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Eugene-Adolphe Chevalier
Still Life of Flowers and Fruits I
A wicker basket spilling over with ripe pears, apples, and blue, red, and white grapes and a melon. Just behind the basket is a bouquet of red, pink, and yellow roses, pink and white chrysanthemums, hollyhocks, morning glories, nasturtiums, and other flowers. In the background is a sketchily suggested woods and sunset. We also offer the companion Still Life of Flowers and Fruits II. See CHE001-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern or compare them side by side. (1861)
Still Life of Flowers and Fruits I (smaller)
A wicker basket spilling over with ripe pears, apples, and blue, red, and white grapes and a melon. Just behind the basket is a bouquet of red, pink, and yellow roses, pink and white chrysanthemums, hollyhocks, morning glories, nasturtiums, and other flowers. In the background is a sketchily suggested woods and sunset. We also offer the companion Still Life of Flowers and Fruits II (smaller). See CHE001 for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (1861)
Still Life of Flowers and Fruits II
A basket filled with ripe blushing peaches, and around it are red and yellow apples, a squash, red and white grapes, morning glories, daisies in white, yellow, and red, and other flowers. There is also a terra cotta jug in the form of a woman, and in the background is a vine-covered trellis. We also offer the companion Still Life of Flowers and Fruits I. See CHE002-S for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (1864)
Still Life of Flowers and Fruits II (smaller)
A basket filled with ripe blushing peaches, and around it are red and yellow apples, a squash, red and white grapes, morning glories, daisies in white, yellow, and red, and other flowers. There is also a terra cotta jug in the form of a woman, and in the background is a vine-covered trellis. We also offer the companion Still Life of Flowers and Fruits I (smaller). See CHE002 for a larger (more stitches, more detail) version of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (1864)
 
Charles R. Chickering
8 Cent Liberty
The 1954 8-cent Statue of Liberty stamp. Lady Liberty is engraved in red, is surrounded by a white nimbus, and a cross-hatched blue background. This was a special stamp in its time, when the common 3-cent stamps were a single color. See CHI001-B for a version in which the nimbus around the Lady is not stitched. (1954)
8 Cent Liberty (without background)
The 1954 8-cent Statue of Liberty stamp. Lady Liberty is engraved in red, is surrounded by a white nimbus, and a cross-hatched blue background. This was a special stamp in its time, when the common 3-cent stamps were a single color. The nimbus around the status is not stitched. Use white fabric. See CHI001 for a version which is fully stitched (and does not have to be done on white fabric). (1954)
 
Ling Chu
Seated Cat
A black cat curled on a large rock with jonquils and peach blossoms
 
Frederick Church
Twilight in the Wilderness
The sun setting behind low hills is surrounded by a golden glow, and stains the streaked clouds a deep red which is reflected in a lake lying between the hills. In the foreground, gnarled trees frame the scene. (Hudson River School, 1860)
 
Pieter Claesz
Still Life with Turkey Pie
A still life of a table laid with a white cloth over a carpet and various food and drink. There is a turkey pie with the turkey in full feather atop it, a pewter pitcher, a tumbler of white wine, a goblet made from a nautilus shell, bread, lemons, mince pie, oysters on the half shell, olives, and a Delft dish of red and white grapes with leaves, and apples. See CLA001-D for a chart of a portion of this painting. (Baroque Era, 1627)
Still Life with Turkey Pie (detail)
A still life of a table laid with a white cloth over a carpet and various food and drink. There is a pewter pitcher, a tumbler of white wine, bread, lemons, mince pie, and olives. This is a portion of the full painting; see CLA001 for the full painting. (Baroque Era, 1627)
Vanitas Still Life
A still life symbolizing the impermanance of all things ("vanitas" refers to Ecclesiastes, "Vanitas vanitatum omnia vanitas" -- "Vanity of vanities, all is vanity"). The extinguished candle, the watch that has run down, the overturned wine glass, and of course the skull all point to the brevity of life. The closed book with the pen set aside may be one more symbol of things ending, or it may indicate the hope that written knowledge can transcend the life of one individual. (1630)
 
Thomas Cole
Subsiding of the Waters of the Deluge
Flood waters pouring off rocky crags, leaving behind debris including a skull
 
John Collier
Queen Guinevere's Maying
Queen Guinevere in a white gown with a golden girdle riding a white horse through the spring woods. She carries branches of apple blossoms, and is accompanied by two attendants leading her horse (one crowned with purple flowers and carrying more flowering branches), and another man following on horseback carrying a maidservant behind him. (Neoclassical, 1900)
Lady Godiva
Lady Godiva on her legendary ride through Coventry. She had urged her husband to reduce the oppressive taxes to no avail, but finally he agreed providing she would ride naked through the town. She issued a proclamation that everyone should stay indoors, rode through town covered only by her long hair, and the taxes were reduced. She is seated on a richly caparisoned dapple-gray palfrey, with her head modestly bowed, and is passing a stone arched doorway. (Classicist, about 1898)
 
John Constable
Stonehenge
Small figures contemplating the megaliths of Stonehenge under a stormy sky
Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop's Grounds
A splendid Gothic cathedral shining in the sun, its spire framed by the tall trees in the foreground. Cattle are grazing and drinking from a stream in the shade of the trees, and visitors dwarfed by the cathedral stroll towards it.
The Hay Wain
Two men riding in an empty hay wagon as three black horses pull it across a river ford at a mill. On the opposite side is a sun-lit meadow bordering a wood. The river bank is lined with tall trees and bushes, and a spaniel on the near side watches the wagon cross. (1821)
 
Pierre-Auguste Cot
The Storm
A boy and girl running from a sudden lightening storm. It is just past sunset, and lightening striking faintly illuminates trees on a hillside. The girl, wearing only a gauzy wrap, glances back apprehensively. She has removed her outer garment to use as a shelter for the two of them. The boy, a shepherd dressed in a skin with his horn, looks delightedly at the girl, who he is holding close to him as they run down the hillside path. (Academic, 1880)
 
Eanger Irving Couse
Elk-Foot of the Taos Tribe
A Native American man in braids, a red blanket, and beaded deerskin boots
 
Frank Cadogan Cowper
Lancelot Slays the Caitiff Knight Sir Tarquin
Two knights joust while a lady in red waits by a tree hung with the shields of captive knights
Mariana in the South
Mariana, in a green and gold brocade gown, reclines on a red settle with her lover's letters at her feet. A circular mirror reflects the empty room, and even her dog seems to have caught her mood of hopelessness. She sings to her lute of her loneliness:
And day and night I am left alone
To live forgotten, and love forlorn. - Alfred Lord Tennyson
(Pre-Raphaelite, 1906)
 
Walter Crane
The Horses of Neptune
Neptune, god of the ocean, driving a chariot pulled by many breaking waves in the form of white horses, their eyes wild, manes streaming, and webbed hooves plunging. The horses emerge from the foam of the whitecaps, become fully formed horses, then dissolve into foam again. (1892)
The Moat and Bishop's Palace, Wells Cathedral
A view of the Bishop's palace and its surrounding moat at Wells Cathedral in Somerset, England. Several swans float on the water. A woman is seated on a bench at the end of the bridge across the moat, and leafy trees shade the whole. (1893)
 
Alfred Currier
Puddle Jump
Brilliantly colored tulip fields in the Skagit Valley of northwestern Washington state form bands of blue, red, green, and yellow. The sun is just rising over the mountains and illuminating puddles of rainwater in the foreground. Toward the back are storage sheds and a few cedar trees. A little group of workers in the distance is harvesting tulips to sell as cut flowers. We also offer a smaller version (fewer stitches, less detail); see CUR002-S, or compare them side by side. (2005)
Puddle Jump (smaller)
Brilliantly colored tulip fields in the Skagit Valley of northwestern Washington state form bands of blue, red, green, and yellow. The sun is just rising over the mountains and illuminating puddles of rainwater in the foreground. Toward the back are storage sheds and a few cedar trees. A little group of workers in the distance is harvesting tulips to sell as cut flowers. We also offer a larger version (more stitches, more detail); see CUR002, or compare them side by side. (2005)

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