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HonorA Daumier Hypochondriac Le Malade imaginaire
HonorA Daumier Hypochondriac Le Malade imaginaire
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Georges Seurat Models Poseuses 1886a€“1888 Oil
Georges Seurat Models Poseuses 1886a€“1888 Oil
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William James Glackens Bathing Hour Chester Nova Scotia
William James Glackens Bathing Hour Chester Nova Scotia
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Georges Seurat Models Poseuses 1886a€“1888 Oil
Georges Seurat Models Poseuses 1886a€“1888 Oil
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Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot Mme Lemaistre nA e Blanche Sennegon
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot Mme Lemaistre nA e Blanche Sennegon
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William James Glackens Bathing Hour Chester Nova Scotia
William James Glackens Bathing Hour Chester Nova Scotia
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William James Glackens Raft 1915 Oil canvas
William James Glackens Raft 1915 Oil canvas
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Paul CA zanne Bottle Fruits Bouteille et fruits
Paul CA zanne Bottle Fruits Bouteille et fruits
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Georges Seurat Models Poseuses 1886a€“1888 Oil
Georges Seurat Models Poseuses 1886a€“1888 Oil
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William James Glackens Bathing Hour Chester Nova Scotia Featured Image

William James Glackens Bathing Hour Chester Nova Scotia

William James Glackens: The Bathing Hour, Chester, Nova Scotia, William James Glackens, 1910, Oil on canvas, William Glackens spent the summer of 1910 in Chester, Nova Scotia, painting the scenery and daily life around him. Here he captures the pleasures of summertime leisure. As one figure floats across the water on his back, bright white paint describing the spray from his foot, four women cool off in the center; a boy teeters in a boat while another runs along the dock. Fashionably dressed women chat by the waterfront while a nursemaid accompanies a small child into the bathhouse. Wet bathing clothes hang from a laundry line stretching across the middle ground. The inclusion of such mundane details helped Glackens build a convincingly realistic scene. The Bathing Hour was exhibited at the famous Armory Show in New York in 1913., Overall: 26 x 32 in. (66 x 81.3 cm)

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