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Le Pont Neuf, c.1912-14 (w/c and gouache on paper) Featured Eastman Johnson Image

Le Pont Neuf, c.1912-14 (w/c and gouache on paper)

3613998 Le Pont Neuf, c.1912-14 (w/c and gouache on paper) by Petitjean, Hippolyte (1854-1929); 25x19 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; ( Watercolor and gouache on cream wove paper, upper edge torn from notebook
This delicate pointillist sheet, glistening with light, was made along the Seine, looking downriver through the arches of the Pont Neuf toward the bathing cabins and trees by the place Henri IV. ); French, out of copyright

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Wounded Drummer Boy, 1865-69 (oil on canvas) Featured Eastman Johnson Image

Wounded Drummer Boy, 1865-69 (oil on canvas)

873285 Wounded Drummer Boy, 1865-69 (oil on canvas) by Johnson, Eastman (1824-1906); 66.68 x54.93 cm; San Diego Museum of Art, USA; ( Inspired by an event which apparently ocurred during the Battle of Antietam (1862) in which an injured drummer boy asked a comrade to carry him so that he could continue drumming his unit forward.); A© San Diego Museum of Art; Gift of Mrs. Herbert S. Darlington; American, out of copyright

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Virgin and Child with Saints, c.1230s (tempera & gold on poplar panel) Featured Eastman Johnson Image

Virgin and Child with Saints, c.1230s (tempera & gold on poplar panel)

499641 Virgin and Child with Saints, c.1230s (tempera & gold on poplar panel)
by Berlinghieri, Berlinghiero (Berlinghiero of Lucca) (fl.1228-36); 42.6x51.5 (overall) cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; ( This small altarpiece, intended for a domestic interior or private chapel, consists of three panels, allowing it to be folded and easily transported. Surrounding the Virgin and Child in the center are various saints. On the left is Saint Andrew crucified, with St. Francis and St. Paul below; on the right, Christ with the instruments of the Passion, and St. Stephen and St. Lawrence below. The long expressive lines that define the clothing and hands of the figures are typical of Byzantine painting, which spread from Constantinople to Italy in the Middle Ages.
Berlinghiero is one of the earliest Italian painters known by name. He lived in Lucca, the most important artistic center in Tuscany before the rise of Siena and Florence. Berlinghiero headed a large, influential workshop that included his sons.
Center - h:42.80 w:27.00 cm.
Left - h:42.50 w:12.50 cm.
Right - h:42.40 w:12.00 cm.); Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust; Italian, out of copyright

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