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Tholen, W.B. (1860-1931)

Willem Bastiaan Tholen (Dutch, - The Sisters Dora and Elisabeth Arntzenius reading - 1895

A Girl Reading.Charles Edward Perugini - Charles Edward Perugini - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

also known as A Fair Student 1878 A view of a young woman seated on a marble garden bench reading from a book in her lap.

Fanny Fluery (French, 1848-1920) Woman Reading (n.d.) 24 1/4 X 17 1/8 in. Oil on canvas. Private collection.

Woman Reading (n. Fanny Fluery (French, Oil on canvas. With the exception of Rosa Bonheur, Fleury was perhaps the most successful female exhibitor in the history of.

Idle Moments. Charles Edward Perugini (Italian-born English, 1839-1918). Oil on canvas. The subject of this work is most likely the artist’s wife Kate Perugini, as depicted in Portrait of Kate Periguni and Portrait of Kate Dickens. She was the daughter of Charles Dickens. Kate Perugini is known to have sat for her husband on a number of occasions and also most famously for Millais in The Black Brunswicker (1860).

Charles Edward Perugini, Girl reading, 1879 - Charles Edward Perugini September 1839 – 22 December originally Carlo Perugini, was an Italian-born English painter of the Victorian era.

Daydreaming. Fernand Toussaint (Belgian, 1873-1955). Oil on canvas.

✉ Biblio Beauties ✉ paintings of women reading letters books - Fernand Toussaint (Belgian artist, A Quiet Moment

Reminds me of my girl, our girl Bunny

Johan Gudmundsen-Holmgreen (Danish, 1858 - - "Læsende lille pige" (A little girl reading), 1900



After Lunch  -  Hugo Grenville

After Lunch Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Hugo Grenville

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✉ Biblio Beauties ✉ paintings of women reading letters and books - Rob Graafland | Suzanna reading, 1936

Suzanna Graafland Reading Robert Archibald Antonius Joan Graafland (Dutch, Oil on canvas. After Graafland developed his own style, similar to Belgian/French Impressionism.