Examples of Paintings

New Paintings: Claude Monet

Young Girls in a Row Boat, 1887
National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

Path through the Irises, 1914-1917
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Water Lilies, 1916-1919
Musee d'Orsay

The Water-Lilly Pond, C. 1899
The National Gallery, London

Water Lilies, 1916
The National Museum of Western Art

Yellow and Lilac Water-Lilies, C. 1922
Toledo Museum of Art

Water Lilu Pond, 1914-1917
Private Collection

Water Lilies, 1914-1917
Wallraf-Richarts-Museum, Germany

Water Lilies, 1919
Private Collection

Water-Lily Pond, 1897-1899
Princeton Museum

Four Poplars on the Banks of the Epte River, 1891
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Display of 9 Monet Paintings

Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt, American 1844-1926 Ms. Cassatt lived much of her adult life in France, where she worked with Edgar Degas. Cassatt created images of the social and private lives of women, with particular emphasis on the intimate bond between mother and child. Ms. Cassatt participated in the first French Impressionist show in 1874. Recently, a Cassat sold for 2.87 million. Cassatt paintings are especially appropriate for physicians’ offices, children’s rooms, as gifts for expectant mothers, or to celebrate your family. The paintings are timeless, with bright colors and loose brushstrokes; they will enhance almost every room and environment.

From The Art Institute of Chicago collections:
Mary Cassatt, 1844-1926, The Child's Bath, 1893
Dimensions: 26.00 inch wide x 39.00

From the Musee D’Orsay collections in Paris:
Mary Cassatt, 1844-1926, Mother and Child,1897
Dimensions: 17.72 wide x 20.87

Edgar Degas