Willard Metcalf, In the Cafe, 1888
“The Miniature” - Robert Reid
Julian Alden Weir - Idle Hours - 1888
oil on canvas, 130.18 × 180.66 cm (51.3 × 71.1 in)
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, United States
Julian Alden Weir, “In the Livingroom”, 1890,
oil on canvas, 63.5 x 50.8 cm
The Difficult Reply (1910). Guy Rose (American, Impressionism, Japonism, 1867-1925). Oil on canvas.
Rose features a woman sitting at her desk trying to write a letter that’s not coming easily. Color and Japonism influence is seen in the woman’s elegant kimono, the chintz curtains, and the light coming in the windows.
Wilhelm Leibl - In der Bauernstube/In the parlor - 1890
oil on panel, 37 × 38 cm
Neue Pinakothek, Munich, Germany
Carl Schuch, Matteostilleben,1879/1880
Carl Eduard Schuch (30 September 1846 – 13 September 1903) was an Austrian painter, born in Vienna, who spent most of his lifetime outside Austria, in Germany, Italy and France. He painted primarily still lifes and landscapes.
Wilhelm Trübner Balcony and Interior at Starnberg Lake, 1912
William Merritt Chase (American, Impressionism, 1849-1916)
Alice in Studio in Shinnecock Long Island Sun.
Oil on canvas.
In 1886 Chase married Alice Gerson, a family friend who had modeled for him before and for Alice in Studio. Chase conducted many summer workshops, most at Shinnecock, an area of beaches and dunes. He and his family spent their summers there in a home designed by the architects McKim, Meade and White.