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A Snowy Day$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
Butterflies$92 – $108
“Butterflies” (1908) by Helen Hyde is a captivating watercolor painting that delicately captures the beauty and grace of these fragile creatures. Hyde’s meticulous attention to detail and vibrant use of color bring the butterflies to life, making the viewer feel as though they’re witnessing the insects in flight. This artwork is a testament to Hyde’s mastery of the medium and her ability to convey the ephemeral and enchanting nature of butterflies. Image: Art Institute Chicago
Cherry Blossom Rain$92 – $128
“Cherry Blossom Rain” (1905) by Helen Hyde is a breathtaking watercolor piece, depicting a serene Japanese landscape during sakura season. The delicate petals falling like rain evoke a sense of tranquility and the artist’s deep connection to Japanese aesthetics. Image: Art Institute Chicago.
The bath$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.
Winter$92 – $128
“Winter” (1901) by Helen Hyde is a captivating work of art that skillfully captures the serene beauty of the winter season. Hyde’s meticulous brushwork and soft, cool color palette bring to life a tranquil winter landscape, evoking a sense of calm and wonder. This painting exudes a peaceful, introspective ambiance, inviting viewers to embrace the stillness of the season. Image: Art Institute Chicago.