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Arm Resting Collection

"Arm Resting: A Glimpse into the Art of Relaxation" In the enchanting world of art, where emotions are captured on canvas and stories unfold through brushstrokes

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Arm Resting Collection: The Scribe, (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Girl in a Red Dress, Seated by a Swimming Pool, 1936 (oil on board)
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Arm Resting Collection: Nude Young Woman Sitting, Asleep; Une Jeune Femme Denudee et Assise, Endormie, (black
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Arm Resting Collection: Nude Boy Standing; Stehender Knabenakt, (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: The Boating Party, (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Study for A Parisian Cafe : Man Seated at a Cafe Table, Reading a Newspaper, c
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Arm Resting Collection: Martha Hess as Silence (recto), (pencil and white chalk on buff paper)
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Arm Resting Collection: Nude Redhead Sitting on a Chair; Nu Rouge Assis sur une Chaise, (pastel and charcoal on paper)
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Arm Resting Collection: Cafe Parisien (Bal Tabarin), (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Reclining Nude, (charcoal and coloured chalk)
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Arm Resting Collection: Study for the Model in Youth, (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Lifes Ambitions, 1920? (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Meditation, 1908 (drypoint printed in colours)
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Arm Resting Collection: The Tired Seamstress, 1866 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Golden Veil, (etching and aquatint, printed in colours)
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Arm Resting Collection: Settling the Debt, (oil on panel)
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Arm Resting Collection: On the Beach, (drypoint and aquatint)
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Arm Resting Collection: Interior of William Merritt Chases Tenth Street Studio (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Thais, 1927 (colour etching and aquatint)
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Arm Resting Collection: Au Cafe, (charcoal on paper laid down on board)
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Arm Resting Collection: Meditation, 1904 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Mending the Net, 1871 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Mrs. Lovell Reddie, (watercolour)
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Arm Resting Collection: Portrait of Winnie Melville, Mrs, 1920 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: On the Terrace, 1904 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Portrait of Miss Ruth Breslin, 1925 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Lunch by the River, (black and brown ink and watercolour)
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Arm Resting Collection: Idle Moments, (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Lampshade, 1948 (colour etching and aquatint)
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Arm Resting Collection: After Tennis, c. 1921-25 (oil on panel)
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Arm Resting Collection: Portrait of a Lady, 1907 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: The Courtship, (watercolour, pen and ink on paper. )
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Arm Resting Collection: Orange Seller, (etching, printed in colours)
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Arm Resting Collection: Boy Lying on His Stomach, 1918 (charcoal and pencil on paper)
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Arm Resting Collection: Woman Seated at a Cafe Table, c. 1872-1875 (pencil on paper)
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Arm Resting Collection: Study of a Reclining Female Nude, 1885 (lithograph)
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Arm Resting Collection: Study of Jane Morris Asleep in an Upholstered Armchair, (pencil on blue paper)
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Arm Resting Collection: Study of two male nudes for Arthur in Avalon, c. 1885 (pencil on paper)
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Arm Resting Collection: Beauty in Pink, (oil on canvas, framed)
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Arm Resting Collection: The Contented Mother, 1872 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: At the Cafe; Au cafe, 1909 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Las Horas Tristes, c. 1900 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Abandonment (The Two Friends); L abandon (Les deux amies), 1895 (oil on board)
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Arm Resting Collection: Seated Woman, 1909 (oil on board)
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Arm Resting Collection: The Declaration, 1885 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: A Prelude by Bach, 1868 (pencil and w / c on paper)
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Arm Resting Collection: The Fisher Boy, 1870 (oil on canvas)
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Arm Resting Collection: Woman Reading; Femme lisant, c. 1890 (pastel on paper)


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"Arm Resting: A Glimpse into the Art of Relaxation" In the enchanting world of art, where emotions are captured on canvas and stories unfold through brushstrokes, one can find a multitude of intriguing scenes. Among them, arm resting takes center stage as an expression of tranquility and repose. From a girl in a red dress seated by a sparkling swimming pool in 1936 to a nude young woman peacefully asleep, each artwork unveils its own unique narrative. Imagine stepping into an era long gone, where oil on board paintings transport you to sun-kissed afternoons by the water's edge. The vibrant hues of "Girl in a Red Dress" evoke feelings of warmth and leisure as she delicately rests her arm against the poolside. Meanwhile, "Nude Boy Standing" captures youthful innocence frozen in time with his hand gently grazing his side. Venturing further into this artistic journey brings us to "The Boating Party, " an exquisite masterpiece that showcases individuals reclining comfortably amidst nature's embrace. Here we witness arms casually draped over boat edges while laughter fills the air—a moment suspended forever within layers of paint. As we delve deeper into this captivating realm, we encounter intimate glimpses from café scenes to boudoirs. In "Study for A Parisian Cafe, " our attention is drawn towards a man engrossed in reading his newspaper while elegantly resting his arm upon the table—an everyday act transformed into artistry. Similarly, "Café Parisien (Bal Tabarin)" transports us back to lively nights filled with music and dancing; arms intertwine as people revel in joyous camaraderie. Yet it is not only adults who grace these canvases; youth also finds its place among these masterpieces. In "Two Girls, " their carefree spirits shine through delicate pencil strokes—arms linked together as they embark on adventures only known to them.