Reclining Female Nude by William Etty
Reclining Female Nude by William Etty

Reclining Female Nude

Reclining Female Nude by British Painter William Etty (1787 – 1849); known for the depiction of nudes in his historical paintings

This is a beautiful classical art nude of a young woman with her back towards the viewer reclining on a white cloth covered seat, that also has part of a red drape lying across the head rest she has placed her head facing some green plants.… Read the rest

Bouquet De Fleurs Au Nid d'Oiseau by Cornelis van Spaendonck
Bouquet De Fleurs Au Nid d’Oiseau by Cornelis van Spaendonck

Bouquet De Fleurs Au Nid d’Oiseau

Bouquet De Fleurs Au Nid D’oiseau (Bouquet Of Flowers And The Bird’s Nest) by Danish Painter Cornelis van Spaendonck (1756 – 1839); a still life flower painter

This is an attention grabbing beautiful still life painting with beautiful shadows and light; showing a mixed and colorful bouquet of flows resting on a reddish brown marble table.… Read the rest

A Basket With Fruit by Johan Laurentz Jensen
A Basket With Fruit by Johan Laurentz Jensen

A Basket With Fruit

A Basket With Fruit by Danish Painter Johan Laurentz Jensen (1800 – 1856); who’s specialization was the painting of flowers

This is a beautiful still life painting of a basket of fruit sitting on a large tree stump in a lush forest; highlighted with a warm sunlight glow.… Read the rest

Zodiac 1897 Calendar by Alphonse Mucha
Zodiac 1897 Calendar by Alphonse Mucha

Zodiac 1897 Calendar

Zodiac 1897 Calendar by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (Alfons Maria Mucha: 1860 – 1939) one of the most popular and well known artist of the Art Nouveau Period.

Zodiac c1896 is an outstanding example of Mucha’s Art Nouveau Mastery. It was the first piece of artwork he created for the print company Champenois, and it incorporates twelve zodiac symbols situated as a halo disk behind a side profile of a young lady’s head.… Read the rest

Love Whispers by Norman Prescott-Davies
Love Whispers by Norman Prescott-Davies

Love Whispers

Love Whispers by British Painter Norman Prescott-Davies (1862 – 1915); known for his romanticized portraits of young ladies.

Love Whispers depicts a beautiful young lady dressed in yellow and greenish-blue cloth in a dream like state, laying down on a bed of flowers with a cherub whispering words of love into her left ear.… Read the rest

Portrait Of Empress Elisabeth of Austria by Franz Xaver Winterhalter
Full Portrait Of Empress Elisabeth of Austria by Franz Xaver Winterhalter

Portrait Of Empress Elisabeth of Austria

Empress Elisabeth of Austria c1865 by German Painter Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805 – 1873), a Neoclassicism and Romanticism portrait artist of the 19th century.

This portrait depicts Empress Elisabeth in a beautiful and graceful ballroom gown, posing by a large column adorned with flowers which makes up part of a gate way onto a large landscape as evening approaches.… Read the rest

Jewelry Box with Jewelry by Władysław Maurycy Czachórski
Jewelry Box with Jewelry by Władysław Maurycy Czachórski

Jewelry Box with Jewelry

Jewelry Box with Jewelry by Polish Painter Władysław Maurycy Czachórski (1850 – 1911); who painted in the Academic Style or Academicism. A style of painting that was a fusion of both the Neoclassicism and Romanticism periods of art.

This is a richly colored and detailed genre painting of three upper class ladies admiring a beautiful long string white pearl necklace that has been taken out of its jewelry box.… Read the rest

Day Deaming by Conrad Kiesel
Day Deaming by Conrad Kiesel

Day Dreaming

Day Dreaming by Conrad Kiesel (1846 – 1921); who started out as a sculptor then changed to being a painter specializing in painting detailed idealized female portraits.

Portrait of an attractive young lady with reddish hair wearing pearl earrings and a white dress with a gold sash around her waist, sitting on a large padded garden chair in a lush green garden day dreaming, as she looks into the distance while holding an open book in her left hand that is resting on her lap.… Read the rest

Lily Fairy by Luis Ricardo Falero
Lily Fairy by Luis Ricardo Falero

Lily Fairy

Lily Fairy c1888 by Spanish Painter Luis Ricardo Falero (Duke Of Labranzano, 1851 – 1896); was an oil on canvas painter that specialized in female nude portraits, mythological, oriental and fantasy themed artwork; and with an interest in astronomy incorporated celestial constellations in many of his artistic creations.… Read the rest

Shepherd's Idyll by François Boucher
Shepherd’s Idyll by François Boucher

Shepherd’s Idyll

Shepherd’s Idyll c1768 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known for his idyllic classical themes, pastoral scenes and decorative allegories.

A picturesque setting with both men and women along with their children and farm animals and pets that include dogs, goats and cows relaxing by an ancient water fountain and a pen to hold the animals in a forest area amongst the trees.… Read the rest

Young Woman with Flowers in Her Hair by François Boucher
Young Woman with Flowers in Her Hair by François Boucher

Young Woman with Flowers in Her Hair

Young Woman with Flowers in Her Hair c1734 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770), who was also an accomplished draughtsman and etcher. He worked in the Rococo Style and is known for his idyllic classical themes, pastoral scenes and decorative allegories.… Read the rest

Venus On The Waves by François Boucher
Venus On The Waves by François Boucher

Venus On The Waves

Venus On The Waves c1769 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770); also known as a draftsman, engraver and decorator in the French Rococo style, was well known for his lavish mythological, allegorical and erotic motifs and was the court painter of Louis XV and a favorite of the Marquise de Pompadour.… Read the rest

La Marquise de Pompadour by François Boucher
La Marquise de Pompadour by François Boucher

La Marquise de Pompadour

La Marquise de Pompadour c1700&50 by French Painter François Boucher (1703 – 1770); also known as a draftsman, engraver and decorator in the French Rococo style, was well known for his lavish mythological, allegorical and erotic motifs and was the court painter of Louis XV and a favorite of the Marquise de Pompadour.… Read the rest

Portrait of a Young Lady by Eduard Friedrich Leybold
Portrait of a Young Lady by Eduard Friedrich Leybold

Portrait of a Young Lady

Portrait of a Young Lady c1824 by Austrian Painter Eduard Friedrich Leybold (1798 – 1879); known for his portrait artwork.

This is a portrait of a young elegant lady posing in three-quarter length off shoulder red dress with a silk red sash around her waist.… Read the rest

Portrait Of A Lady by Charlemagne Oscar Guet
Portrait Of A Lady by Charlemagne Oscar Guet

Portrait Of A Lady

Portrait Of A Lady by French Painter Charlemagne Oscar Guet (1801 – 1871); genre painter, portraitist and a draughtsman.

This is an a portrait of a young lady sitting in an opera box holding a fan in her right hand that is adorned with a gemstone ring and gold bracelet with a center placed pearl, which is folded over her left arm, that is adorned with a gold bracelet and gold ring on her fourth finger.… Read the rest

Laura by Conrad Kiesel
Laura by Conrad Kiesel

Laura c1888 by German Artist Conrad Kiesel (1846 – 1921); who started out as a sculptor then changed to being a painter specializing in painting detailed idealized female portraits.

This is a beautiful portrait of a young lady standing in a garden wearing a white silk wedding dress holding a wreath of garland in front of her and behind her we can see large red roses and to her left other plants and a small tree that has white ribbon wrapped around it with an inscription.… Read the rest

Le Sommeil by Aimée Pagès-Brune
Le Sommeil by Aimée Pagès-Brune

Le Sommeil c1830

Le Sommeil c1830 by French Painter Aimée Pagès-Brune (1803 – 1866); one of the most respected female French painters.

Le Sommeil was presented at the Salon of 1831 an depicts beautiful young lady sleeping in a bed covered with a white sheet and adorned with blue flowers, nude from the waist up, resting her head on a large white pillow.… Read the rest

Mrs. Abington as Thalia by Engraver Francesco Bartolozzi
Mrs. Abington as Thalia by Engraver Francesco Bartolozzi

Mrs. Abington as Thalia

Mrs. Abington as Thalia c1783 by Italian Engraver Francesco Bartolozzi (1727 – 1815); as well as a painter, a founding member of the Royal Academy and known for popularizing the crayon method of engraving.

In this image Mrs. Abington embodies Thalia (one of the nine Greek Muses), she is the Muse of music, dance, comedy and idyllic poetry, and we see her here with the face mask of comedy in her right hand as she places a crown of laurels on the head of a bust of Shakespeare.… Read the rest

Art Nouveau Flower Series by Élisabeth Sonrel
Art Nouveau Flower Series by Élisabeth Sonrel

Art Nouveau Flower Series

Art Nouveau Flower Series c1900 by French Painter Élisabeth Sonrel (1874 – 1953); and illustrator of the Art Nouveau style; who’s works included allegorical subjects, mysticism and symbolism, portraits and landscapes.

This is a collection of four of Élisabeth Sonrel Art Nouveau Flower Series paintings; which include Water Lilies, Flowers of Mountains, Fleurs des Champs, and Flowers of Gardens.… Read the rest

Our Lady of the Cow Parsley by Élisabeth Sonrel
Our Lady of the Cow Parsley by Élisabeth Sonrel

Our Lady of the Cow Parsley

Our Lady of the Cow Parsley by French Painter Élisabeth Sonrel (1874 – 1953); and illustrator of the Art Nouveau style; who’s works included allegorical subjects, mysticism and symbolism, portraits and landscapes.

A beautiful vintage art nouveau portrait of a young lady in a red period dress with yellow flowers that have red centers and green leaves on her head standing behind a large Cow Parsley plant.… Read the rest

Young Woman Praying In Church by Anton Thiele
Young Woman Praying In Church by Anton Thiele

Young Woman Praying In Church

Young Woman Praying In Church c1874 by Danish Painter Anton Thiele (1838 – 1902); a 19th century landscape and portrait painter.

This is one of two versions Thiele did of this painting, it is warm and beautiful portrait of a young lady kneeling at a pew with a closed prayer book in her hands as she looks upwards into the streaming light.… Read the rest

Too Hot To Touch by Peter Driben
Too Hot To Touch by Peter Driben

Too Hot To Touch

Too Hot To Touch by American Painter Peter Driben (1903 – 1968); painter, illustrator and one of the most prolific pin-up artist of the 1940s and 1950s.

Too Hot To Touch features a hot sexy raven haired beauty in black panty, a black bra with a gold hand ornament hanging over the center and black stiletto shoes accented with a gold nameplate ankle bracelet, with two large green flowers adorning the left side of her hair.… Read the rest

Wedding Day by Walt Otto
Wedding Day by Walt Otto

Wedding Day

Wedding Day by American Artist Walt Otto (1895 – 1963); Painter, Illustrator, Advertising and Pinup Artist from 1935 – 1945.

Wedding Day is a beautiful portrait of a seated young blonde posing in her white silk wedding dress, with arms length gloves wearing a double pink rose corsage on her left wrist; and also wearing large pearl earrings and a pearl necklace.… Read the rest

It's A Snap by Gil Elvgren
It’s A Snap by Gil Elvgren

It’s A Snap

It’s A Snap c1958 by American Painter Gil Elvgren (1914 – 1980); painter, illustrator and pin-up girl artist.

It’s A Snap is a beautiful portrait of a redhead sitting on a fallen tree in the forest. She is dressed in a purple dress with an over the shoulder green like shawl attachment, purple evening shoes and diamond earrings.… Read the rest

Love At The Beach by Edward Runci
Love At The Beach by Edward Runci

Love At The Beach

Love At The Beach by Italian Born American Artist Edward Runci (1921 – 1986); Painter, Illustration, Advertising and Pinup Artist.

This is a pin-up illustration depicting an attractive young blonde lady in a white bikini, relaxing on the beach sand with a blue beach umbrella with white trimming that is partially covering her legs, as it is leaning on its side.… Read the rest

Portrait Of A Girl by Etienne Adolphe Piot
Portrait Of A Girl by Etienne Adolphe Piot

Portrait Of A Girl by French Painter Etienne Adolphe Piot (1825 – 1910); known for as a portraitist of beautiful young ladies and as an exhibitor in the Paris Salons from 1850 to 1909.

Portrait Of A Girl is a beautiful portrait of a young girl with curly brown hair wearing a white dress that is tied around her dress, with red and white flowers in front of her posing with her left hand under her chin with a green like forest backdrop.… Read the rest

Sierra Nevada by Albert Bierstadt
Sierra Nevada by Albert Bierstadt

Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada c1871-73 by American Painter Albert Bierstadt (1830 – 1902); was a Prussian born German American who was part of the Hudson River School Movement, known for his lavish sweeping landscapes of the American West.

This is a breathtaking grand view of the Sierra Nevada located in California; with a massive cloud accented mountain terrain rugged backdrop; enhances the beauty and softness of a calm blue-green lake that comes up against a beautiful shoreline where antelope are gathered.… Read the rest

Millicent Duchess Of Sutherland by John Singer Sargent
Millicent Duchess Of Sutherland by John Singer Sargent

Millicent Duchess Of Sutherland by Italian Born American Painter John Singer Sargent (1856 – 1925); considered to bethe leading portrait painter of his generation.

Millicent Duchess Of Sutherland born Millicent Saint Clair Erskine (1867 – 1955); was the eldest daughter of the fourth Earl of Rosslin and Blanche Fitzroy.… Read the rest

The White Cat by Vittorio Matteo Corcos
The White Cat by Vittorio Matteo Corcos

The White Cat

The White Cat by Italian Painter Vittorio Matteo Corcos (1859 – 1933); known for his genre artwork depicting finely dressed men and women in times of leisure and play.

The White Cat is a dreamy like portrait of a beautiful young lady looking at the viewer in an over the shoulder white silk dress, with an addition sheer green and blue linen shawl that she is also sitting on; but that come out over the right armrest of the couch; and with her left arm almost entirely wrapped by it with just about her hand and wrist showing through.… Read the rest

Jeunes Femmes Au Bain by Henri-Pierre Picou
Jeunes Femmes Au Bain by Henri-Pierre Picou

Jeunes Femmes Au Bain

Jeunes Femmes Au Bain (Young Women Bathing) c1879 by French Painter Henri-Pierre Picou (1824 – 1895); known for his early portrait work and historical subject matter and in his later years for his Allegorical and Mythological themes

Jeunes Femmes Au Bain shows women of privilege from an ancient time, being catered to as they are taking a bath, in what may be considered a bath house; while one servants pours fresh water into the large basin and another carries a box out of the room as she follows another young lady that has finished washing.… Read the rest

Ariadne by Asher Brown Durand
Ariadne by Asher Brown Durand

Ariadne c1831-35 by American Painter & Engraver Asher Brown Durand (1796 – 1886) was part of the Romanticism Art Movement and was a graduate of the Hudson River School. Asher’s main focus was on landscape paintings.

This painting of Ariadne by Asher is from a copy of a painting by John Vanderlyn (1776 – 1852) which he did in preparation for the engraving he produced as was often the case; he would create an oil canvas of the size of the intended engraving.… Read the rest

Ariadne Engraving by Asher Brown Durand
Ariadne Engraving by Asher Brown Durand

Ariadne Engraving c1835 by American Painter & Engraver Asher Brown Durand (1796 – 1886) was part of the Romanticism Art Movement and was a graduate of the Hudson River School. Asher’s main focus was on landscape paintings.

The Ariadne engraving by Asher is from a copy of a painting he made from an original painting by John Vanderlyn (1776 – 1852).… Read the rest

The Catskills by Asher Brown Durand
The Catskills by Asher Brown Durand

The Catskills by American Painter & Engraver Asher Brown Durand (1796 – 1886) was part of the Romanticism Art Movement and was a graduate of the Hudson River School. Asher’s main focus was on landscape paintings.

The Catskills is a beautiful landscape painting situated in the woods above a stream that creates a gentle waterfall has it goes over a cliff edge.… Read the rest

I'll Say So by Rolf Armstrong
I’ll Say So by Rolf Armstrong

I’ll Say So

I’ll Say So by American Artist Rolf Armstrong (1889 – 1960); Pinup Artist, Painter and Illustrator, and who is considered to be the godfather of the American Pin-up Art.

I’ll Say So is a beautiful portrait of a young lady in yellow bikini with white embossed floral accents, leans back with her arms supporting her in a classic pin-up girl pose; with her right leg folded back and her left leg hanging over the sand dune she is sitting on.… Read the rest

Young Lady With White Doves by Augustus Jules Bouvier
Young Lady With White Doves by Augustus Jules Bouvier

Young Lady With White Doves by French Born British Painter Augustus Jules Bouvier (1827 – 1881); who is best known for the portrait paints he created for the women of the English Aristocracy; as well as being an accomplished water colourist.

Young Lady With White Doves is an enchanting and beautiful portrait of a young lady dressed in Ancient Greek Dress draped on her body with a bright colored green Tunic, an orange undergarments and light purplish blue white robe.… Read the rest

JOB by Alphonse Mucha
JOB by Alphonse Mucha

JOB

JOB c1896 by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939); the leading and most prominent painter, illustrator and graphic artist of the art nouveau period

JOB is an elaborate free flowing image of a beautiful young lady with her hair draped over her shoulder and in her right hand she is holding on to the end of cloth that is flying in the wind behind the word JOB that is situated behind her head.… Read the rest

Chocolate Delights by Peter Driben
Chocolate Delights by Peter Driben

Chocolate Delights

Chocolate Delights by American Painter Peter Driben (1903 – 1968); painter, illustrator and one of the most prolific pin-up artist of the 1940s and 1950s.

Chocolate Delights is a pin-up girl fashion portrait of a beautiful redhead with greenish white flowers in her hair, wearing an aqua green satin dress and open toes red shoes.… Read the rest

Blossoming Beauty Pin-up by Bill Medcalf
Blossoming Beauty Pin-up by Bill Medcalf

Blossoming Beauty Pin-up by American Painter Bill Medcalf (1920 – 2005); pin-up girl illustrator as well as a portrait and landscape painter who’s career spanned the late 1940s to the late 1960s.

This Blossoming Beauty Pin-up portrait features a beautiful young redhead in an aqua green dress that transistion to a yellow sun bright color with flowers red, orange and yellow printed along the bottom perimeter which then transitions back into an aqua green color.… Read the rest

Melancholy by Francesco Hayez
Melancholy by Francesco Hayez

Melancholy

Melancholy c1841-42 by Italian Painter Francesco Hayez (1791 – 1882); who was viewed as the leading painter of the Romanticism Period in the mid 19th Century in Milan Italy. He was well known for his grand historical paintings, political allegories and exceptional fine portraits.

A portrait of a young woman with a melancholy look on her face, that is wearing a grey-blue satin dress with a white blouse undergarment.… Read the rest

Haremsleben by Franz Xaver Simm
Haremsleben by Franz Xaver Simm

Haremsleben

Haremsleben c1882 by Austrian Painter Franz Xaver Simm (1853 – 1918), illustrator and a student of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts; who studied under Eduard von Engerth and Anselm Feuerbach.

A colorful painting of a lavishly decorated Harem with a multitude of women laying lazily about on pillows and rugs, while looking at jewelry, eating fruit, smoking, drinking wine and talking to each other as well as to the men that are in their company.… Read the rest

Gretchen In front of Statue Of Saint Mary by Adam Vogler
Gretchen In front of Statue Of Saint Mary by Adam Vogler

Gretchen vor der Statue der Heiligen Maria (Gretchen in front of the statue of Saint Mary) c1850 by Austrian Painter Adam Vogler (1822 – 1856) a Romanticism Painter of the Viennese Academy.

A beautifully painted image of of a partially kneeling young lady in front of a statue of Saint Mary that seems to be situated on what may be an alter piece with a vase of flowers just off to the left, and with a larger vase filled with flowers on a perimeter stone on the floor.

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Exhibition by Kitano Tsunetomi
Exhibition by Kitano Tsunetomi

Exhibition – The Export Articles At Minatogawa Boeki Seisanhin Kyoshin-Kai by Kitano Tsunetomi

Exhibition is a Japanese vintage art poster in the art nouveau style, depicting an attractive young lady floating in mid air with a bouquet of cherry blossoms in her left hand.

It appears as she is spreading about some of the cherry blossoms with her right hand as the wind blows them away as well as her long black hair.… Read the rest

Starlight by Émile Vernon
Starlight by Émile Vernon

Starlight

Starlight by French Painter Émile Vernon (1872 – 1919); 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 in Paris France.

Starlight is a portrait of a young lady sitting on a high back stone bench that is ornately carved at the top; and to her right is a large white and pink flowering plant with green leaves that extends past her head.… Read the rest

Jewels by Thomas Edwin Mostyn
Jewels by Thomas Edwin Mostyn

Jewels by British Painter Thomas Edwin Mostyn (1864 – 1930); he is mainly known for his romantic garden scenes; even though he painted a wide variety of artwork that was vastly different from the type of art he is known for.

This is a lavish portrait of a lady in a patterned yellow dress, sitting in a garden with a multitude of flowers surrounding her.… Read the rest

The Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
The Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer

The Monarch of the Glen

The Monarch of the Glen c1849-51 by British Painter Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (1802 – 1873); well known for his animal paintings; especially for dogs, horses and stags. With his best known works being the lion sculptures at the base of Admiral Horatio Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square.… Read the rest

Beatrice by Thomas-Francis Dicksee - Portrait Of A Lady
Beatrice by Thomas-Francis Dicksee – Portrait Of A Lady

Beatrice c1863 by British Painter Thomas-Francis Dicksee (1819 – 1895), a portrait artist who specialized in the historical genre; and was often inspired by the works of Shakespeare.

This is a portrait of a young lady in a reddish pink and white dress wearing a tiara and holding a feather fan in her right hand which is placed under her left hand who’s hand rest on the forearm of the right arm.… Read the rest

The Pen by Alphonse Mucha
The Pen by Alphonse Mucha

The Pen is an elegant Art Nouveau Portrait of a young woman with an elaborate headdress and matching high waist jewelry belt holding a feather pen in her left hand; that is also adorned with flowers.

She is a wearing a pink to white plunging neck gradient dress; and the art nouveau tiled circular patterned background, along with the floral accent images above it; accent her golden blonde hair beautifully.… Read the rest

A Winter Beauty by Francois Martin-Kavel
A Winter Beauty by Francois Martin-Kavel

A Winter Beauty

A Winter Beauty by French Painter Francois Martin-Kavel (1861 – 1931); a portrait artist that specialized in creating delicate genre scenes with women as the central subject.

A tranquil winter farm landscape scene with a barn and wooden fencing highlight a beautiful young lady in a winter hooded cloaked fur coat with her hands in a fur muff on top of which lies a winter ivy plant with berry fruits.… Read the rest

Sarah Bernhardt In La Princesse Lointaine by Alphonse Mucha
Sarah Bernhardt in La Princesse Lointaine by Alphonse Mucha

Sarah Bernhardt In La Princesse Lointaine

Sarah Bernhardt in La Princesse Lointaine c1904 – Lefevre-Utile by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (Alfons Maria Mucha: 1868 – 1938) one of the most popular and well known artist of the Art Nouveau Period.

This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.… Read the rest

Calendar Champagne IMG02 by Alphonse Mucha
Calendar Champagne IMG02 by Alphonse Mucha

Calendar Champagne Image Number 2 c1897 by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939); as well as an accomplished Illustrator and Graphic Artist who was a major force of the Art Nouveau Period; known for his stylized, ornate and decorative theatrical posters.

This is an enchanting art nouveau piece showing an attractive young lady sitting in a tree with colorful orange and red flowers behind her against a deep blue background.… Read the rest

Dusk by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha
Dusk by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha

Dusk by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939); as well as an accomplished Illustrator and Graphic Artist who was a major force of the Art Nouveau Period; known for his stylized, ornate and decorative theatrical posters.

This art nouveau portrait of a young lady shows her in the forest laying on bed and wrapped in sheets with her eyes closed as she begins to go to sleep with the setting sun.… Read the rest

Evening Reverie by Alphonse Mucha
Evening Reverie by Alphonse Mucha

Evening Reverie c1898 by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939); as well as an accomplished Illustrator and Graphic Artist who was a major force of the Art Nouveau Period; known for his stylized, ornate and decorative theatrical posters.

This is another in a series that Mucha created in 1898 and it depicts an attractive young lady in bluish-white gown relaxing in a tree that is within a forest; with an elaborate floral frame that makes up the illustration.… Read the rest

Wildflowers by Élisabeth Sonrel
Wildflowers by Élisabeth Sonrel

Wildflowers (Fleurs des Champs)

Wildflowers (Fleurs des Champs) by French Painter Élisabeth Sonrel (1874 – 1953); and illustrator of the Art Nouveau style; who’s works included allegorical subjects, mysticism and symbolism, portraits and landscapes.

This is an Art Nouveau Illustration of a young lady out the field that has collected an arms full of wildflowers as she looks off into the distance.… Read the rest

Fruit by Alphonse Mucha
Fruit by Alphonse Mucha

Fruit c1897 by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939); as well as an accomplished Illustrator and Graphic Artist who was a major force of the Art Nouveau Period; known for his stylized, ornate and decorative theatrical posters.

Another of Alphonse Mucha beautiful illustrations; this time we have a young lady adorned with flowers in her hair, an arm bracelet,large ring earrings and wearing a shoulder strap blue dress; carrying an abundance of fruits in her arms as she looks towards the viewer.… Read the rest

Portrait of a Lady by Gaetano Bellei
Portrait of a Lady by Gaetano Bellei

Portrait of a Lady c~ by Italian Painter Gaetano Bellei (1857 – 1922); known for painting elegant women in glamorous interiors or scenes with elegant women being battered by the elements.

A wonderful turn of the century portrait of a young lady wearing a yellow bonnet tied to her head with a very large pink bonnet, wearing a blue off shoulder silk or satin dress accented with a red rose and wearing full length gloves as she is going up the steps into what appears to be a grand park.… Read the rest

Rest Of The Night by Alphonse Mucha
Rest Of The Night by Alphonse Mucha

Rest Of The Night c1898 by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939); as well as an accomplished Illustrator and Graphic Artist who was a major force of the Art Nouveau Period; known for his stylized, ornate and decorative theatrical posters.

A wonderful and intriguing illustration of a beautiful young lady sleeping in a lush garden with tall trees and flowering plants all around her, as the sun begins to set

This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.… Read the rest

Rose by Alphonse Mucha
Rose by Alphonse Mucha

The Rose c1897 by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939); as well as an accomplished Illustrator and Graphic Artist who was a major force of the Art Nouveau Period; known for his stylized, ornate and decorative theatrical posters.

An Alphonse Mucha floral extravaganza with an enticing young lady surrounded by roses of pink, yellow, red and white an additional flowers that also go over her flowing red hair.… Read the rest

Tender Doves by Élisabeth Sonrel
Tender Doves by Élisabeth Sonrel

Tender Doves

Tender Doves (Les Colombes; Tendresse) by French Painter Élisabeth Sonrel (1874 – 1953); and illustrator of the Art Nouveau style; who’s works included allegorical subjects, mysticism and symbolism, portraits and landscapes.

A beautiful young maiden caresses two white doves as she holds them close to her chest while standing in a garden.… Read the rest

The Innocent Swan by Élisabeth Sonrel
The Innocent Swan by Élisabeth Sonrel

The Innocent Swan

The Innocent Swan (Le Cygne; Innocence) by French Painter Élisabeth Sonrel (1874 – 1953); and illustrator of the Art Nouveau style; who’s works included allegorical subjects, mysticism and symbolism, portraits and landscapes.

The Innocent Swan is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.… Read the rest

The Iris by Alphonse Mucha
The Iris by Alphonse Mucha

The Iris

The Iris c1898 by Czech Painter Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939); as well as an accomplished Illustrator and Graphic Artist who was a major force of the Art Nouveau Period; known for his stylized, ornate and decorative theatrical posters.

This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.… Read the rest

The Love Letter by Francois Martin-Kavel
The Love Letter by Francois Martin-Kavel

The Love Letter

The Love Letter by French Painter Francois Martin-Kavel (1861 – 1931); was a portrait artist special in delicate women’s genre scenes.

This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.

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François Martin-Kavel was a French genre painter who is best known for his idealized portraits of beautiful young women, which he often depicted in exotic costumes or in titillating states of undress.… Read the rest

The Swallows of Remembrance by Élisabeth Sonrel
The Swallows of Remembrance by Élisabeth Sonrel

The Swallows of Remembrance

The Swallows of Remembrance (Les Hirondelles; Souvenir) by French Painter Élisabeth Sonrel (1874 – 1953); and illustrator of the Art Nouveau style; who’s works included allegorical subjects, mysticism and symbolism, portraits and landscapes.

The Swallows of Remembrance is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.… Read the rest

Un Temple Circulaire Jadis Dédié by Hubert Robert
Un Temple Circulaire Jadis Dédié by Hubert Robert

Un Temple Circulaire

Un Temple Circulaire Jadis Dédié (A Once Dedicated Circular Temple) by French Painter Hubert Robert (1733 – 1808), who specialized in creating artwork of the Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism, and Renaissance styles.

This painting by Hubert Robert shows a group of people around an ancient circular temple ruin, that has become home to birds (most likely pigeons); with two men at the side of the temple actively forcing the birds to take flight.… Read the rest

Two Venetian Women by Eugene de Blaas
Two Venetian Women by Eugene de Blaas

Two Venetian Women

Two Venetian Women c1893 by Italian Painter Eugene de Blaas (1843 – 1932) of the Academic Classicism Period

A classic portrait of two young beautiful Venetian women posing in front of a brick wall as one of the ladies intently gazes over at something in the viewers direction and the other looks at her saying something.… Read the rest

The Triumph of Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange by Jacob Jordaens I
The Triumph of Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange by Jacob Jordaens I

The Triumph of Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange c1652 by Flemish Painter Jacob Jordaens I (1593 – 1678); draughtsman and tapestry designer known for his genre scenes and portraits. After Peter Paul Rubens and Anthony van Dyck, he was considered the leading Flemish Baroque painter of his day.… Read the rest

The Three Graces by Edouard Bisson
The Three Graces by Edouard Bisson

The Three Graces (Die drei Grazien) c1899 by French Painter Edouard Bisson (1856 – 1939); is known for is idealized and romanticized paintings of women in atmospheric landscapes.

This is Edouard Bisson beautiful interpretation of the Goddesses of Greek Mythology; which can be three or more goddesses that represent Charm, Beauty, Nature, Creativity, Goodwill and Fertility.… Read the rest

The Swing by Edouard Bisson
The Swing by Edouard Bisson

The Swing

The Swing by French Painter Edouard Bisson (1856 – 1945); is known for his idealized and romanticized paintings of women in atmospheric landscapes. Bisson’s work focused on elevating a stylized form of feminine beauty during the Fin de Siècle.

This fanciful fantasy painting by French Painter Edouard Bisson depicts a beautiful semi nude young lady floating among the clouds in a flowing pink and white gown with a floral wreath across her chest and flowers in her auburn colored hair; as she sits on a swing composed of a long vine and flowers, while a baby angel pushes her back and forth from below and two other baby angels watch her from behind just off of her left shoulder.… Read the rest

The Cherry Girl by Adolphe Piot
The Cherry Girl by Adolphe Piot

The Cherry Girl

The Cherry Girl before c1910 by French Painter Adolphe Piot (1825 – 1910); known for his picturesque and elegant portraits of beautiful young women

A beautiful and warm looking portrait of a young girl wearing a red skirt, white blouse and blue vest, with a straw hat that has a large ribbon blowing in the wind on her head; sitting on what may be a boulder with a basket of cherries in her left hand that is resting on her lap on a white apron, while she holds two cherries in her right hand, smiling at the viewer.… Read the rest

Spring In The Woods by Anton Ebert
Spring In The Woods by Anton Ebert

Spring In The Woods by Czech Painter Anton Ebert (1845 – 1896), a portrait artist of women and children in period costume as well as landscapes.

Spring In The Woods is an Allegory painting depicting a semi-nude Forest Nymph relaxing in the woods by a large tree surrounded by flowers and plants, by a river bank.… Read the rest

Princess Charlotte of Belgium by Franz Xaver Winterhalter
Princess Charlotte of Belgium by Franz Xaver Winterhalter

Princess Charlotte of Belgium

Princess Charlotte of Belgium (1840 – 1927) c1842 by German Painter Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805 – 1873); older brother of German painter Hermann Fidel Winterhalter (1808 – 1891), is known for his portraits of mid nineteenth century royalty.

Princess Charlotte of Belgium as an adorable young girl of 2 years of age sitting on a red pillow, wearing a white dress with a blue ribbon tied around her right arm and holding a rose in her right hand that situated across her chest, with more blue flowers with large leaves and bulbs resting on lap.… Read the rest

Prima Di Andare A Letto by Delphin Enjolras
Prima Di Andare A Letto by Delphin Enjolras

Prima Di Andare A Letto

Prima Di Andare A Letto (Before Bedtime) by French Painter Delphin Enjolras (1857 – 1945) of the Academic Movement who specialized in creating portraits, nudes and interior paintings using oil, watercolor and pastels. His preferred paintings was genre scenes of young women illuminated by lamplight.… Read the rest

Nymphs and Satyr by William-Adolphe Bouguereau
Nymphs and Satyr by William-Adolphe Bouguereau

Nymphs and Satyr

Nymphs and Satyr c1873 by French Painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825 – 1905) of the Academic Period who created modern interpretations of classical subjects based on mythological and religious themes.

Four enchanting and playful water Nymphs drag a Satyr into the pond while three other Nymphs watch from a distance.… Read the rest

Mail from Across the Pond by Hans Zatzka
Mail from Across the Pond by Hans Zatzka

Mail from Across the Pond

Mail from Across the Pond c~ by Austrian Painter Hans Zatzka (1859 – 1945); also known as P. Ronsard, Pierre de Ronsard, or H. Zabateri and he signed many of his works as Joseph Bernard, J. Bernard, or Bernard Zatzk to avoid the penalties of braking contracts that limited how many works he could sell.… Read the rest