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Elizabeth Tuttle Holsman
A Drowsy Day
A view of two sycamore trees at the edge of a pond on a late summer day. The pond is dappled with water lilies and the trees cast a deep shadow over part of it. On the far side is a small hill with more trees casting deep blue shadows on the grass. The bright blue sky is glimpsed through the leaves. (1915)
 
Winslow Homer
A Wall, Nassau
Watercolor of stone wall in front of flowering tree with ocean and sailboat in the background
Flower Garden and Bungalow, Bermuda
A watercolor of a cottage overlooking the sea in Bermuda. In the distance is a somewhat stormy sky and land across the bay. The cottage is a cheery yellow with a white roof and is surrounded by palms and red and yellow cannas. (1899)
Sloop, Nassau
Watercolor of sailboat and rowboats on the ocean with a stormy sky
High Cliffs, Coast of Maine
Broken basalt cliffs pounded by a cold New England sea
Snap the Whip
A group of schoolboys playing "snap the whip" (or "crack the whip") in the grass outside a country one-room schoolhouse on a beautiful day. The spire of the village church is visible in the distance. (1872)
North Road, Bermuda
A view of the sea off the north shore of Bermuda. Windswept trees lean back against the rocky shore, behind a narrow strip of sand beach. The sky is filled with billowing white clouds. A ship is passing in the distance. (1900)
 
Hendrik Hondius
Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica Ac Hydrographica Tabula
A decorated map of the world as it was known in 1630. The figures in the corners are (from top left, clockwise) Julius Caesar, Claudius Ptolomaeus (Ptolemy), Jodocus Hondius (mapmaker and father of Hendrik), and Gerardus Mercator. The other decorations are Apollo in his chariot, representing fire (Ignis), Diana with birds representing air (Aer), Abundantia with animals and horn of plenty representing earth (Terra), and Aquarius with fish and water jug representing water (Aqua). The top center has a globe and the sun, and at the bottom is the moon and a queen being supplicated by people of all nations. (About 1630)
 
Frances Anne Hopkins
Canoe Manned by Voyageurs Passing a Waterfall
A crew of eight voyageurs padding a large Hudson's Bay Company birchbark canoe past a waterfall splashing over a large rock outcrop. They have a lady and gentleman as passengers (perhaps the artist and her husband). One of the crew is picking waterlily flowers for the lady, but most are paddling. Their images are dimly reflected in the quiet water. (Canadian, 1869)
 
Edward Hopper
Cobb's Barn and Distant Houses
An old red barn and outbuildings on a hill overlooking fields and faraway houses
Mansard Roof
Watercolor of an old three-story house with a mansard roof and yellow canvas awnings sheltering an upstairs porch from the sun. The house is closely surrounded by trees and shrubs. See Mansard Roof (smaller) for a smaller version (fewer stitches, slightly less detail) or compare them side by side.
Mansard Roof (smaller)
Watercolor of an old three-story house with a mansard roof and yellow canvas awnings sheltering an upstairs porch from the sun. The house is closely surrounded by trees and shrubs. See Mansard Roof for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) or compare them side by side.
Railroad Sunset
Spectacular sunset behind railroad tracks and a small building
Nighthawks
Three lonely people, solitary even when together, sit at a diner counter in Greenwich Village late at night, lost in their own thoughts. The bright fluorescent lights spill out onto the sidewalk of the deserted street with an eery green glow. See HOP004-D for a chart of a portion of this painting. (1942)
Nighthawks (detail)
Three lonely people, solitary even when together, sit at a diner counter in Greenwich Village late at night, lost in their own thoughts. The bright fluorescent lights spill out onto the sidewalk of the deserted street with an eery green glow. This is a portion of the complete painting; see HOP004 for the full painting. (1942)
Early Sunday Morning
The early morning sun highlights a row of storefronts with apartments above them on a deserted street. The long shadows of a fireplug and barber pole show the earliness of the hour, as well as the fact that the upstairs windows still have their curtains and blinds pulled. The red brick upper story, the green-painted lower story, yellow blinds and awnings, and the bright blue sky all contrast pleasingly. (1930)
Gas
A Mobil gas station with its famous flying horse sign on a lonely country road at dusk. The solitary attendant is making some adjustment to the bright red pumps. Light spills from the open door and windows of the little station house, lighting the dark pine trees that crowd in on every side. (1940)
From Williamsburg Bridge
A view from a bridge connecting Manhattan to Brooklyn of a quiet brownstone apartment building. It is built in the Romanesque Revival style popular in the late 19th century. A woman is seated in the window of one apartment, but otherwise, the place seems deserted. The bridge itself is not shown except for a little of the rail. (1928)
 
Pei-hung Hsu
Cat and Yellow Butterfly
A black and white cat stalks a yellow butterfly through a tree
 
Arthur Hughes
In the Grass
A young woman in a bodice and peasant blouse pensively toying with grasses and flowers
 
Edward Robert Hughes
Midsummer Eve
A girl crowned with leaves standing in a fairy ring in a forest glade lit up by the fairy lights
Night with Her Train of Stars and Her Great Gift of Sleep
Night, in a crown and deep blue gown, is followed by a train of baby stars, larks, and poppies. She carries one sleeping star, and presses her finger to her lips to warn the others not to awaken it.
Shadows rise. The lark sings on. The sun,
Closing his benediction,
Sinks, and the darkening air
Thrills with a sense of the triumphing night
Night with her train of stars
And her great gift of sleep. -- "Margaritae Sorori" by W. E Henley
(Pre-Raphaelite, 1912)
 
Rudi Hurzlmeier
Krahe
A whimsical crow walking across a wintry field of stubble with a misshapen tree in the background. The crow is wearing dilapidated old boots and his feathers form an overcoat with a turned-up collar. He is thoughtfully chewing a straw in his beak.
 
John William Inchbold
A Study in March
Early spring landscape with bare trees, sheep, and wildflowers
 
Frank Tenney Johnson
Portrait of Ak-Ene-Ah
A portrait of an elderly Native American man dressed in fringed and beaded elkskin, holding a peace pipe. His long hair is braided and carries a couple of eagle feathers, and he gazes into the distance with great dignity. (1914)
Night Watch
A cowboy on horseback watching a herd of longhorn cattle through the night. They are on a rocky plateau with little vegetation except some sagebrush. There are mesas in the background, and another cowboy. The cowboy is relaxed, smoking with his arms crossed, and is wearing a hat, bandanna, leather vest, chaps, and boots. We also offer a detail from the painting showing just the cowboy and horse -- see JOH002-D. (1936)
Night Watch (detail)
A cowboy on horseback at night. The cowboy is relaxed, smoking with his arms crossed, and is wearing a hat, bandanna, leather vest, chaps, and boots. This is a detail from the full painting, which we also offer. See JOH002. (1936)
An Evil Omen
Two Indians on horseback crossing a rocky mountain pass just after sunset pause to watch a shooting star. They are wearing leather leggings, shirts, moccasins, and headbands, and one carries a rifle. One of the horses seems to notice the star as well. (1930)

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