Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Parasols for Sun & Umbrellas for Rain - Frederick Carl Frieseke 1874-1939



  1914c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  The Hour of Tea

 Frederick Carl Frieseke (1874–1939) was an American Impressionist decorative painter. He was born in Owosso, Michigan & studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago & the Académie Julian in Paris. Frieseke & his family resided for 14 years in Giverny, home to Monet. Frieseke was attracted to women, gardens, & bright sunlight.


 1910-12c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) In the Garden, Giverny



 1912 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  The Flower Garden 



 1910c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) The Garden Parasol 



 1908-09c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  The Judas Tree 



 1910 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Lady with the Sunshade 



 1914 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Woman Seated in a Garden



Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) 



 1911 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Garden in June



 1905c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  Lady with a Parasol 



 1912 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  Hollyhocks


 1910c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) The Garden Umbrella



 1908c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  The Japanese Parasol 



 1912-13c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  Foxgloves 



 1910c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) The Garden Parasol



 1914c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Sun and Wind 



1915c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) The Garden


Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) Woman with a Parasol, c. 1906


Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) The Pink Parasol 1913



Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) Promenade in the Garden


Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) The Garden Path 1910


Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) White Lilies


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