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Alexandra with Harald, 1887 (pastel on paper) Featured Mothers/fathers & Children Image

Alexandra with Harald, 1887 (pastel on paper)

OVR364968 Alexandra with Harald, 1887 (pastel on paper) by Thaulow, Fritz (1847-1906); 42x62 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Alexandra Thaulow, nee Lasson (1862-1955), wife of the artist; Harald Thaulow (1887-1971), their son;); Photo © O. Vaering

© © O. Vaering / Bridgeman Images

Baby, Bed, Beds, Boy, Boys, Child, Children, Domestic, Female, Furnishings, Furniture, Infant, Interior, Kid, Lying, Mother, Motherhood, Newborn, Nurturing, Portrait, Resting, Sleeping

Bather with a Child, IX from Les Petites Baigneuses, 1893 (woodcut) Featured Mothers/fathers & Children Image

Bather with a Child, IX from Les Petites Baigneuses, 1893 (woodcut)

615507 Bather with a Child, IX from Les Petites Baigneuses, 1893 (woodcut) by Vallotton, Felix Edouard (1865-1925); 11x16.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: La Baigneuse a l'Enfant); Photo A© Christie's Images; Swiss, out of copyright

© © Christie's Images / Bridgeman Images

Bather, Black And White, Child, Female, Kneeling, Les Nabis, Little Bathers, Monochrome, Mother, Nabis, Naked, Nakedness, Nude, Nudity, Petites Baigneuses, Printmaking, Stylised

Elizabeth Shewell West and Her Son, Raphael, c.1770 (oil on canvas) Featured Mothers/fathers & Children Image

Elizabeth Shewell West and Her Son, Raphael, c.1770 (oil on canvas)

491124 Elizabeth Shewell West and Her Son, Raphael, c.1770 (oil on canvas) by West, Benjamin (1738-1820); 66.5x66.3 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: West was the first American artist to study in Italy, where he spent three years before permanently settling in London. He so admired the artistic ideals of the Italian Renaissance master Raphael that he named his eldest son after him, and he imitated Raphael's celebrated Madonna of the Chair when composing this tender double portrait of his wife and child.); The Charles W. Harkness Gift; American, out of copyright

© The Charles W. Harkness Gift / Bridgeman Images