On the Balcony is an Impressionist painting by French artist Berthe Morisot painted in 1872 when she was 31 years of age.
Berthe Morisot painted domestic scenes and In the Dining Room is no different, a serving girl looks out at us as she mixes food in the bowl.
Aleksander Gierymski habitually painted at night and Louvre at Night from 1892 shows his skill in the rendering of light and shades.
This 1873 Portrait of Mme Boursier and Her Daughter by French artist Berthe Morisot sees Mme Boursier looking out at us with a faint smile.
A Modern Olympia (1874) is Post-Impressionist Paul Cézanne's tribute to Édouard Manet's earlier masterpiece Olympia (1863).
The Market Gardens of Vaugirard is evidence of Paul Gauguin's Impressionist phase, with dappled light effects created by dashes of colour.
Mary Cassatt, a notable American Impressionist living in France, shows us a woman and a girl driving a horse-drawn carriage.
In The Sisters from 1869, Berthe Morisot shows an interest in depicting psychological states in her works.
Morisot was associated with the French Impressionists and Grain Field from 1875 does show a loose style, typical of that movement.
French Impressionist Berthe Morisot's 1881 painting Child Among the Hollyhocks is fast and intuitive, becoming nebulous and cloudy.
Mary Cassatt's Impressionist painting The Crochet Lesson depicts two girls leaning into each other with eyes fixed on their task at hand.
William Merritt Chase was an American Impressionist and teacher who travelled widely in Europe He painted Open Air Breakfast in 1888.
Berthe Morisot's La Coiffure (the hairstyle) shows a girl having her hair done by another red-haired girl in front of a portrait of a woman.
This painting of Hong Kong from 1900 by Kuroda Seiki seems to be at the intersection of west and east in terms of style.
Carolus-Duran paints his friend and fellow artist Édouard Manet in 1880 in a loose style, especially Manet's beard and cravat.
George Bellows' The Bridge, Blackwell's Island depicts spectators watching a boat scything through a lively current on the river.
In 1866 Édouard Manet paints his model Victorine Meurent, the young lady in 1866, in a silken pink robe while bringing a posy to her nose.
Here Pierre-Auguste Renoir, the French Impressionist, paints a girl crocheting, treating the girl's blonde hair with a great brightness.
Portrait de fillette is an 1879 painting by Mary Cassatt, the American painter living in Paris who operated at the height of the trend of Impressionism.
The Bath (Girl Arranging Her Hair) Impressionist in style, as is common for French artist Berthe Morisot who painted this work in 1886.