Nu Entendu, Edouard Vuillard
Ferdinand Hodler (Swiss; 1853–1918)
Claude Monet - The Red House
Hide and Seek - Fanny Brate
Soir Bleu, 1914.
windypoplarsroom: Quang Ho (Vietnamese/American; 1963) ~ Lemon Tree
Camille Pissarro, “Ponte a Montfoucault”. (1874)
Maxime Maufra (1861-1918), “Les bords de la Loire”.
Ruskin Spear (English, 1911-1990), The Blackout, 1942. Oil on panel, 50.8 x 60.9 cm. Imperial War Museums.
Le chemin à Peyrelebade (The Road to Peyrelebade) - Odilon Redon, undated.
From the Musée d’Orsay’s website:
Born into a wealthy family in Bordeaux, Redon was just two days old when he was sent to a wet nurse in Peyrelebade, a village in the Médoc. He spent most of his childhood in this area, separated from his parents. Bordering the Atlantic, this region stretching from the Gironde to the Landes, is famous for high quality of its vineyards. But it is also defined by its geological structure of sand and gravel, by a horizon stretching away into infinity and by landscapes of small villages set between moors and marshes. These wild, monotonous scenes, imbued with melancholy, became, for Redon, an introverted child with a sensitive nature, the original, bewitching point of reference of his painting.
fleurdulys: 1878 Camille Pissarro (Danish-French Impressionist/Neo-Impressionist; 1830-1903) ~ Côte des Grouettes, near Pontoise
Hungarian painter (b. 1828, Debrecen, d. 1906, Budapest)
Carthusian Monastery in the Vicinity of Rome
Oil on canvas, 65 x 45 cm
Magyar Nemzeti Galéria, Budapest
Aureliano de Beruete y Moret - View of the Sierra de Guadarrama from El Plantío (1901)
Joaquín Sorolla - Rocas de Jávea y el bote blanco (1905)
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