“Flowers and Ceramic Plate” by Henri Matisse.
Painting by Mary Cassatt.
“Incoming Tide” by Winslow Homer (1883)
“Sketch for Ulysses” by Henri Matisse.
The best way to spend lunch. Dip over to the Museum of Modern Art and look at my favorite Matisse picture.
“Knife and Fruit in Front of the Window (detail)” by Diego Rivera (1917)
“The Bather of Valpincon” by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1808)
Photograph by Charles Marville.
“The Artist’s Studio,” By Juliaan De Vriendt.
“Te Faaturuma (Brooding Woman)” by Paul Gauguin (1891).
Matisse at age 83, 1953.
[Photograph by: Hélène Adant/Rapho]
“Street in Bologna,” By John Ruskin (1845)
Nude Study by Pablo Picasso.
“Two Men Walking in a Field,” by Georges Seurat (1882-84)
Rodin? Yeah, he was pretty okay.
“Sudden Shower At the Atake Bridge” By Utagawa Hiroshige (1856)
“Man Reading,” By Georges Seurat (1884)
“Italian Landscape Seen through an Arch,” By Edgar Degas (1856)
“Witches in the Air,” By Francisco Goya (1797-98)
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