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  • An Artist in His Studio

    about 1904

    John Singer Sargent (American, 1856–1925)

    Description

    An Artist in His Studio was painted in August 1904 at Purtud, while Sargent was on a summer vacation in the Italian Alps. It depicts Sargent’s friend, the Italian artist Ambrogio Raffele, deep in contemplation, working on a bucolic landscape. Raffele is using his cramped and untidy hotel room as a studio; he and his landscape painting are shifted to the left corner. Surrounded by smaller sketches presumably made outdoors, Raffele holds a palette that bears blobs of thick, bright paint, a fistful of brushes, and what may be a snapshot at which he squints as he considers his efforts. Raffele’s straw hat and shirt are tossed carelessly across the rumpled white linens of his unmade bed. The pictorial challenge of painting white on white is one Sargent particularly enjoyed; he handled it here with an extraordinary display of brilliant brushwork.
    The time-honored subject of the artist at work was one of Sargent’s favorites. Beginning in the 1880s, he made many pictures of his friends painting, particularly while he was traveling or on a working holiday; he may even have sought out artists as like-minded companions for his travels. He typically showed them working outdoors; An Artist in His Studio, set in a hotel room, is an exception. The painting was created at a time when Sargent was once again showing strong interest in interior scenes. Like other such images, Sargent crafted An Artist with large, vibrant brushstrokes, impasto, and brilliant light. The bravura brushwork belies the painting’s careful creation: Sargent worked tirelessly to compose and build his paintings, adding flashing strokes only at the very end of the process to give the impression of effortlessness and spontaneity.

    The painting is one of Sargent’s most cleverly composed pictures and, as a commentary on the working conditions of the peripatetic artist, one of the most revealing. This is a reprise of the picture-within-a-picture theme Sargent introduced in Claude Monet Painting by the Edge of a Wood (1885, Tate Britain, London). In that work, Monet sits in the midst of the meadow he is recreating on canvas. Here, Raffele is not painting what he sees; instead, the bucolic landscape on his easel is being manufactured indoors. The sketches scattered around the room—which may well have been produced outdoors—bear a punning similarity to his square, messy palette, as encrusted in Sargent’s painterly rendering as it no doubt was in actuality. And the crowded, makeshift studio belies the notion of the plein-air painter’s idyllic lifestyle. The picture thus suggests something of the quotidian necessities for artists seeking productive travels. Sargent called this painting both His Studio and No Nonsense, the latter title presumably a tongue-in-cheek commentary on his working holidays.

    An Artist in His Studio demonstrates Sargent’s renewed commitment to producing noncommissioned work during the latter half of his career. In fact, his success as a portraitist likely helped to pave the way for the acclaim he received for the non-portrait works he often exhibited. Sargent’s independence allowed him to explore freely the artistic currents of his day, including, most importantly, Impressionism, as shown in the fluid brushwork and seemingly spontaneous nature of An Artist. The paintings Sargent produced on his travels were every bit as serious and considered as his commissioned portraits and murals, despite their picturesque and sometimes deluxe destinations. The compelling perspectives Sargent developed for them indicate their thoughtful creativity, and thus their artistic importance. In An Artist, he seems to peer over the shoulder of a friend at work. The diligent actions of Raffele, the presence of the canvas-within-a-canvas, and the lifelike palette covered with blobs of paint remind the viewer of Sargent’s presence, working like his friend at an easel propped up in the already-cramped room.

    The picture was first exhibited in the winter 1905 exhibition of the New English Art Club in London. There it attracted critical attention for the exuberance of its brushwork; for the intriguing complexity of the object-littered space; and especially for the dazzling light, which silhouettes Raffele’s features against his palette and dances over the rumpled bed linens. The critic for the Art Journal praised its “glad morning light”[1]and the reviewer for the London Times exclaimed, “Surely, never were tumbled white sheets so painted before.”[2]When it was shown the next year in the United States, the painting was particularly admired for its subject: “it gives, without any romantic feelings whatever, the realities of the art struggle.”[3]

    The painting’s move to the United States was the result of its acquisition by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. An Artist in His Studio had made a favorable impression on Edward Robinson, then director of the MFA, who visited Sargent in London early in 1905 and responded immediately and enthusiastically to the picture. A fund for the purchase of contemporary art had just been established at the Museum, and Robinson recommended Sargent’s painting as the inaugural acquisition. Bought in May 1905 for $1,000, it was Sargent’s first subject picture to enter the collection of an American museum. Robinson’s confirmation of the purchase, cabled to Sargent in London, reveals his appreciation of the painting’s gentle wit: “Museum will take no nonsense from you.”[4]

    This text was adapted from Gillian Shallcross, The MFA Handbook: A Guide to the Collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston [http://www.mfashop.com/780878467303.html], rev. ed. (Boston: MFA Publications, 2009), and Carol Troyen’s entry in John Singer Sargent, ed. ElaineKilmurray and Richard Ormond, exh. cat. (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1998).

    Notes
    1. Frank Rinder, “London Exhibitions,” Art Journal 67 (January 1905), 32.
    2. The Times, November 15, 1904, 4.
    3. Boston Herald, September 21, 1906.
    4. Edward Robinson to John Singer Sargent, telegram, [May] 1905, Archives, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

    Details

    Dimensions

    Overall: 56.2 x 72.1cm (22 1/8 x 28 3/8in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    05.56

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  • Head of Auguste Rodin

    about 1906

    Gertrude Käsebier (American, 1852–1934 American)

    Description
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    Dimensions

    Image/Sheet: 25.7 x 22.3 cm (10 1/8 x 8 3/4 in.)

    Medium

    Photograph, gum bichromate print

    Classification

    Photographs

    Accession Number

    1973.469

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  • Page of calligraphy, lion and male figure

    second half of 16th century

    Description
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    Dimensions

    W: 8 x L: 14.2 cm (3 1/8 x 5 9/16 in.)

    Medium

    Opaque watercolor, gold and ink on paper

    Classification

    Books and manuscripts

    Accession Number

    14.583

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  • The Temple of Segesta with the Artist Sketching

    about 1842

    Thomas Cole (American (born in England), 1801–1848)

    Description
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    Dimensions

    49.85 x 76.52 cm (19 5/8 x 30 1/8 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    47.1198

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  • Portrait of the Artist

    1890

    Camille Pissarro (French (born in the Danish West Indies),...

    Description
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    Dimensions

    Platemark: 18.3 x 17.4 cm (7 3/16 x 6 7/8 in.) Sheet: 34.2 x 25 cm (13 7/16 x 9 13/16 in.)

    Medium

    Etching

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    60.249

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  • Self-Portrait

    about 1840–41

    Jean-François Millet (French, 1814–1875 French)

    Description

    Millet's self-portrait at the age of about twenty-six connects him to advanced art circles in Paris, where he had arrived just three years before from his provincial home. His curled hair and velvet trimmed jacket were practically the uniform of the Romantic circle of French painters, who also favored the intensity of emotion conveyed by Millet's dark gaze. With a confident hand, the young artist announces his serious intentions, as well as his burgeoning talent.

    Millet was born in 1814 in the small farming community of Gruchy, in the Northeastern French region of Normandy. After studying Latin, literature, and other subjects with two village priests, he continued his education as an artist in the nearest city, Cherbourg. At the age of twenty-three, he received a stipend from the city of Cherbourg to move to Paris, where he studied at the prestigious Ecole des Beaux-Arts. His time in Paris was invaluable, but Millet missed the country, and when his scholarship ended he returned to Cherbourg to become a portrait painter. For some time he moved between Normandy and Paris, and eventually he decided to settle in Barbizon, a rural area not far from the capital. The village of Barbizon abuts the Forest of Fontainebleau and the flat agricultural Plain of Chailly. This is where Millet and his family remained for the rest of his life, with the exception of a year spent in Normandy during the Franco-Prussian War (1870-71) and summer trips with his wife to the spa town of Vichy. Nonetheless, Millet visited Paris frequently and remained closely involved with the city's artistic culture.

    Details

    Dimensions

    63.5 x 47 cm (25 x 18 1/2 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    93.154

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  • Self-Portrait

    1880–85

    James Wells Champney (American, 1843–1903)

    Description
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    Dimensions

    Image within margins: 34.3 x 23.5 cm (13 1/2 x 9 1/4 in.) Sheet: 34.8 x 24.1 cm (13 11/16 x 9 1/2 in.)

    Medium

    Transparent and opaque watercolor on paper

    Classification

    Watercolors

    Accession Number

    58.1081

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  • Self-Portrait

    about 1556

    Sofonisba Anguissola (Italian (Cremonese), about 1532–1625)

    Description

    Praised by her contemporaries as the foremost woman painter of her day, Anguissola executed more self-portraits than any other artist in the period between Dürer and Rembrandt. This miniature displays the artist's meticulous technique and a Renaissance taste for puzzles: the interwoven letters at the center of the medallion form a monogram or phrase that has been satisfactorily explained. Around the rim, the medallion is inscribed in Latin: "The maiden Sofonisba Anguissola, depicted by her own hand, from a mirror, at Cremona."

    Details

    Dimensions

    8.3 x 6.4 cm (3 1/4 x 2 1/2 in.)

    Medium

    Varnished watercolor on parchment

    Classification

    Miniatures

    Accession Number

    60.155

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  • Self-Portrait with a Beret

    about 1898–99

    Paul Cézanne (French, 1839–1906)

    Description
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    Dimensions

    64.1 x 53.3 cm (25 1/4 x 21 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    1972.950

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  • Self-Portrait

    1970

    Catherine Murphy (American, born in 1946 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    125.7 x 94.3 cm (49 1/2 x 37 1/8 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    1998.416

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    Americas, Contemporary Art

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  • Self-Portrait

    1981

    Jacques Hnizdovsky (American (born in Ukraine), 1915–1985 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 26.2 x 22.5 cm (10 5/16 x 8 7/8 in.) Block: 14 x 14 cm (5 1/2 x 5 1/2 in.)

    Medium

    Woodcut

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    2002.346

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  • Self-Portrait

    1971

    Jacques Hnizdovsky (American (born in Ukraine), 1915–1985 American)

    Description
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    Dimensions

    Sheet: 31.7 x 30.3 cm (12 1/2 x 11 15/16 in.) Plate: 17.1 x 17.5 cm ( 6 3/4 x 6 7/8 in.)

    Medium

    Etching

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    2002.347

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  • Self-Portrait

    1971

    Jacques Hnizdovsky (American (born in Ukraine), 1915–1985 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Block: 20.6 x 15.9 cm (8 1/8 x 6 1/4 in.)

    Medium

    Woodcut

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    2002.351

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  • Self-Portrait

    1971

    Jacques Hnizdovsky (American (born in Ukraine), 1915–1985 American)

    Description
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    Dimensions

    Block: 20.6 x 15.9 cm (8 1/8 x 6 1/4 in.) Case: 47.5 x 63 x 7.5 cm (18 11/16 x 24 13/16 x 2 15/16 in.)

    Medium

    Woodblock

    Classification

    Tools & equipment, Printmaking

    Accession Number

    2002.352

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  • Blue/Green Head Self-Portrait

    1966–67

    Lester Johnson (American, 1919–2010 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    45.1 x 60.3 cm (17.75 x 23.75 in.)

    Medium

    Watercolor [dilute acrylic paint] on fibrous paper

    Classification

    Watercolors

    Accession Number

    2002.357

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  • Fran.co Goya y Lucientes, Pintor Fran.co Goya y Lucientes, Pintor...

    1798–99

    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet trimmed to platemark: 20.5 x 14.4 cm (8 1/16 x 5 11/16 in.)

    Medium

    Etching, before aquatint, touched with graphite and brown ink (mss notes posthumous); working proof before letters

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    2002.497

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  • Self-Portrait (Exhibition Poster for The Print Club, Philadelphia)

    1963

    Jerome Kaplan (American, 1920–1997 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 50.9 x 33 cm (20 1/16 x 13 in.)

    Medium

    Relief etching and letterpress

    Classification

    Prints, Posters

    Accession Number

    2003.843

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  • Josiah Johnson Hawes, Self-Portrait as an Old Man

    about 1895

    Josiah Johnson Hawes (American, 1808–1901 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Image/mount: 17.2 x 12.8 cm (6 3/4 x 5 1/16 in.)

    Medium

    Photograph, albumen print mounted on board

    Classification

    Photographs

    Accession Number

    2004.127

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  • Untitled (Self-Portrait and Icon)

    2004

    Charles E. "Skip" Milson (American, 1938–2004 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Image: 26.8 x 35.5 cm (10 9/16 x 14 in.) Sheet: 43.3 x 56 cm (17 1/16 x 22 1/16 in.)

    Medium

    Color inkjet print

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    2005.63

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  • Self-Portrait

    1853

    Henri Fantin-Latour (French, 1836–1904)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Image: 15.1 x 12.4 cm (5 15/16 x 4 7/8 in.) Sheet: 27.8 x 18.9 cm (10 15/16 x 7 7/16 in.)

    Medium

    Lithograph on Asian paper

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    2005.241

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  • Fran.co Goya y Lucientes, Pintor (Frontispiece, pl. 1, bound into...

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799

    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 22.0 x 15.3 cm (8 11/16 x 6 in.) Sheet: 30.0 x 20.0 cm (11 13/16 x 7 7/8 in.)

    Medium

    Etching, aquatint, drypoint, and burin, pre-publication proof

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    B4165.1

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  • Self-Portrait (Anthony van Dyck)

    about 1626–32

    Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, 1599–1641)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    24.5 x 15.7 cm (9 5/8 x 6 3/16 in.); Legacy dimension: 9 1/2 x 6 1/8 in.;

    Medium

    Etching, first state

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    M26258

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  • Portrait of the Artist and his Wife Ida

    Israhel van Meckenem (German, about 1440/45–1503)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 13 x 17.6 cm (5 1/8 x 6 15/16 in.)

    Medium

    Engraving

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    M28128

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  • Self Portrait, Frowning: Bust

    1630

    Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 6.9 x 5.8 cm (2 11/16 x 2 5/16 in.)

    Medium

    Etching

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    P381

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  • Self-Portrait Leaning on a Stone Sill

    1639

    Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 20.6 x 16.3 cm (8 1/8 x 6 7/16 in.)

    Medium

    Etching

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    P393

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  • Artist in his Studio

    about 1628

    Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669)

    Description

    In this small painting, the young Rembrandt seems to represent the daunting moments of conception and decision necessary to the creation of a work of art. An artist confronts his easel in a studio bare of everything except his essential tools. This drama, with its emphasis on thought rather than action, is intensified by the expressive use of light and shadow. The painting's daring perspective is also important: the distant figure of the painter seems dwarfed by his work, looming large in the foreground.

    Details

    Dimensions

    Overall: 24.8 x 31.7cm (9 3/4 x 12 1/2in.)

    Medium

    Oil on panel

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    38.1838

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  • Summer Afternoon (Artist in his Studio with a Model)

    about 1913

    Sir William Orpen (Irish (active in England), 1878–1931 Irish)

    Description

    Orpen studied in Dublin and then at London's Slade School, becoming one of the most successful, and most honored, portrait painters of his generation. Here, in one of his numerous forays into self-portraiture, Orpen (who was known for his wit and humor) depicts himself at work in his Chelsea studio, gesturing mock-heroically as his model yawns.

    Details

    Dimensions

    96.5 x 86.4 cm (38 x 34 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    48.582

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  • Young Artist Working by Lamplight

    Pietro Paolini (Italian (Lucchese), 1603–1681 Italian (Lucchese))

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    68.3 x 121.3 cm (26 7/8 x 47 3/4 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    47.118

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  • Artist Sketching in a Park

    about 1880–90

    James Wells Champney (American, 1843–1903)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 12.7 x 22.9 cm (5 x 9 in.)

    Medium

    Watercolor and Chinese white on blue-gray paper

    Classification

    Watercolors

    Accession Number

    58.1082

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  • Les Paysagistes (Les Artistes)

    1865

    Honoré Daumier (French, 1808–1879)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 37.3 x 26.3 cm (14 11/16 x 10 3/8 in.)

    Medium

    Lithograph

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    63.2121

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  • My Uncle Daniel and his Family

    1910

    Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta (Spanish, 1870–1945)

    Description

    Zuloaga, "the Great Basque," hailed from five generations of painters. Influenced by predecessors such as Velázquez and Goya he painted mostly images of Basque and Andalusian traditions. While his work is uniquely Spanish, early mentors and colleagues included French painters like Degas, Gauguin, and van Gogh. Later, he befriended Emile Bernard who taught him the cloissoné techniqe seen in the "stained glass" quality of the Oriental shawl. Combined, these stylistic sources create the compostion and emotional effect expressed through his swirling brushstrokes and haunting atmosphere.

    Details

    Dimensions

    205.1 x 289.5 cm (80 3/4 x 114 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    17.1598

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  • Elihu Vedder

    1902

    John Ferguson Weir (American, 1841–1926 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    72.39 x 60.01 cm (28 1/2 x 23 5/8 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    23.162

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  • Self Portrait

    about 1903

    Edward Hopper (American, 1882–1967)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    51.43 x 41.27 cm (20 1/4 x 16 1/4 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    1976.606

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  • Simplon Pass: The Lesson

    about 1911

    John Singer Sargent (American, 1856–1925)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 38.2 x 46 cm (15 1/16 x 18 1/8 in.)

    Medium

    Translucent watercolor, with touches of opaque watercolor and wax resist, over graphite on paper

    Classification

    Watercolors

    Accession Number

    12.218

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  • Cyrus E. Dallin

    about 1914

    Artist Alice Austin (American, 1859–1933 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Image/Sheet: 20.0 x 14.9 cm (7 7/8 x 5 7/8 in.) Mount: 27.0 x 18.7 cm (10 5/8 x 7 3/8 in.)

    Medium

    Photograph, platinum print

    Classification

    Photographs

    Accession Number

    33.521

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  • Art-Students And Copyists In The Louvre Gallery, Paris (For...

    1868

    After Winslow Homer (American, 1836–1910)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Image: 22.9 x 34.9 cm (9 x 13 3/4 in.)

    Medium

    Wood engraving

    Classification

    Prints / Drawings

    Accession Number

    38.830

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  • Henri Matisse and his model

    1939

    Brassaï (Gyula Halasz) (French (born in Hungary), 1899–1984)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Image: 23.18 x 27.94 cm (9 1/8 x 11 in.)

    Medium

    Photograph, gelatin silver print

    Classification

    Photographs

    Accession Number

    1976.726

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  • Aristide Maillol at Work on L'Ile de France

    about 1932

    Brassaï (Gyula Halasz) (French (born in Hungary), 1899–1984)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Image/Sheet: 23.5 x 17.3 cm (9 1/4 x 6 13/16 in.)

    Medium

    Photograph, gelatin silver print

    Classification

    Photographs

    Accession Number

    1985.435

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  • La Terrase de la Villa Brancas

    Félix Bracquemond (French, 1833–1914 French)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 28.6 x 38.1 cm (11 1/4 x 15 in.)

    Medium

    Lithograph

    Classification

    Prints

    Accession Number

    M26124

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  • John La Farge

    1891

    Robert Wilton Lockwood (American, 1861–1914 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    96.2 x 76.52 cm (37 7/8 x 30 1/8 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    09.208

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  • Studio Interior

    1872

    Edwin White (American, 1817–1877 American)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    43.81 x 56.2 cm (17 1/4 x 22 1/8 in.)

    Medium

    Oil on canvas

    Classification

    Paintings

    Accession Number

    64.464

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  • Diego Rivera

    1923

    Edward Weston (American, 1886–1958)

    Description
    Details

    Dimensions

    Image/Sheet: 18.9 x 23.4 cm (7 7/16 x 9 3/16 in.) Mount: 33.5 x 28.0 cm (13 3/16 x 11 in.)

    Medium

    Photograph, gelatin silver print

    Classification

    Photographs

    Accession Number

    67.926

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  • Claude Monet and Mr. Perry at Giverny

    1890–95

    Lilla Cabot Perry (American, 1848–1933)

    Description
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    Dimensions

    Image/Sheet/Mount: 29.3 x 23.5 cm (11 9/16 x 9 1/4 in.)

    Medium

    Photograph, gelatin silver print

    Classification

    Photographs

    Accession Number

    68.178

    Collections

    Americas, Photography

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