Edward Potthast - Beach Scene
Frank Weston Benson - Summer Day 1911
Les Drapeaux Jean Pierre Cassigneul
The Return of the Fishing Boat”, c.1885.whislter
The Brunswick Caught Anchors With Her Enemy, 1893
Storm, 1914, Aleksey Vasilevich Ganzen (Russian, 1876-1937).

Henri Le Sidaner “Tavolino all’imbrunire”, (1921)
Hugo Robus (American, 1885-1964), Untitled (Railroad Bridge over the Hudson River).

 John Bellany (Scottish, 1942-2013), Fishing boat on the shore
Litzlberg am Attersee (ca. 1914-15) - Gustav Klimt
Randall David Tipton Seascape
Otto Modersohn - Summer Landscape with Girl and Boat



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Delphin Enjolras - Tea

Edouard Manet - Corner of a Café-concert
Francis Campbell Bolleau Cadell - Reflection
Miss Juliet Henley (At Breccles Hall), 1943, Rex Whistler
Pierre Bonnard - Teatime

Daniel Vazquez Diaz - Sleeping Eva

Daniel Garber, Springtime in the Village, 1917

Daniel Garber, Springtime in the Village, 1917

(Belgian, 1862-1944), Bord de rivière 1913

Claude Monet, On the Boat, 1887

Charles Sheeler.

Ballet Dancers - Edgar Degas

Ansel Adams, 1979. He broke his nose during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, and never had it fixed.

Charles S. Hopkinson - Yacht Races

Arthur Hughes - Mariana at the Window

Andreas His Paris, avenue de Saint-Ouen rue Navier, 1978.

Alfred Kappes, Tattered and Torn (1886)

The artist

Artists are people driven by....

“Artists are people driven by the tension between the desire to communicate and the desire to hide.” D. W. Winnicott.

Art is unquestionably

 “Art is unquestionably one of the purest and highest elements in human happiness. It trains the mind through the eye, and the eye through the mind. As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life.” John Lubbock, The Pleasures of Life