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Maxfield Parrish
Daybreak
A girl in a tunic sleeping, her arms flung over her head, on a veranda amid high mountain peaks. She is framed by two columns and the branches of flowering trees. A young nude girl leans over her watching her sleep. The brilliant oblique rays of the rising sun sharply highlight the two girls, the columns, and the mountainsides. See PAR001-D for a chart of a portion of this painting. (The Golden Age of Illustration, 1922)
Daybreak (detail)
A girl in a tunic sleeping, her arms flung over her head, on a veranda amid high mountain peaks. She is framed by a column and the branches of flowering trees. A young nude girl leans over her watching her sleep. The brilliant oblique rays of the rising sun sharply highlight the two girls, the columns, and the mountainsides. This is a portion of the full painting; see PAR001 for the full painting. (The Golden Age of Illustration, 1922)
Ecstasy
A young woman stands on a rocky outcrop in the mountains, the wind whipping her tunic about her, with a brilliant blue sky filled with billowing white clouds behind her. She cradles her head in her arms and gazes enraptured at the scene before her. (Golden Age of Illustration, 1929)
Peaceful Night
A traditional white frame New England church with steeple and clock tower at night. The moon floods the landscape with a golden light. A few sturdy pine trees stand among the hills of snow. (1950)
Arizona
Rugged pillars of lava rock framing a glaring blue sky. The sun intensely lights one crag a rosy orange and yellow while throwing the other into deep purple shadow. (1930)
Christmas Pudding
Two boys and a man in elaborate Elizabethan dress standing before an arched colonnade. The man holds a shallow silver basin containing a round plum pudding, while the boys hold silver trays, one with a bowl of apples and the other with a bowl and pitcher. The background (white area) is not stitched and the pattern is designed for white fabric. (Golden Age of Illustration, 1897)
New Moon
A sliver of a moon rising in the early evening sky. A large oak tree in autumn foliage stands in the foreground on the banks of a creek, and behind it are a house and barn. (1958)
 
Paul Peel
The Young Botanist
A little girl seated on a grassy sand dune intently studying some flowers. She is wearing a striped dress and apron and a bedraggled straw hat trimmed with flowers. A leather notebook lies next to her at the edge of the dune overlooking the ocean. (1888-90)
After the Bath
Two naked children, freshly bathed, warm themselves before a fire in a dark room. Their skin glows in the light of the fire. One is seated on a carpet; the other is standing. The mantel is dimly outlined, and a gilt-framed mirror on a stand is the only article of furniture that can be clearly seen. (Canadian, 1890)
 
Coles Phillips
Feeding the Chickens
A woman in a white dress with black dots feeding a flock of black and white chickens. This is one of Coles Phillips famed "fade-away" ladies: although we seem to see the edges of the white objects, this is an optical illusion. They actually fade into the background. The background is not stitched, and white fabric should be used. This pattern is equivalent to a 150 x 150 pattern in terms of total stitches. (1908)
 
Antonio Ponce
Vase of Flowers
Tulips, jonquils, irises, and peonies in a glass vase on a table
 
Maurice Alec Poulton
Fishing in New Zealand
A rugged fisherman standing in a rocky stream, preparing to cast. He is smoking a pipe, and wearing a white shirt with rolled-up sleeves, canvas pants, and waders. He has a creel over one shoulder. This is taken from a poster promoting New Zealand for "the world's best sport". (1936)
 
Maurice Prendergast
Umbrellas in the Rain
A crowd of people carrying gaily colored umbrellas crossing a footbridge over a canal in Venice. The sun is shining through the rain and glints off the puddled pavement, reflecting the ladies' ruffled dresses. A colonnaded building is in the background. (Impressionist, 1899)
 
Levi Wells Prentice
Apples in a Tin Pail
Orange apples with golden highlights in shiny tin containers
Still Life with Fruit and Pocket Knife
A homey still life of a fancy milk-glass compote filled with ripe fruit, peaches, pears, and red and white grapes. It stands on a table covered with a white damask cloth and a freshly unfolded green fringed napkin with a Greek key design. A jackknife and a saucer stand ready to cut up and serve the fruit. (1890)
Baskets of Raspberries
A still life of two wood berry baskets on a highly polished table. One is upright and filled with red raspberries, the other has spilled onto the table. The baskets and berries are reflected in the tabletop. Behind them is a Delft bowl. (Late 1890s)
Apples and Tree Trunk
A rustic still life of orange-red and yellow apples (some perfect, some blemished) piled at the base of a tree with scaly bark with a couple of leafy twigs atop them. Just next to the tree trunk are a couple of rustic fence rails, with grass visible between the rails. (1891)
Basket of Plums
A still life of a chipboard basket filled with red plums, resting on a green fringed cloth. More plums surround the basket. (1898)
 
Howard Pyle
An Attack on a Galleon
A longboat full of pirates plunging through high waves toward a galleon which has gotten separated from the rest of the treasure convoy. Another boatful of cutthroats is already boarding the galleon and overcoming the crew, as indicated by the clouds of gunpowder smoke rising from the ship's deck. Illustration for "The Fate of a Treasure Town". (Golden Age of Illustration, 1905)
 
Sir Henry Raeburn
The Reverend Robert Walker Skating
An 18th century Scottish clergyman solemnly ice-skating on a frozen lake
 
Raphael
The Sistine Madonna
The Virgin Mary holding the baby Jesus, standing on a bed of clouds. She is dressed in a red gown with a scarf over her shoulders, a blue over-skirt, and a tan veil over her head. She is glancing down but the adorable baby with tousled hair gazes frankly at us. Kneeling before them are Saint Sixtus (who gives the painting its name) with his papal tiara, and Saint Barbara. All are framed by a pair of green curtains, behind which the faces of angels or souls are dimly seen. Two whimsical putti (baby angels) are also in attendance. See RAP001-D for a chart of just Mary and Jesus, or RAP004 for a chart of the putti. (1513)
The Sistine Madonna (detail)
The Virgin Mary holding the baby Jesus, standing on a patch of cloud. She is dressed in a red gown with a scarf over her shoulders, a blue over-skirt, and a tan veil over her head. She is glancing down but the adorable baby with tousled hair gazes frankly at us. The background is not stitched; white fabric is recommended. We also offer the full painting. (1513)
Madonna of the Chair
A beautiful, placid Madonna wearing a striped scarf, an ornately striped green shawl over red sleeves, and a blue skirt seated in a chair. She hugs the baby Jesus (in yellow) close to her, and the infant St. John the Baptist leans on her knee in an attitude of prayer. The section outside the circular design is not stitched. White fabric is recommended. (1518)
Putti, Sistine Madonna
Two mischievous putti (baby angels) with russet wings, leaning on their elbows. They are taken from the Sistine Madonna (see RAP001 for the full painting. (1513)
Madonna and Child
Also known as "The Small Cowper Madonna", this very simple and human depiction of the Madonna and Child against a classical Italianate background could be any mother and her baby. The mother, in a red dress with a blue woollen robe across her lap, and a gauzy veil about her head and shoulders, gazes quietly at us, while the active baby clasps her about her neck. (1505)
Portrait of Young Woman with Unicorn
A portrait of a young woman with blonde hair in a red and tan dress and wearing a necklace with a large ruby and teardrop pearl. She is holding a small unicorn on her lap, in medieval romance a symbol of purity. She is seated on a balcony overlooking low hill. For many years this was thought to be a portrait of Saint Catherine because the unicorn had been painted over with a Catherine wheel, but the unicorn was revealed when the painting was restored in the mid-thirties. (1506)
Madonna del Granduca
The Virgin Mary, in a red dress and blue robe, gazing affectionately at baby Jesus who she holds in a sitting position. The name derives from the Grand Duke Ferdinand III of Lorraine who once owned the painting. X-ray analysis has revealed that Raphael originally painted a background with a landscape and architectural elements (as he did with all the other Virgins from this period) and it was painted over later. This pattern is solidly stitched. (1504)

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