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George Bingham
Fur Traders Descending the Mississippi
Two voyageurs, a man and a boy, floating a canoe carrying furs and a pet fox or cat along a quiet stretch of the Mississippi River. French traders traveled widely in the American west in the early 19th century, trading for fur pelts with the Indians or trapping on their own account, enjoying their freedom, and only returning to St. Louis to sell their goods when they had a full load of skins. (Hudson River School, 1845)
 
Edmund Blair-Leighton
The Accolade
A medieval queen in a white gown embroidered with gold stands at the foot of her throne to knight a victorious warrior. He wears a red tunic bearing insignia of a black eagle and crescent over chain mail, and kneels on a leather cushion with his helmet set to the side. The thick walls of the fortress are disguised with purple hangings. At the door a small crowd observes the ceremony, including an old man holding the knight's standard, a page boy with his shield, and a monk. This is the sequel to God Speed, which we offer in a compatible size. See BLA001-B for a chart of this painting in which the background is not stitched, or BLA001-D for a portion of the full painting with background. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1901)
The Accolade (without background)
A medieval queen in a white gown embroidered with gold stands on a dais to knight a victorious warrior. He wears a red tunic bearing insignia of a black eagle and crescent over chain mail, and kneels on a leather cushion with his helmet set to the side. The background is not stitched, and the pattern is designed for ecru fabric. This is a portion of the full painting; see BLA001 for the full painting, or BLA001-D for a detail with background. This is the sequel to God Speed. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1901)
The Accolade (detail)
A medieval queen in a white gown embroidered with gold stands at the foot of her throne to knight a victorious warrior. He wears a red tunic bearing insignia of a black eagle and crescent over chain mail, and kneels on a leather cushion with his helmet set to the side. The fortress walls are hung with purple tapestries. At the door a small crowd observes the ceremony, including an old man holding the knight's standard and a page boy with his shield. This is the sequel to God Speed. This is a portion of the full painting; see BLA001 for the full painting, or BLA001-B for a version in which the background is not stitched. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1901)
Stitching the Standard
A maiden wearing a pale yellow kirtle over a long-sleeved white shift is seated on a castle's battlements to catch the last light of day for her sewing, a flag with a black emblem on an orange ground. A band about her forehead keeps her long black hair in order. Behind her a tower can be seen, and below is a road and some trees dimly seen in the twilight. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1911)
God Speed
A fair maiden with flowing golden hair wearing a brocade gown with golden designs leans over a rose-covered stone balustrade to tie a token of her favor to a knight's sleeve. He is riding a white horse, wearing chain mail, a cloak, and helmet with the visor up, and carrying a long lance, and is about to ride through the portcullis of the castle, through which other men-at-arms riding out to battle can be seen. This is the precursor to The Accolade, which we offer in a compatible size. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1900)
A Call to Arms
A Tudor-era nobleman and his bride are greeted as they leave the church by an excited knight in full armor bringing a summons to war. The groom wears a brocade doublet trimmed with fur, hose, a fur cap, and carries a dagger. The bride's gown is white satin with gold embroidery and trimmed with white fur. Across the street, people are leaning from the windows of the houses for a glimpse of the wedding party, to hear and pass the news, and watch the crowds of soldiers and villagers in the street. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1888)
Lady Godiva
Lady Godiva in a moment of decision. Her husband, leaving the room, has told her his condition for relieving the oppressive taxes on his tenants: she must ride naked through the town of Coventry. Fingering her long blonde braids, she seems to be thinking how this could be managed. The remains of a meal lies on a rustic table. The stone walls and floors of the castle room are lined with tapestries and fur rugs. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1892)
 
Rosa Bonheur
The Horse Fair
Horses being driven or ridden in a circle by wranglers at a country horse fair to show them off to prospective buyers. The horses range from sturdy draft horses with docked tails to shaggy, half-wild horses and half-grown colts, and seem excited and barely under control. The little crowd of observers stands well back - some on a little knoll for a better view. The artist attended a horse fair disguised as a man in order to make her sketches for this painting because women were decidely not welcome at these events. (Realist, 1855)
 
Hieronymus Bosch
The Garden of Earthly Delights (detail)
A scene in Hell. At the top are burning cities, fleeing throngs, and rivers which seem turned to blood. Below are surreal and monstrous people and animals, with animals tormenting and devouring people, and people receiving punishments appropriate to their sins. This is the third panel of a triptych: the first shows Adam and Eve in Eden, the second shows multitudes enjoying sensual pleasures in a garden-like setting, and this third, the consequences of the first two. (Northern Renaissance, 1504)
 
Ambrosius Bosschaert
Bouquet of Flowers in a Vase
A spectacular arrangement of flowers in a beaded glass vase standing in a small corner alcove. One yellow rose lies beside the vase, and perched on it is a red, black, and white butterfly. Also beside the vase is a housefly and two black-and-white seashells. The flowers in the vase include tulips in yellow, variegated red and white and red and yellow, blue iris, yellow-and-orange marigolds, columbine in blue and white, frittillaries, forget-me-nots, lilies of the valley, pink and white roses, narcissus, anemones, hyacinths, and others. Another butterfly and caterpiller are tucked into the bouquet. (Baroque, 1618)
Vase with Flowers
A bouquet of roses, Rembrandt tulips, blue and yellow irises, marigolds, jonquils, grape hyacinths, and blue and white columbines in an ornately molded clear glass vase. The arrangement stands in an arched window alcove, through which is seen a blue sky, misty mountains, and a steeple in the distance. A couple of seashells and a housefly stand on the windowsill also. (Baroque, 1618)
Flowers in a Glass Vase
An arrangement of tulips, roses, jonquils, hyacinths, fritillaries, chrysanthemums, roses, carnations, narcissus, and columbines in a molded dark glass vase. A small moth, caterpillar, and housefly are reminders that life and beauty are transitory. See BOS003-F for a version without the fly. (Baroque, 1614)
Flowers in a Glass Vase (without fly)
An arrangement of tulips, roses, jonquils, hyacinths, fritillaries, chrysanthemums, roses, carnations, narcissus, and columbines in a molded dark glass vase. A small moth and caterpillar (we have removed the housefly that was in the original) are reminders that life and beauty are transitory. See BOS003 for the original painting with the fly.(1614)
 
Jessie Arms Botke
Blue Peacock
A proud blue peacock looking over its shoulder at its glorious green and feathery tail with many eyes showing. It is standing on the branch of a tropical tree with orange-pink blossoms against a flowing river of gold.
 
Sandro Botticelli
Madonna del Magnificat
Roundel of the Madonna in a red dress and blue cape trimmed with gold braid holding the infant Jesus on her lap. Two angels hold an ornate golden crown trimmed with gauzy streamers above her head, while another angel holds a book and ink pot out to her, in which she is about to write. The baby has a pomegranite in his hand which is a symbol of the resurrection. The models were actually members of the Piero de'Medici family. (1481-2)
The Birth of Venus
Venus or Aphrodite, the classical goddess of love, was said to have been born of sea foam. Here she is shown being carried to shore on a scallop shell, blown by Zephyr, the god of the west wind and symbol of spiritual passions. Another goddess is carried by Zephyr, clasping him about his waist, perhaps Chloris, whose domain was flowers, suggested by the rain of flowers about them. Venus is greeted on shore by one of the Horae, goddesses of the seasons, who hands her a flowered cloak. (about 1482)
 
William Bouguereau
The Virgin of the Lilies
A cool and serene Virgin Mary wearing a navy blue robe with a gold border, with a formal gold halo behind her head. She is seated on a carved ivory throne holding the baby Jesus, with Easter lilies at her feet. The background is gold with many flowers. (Academic, 1899)
The Story Book
A little girl with tousled blond hair and blue eyes wearing a white nightgown looking up from a story book she is reading. (1877)
Tricoteuse
A young Italian girl with black hair and eyes leaning against a wall in a mountain village knitting a white stocking. She wears a white peasant blouse under a rose-colored shawl, and a full skirt. She is very familiar with her task and does not need to look at the work. Behind her, stone steps lead up the rocky slope to a church tower. (Also known as "The Little Knitter", 1879)
Song of the Angels
The Virgin Mary seated on a stone bench holding a sleeping baby Jesus. Three angels are close by, one playing violin, one the lute, and one a regal (a portable organ). The background is a dim woodland. This work is also known as "La Vierge aux Anges", and a portion showing just the angels has been titled "Angels Playing Violin". (1881)
Cupid and Psyche as Children
Cupid and Psyche as chubby toddlers, each with wings and curly hair. Cupid is holding Psyche in his arms and kissing her cheek, while she turns modestly away and presses her hand to her breast. Also known as L'Amour et Psyche, Enfants. (Academic, 1890)
 
Joanna Boyce
Bird of God
The head of a guardian angel in flight against a cloudy sky. She seems to be a pre-adolescent girl with short red hair and hazel eyes, and wears a white tunic with puffed sleeves and a jeweled band crossing in front.
I would not look up thither past thy head
Because the door opes ...
For I should have thy gracious face instead,
Thou bird of God!. - Robert Browning
(Pre-Raphaelite, 1861)
 
Rosa Brett
The Hay Loft
A tabby cat with a white bib sleeping on a bale of hay in the hayloft of a brick barn. A few scattered bird feathers suggest the cat may have recently finished a meal. A red vest and straw hat have been left next to the cat. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1858)
The Old House at Farleigh
A Tudor-style half-timbered house with a thatched roof standing in its vegetable garden. A massive chimney and a second story which juts out over the first are prominent features. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1862)

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