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Pei-hung Hsu
Cat and Yellow Butterfly
A black and white cat stalks a yellow butterfly through a tree
 
Arthur Hughes
In the Grass
A young woman in a bodice and peasant blouse pensively toying with grasses and flowers
 
Edward Robert Hughes
Midsummer Eve
A girl crowned with leaves standing in a fairy ring in a forest glade lit up by the fairy lights
Night with Her Train of Stars and Her Great Gift of Sleep
Night, in a crown and deep blue gown, is followed by a train of baby stars, larks, and poppies. She carries one sleeping star, and presses her finger to her lips to warn the others not to awaken it.
Shadows rise. The lark sings on. The sun,
Closing his benediction,
Sinks, and the darkening air
Thrills with a sense of the triumphing night
Night with her train of stars
And her great gift of sleep. -- "Margaritae Sorori" by W. E Henley
(Pre-Raphaelite, 1912)
 
Rudi Hurzlmeier
Krahe
A whimsical crow walking across a wintry field of stubble with a misshapen tree in the background. The crow is wearing dilapidated old boots and his feathers form an overcoat with a turned-up collar. He is thoughtfully chewing a straw in his beak.
 
John William Inchbold
A Study in March
Early spring landscape with bare trees, sheep, and wildflowers
 
Frank Tenney Johnson
Portrait of Ak-Ene-Ah
A portrait of an elderly Native American man dressed in fringed and beaded elkskin, holding a peace pipe. His long hair is braided and carries a couple of eagle feathers, and he gazes into the distance with great dignity. (1914)
Night Watch
A cowboy on horseback watching a herd of longhorn cattle through the night. They are on a rocky plateau with little vegetation except some sagebrush. There are mesas in the background, and another cowboy. The cowboy is relaxed, smoking with his arms crossed, and is wearing a hat, bandanna, leather vest, chaps, and boots. We also offer a detail from the painting showing just the cowboy and horse -- see JOH002-D. (1936)
Night Watch (detail)
A cowboy on horseback at night. The cowboy is relaxed, smoking with his arms crossed, and is wearing a hat, bandanna, leather vest, chaps, and boots. This is a detail from the full painting, which we also offer. See JOH002. (1936)
An Evil Omen
Two Indians on horseback crossing a rocky mountain pass just after sunset pause to watch a shooting star. They are wearing leather leggings, shirts, moccasins, and headbands, and one carries a rifle. One of the horses seems to notice the star as well. (1930)
 
Warren Kimble
Betty and Joe
Two folk-art style cats, one white, one black and white, on a carpet decorated with hearts. The background is red with branching plants with heart-shaped flowers. The original was painted on a board and our version retains some of the wood grain.
Spring Panel
A folk-art landscape in early spring. Tall trees are leafing out, but the red house below them has a good woodpile and smoke issuing from its chimney. Plants are emerging from plowed fields, and maple sap buckets are attached to one of the trees. The original was painted on a board and our version retains some of the wood grain. We also offer the other seasons, Summer, Fall, and Winter.
Summer Panel
A folk-art landscape in summer. A white house sits below tall trees and is surrounded by low leafy shrubs with a faint path through it. A few birds are soaring in the blue sky. The original was painted on a board and our version retains some of the wood grain. We also offer the other seasons, Spring, Fall, and Winter.
Fall Panel
A folk-art landscape in fall. A red schoolhouse amid tall trees turning golden and harvested fields. The roof of the school features lightning rods and a bell tower topped by a weathervane. The original was painted on a board and our version retains the wood grain look. We also offer the other seasons, Spring, Summer, and Winter.
Winter Panel
A folk-art landscape in winter. A white gothic-style church stands amid snow-covered hills. Tall trees with bare branches tower over it, and there are a couple of snow-laden pines next to it. The original was painted on a board and our version retains some of the wood grain. We also offer the other seasons, Spring, Summer, and Fall.
Nellie's Barn
A large black and white cow standing in a grassy field next to a red barn and other red farm buildings. There are a few trees behind the barn and some puffy white clouds in the sky. The original was painted on a panel and our version retains the wood grain look.
Church Birdhouse
A birdhouse made to look like a Gothic-style church, with narrow windows and a steeple. Two cardinals are perched beside it, one on the platform and one on a twig. Slender dogwood trees bloom behind the birdhouse, and a blue sky with small white clouds forms the background. The original was painted on a board and our version retains the wood-grain look.
American Farm
A folk-art farm with an American flag painted on the side of a red barn. There is also an American flag flying from the barn steeple. The sky is an American flag in shades of light blue and white. There are a few trees along a rail fence line, and in front of the barn is a crazy quilt of different crops, pumpkins, sunflowers, carrots, beets, and flowers.
Colonial Flag
A rustic American colonial flag with 11 stripes and 16 stars. The original was painted on a board, and our version retains the scratchers and wood-grain look of the original.
The Shelburne Barn
An old-fashioned round barn painted a cheerful red, built into the side of a grassy hill. There is a small cupola in the center of the black roof. The barn has many small windows and a fieldstone foundation. There is a fence and several trees along the ridgeline, with a few clouds in the blue sky. The original was painted on a board, and our version retains the scratchers and wood-grain look of the original.
 
Rudyard Kipling
The Cat That Walked By Himself
An illustration for one of Kipling's "Just So Stories". He described the picture this way:
This is the picture of the Cat that Walked by Himself, walking by his wild lone through the Wet Wild Woods and waving his wild tail. There is nothing else in the picture except some toadstools. They had to grow there because the woods were so wet. The lumpy thing on the low branch isn't a bird. It is moss that grew there because the Wild Woods were so wet.
The background is not stitched, and the pattern is designed for white fabric. (1902)
 
Gustav Klimt
The Kiss
Two lovers kneeling on a bed of flowers wrapped in a close embrace. They are both wearing elaborately decorated bright yellow robes, the man's with black, white and gray rectangles, the woman's with many-colored circular flower motifs. The background is dark, spattered with gold. [Previously incorrectly titled "The Beethoven Frieze (detail)".] We also offer a pattern of a detail of the full painting; see KLI001-D. (Art Nouveau, 1902)
The Kiss (detail)
Two lovers wrapped in a close embrace. They are both wearing elaborately decorated bright yellow robes, the man's with black, white and gray rectangles, the woman's with many-colored circular flower motifs. The background is dark, spattered with gold. This is a detail of the full painting; see KLI001 for a pattern of the complete painting. (Art Nouveau, 1902)
Farm Garden with Sunflowers
Many-colored flowers and sunflowers
Portrait of Emilie Floge
A portrait of a woman in an ornately decorated blue dress with a high collar
Lady with Fan
A lady in an elaborately decorated gown holding a red fan. She is shown against a golden background with peacocks and other fabulous flowers and birds. See KLI004-L for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Art Nouveau, 1917-18)
Lady with Fan (larger)
A lady in an elaborately decorated gown holding a red fan. She is shown against a golden background with peacocks and other fabulous flowers and birds. See KLI004 for a smaller version (fewer stitches, less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Art Nouveau, 1917-18)
Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I
Adele Bloch-Bauer, a notable Viennese hostess and wife of a wealthy sugar merchant, in a fanciful golden gown with Byzantine motifs. Klimt painted her in a shower of gold reminiscent of Zeus' golden shower upon Danae, so that it is hard to tell where the dress ends and the background begins. The original painting was plundered by the Nazis and only returned recently to the rightful heirs, who sold it in 2006 for a record $135 million. See KLI005-D for a detail of detail of the painting with less background. (Art Nouveau, 1907)
Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauser I (detail)
Adele Bloch-Bauer, a notable Viennese hostess and wife of a wealthy sugar merchant, in a fanciful golden gown with Byzantine motifs. Klimt painted her in a shower of gold reminiscent of Zeus' golden shower upon Danae, so that it is hard to tell where the dress ends and the background begins. The original painting was plundered by the Nazis and only returned recently to the rightful heirs, who sold it in 2006 for a record $135 million. This is a detail of the full portrait; see KLI005 for the full painting. (Art Nouveau, 1907)
Water Serpents I
A fanciful depiction of two women with long waving golden hair as water serpents or mermaids. They are entwined against a background of billowing draperies patterned with swirls, flowers, and checks, and swirling water plants. A large fish swims past. The upper corners are not stitched; white fabric is suggested. (Art Nouveau, 1904-7)
Fulfillment
A portion of a panel from the Stoclet Frieze of an embracing couple representing Fulfillment. Behind them are the curling branches of the Tree of Life. They are wrapped in robes patterned with ovals, fish, birds, mosaics, eyes, and flowers. We also offer patterns of a detail of the couple, the full panel, just the tree, and Expectation, which makes a good companion to Fulfillment. (Art Nouveau, 1905-9)
Fulfillment (detail)
A portion of a panel from the Stoclet Frieze of an embracing couple representing Fulfillment. Behind them are the curling branches of the Tree of Life. They are wrapped in robes patterned with ovals, fish, birds, mosaics, eyes, and flowers. We also offer a pattern of the full length figures. (Art Nouveau, 1905-9)
Pallas Athena
The goddess Athena wearing a golden helmet, her red hair streaming below it, and the Aegis or breastplate with the head of Medusa the Gorgon in the center and bordered with serpents. In her left hand she holds a golden spear; in her right, a tiny figure of a woman with her arms outstretched standing on a miniature globe. Behind her is a scene styled after Greek pottery showing Hercules wrestling the Triton. Her companion owl is dimly seen behind her also.
...Her terrible eyes shining... (Iliad I.200)
(Art Nouveau, 1898)
The Tree of Life
A panel from the Stoclet Frieze showing Klimt's interpretation of the Tree of Life, with curling branches, eyes on stalks, and triangular fruit. A black bird perches on one branch. On the left, a dancing woman representing Expectation is looking right. Her gown is decorated with triangles indicating her tension. On the right is an embracing couple representing Fulfillment, with robes decorated with ovals, which give them a mellower look. All along the bottom are small flowers in a variety of colors and shapes. We also offer patterns of Fulfillment, Expectation, and just the tree. (Art Nouveau, 1905-9)
The Tree of Life (detail)
A portion of a panel from the Stoclet Frieze showing Klimt's interpretation of the Tree of Life, with curling branches, eyes on stalks, and triangular fruit. A black bird perches on one branch. All along the bottom are small flowers in a variety of colors and shapes. We also offer patterns of the full panel, Fulfillment, and Expectation. (Art Nouveau, 1905-9)
Expectation
A portion of a panel from the Stoclet Frieze of a dancing woman representing Expectation. Behind her are the curling branches of the Tree of Life. She is dressed in robes patterned with gold and multicolored striped triangles, and wears gold bracelets and headdress. We also offer pattern of the full panel, just the tree, and Fulfillment, which makes a good companion to Expectation. (Art Nouveau, 1905-9)
Mother and Child
A detail from "The Three Ages of Woman" showing a nude young mother holding her sleeping baby. Her head, with flowing golden hair decorated with flowers and ferns, rests on the baby's curly brown hair. The background is abstract dots and circles. (Art Nouveau, 1905)

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