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Leo Marfurt
Dover-Ostend
Travel poster advertising a ferry crossing from Dover, England to Ostend, Belgium operated by the Belgian National Railway and offering a quick three-hour trip. The poster depicts passengers dressed in 1920s style converging on the gangplank with many porters and stewards in evidence. (1928)
 
Anne Martin McCool
Island Mood Patchwork
Four watercolor vignettes of sea, marsh, and mountains in the Pacific northwest. They show: the sun rising through the mist over a green island; a heron in marsh grass with a pale sun behind; marsh birds skimming low over the water with green hills and misty clouds in the background; and a dramatic red and yellow sunset over a purple mountain with fir trees in the foreground. The four views are also available separately; see MCC002-UL, MCC002-UR, MCC002-LL, and MCC002-LR. The background (white border area) is not stitched; use white fabric. (2006)
Island Mood Patchwork (lower left)
A watercolor vignette of marsh birds skimming low over a marsh in the Pacific northwest with green hills and misty clouds in the background. This is one of a set of four; see MCC002 for the four together. The background (white border area) is not stitched; use white fabric. (2006)
Island Mood Patchwork (lower right)
A watercolor vignette of a dramatic red and yellow sunset in the Pacific northwest over a purple mountain with fir trees in the foreground. This is one of a set of four; see MCC002 for the four together. The background (white border area) is not stitched; use white fabric. (2006)
Island Mood Patchwork (upper left)
A watercolor vignette of the sun rising through the mist over a green island in the Pacific northwest. This is one of a set of four; see MCC002 for the four together. The background (white border area) is not stitched; use white fabric. (2006)
Island Mood Patchwork (upper right)
A watercolor vignette of a heron in marsh grass with a pale sun behind in the Pacific northwest. This is one of a set of four; see MCC002 for the four together. The background (white border area) is not stitched; use white fabric. (2006)
 
Frederick McCubbin
Down on His Luck
An out-of-luck gold prospector sits on a log in a clearing in the Australian bush, his bedroll next to him, disconsolately poking at his campfire, and considering his future. A couple of eucalyptus sprigs are the only bright spots. (1889)
 
Luc-Olivier Merson
Rest on the Flight into Egypt
Mary, Joseph, and baby Jesus spending a night on the flight into Egypt under a deep blue starry sky. Mary and Jesus (with a glowing nimbus) rest between the paws of the inscrutable Sphinx while Joseph sleeps in the sand, resting his head on a step at the base of the statue. The unsaddled donkey droops his head near a small campfire. See MER001-D for a chart of a portion of this painting focusing on Mary and Jesus. (1880)
Rest on the Flight into Egypt (detail)
Mary and baby Jesus (with a glowing nimbus) spending a night on the flight into Egypt under a deep blue starry sky. They rest between the paws of the inscrutable Sphinx. This is a portion of the full painting; see MER001 for a chart of the full painting. (1880)
 
Sidney Howard Meteyard
'I am half-sick of shadows', said the Lady of Shalott
The Lady of Shalott at her tapestry with a wedding couple reflected in her mirror
 
Gabriel Metsu
Gentleman Writing a Letter
Dutch gentleman writing a letter at a carpet-covered table by an open window
 
Abraham Mignon
Opium Poppy, Sunflower and Other Flowers in a Glass Vase
A glass vase on a stone table holding an opium poppy, roses, sunflower, lilies, and many other flowers, with a Seville orange, skull, and hourglass nearby
 
John Everett Millais
Mariana
Mariana in a blue velvet gown at her window in the moated grange. The stained glass is bright but outside the autumn leaves are fading. She is watching for her lover, whom she no longer believes will come to her.
She only said, "My life is dreary,
He cometh not," she said;
She said, "I am aweary, aweary,
I would that I were dead!" - Alfred Lord Tennyson
(Pre-Raphaelite, 1851)
Bubbles
A young boy with golden hair blowing bubbles. The bubbles symbolize the transience of life. The plant to the boy's right represents life and the broken pot on his left, death. The painting was later modified and used as a Pear's Soap advertisement and became widely known in that form. The model, the artist's grandson, eventually became an admiral, but was known all his life as "Bubbles". (1886)
Ophelia
Ophelia, having fallen into the brook, lies floating and singing, unaware of her danger.
...down her weedy trophies and herself
Fell in the weeping brook. Her clothes spread wide,
And mermaidlike awhile they bore her up,
Which time she chanted snatches of old lauds,
As one incapable of her own distress... --"Hamlet", William Shakespeare
We also offer a smaller pattern of a portion of the picture (see MIL008-D). (Pre-Raphaelite, 1851-2)
Ophelia (detail)
Ophelia, having fallen into the brook, lies floating and singing, unaware of her danger.
...down her weedy trophies and herself
Fell in the weeping brook. Her clothes spread wide,
And mermaidlike awhile they bore her up,
Which time she chanted snatches of old lauds,
As one incapable of her own distress... --"Hamlet", William Shakespeare
This is a portion of the complete painting, which we also offer (see MIL008). (Pre-Raphaelite, 1851-2)
 
Lilian May Miller
Rain Blossoms
Japanese men and women carrying washi umbrellas in a gentle rain. The scene includes an arched footbridge and willow branches. (1928)
Moonlight on Mt. Fuji
A woodblock print of Mt. Fuji. Moonlight illuminates its snowy cap which is reflected in the sea. The same is true of the sail of a small boat hanging slack in the still night. A fisherman dozes at the stern of the boat. (About 1925)
 
Jean-Francois Millet
The Gleaners
Three peasant women stooping to gather grain dropped by the wheat harvesters, seen in the background with a cart holding the last load. The gleaners have their aprons knotted up to make sacks to hold the wheat they collect. Though this was a traditional part of the agricultural cycle, and today seems a charming reminder of bygone customs, this painting offended many when it was first shown by its commentary on grinding rural poverty. It is often paired with The Angelus, which we also offer in a compatible size. (1857)
The Angelus
A peasant couple who have been working steadily in the fields despite the gathering darkness, pause for prayer as the Angelus bells ring from a church on the distant horizon. This is often paired with The Gleaners, which we also offer in a compatible size. (1857-9)
Man with a Hoe
An exhausted peasant leans on his hoe in a field where he has been working. It is growing dark and in the distance the smoke from piles of burning straw can be seen. This painting inspired a poem which begins
Bowed by the weight of centuries he leans
Upon his hoe and gazes on the ground,
The emptiness of ages in his face,
And on his back the burden of the world. -- Edwin Markham
(1860-62)
 
Claude Monet
Terrace at Sainte-Adresse
Ladies and gentlemen relaxing on a fine summer day on the terrace of a garden filled with red and white flowers overlooking a harbor dotted with sailboats at anchor. Two steamships are heading for the anchorage at Le Havre. One of Monet's earlier works, this is an example of plein-air impressionism. The people in the picture are members of his family. (1867)
Water Lilies I
Monet loved to paint his garden at Giverny, especially the lily pond. Here, pink and white water lilies with their green pads predominate, with a few yellow spatterdocks. The water reflects a large tree and a pink sky, perhaps at dawn or dusk. (Impressionist, 1905)
Water Lilies
Another view of Monet's beloved lily pond in his garden at Giverny. The lilies have few flowers -- mostly there are lily pads, and a few iris leaves show at the edge of the pond. The water reflects a blue mid-day summer sky and weeping willows. (Impressionist, 1905)
Water Lilies
A close view of a few water lilies in Monet's pond in his Giverny garden. There are a few pink flowers and lily pads, and a grassy bank at the edge of the pond. The leaves of a weeping willow trail into the water and are reflected along with a deep blue sky. (Impressionist, about 1915-17)
Irises
A clump of purple and blue irises and their spiky green leaves growing at the edge of Monet's pond in his garden at Giverny. The water seems disturbed and reflects nothing except a yellowish cloud. This makes a beautiful companion to Yellow Irises, which we offer in a compatible size. (Impressionist, about 1915-22)
The Church at Vernon
The Gothic church and manse at Vernon near Monet's home in Giverny early on a summer morning. The trees and buildings are reflected in the gently rippling water of the Seine. Monet may have painted this picture from a boat in order to get closer to his subject. (Impressionist, 1883)
Yellow Irises
A dense clump of yellow irises growing in the shallow water at the edge of a pond. Their dense green leaves almost hide the water. This is another view of Monet's garden pond at his home in Giverny. This makes a beautiful companion to Monet's blue Irises, which we offer in a compatible size. (Impressionist, about 1914-17)
The Regatta at Argenteuil
Sailboats early on a summer morning, preparing to depart for a race from the landing stage on the Petit-Genevilliers bank. The luminous dawn sky is reflected in the gently rippling water. The house in the trees is that of Gustave Caillebotte, a patron of many of the Impressionists and artist in his own right, who was also fond of yachting. The boatsmen are probably Caillebotte and his friends. (Impressionist, 1872)
The White Water Lilies
An arched Japanese bridge crossing Monet's lily pond in his garden at Giverny with weeping willows and lilacs in the background. One of Monet's favorite subjects, he painted it often. This is an early example -- he later saw and painted the bridge with a lot of red, caused by his cataracts. (Impressionist, 1899)
Impression: Sunrise
A few fishermen setting out for the day in small boats in a harbor at sunrise. The rising sun blazes a fiery path on the water, and gilds the undersides of the clouds. Through the early morning mist, the shapes of moored ships are dimly seen. This painting gave the Impressionist movement its name. (Impressionist, 1872)
Haystacks, End of the Summer, Morning
An impression of haystacks at the end of the summer, sharply side-lit by the morning sun. The heat of the sun dances over the vaguely indicated hedges and wheat stubble. This is one of several views of haystacks Monet painted, in a variety of seasons and times of the day. We also offer Haystacks (Effect of Snow and Sun) (Impressionist, 1891)
Haystacks (Effect of Snow and Sun)
Two haystacks in a field frosted with snow. The sun glimmering on the frozen hay and hedges seems to be struggling to penetrate an icy fog. This is one of several views of haystacks Monet painted, in a variety of seasons and times of the day. We also offer Haystacks, End of the Summer, Morning (Impressionist, 1891)
An Orchard in Spring
A young girl with a long pigtail and bonnet sits reading in lush green grass among the twisted trunks of fruit trees in an orchard. The trees are covered with white flowers, allowing a clear blue sky to peep through, and their bright green leaves are just beginning to appear. Beyond the orchard are swaths of lavender and pink flowers. (Impressionist, 1886)
Water Lilies
Yellow water lilies, and pink water lilies tinged with red, float among lilypads on the surface of a pond which is reflecting a weeping willow tree and a bright blue sky. (Impressionist, 1908)
Irises in Monet's Garden
Beds of purple and white irises separated by paths in a garden. Several trees through which a house can be partially seen form the background. Also known as "The Artist's Garden at Giverny". (Impressionist, 1900)
Wild Poppies, Near Argenteuil
A hillside covered with bright red wild poppies. Camille Monet and son Jean are walking through tall grass in the foreground. At the top of the hill are another woman and child. Far back is a row of trees, and a house can be seen through them. (Impressionist, 1873)
The Japanese Footbridge
An arched Japanese bridge crossing Monet's lily pond in his garden at Giverny. This version is almost completely abstract, due to Monet's vision loss caused by his cataracts. Compare to The White Water Lilies. (Impressionist, about 1918-24)
Woman with a Parasol - Madame Monet and Her Son
The artist's wife and child strolling in a meadow speckled with flowers. Madame Monet is dressed in a blue gown, shawl, bonnet with veil, and carries a parasol. The child is wearing a round hat. They are at the top of a hill, viewed from below, so that the bright blue sky behind them creates a backlit effect. Also known as "The Stroll" or "La Promenade". (Impressionist, 1875)

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