62
Edgar Payne (1883-1947). A Rocky Coastal Seascape, 1919. 11.5 x 15.75 in.
17
Edward Hopper (1882-1967). Le Point Royal, 1909. 24 x 29 in (61 x 73.7 cm)
tierradentro:

“Portrait of a Boy”, 1890, John Singer Sargent.
18
Hanson Puthuff (1875-1972). Trees and Foothills. Oil on canvas, 17.75 x 35.75 in
50
Edgar Payne (1883-1947). Capistrano Canyon. Oil on canvas, 24 x 28 in.
24
Hanson Puthuff (1875-1972). Hill Slopes. Oil on canvas, 28 x 36 in
22
Rinaldo Cuneo (1877-1939). Notre Dame. Oil on canvas, 20.25 x 26.25 in.
15
Edgar Payne (1883-1947). Italian Fishing Boats. Oil on canvas. 14.5x14.75 in.
9
Charles Warren Eaton (1857-1937). Shawangunk Valley, c. 1900. Oil on Canvas.
368
fleurdulys:

Evening on the Volga - Isaac Levitan
1888
22
Charles Warren Eaton (1857-1937). The Brook, c. 1899. Oil on canvas. 12 x 18 in. (30.48 x 45.72 cm)
22
f0rtylegz:

~Albert Marquet~   
The thing about Albert Marquet is that he is so often called as a Fauve Painter.  He isn’t.  He is the most skilled of all the Impressionist painters.  No one can paint shadows, smoke, wind over water, the time of day, the clouds, as well as Albert Marquet.  And he only got better his whole career.  His economy is amazing.  He has no doubt… he cheerfully paints what he sees.
193
ilikeartalot:

Kenyon Cox - Columbia and Cuba
64
Charles Warren Eaton (1857-1937). The Road to Sluis, Holland. c 1910. 19 x 23 in. 48.26 x 58.42 cm
217
catonhottinroof:

John Singer Sargent      Marionettes (Behind the curtain), 1903. Oil on canvas, 29 x 20 7/8 in.