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George Frederic Watts
Choosing
A young woman sniffs rapturously at orange camellia blossoms with glossy green leaves. Her own red hair and green dress with leg-o-mutton sleeves echo the camellias. The model was the actress Ellen Terry, to whom Watts was married. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1864)
 
Morgan Weistling
Kissing the Face of God
A wonderfully warm and human Mother affectionately yet reverently snuggling and kissing baby Jesus.
Mary, did you know...
When you kiss your little baby
You've kissed the face of God. -- Mark Lowry
(1998)
The Promise
Jesus was approached a man who told Jesus that his daughter was dying and pleaded with Him to put His hands on her that she might be healed. But before they reached his house, they received word that the girl had died. Jesus told her father not to be afraid, but to believe. When they reached the house, Jesus told the assembled mourners that the girl was not dead, but asleep. They laughed but Jesus took the girl's hand and told her to get up, and she did. This work shows the moment when the little girl has been given her life back, the complete trust, gratitude, and closeness to Jesus. The title comes from Jesus' promise: "He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die."
 
J. O. Westwood
Papilio poseidon
Two great bird-wing butterflies (native to New Caledonia) on a passion-flower. The upper butterfly shows the pattern on the top of the wings; the lower shows the underside. The background is not stitched, and the pattern is designed for white fabric. (1848)
 
James McNeill Whistler
Symphony in White, No. II: The Little White Girl
A young woman in a white lace dress with a Chinese fan leaning against a mantel gazing pensively into a mirror
 
Worthington Whittredge
On the Cache La Poudre, Colorado
Massive cottonwood trees growing along the Cache La Poudre River where it crosses the plains below the Rocky Mountains, seen in the distance. In the lush, flower-dotted grass, a few deer graze. (Hudson River School, 1876)
The Old Hunting Grounds
A decrepit canoe lies in a woodland pond where deer now drink
Near Gray Court Junction
A farmhouse set amid pastures, with a man and cattle walking along a muddy, wooded lane
Fallen Birch
A split and broken birch tree lying next to two still standing at the edge of a forest
 
Grant Wood
American Gothic
A silent, dour farmer and his spinster daughter posing outside their gothic-style house. They seem to be dressed in a combination of good and work clothes. She wears a black dress with white collar and cameo pin, with a calico apron trimmed with rickrack over it. He wears worn and faded coveralls with a rusty black jacket over it, and clutches a pitchfork. See WOO001-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (American Regionalist, 1930)
American Gothic (smaller)
A silent, dour farmer and his spinster daughter posing outside their gothic-style house. They seem to be dressed in a combination of good and work clothes. She wears a black dress with white collar and cameo pin, with a calico apron trimmed with rickrack over it. He wears worn and faded coveralls with a rusty black jacket over it, and clutches a pitchfork. See WOO001 for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (American Regionalist, 1930)
Spring in the Country
In the rolling Iowa farmland, a plainly-dressed woman hoes holes along a string line as a boy in overalls plants seedlings from a basket. Next to him is a bucket of water with a dipper to water the plants in. Behind them a man is tilling the plowed field with a team of horses, avoiding a flowering tree. Farther off is a herd of white-faced cattle and other farmsteads. A spray of apple blossoms and buds is close to us in one corner. (American Regionalism, 1941)
The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere
Paul Revere galloping through the Middlesex countryside to warn every village and farm that the British are coming. A bright moon bathes trees, houses, church, and river bluffs in light and shadow as people along the road awake to hear the news. (American Regionalism, 1931)
It was one by the village clock,
When he galloped into Lexington...
And the meeting-house windows, black and bare,
Gaze at him with a spectral glare...
-- "Paul Revere's Ride" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Dinner for Threshers
A cross section of a farm house where a noon meal is being served to workers. On the left is a red barn with two horses drinking from a trough and some chickens. A boy is carrying a pail of water and on the porch two men clean up for lunch. Inside are the threshers wearing overalls and seated at a long table. Two women are serving them dinner, and farther right is the kitchen with pump and cast-iron stove. Two more women are dishing up the meal as a cat waits its turn. Through the screen door another outbuilding can be seen. (American Regionalism, 1934)
Spring in Town
The residents of a small town going about springtime activities. A man digs a garden, a woman hangs quilts on a clothesline, another man mows the grass, two men are beating a carpet, a woman watches as a man climbs onto the roof. A little girl pulls down the branches of a flowering tree and another pushes a wagon down the street. The sun is bright although a spring storm seems to be approaching. (American Regionalism, 1942)
Stone City, Iowa
The little town of Stone City surrounded by rolling hills and farmland. The view includes a field with corn just sprouting, orchards, woods, grasslands, a disused stone quarry, and various farms and farmhouses with windmills, grazing cattle, and vegetable gardens. A man on horseback is riding along the winding road as it approaches the river bridge. (American Regionalism, 1930)
The Birthplace of Herbert Hoover, West Branch, Iowa
A view of the cottage where Herbert Hoover was born (the leftmost of the three white adjoining buildings in the center of the painting -- the two-story house and covered walkway were added by a later owner, and are no longer there). When Hoover became president, it became a popular tourist attraction, and a tour guide stands on the lawn and gestures toward the cottage. Orphaned at 9, Hoover called this place "physical proof of the unbounded opportunity of American life." The hamlet of West Branch is shown from the top of a steep hill on a clear early autumn day. (American Regionalism, 1931)
Haying
A hilly hayfield, mowed and raked into windrows. There is a corked jug in the foreground. At the top of the hill is a barn and another outbuilding, a windmill, a few leafy trees, and a hayloader. (American Regionalism, 1939)
 
Fernando Yanez
St. Catherine
St. Catherine with a sword, broken wheel, and crown before a panel and brick wall

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