Putto Feeding A Strawberry To A Bird by Nathanael Schmitt
Putto Feeding A Strawberry To A Bird by Nathanael Schmitt

Putto Feeding A Strawberry To A Bird

Putto Feeding A Strawberry To A Bird by German Painter Nathanael Schmitt (1847 – 1918); known for his portraiture, landscapes, still life and architectural paintings.

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Zwei schlechte Gewissen by Karl Reichert
Zwei schlechte Gewissen by Karl Reichert

Zwei schlechte Gewissen

Zwei schlechte Gewissen (Two Guilty Consciences) c1918 by Austrian Painter Karl Reichert (1836 – 1918); known for his genre scenes, animal and landscapes, as well as lithography art.

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Femme Dans Un Manteau by Adolphe Piot
Femme Dans Un Manteau by Adolphe Piot

Femme Dans Un Manteau

Femme Dans Un Manteau c1871 by French Painter Adolphe Piot (1825 – 1910); known for his picturesque and elegant portraits of beautiful young women

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Mädchenporträt (Portrait of a Girl) by Samuel Baruch Ludwig Halle
Mädchenporträt (Portrait of a Girl) by Samuel Baruch Ludwig Halle

Mädchenporträt (Portrait of a Girl)

Mädchenporträt (Portrait of a Girl) by German Painter Samuel Baruch Ludwig Halle (1824 – 1889); and draughtsman, known for his portrait art and genre artwork.

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Best Friends by Emile Vernon
Best Friends by Emile Vernon

Best Friends

Best Friends by French Painter Emile Vernon (1872 – 1920); who specialized in painting watercolors, with his main subject being women and children in bright and colorful rural settings. He trained under William Bouguereau and Auguste Trouphème in the School of Fine Arts … Read the rest

A Foster Mother by Charles Sillem Lidderdale
A Foster Mother by Charles Sillem Lidderdale

A Foster Mother

A Foster Mother c1884 by British Painter Charles Sillem Lidderdale (1831 – 1895); who specialized in creating idealized portraits of young girls and woman in outdoor settings

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Fröhliche Morgenfahrt by Johann Georg Meyer von Bremen
Fröhliche Morgenfahrt by Johann Georg Meyer von Bremen

Frohliche Morgenfahrt

Frohliche Morgenfahrt (The Return From Fishing) by German Painter Johann Georg Meyer von Bremen (1813 – 1886); a painter specializing in peasant life, family and Biblical scenes.

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Das Blindekuhspiel by Johann Georg Meyer von Bremen
Das Blindekuhspiel by Johann Georg Meyer von Bremen

Das Blindekuhspiel

Das Blindekuhspiel c1868 by German Painter Johann Georg Meyer von Bremen (1813 – 1886); who specialized in creating Biblical art scenes as well as genre peasant and family scenes.

This is a wonderful genre scene of peasant children playing the … Read the rest

Fleurs De Printemps by William Bouguereau
Fleurs De Printemps by William Bouguereau

Fleurs De Printemps

Fleurs De Printemps c1878 by French Painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825 – 1905); of the NeoClassic and Academic Periods, who created modern interpretations of classical subjects based of mythological themes.

Fleurs De Printemps is another version of William Bouguereau’s piece Little Girl … Read the rest

Children Fishing by George Morland
Children Fishing by George Morland

Children Fishing

Children Fishing c1788 by British Painter George Morland (1763 – 1804); best known for his rustic scenes of landscapes, farms, smugglers and gypsies that were inspired by Dutch Golden Age Paintings

This is a charming illustration of five children; two boys and … Read the rest

Playmates by Emile Munier
Playmates by Emile Munier

Playmates

Playmates c1903 by French Painter Emile Munier (1840 – 1895); Academic portraitist who was mentored by French Painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825 – 1905).

This is an adorable portrait of a young girl of about the age five that is in her white sleeping gown sitting … Read the rest