Who doesn’t love some roses? The Perfume of Roses (1902)
How many people do you see? May Night (1906) was painted by
Where did you see the most beautiful sunset in your life?
The magic of the mountains. Rocky Mountains, "Lander's
What is your favorite state in the U.S. to travel to?
It looks so peaceful… Twilight in the Tropics (1874) was
Which on do you prefer? The study or the finished painting?
Hudson River Waterfront, N.Y.C (1913-1921) shows the
This painting is inspired by one of the most famous statues
Sometimes the shadow is better than the light. Shadows
Art Nouveau at its best. Guinevere (c.1910) by William de
If you have ever visited Florence, Italy, you will probably
A message of hope. A Window, House on the Hudson River
Can you guess the story here? The Red Shawl (1921) by Dean
A frightened mermaid. Fisherman and Mermaid (1879) was
Do you see the dogsled? Aurora Borealis (1865) is a
Just give me the cherries.. Conversation Piece (1852) was
What’s going through her mind? Memories (1891) was painted
If you've got it, flaunt it. Mrs. Carl Meyer and Her
The Other Side (1918) is an intriguing story illustration
So these three things continue: faith, hope, and love. And
Story time! Story of Golden Locks (c. 1870) by Seymour
A father capturing his beautiful teenage daughter. Psyche
Charles Courtney Curran (1861-1942) positions us in the
Sorry for interrupting. A street in Venice (1882) by John
If you've got it, flaunt it. The Goldsmith Ladies in the
Beauty and horror in a single landscape scene. Cotopaxi
A gorgeous tribute to a great writer. Stevenson Memorial
Carrying the weight of the skies. Atlas and the Hesperides
Charles Courtney Curran (1861-1942) loved to capture the
The ancient craft of jewelry making. The Arab Jeweler
Not sure if this is scary, intriguing, or beautiful?