Lady at the Tea Table has a monumental quality as the quiet but broad figure of Mary Dickinson Riddle, Mary Cassatt’s mother’s cousin
Alfred Sisley uses muted colors here in The Slopes of Bougival of an overcast day, which dampens the colors of the vegetation.
Frédéric Bazille paints a view of the village with a girl looking out at us, seated on a ledge that is shrouded by a dark overhanging tree.
Camille Pissarro was a French Impressionist and in Place du Theatre francais, Sun Effect from 1898 the various elements are painted quickly.
Édouard Manet paints in 1877 his friend and art collector, the famous baritone Jean-Baptiste Faure as Hamlet in Verdi's operatic role.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir's Lise with Umbrella from 1867 sees his model Lise Tréhot shielding her face with a lace parasol.
George Bellows painted Blue Morning in 1909. It was the last of several portrayals of the Pennsylvania Railroad Station in New York City.
George Bellows captures all the vicissitudes of the modern city of New York as people of all classes are shown going about their day.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir paints The Artist's Family in an informal and casual setting, having the appearance of a photographic snapshot.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir's portrait of Charles and Georges Durand-Ruel, the two sons of his own art dealer and promoter Paul Durand-Ruel
Barges on the Loing, Saint Mammès by Alfred Sisley devotes a large amount of picture space to the colored light effects of the sky.
In Pierre-Auguste Renoir's 1885 work Girl Braiding her Hair we see his model, Suzanne Valadon, portrayed dreamily attending to her hair.
In 1874 French Impressionist Alfred Sisley The Lesson, depicting a boy and girl are shown across from each other at a table studying.
Painter Alfred Sisley was fond of painting water scenes like many of the Impressionists. He painted The Seine at Argenteuil in 1872.
Good Friends by William Merritt Chase depicts an Impressionistic treatment of the flowers and plants of this scene are typical of Chase.
In Girl with a Hoop, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, we see a girl, in pale blue, who holds the golden hoop looking out just past the viewer.
In this dusky scene of a sunset at Moret in North-Central France, French painter Alfred Sisley uses the falling mist to clad the surroundings
The Girl in a Japanese Costume is painted by William Merritt Chase at an oblique angle from us as if momentarily distracted from a daydream.
In contrast to Pierre-Auguste Renoir's portraits, precision is cast to the wind in Children at the Beach at Guernsey from 1883.
French Impressionist artist Alfred Sisley painted A Street in Moret, North-Central France in 1890.