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Claude Monet - Garden in Giverny, 1902

Print of Monet's Pathway in Garden at Giverny on canvas. Product: Wall artConstruction Material: Cotton canvas and woodFeatures: Pathway in Garden at Giverny by Claude Monet

Sunlight -   Frank Weston Benson  was an American artist from Salem, Massachusetts known for his Realistic portraits, American Impressionist paintings, watercolors and etchings. He began his career painting portraits of distinguished families and murals for the Library of Congress.

Frank Weston Benson, "Sunlight," Indianapolis Museum of Art, John Herron Fund. The return of Frank Weston Benson’s Sunlight to the IMA’s American

Art by Leonard Wren, American impressionist. I kind of think I have a thing for impressionist art.

Street in Nice by Leonard Wren ~ An Inspired American Impressionist Capturing the joy of light and life. The paintings of Leonard Wren emanate his sincere joy for life and the beauty of the world around him

Lower Fifth Avenue at Night, Guy Wiggins. American Impressionist Painter (1883 - 1962)  *I love the feel and depth of this. I used to stare into a similar painting my grandmother owned when I was little, dreaming of what the conversations could be.

Lower Fifth Avenue at Night, Guy Wiggins. American Impressionist Painter - *I love the feel and depth of this. I used to stare into a similar painting my grandmother owned when I was little, dreaming of what the conversations could be.

Frederick Childe Hassam, Fifth Avenue, Evening, ca 1890-1893

Fifth Avenue, Evening, Frederick Childe Hassam. American Impressionist Painter - Oil on canvas, c.

Frank W. Benson, Eleanor, 1901. Oil on canvas, 76.2 x 64.1 cm. Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Gift of the Estate of Mrs. Gustav Radeke, 31.079, © Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design / Photo: E. Gould

"L’Impressionnisme et les Américains" traces the discovery of Impressionism by American artists in the late Image: Frank Weston Benson, Eleanor, Gift of the Estate of Mrs. Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence.

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