861 - 1931)
menah by loish
Orchards by Vincent van Gogh
Saturday Evening Post illustration by Robert McCall, 1961
maralsassouni: The Society of Illustrators selected 4 of my images for their annual and exhibit “Illustrators 56”, opening in January at the Museum of American Illustration in NY!
Edward Julius Detmold - illustrations for the The Arabian Nights