Claude and Renee is a lovely 1903 painting by Auguste Renoir.
Vilhelm Hammershoi is an artist I had not been familiar with until the Gallery added this painting into its collection some years ago. Sunshine in the Drawing Room is from 1910.
Hope I is a moody but poignant work by Gustav Klimt, from 1903.
Here we have Iris, an 1890 painting by Vincent van Gogh.
Today I conclude with Meadow and Farm of Jas de Bouffon. This circa 1885-87 painting is by Paul Cezanne.
I think the Van Gogh is my favourite from that selection. Or maybe the Cezanne.ReplyDelete
"Hope" looks a bit scary to me.ReplyDelete
"Hope" my Brother finds the card my Dad painted for Mother´s day, it, too, features that flower.
How they dressed little girls looks very cute, but poor thing, how to make sandcastles with that outfit ?ReplyDelete
The first painting by Auguste Renoir is a beautiful study of his son and nurse.ReplyDelete
Great exhibit, the first one and the last two are my favorites.
Take care, have a happy day!
I think we are appreciating this ongoing tour, William.ReplyDelete
Quadros muito interessante.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Pierwszy obraz mi się podoba.ReplyDelete
Another day of favourites! Love these!ReplyDelete
I especially like the light in 'Sunshine in the Drawing Room'.ReplyDelete
Delightful group of paintings William, I do love Gustave Klimt's work 💛ReplyDelete
The Drawing Room is lovely, quite moody.ReplyDelete
The first painting is my favourite.ReplyDelete
Sunshine in the Drawing Room - a masterpiece indeed!ReplyDelete
@John: hard to choose.ReplyDelete
@Iris: Hope does have some scary elements.
@Gattina: quite so.
@Rosemary: it is.
@Eileen: glad you enjoyed them.
@David: and more to come.
@Francisco: thank you.
@Agnieszka: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Marie: me too.
@Jan: as do I.
@Grace: he was vivid.
@Gemel: I think so.
@Nancy: it really stands out.
@Magiceye: I certainly agree.
What a group! Fabulous, William.ReplyDelete
I like the first portrait and the irises.ReplyDelete
I loved all of these, but the Klimt caught my attention from remembering the feeling of having babies changing my own shape...and once I did take a photo of myself with a babe pushing my belly out to that unbelievable protuberance. Out of all that volume comes just this tiny little thing! But this painting is about the forces of beginning of life and endings.ReplyDelete
I like the Van Gogh and the Renoir.ReplyDelete
Masterpieces indeed, William!ReplyDelete
These are all beautiful and by very well known artists. I had never seen even a picture of that Klimt painting before. How interesting!ReplyDelete
I had never seen that Klimt before. My favourites are the Renoir and the Van Gogh :)ReplyDelete
@Anvilcloud: me too.
@Barbara: it is captivating.
@Fun60: they're both great.
@Karl: very much so.
@Sharon: there are a couple of other Klimt paintings on extended loan here, but photos not allowed.
@Sami: it's been a long while since I last featured that Klimt.
There are works by very well known artists on display here, I really need to visit this gallery one day!ReplyDelete
The drawing room painting, reminds me of an old work place that had a similar sofa in the front hall.ReplyDelete
It's interesting what memories art draws out.Delete
Fantastic masterpiece display and great photos ~ XoReplyDelete
Living moment by moment,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Great masterpiece paintings. So much beauty displayed by these artists.ReplyDelete
There is indeed.Delete
More beautiful work. I like the new format, too.ReplyDelete
The top one is a beautiful painting, I'd hang it in my house.ReplyDelete
I'd rush to that exhibit if there.ReplyDelete
I love this place.Delete
These I recall seeing!ReplyDelete
They stick in the memory.Delete
I'm not familiar with Hammershoi either. It's a lovely piece. And of course you can't go wrong with Van Gogh and irises!ReplyDelete
I've seen others of his since at a temporary exhibit here. He had a vivid style.Delete