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The Pink Skiff, 1890 Claude Monet

The Pink Skiff, 1890 Claude Monet

Claude Monet | The Bark at Giverny by Claude Monet on friends-of-art.net

Claude Monet | The Bark at Giverny by Claude Monet on friends-of-art.net

Munch

Munch

Edvard Munch  -  Woman in a White Dress, 1917

Edvard Munch - Woman in a White Dress, 1917

Edouard Leon Cortes (1882-1969) - Paris: Part II

Edouard Leon Cortes (1882-1969) - Paris: Part II

Isaac Israels - (Amsterdam 1865-1934 The Hague) - An elegant lady on a balcony, Rue de Clignancourt, Paris

Isaac Israels - (Amsterdam 1865-1934 The Hague) - An elegant lady on a balcony, Rue de Clignancourt, Paris

Cecilia Beaux (American, 1855–1942). Ernesta (Child with Nurse), 1894. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Maria DeWitt Jesup Fund, 1965 (65.49)

Cecilia Beaux (American, 1855–1942). Ernesta (Child with Nurse), 1894. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Maria DeWitt Jesup Fund, 1965 (65.49)

Isaac Israëls (1865-1934) was een van de voornaamste Nederlandse schilders uit de groep van Amsterdamse Impressionisten. Naast zijn schilderwerk was hij tekenaar en aquarellist en maakte hij pastels, etsen en litho's.

Isaac Israëls (1865-1934) was een van de voornaamste Nederlandse schilders uit de groep van Amsterdamse Impressionisten. Naast zijn schilderwerk was hij tekenaar en aquarellist en maakte hij pastels, etsen en litho's.

Scheveningen; by Isaac Israels private collection

Scheveningen; by Isaac Israels private collection

In 1888 Whistler married E. W. Godwin's widow, Beatrix. The Whistlers moved to Paris in 1893 but two years later were back in England. Trixie, as his wife was called, died of cancer in 1896. After her death, Whistler maintained studios in both Paris and London. He died in London on July 17, 1903. Read more: http://www.notablebiographies.com/We-Z/Whistler-James.html#ixzz45Mg2qkRP

In 1888 Whistler married E. W. Godwin's widow, Beatrix. The Whistlers moved to Paris in 1893 but two years later were back in England. Trixie, as his wife was called, died of cancer in 1896. After her death, Whistler maintained studios in both Paris and London. He died in London on July 17, 1903. Read more: http://www.notablebiographies.com/We-Z/Whistler-James.html#ixzz45Mg2qkRP