45x60 cm / 18x24"
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A Snowy Dayby Helen Hyde$92 – $128
“A Snowy Day” (1901) by Helen Hyde is a delicate watercolor painting that evokes the serene beauty of a winter landscape. With a limited color palette and intricate detailing, Hyde skillfully captures the hushed stillness and pristine charm of a snowy day, inviting viewers to savor the tranquil and timeless magic of the season. Image: Art Institute Chicago
Antibes$92 – $128
“Antibes” (1906), as depicted by Henri Edmond, is a coastal gem on the French Riviera. His art captures the town’s timeless allure, with its picturesque old town, historic ramparts, and the shimmering Mediterranean sea. Through Edmond’s brushstrokes, Antibes exudes a unique charm, blending history, natural beauty, and a serene ambiance. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Mohnköpfe (Poppyheads)$92 – $128
“Mohnköpfe” (1900) by Koloman (Kolo) Moser is a striking artwork that showcases the Austrian designer’s mastery of Art Nouveau aesthetics. This piece combines intricate, organic forms with bold colors to create a captivating visual experience. Moser’s meticulous attention to detail and innovative design make “Mohnköpfe” a testament to his artistic brilliance. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Le Magazin de Nouveautes$92 – $128
“Le Magazin de Nouveautés” (1902) by John Singer Sargent is a captivating 19th-century oil painting that beautifully captures the essence of a bustling Parisian department store. Sargent’s masterful brushwork and use of light and shadow create a vivid and atmospheric portrayal of shoppers and products, offering a glimpse into the vibrant world of Belle Époque France. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
The bathby Helen Hyde$92 – $128
“The Bath” (1906) by Helen Hyde is a captivating watercolor painting that delicately portrays a Japanese woman bathing her child. Hyde, an American artist, skillfully captures the intimacy and tenderness of the moment, showcasing her mastery of color and detail. This artwork is a beautiful testament to Hyde’s appreciation for Japanese culture and her talent as a printmaker. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Neutraliaby Edvard Munch$92 – $128
(1915) In the spirit of Edvard Munch, this artwork portrays two vivid figures under a radiant, swirling sky. A vibrant tree and the sea form a dynamic backdrop for a joyfully painted boat, exuding a sense of exuberance. Munch’s signature emotional intensity is infused with a newfound cheerfulness in this masterpiece. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Provincetown$92 – $128
Marsden Hartley’s “Provincetown” (1916) is a captivating painting that encapsulates the vibrant charm of this Cape Cod town. Through bold colors and dynamic brushwork, Hartley captures the essence of Provincetown’s lively streets, capturing the bustling atmosphere and the unique blend of natural beauty and artistic culture that defines this coastal destination. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Notre Dameby Paul Signac$92 – $128
“Notre Dame” (19010) by Paul Signac is a vibrant and mesmerizing pointillist masterpiece. This iconic painting captures the famed cathedral in Paris with intricate dots of color, forming a kaleidoscope of light and atmosphere. Signac’s meticulous technique evokes the play of sunlight on the cathedral’s facade, infusing the scene with a luminous, timeless quality. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Opheliaby Odilon Redon$92 – $128
“Ophelia” (1906) by Odilon Redon is a hauntingly beautiful pastel drawing that captures the ethereal character from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Redon’s rendition portrays Ophelia in a dreamlike, almost spectral state, surrounded by delicate, swirling flowers and water, evoking a sense of tragic enchantment and melancholic allure. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Poem by Gon-Chunagon Masafusa (Oe no Masafusa)$92 – $128
Katsushika Hokusai’s “Poem by Gon-Chunagon Masafusa” (1921) is a stunning example of his ukiyo-e artistry. This woodblock print vividly portrays a contemplative moment from classical Japanese poetry. Hokusai’s meticulous craftsmanship and intricate details bring to life the beauty and emotion of a bygone era, making it a timeless masterpiece. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Poem by Lady Akazome Emon Poem by Sosei Hoshi$92 – $128
“Poem by Lady Akazome Emon” (1921) and “Poem by Sosei Hoshi” are two exquisite woodblock prints by Katsushika Hokusai, renowned for his ukiyo-e art. These prints capture the essence of Edo-era Japan, showcasing the delicacy of traditional poetry and the beauty of nature, all with Hokusai’s signature attention to detail and vibrant colors. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
Poem by Sosei Hoshi$92 – $128
Sosei Hoshi’s poem (1921), featured in Katsushika Hokusai’s series “One Hundred Poems Explained by a Wet Nurse,” reflects delicate emotions and the passage of time. The verse is a graceful exploration of love and longing, as experienced in the transient beauty of nature. Hokusai’s art adds depth to this poetic gem. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
The Girls on the Bridgeby Edvard Munch$92 – $128
(1918) In the spirit of Edvard Munch, this artwork portrays two vivid figures under a radiant, swirling sky. A vibrant tree and the sea form a dynamic backdrop for a joyfully painted boat, exuding a sense of exuberance. Munch’s signature emotional intensity is infused with a newfound cheerfulness in this masterpiece. Image: Art Institute Chicago.