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G. D. Leslie
The Young Gardener
A young mother wearing a white ruffled dress with puffed sleeves and a dark blue sash, and a straw hat, filling her small daughter's little watering can from a larger one next to a brick garden wall. The little girl is wearing a white sunbonnet and a pinafore. The flowers in the sun-dappled garden include roses, oriental poppies, and foxgloves. (1889)
The Young Gardener (detail)
A little girl in a white sunbonnet and pinafore holding a watering can in a sun-dappled garden beside a brick garden wall. This is a small detail from the full painting which we also offer. (1889)
Sun and Moon Flowers
Two sisters in complementary dresses -- the blonde girl in white with blue accents, and the brunette in blue with white accents -- sitting in a white-panelled room at a sunny window which gives a view of a rose garden, trimming sunflowers to be put into blue-and-white oriental vases. Though they are dressed in the style of the 1820s, the sunflowers and the colors blue and white are emblematic of the aesthetic movement (art for art's sake) of the late 19th century when the picture was painted. (1889)
The Language of Flowers
Two sisters, one in white and one in dark gray, have been cutting flowers in the garden and now lounge on a green leather couch before a white paneled wall with an embroidered bellpull nearby. One plays with the scissors and the other looks up the traditional meaning of a flower in a large book. See LES004-D and LES004-D2 for charts of portions of this painting. (1885)
The Language of Flowers (detail)
Two sisters, one in white and one in dark gray, have been cutting flowers in the garden and now lounge on a green leather couch before a white paneled wall with an embroidered bellpull nearby. One plays with the scissors and the other looks up the traditional meaning of a flower in a large book. This is a portion of the full painting; see LES004 for the full painting, or LES004-D2 for a smaller view. (1885)
The Language of Flowers (small detail)
Two sisters, one in white and one in dark gray, have been cutting flowers in the garden and now lounge on a green leather couch before a white paneled wall. One plays with the scissors and the other looks up the traditional meaning of a flower in a large book. This is a portion of the full painting; see LES004 for the full painting, or LES004-D for another view. (1885)
Tea
A young woman in the dress of the 1700s -- a red polonaise dress over a flowered petticoat, a white fichu about her shoulders with a nosegay of yellow primroses tucked into it, and a beribboned mobcap -- standing behind a table covered with a white cloth. She is about to serve tea from a blue willow tea set. Cups with spoons, cream jug, and sugar bowl with lump sugar are all ready on a tray. Behind her is a wooden chair and a white panelled wall. (1894)
Her First Place
A lackadaisical scullery maid in cap and apron, seated before a fireplace. She has a dustpan in her hand and was evidently about to clean out the grate when the temptation to take a break became too much. A black cat wearing a blue collar is also enjoying the warmth of the fire. The scullery has a brick floor and a narrow table by the wall holds a couple of crockery pieces. A few pots and pans are hung on the walls and a cupboard is around the corner from the hearth. (About 1895)
The Daughters of Eve
Two women who have been hanging laundry on a line strung from an apple tree take a break to pick and eat some apples. A young girl in a white dress is leaning against the tree trunk eating a yellow apple. A woman standing on a chair to reach the apples, wearing a green dress hiked up over a yellow petticoat, is handing an apple to the other woman in red kneeling beside the laundry basket. (1883)
 
Emanuel Leutze
Washington Crossing the Delaware
General George Washington crossing the Delaware River for a surprise attack on the Hessians at Trenton on December 25, 1776. Standing next to Washington holding the flag is Lieutenant James Monroe, future President. Seated behind them, with his hand on his hat, is General Edward Hand. The rowers are struggling to push away the thick ice. The actual crossing took place late at night but is depicted here as if at dawn. (1851)
 
Jean-Etienne Liotard
The Chocolate Pot
A maid in an orange coat, blue skirt, white apron, and pink cap carrying a tray with a mug of hot chocolate and a glass of water
 
Louis Lozowick
Seattle
Night scene of barges, floating logs, and railroad cars surrounded by warehouses and tall buildings
 
J. E. H. MacDonald
Cathedral Peak, Lake O'Hara
A setting sun casts rosy tints on Cathedral Peak in Yoho Park in British Columbia. Gemlike Lake O'Hara is nestled in the glacier-carved valley below. (Group of Seven, 1927)
 
August Macke
Fashion Shop
Ladies in hobble skirts looking at dresses and hats in shops in an arcade
Colored Forms I
An abstract design of curved and rectangular interlocking colored shapes in blues, whites, greens, yellows. blacks, oranges, and reds. We also offer Colored Forms II. (Expressionist, The Blue Rider or Der Blaue Reiter movement, 1913)
Colored Forms II
An abstract design of large and small interlocking colored shapes predominantly in shades of green, orange, and blue, with a cascading stairstep effect. We also offer Colored Forms I. (Expressionist, The Blue Rider or Der Blaue Reiter movement, 1913)
 
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Fritillaria
A study of fritillaries done in pencil and watercolors. The background is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. (1915)
 
Edward Green Malbone
Eliza Izard (Mrs. Thomas Pinckney, Jr.)
A miniature of a beautiful dark-haired young woman in a white dress
 
Edouard Manet
Oeillets et Clematites dans un Vase de Cristal
Violets and clematis in a crystal vase
Bar at the Folies-Bergere
A brassy blonde barmaid tending bar at the Folies-Bergere. The mirrored wall behind her reflects the gentleman whose order she is taking and the crowded cabaret with its ornate chandeliers.
 
Franz Marc
The Bewitched Mill
Fanciful millrace with various animals and birds nearby, and tree and buildings behind
Blue Horse
Blue horse in a stylized landscape with red and blue hills
The Yellow Cow
A yellow cow gaily jumping over a rock in a red and green landscape with blue mountains in the background
Foxes
A semi-cubist depiction of a swirl of red foxes. According to Marc, "Red is matter, brutal and heavy and always the colour to be opposed and overcome by the other two [blue and yellow]." (Expressionist, 1913)
The Little Blue Horses
Three very blue horses with black manes and tails standing close together. They are against an abstract but colorful background consisting of red, green, orange, yellow, pink, and white shapes. (Expressionist, 1911)
Grazing Horses II
Four strawberry horses with fanciful blue manes and tails grazing in a yellow and green meadow. A blue mountain rises in the background under a blue sky with swirling white clouds. (Expressionist, 1910)

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