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Art by Jessie Willcox Smith - “Checkers”
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Felix Mas
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Paris - The Walk Jean Béraud
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Dreams of Autumn Park, 2005, Konstantin Druzhin (Russian, b. 1962)
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Friedrich Frank (1871 - 1945) Prague Cathedral, 1912
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The Thaw in Gatchina, Richard Bergolts (1865-1920)
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Cat in the moonlight, c. 1900 Théophile Alexandre Steinlen
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A January Day, 1875, Louis Apol
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Nymphenburger Schlosspark im Winter, Fritz Osswald
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Ribbed and Paled in by Rocks Unscaleable - Peter Graham
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Gustaf Werner Holmberg (Finnish 1830-1860)
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Joyous Island - George Noyes
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Mathieu Lauffray-Long John Silver
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Jinx || Phil Hester
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Bill Sienkiewicz 1986-1987: excerpts from Elektra: Assassin #4-8
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New Wave superhero stuff by Butcher Billy
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Love & Rockets #24 Cover - Art by Jaime Hernandez
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Clarissa Harlowe in the Prison Room of the Sheriff’s Office, oil on canvas, 1833, by Charles Landseer, British, 1799-1879. Clarissa was the tragic heroine of Samuel Richarson’s novel, The History of Clarissa Harlowe. She had been raped by a man who wanted her to live with him out of wedlock and was later imprisoned for debt. Landseer captures the moment before her imprisonment. The painting was presented to the Tate Gallery in London by Robert Vernon in 1847
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Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin, Soap Bubbles | Les Builles de savon, after 1739. Oil on canvas, France
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Jean-Eugène Buland painted Alms of a Beggar in 1880. The title lends itself to a number of different readings: the alms of the beggar might refer to the money he has received in alms, or the money he gives to the church as alms—or perhaps “beggar” refers instead to the woman who asks for money on behalf of the church. In any case, the multivalence and heightened composition of the scene evoke Buland’s past as a Symbolist
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On the Trees near Barnard Castle, 1868, John Atkinson Grimshaw
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Ludolf Backhuysen Ships in Distress off a Rocky Coast 1667
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'Above the eternal tranquility', 1894 - Isaac Levitan (1860–1900)
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Kees Van Dongen (Dutch, 1877-1968), Le collier de perles [The pearl necklace], 1924. Lithograph
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Isaac Levitan Autumn landscape with church
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Ferdinand du Puigaudeau (French, 1864-1930), Kervaudu au clair de lune
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Autumn Forest. Kuntsevo (1872), Aleksey Savrasov
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Vitaly Lahansky
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Breakfast, 1887, oil on canvas by Swedish impressionist artist Hanna Pauli, 1864-1940. Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden. A warm and inviting scene, it was perhaps inspired by Monet’s The Luncheon. Monet’s feast was over while this is just beginning. Having studied in Sweden, Pauli was a genre, landscape and portrait artist who studied the plein-air technique in France
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