Autumn gold I - Ashka Lowman

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William Henry Margetson

Castles of sand


Oil on canvas

(Source: livre-d-art)

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Princess Badoura (1913)

(frontispiece for the children’s book, Princess Badoura)

illustrated by Edmund Dulac 

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Study of a Young Woman’s Head ( circa 1895) by Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898).

Image and text courtesy Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

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Henri Lebasque - Woman and Little Girl at the Window

Henri Lebasque - Woman and Little Girl at the Window

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With the Wind

Edward Robert Hughes (English, 1851–1914)

Coloured chalks on grey paper.

Hughes worked mainly in watercolor and gouache, painting symbolist subjects and obscure literary themes, often Italian in origin. He is also well known for his slightly idealized portraits of women, executed in red chalk. His works display the meticulous observation of nature and minute technique associated with the Pre-Raphaelite movement.

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William Merritt Chase: A Sunny Day at Shinnecock Bay (1892)

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Olga von Württemberg

by Franz Xaver Winterhalter

(Source: promenadedessanglais)

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A Letter to Alessandra (2000)

by William Whitaker 

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La joie des choses (1884)
Oil on Canvas.
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy, Nancy, France.

Art by Armand Point.(1860-1932).

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