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Raymond Douillet
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Ilia Repin (Russian, 1844–1930). Portrait of Vsevolod Mikhailovich Garshin (1855–1888), 1884. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
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The Bookman: A Literary Journal — April. Color lithograph (1896). James Montgomery Flagg (American, 1877-1960). Prints & Photographs Division. Library of Congress. Here Flagg created a cover for The Bookman, an illustrated literary journal dedicated to reviewing contemporary American literature through its four decades of publication. The Bookman was the first American publication to promote best-sellers by listing titles “in order of demand”
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Portrait of a Young Woman (c.1490). Domenico Ghirlandaio (Italian, 1449–1494). Tempera on wood. Museu Calouste Gulbenkian. The model depicted in this panel recalls the members of the Sassetti family that the artist painted in fresco. She is dressed in the Florentine fashion of the era, with layers of close-fitting clothing and a neckline adorned by a coral necklace. A beautiful example of the portraits of the Quattrocento, the figure is shown in three-quarter profile against a neutral background
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Johannes van Musschenbroek and His Wife (1685-88). Pieter Cornelisz van Slingeland (Dutch, 1640-1691). Oil on panel. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Johannes van Musschenbroek (1660-1707) was an instrument maker. He married in Rotterdam in 1685 to Margaretha van Straaten
Slingeland1

Napoleon and Josephine. Harold H. Piffard (British, active 1895-1899). Oil on canvas. "What is extraordinary is that in this passion we have Napoleon’s letters to Josephine that she kept, but we don’t have her letters to Napoleon. So either he didn’t keep them and that would make his passion a little more lukewarm in a way or maybe Josephine didn’t write to him or would write just very neutral letters. The latter version is the one I would adopt." — Tulard
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Reading Vogue in pearls. Georges Lepape (French, 1887-1971). Published September 15, 1926 The Subscriber. Close-up of a woman face, blond hair, blue eyes and red lipstick. Wearing a pearl choker and pendants, reading a pink Vogue magazine. Vogue spelled in pearls across top. Black background
Lepape1

Girl Reading a Letter by Candlelight, With a Young Man Peering over Her Shoulder (c.1761). Joseph Wright of Derby (English, 1734–1797) Oil on canvas. This work is a fine example of Wright’s fascination with the effects of light. His meticulously painted figure pairs or groups in dark interiors illuminated by candles or lamps carried his reputation to London. His dramatic contrasts of light and shade showed the influence of artists like Gerrit van Honthorst and Rembrandt van Rijn
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Lyric Opera original poster (1968). Romain de Tirtoff (French, 1892-1990), known by the pseudonym Erté. Erté began his career doing stage designs in Paris in the 1930s. By 1968, when this poster was done, he was a living icon of the deco era. In this poster he returns to his roots in theatre. Using his signature art deco style, Erté bridges the tradition of a great deco poster design while at the same time making it very contemporary with the almost-psychedelic colors of the 1960s
Tirtoff1

Portrait of A. G. and A. A. Lobanov-Rostovsky (1814). Vladimir Borovikovsky (Russian, 1757-1825). Oil on canvas. Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. In 1795 Borovikovsky became a member of the St Petersburg Academy of Arts; he was also closely connected with many of the chief exponents of Russian culture in the city. His sitters included members of the imperial family, courtiers, generals, many aristocrats and figures from the Russian artistic and literary worlds. Most of his portraits are intimate in style
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Waldemar Fink 1893 – 1948 Winter Bei Adelboden, 1918
Fink1

Trees at Cagnes André Derain - 1910
Derain1

Low Tide at Berck Edouard Manet - 1873
Manet1

“Study for the Card Players” (ca. 1890-92) Paul Cezanne
Sezanne1

Wilho Sjöström (Finnish, 1873-1944), Park, 1925
Sjostrom1

Pierre Bonnard - Paris, Rue de Parme on Bastille Day
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Isaac Israels Regent Street, London
Israels1

House by the House Path on the Cliff Pierre Bonnard - 1918
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Spencer Gore 1878–1914 The Flowered Hat or Someone Who Waits c.1907
Gore1

Alfred Stevens (Belgian, 1823-1906) Children playing in the waves
Stevens1

Abraham Walkowitz (American, 1878-1965) Portrait of Isadora Duncan
Walkowitz1

Marc Chagall The House in Grey 1917
Chagall1

Children Reading (Unknown) by Édouard Vuillard
Vuillard1

April Aspens Allen Tucker - circa 1920-1929
Tucker1

Alfred Sisley - Banks of the Loing - Autumn Effect, 1881
Sisley1

Alfred Sisley - Le Vallon 1895
Sisley2

William J. Glackens - Temple Gold Medal Nude (1924)
Glackens1

William Holman Hunt - Cornfield at Ewell (1849)
Hunt1

Dog-Cart Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - 1880
Lautrec1

Armas Mikola, “Nystad Skärgård”
Mikola1

Wladyslav Podkowinski (1866-1895) Children in the Garden, 1892
Podkowinski1

Robert Bruce Crane American, 1857-1937 Winter Landscape, Twilight
Crane1

Parisian café Akseli Gallen-Kallela - 1886
Kallela1

Åke Hellman, Finland (b. 1915) “Large Haystack”
Hell1

Portrait of Frau Anna Hirzel-Langenhan Adolf Erbsloh - circa 1922
Erbsloh1

"North" - Konstantin Korovin, 1890
Korovin1

Oscar Hullgren, Sweden (1869-1948) Towards “Blå Jungfrun”
Hullgren1

Edy Legrand / (1892-1970) Femmes Marocaines (Women from Morocco)
Legrand1

Berta Hansson, Sweden (1910-1994) “The Profitless”
Hansson1

Bente Bjerregaard - “In the Sun”, China 1986
Bjerregaard1

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