Tuesday, November 5, 2013

17C-20C Sisters & Sisterhood



Robert Peake the elder (c 1551-1619)  Portrait of sisters, probably Anne of Denmark & her sister Elizabeth

"Any woman who chooses to behave like a full human being should be warned that the armies of the status quo will treat her as something of a dirty joke. That's their natural and first weapon. She will need her sisterhood." Gloria Steinem



Perhaps Mary (d.1616) & Lettice (1585-1623) Cholmondeley, daughters of Sir Hugh Cholmondeley (1557-1601) & Mary Holford (1563-1626) Mary m Sir George Calveley & Lettice m Sir Richard Grosvenor (1595-1646)


John Trumbull (1756-1843) The Misses Mary and Hannah Murray 1806



Jacob Eichholtz (American Painter, 1776-1842) The Ragan Sisters, 1818



Théodore Chassériau (French painter, 1819-1856) The Two Sisters



1758 John Singleton Copley (American artist, 1738-1815) Mary & Eliz Royall



Albert Herter (American painter, 1871–1950) The Bouvier Sisters



1728 New York by the Depeyster Limmer (American colonial artist) Depeyster twins Eva & Catherina



Sir Thomas Lawrence (English painter, 1769-1830) The Fullerton Sisters



1730s Charles Bridges (American colonial artist, 1670-1747) Girls of the Grymes Family


Edmund Charles Tarbell (1862 – 1938) Three Sisters - A Study in June Sunlight 1890


James Peale (1749-1831) Sisters Anna and Mararetta Peale


Robert Lewis Reid (1862–1929) The Sisters


James Jebusa Shannon (1862–1923) Lorna and Dorothy Bell, Daughters of W. Heward Bell Esq


Edmund Charles Tarbell (1862-1938)The Sisters 1921



1750 John Hesselius (American colonial artist, 1728-1778) Ann & Sarah Gordon


Edmund Charles Tarbell (1862-1938) Portrait of Josephine and Emiline Tarbell



Alexei Alexeievich Harlamoff (Russian painter, 1840–1925) Sisters 1888



Asher B Durand (American artist, 1796-1886) Portrait of the Artist’s Wife and Her Sister, 1834



Constantin Hansen (Danish artist, 1804-1880).The Artist’s Sisters Signe and Henriette Reading a Book



Irma Victoria Reisner (Hungarian-born American artist, b 1889) Sisters



Mary Cassatt (American artist, 1844-1926). Two Sisters 1893-94



Matthew White Ridley (British artist, 1837-1888) Sisters 1876



Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French Impressionist Painter, 1841-1919) Two Sisters 1895



Rosina Emmet Sherwood (American artist, 1854–1948) Two Sisters



Thérèse Schwartze (Amsterdam artist, 1852-1918) Family Boissevain 1916 The 6 daughters of Charles E.H. Boissevain & wife Maria Barbera Pijnappel



Ralph Earl 1751-1801 Striker Sisters Butler 1787



Anton Graff (1736-1813) - Portrait of the daughters of Johann Julius von Vieth und Glossenau and his wife Johanna Juliane, née Krieg von Bellicken, c 1775



Unknown 19th-Century American artist, Sisters



Washington Allston (American artist, 1779-1843) Sisters c 1817


Mary Cassatt (1844-1926) Sisters



Berthe Morisot (1841-1895). Sisters



Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)Two Sisters on the Terrace


Berthe Morisot (1841-1895). The Two Sisters



Attributed to Jacob Eicholtz (American artist, 1776-1842), Sisters from Lancaster, Pennsylvania


Henri Matisse (1869-1954). The Three Sisters


Rembrandt Peale (American artist, 1778-1860) The Sisters (Eleanor and Rosalba Peale)


Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) Two Sisters


Mary Cassatt (1844-1926) Two Sisters 1906



1773 Matthew Pratt (American artist, 1734-1805)  Elizabeth Gay Bolling with daughters Sarah & Ann


Edgar Degas (1834–1917) Giovanna and Giulia Bellelli



Berthe Morisot (1841-1895). Sisters


Jacques-Joseph Tissot (1836-1902) The Two Sisters



Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947) Natanson Girls


Donald M Mattison (American painter 1905-1975 Indianapolis) - Portrait of the Davico Sisters c 1930


John Everett Millais (English painter, 1829-1896) Twins, Kate Hoare and Grace Hoare 1876



Hugh Ramsay (Australian artist, 1877-1906), The Sisters



Ann Cobbett (British artis, b.1826) The Cobbett Sisters



William George Gillies (British artist, 1898–1973) Sisters Emma and Janet 1932



William Etty (British artist, 1787–1849) Mrs Caroline Norton and her Sisters  detail



Cedrick Lockwood Morris (British artist, 1889-1982) Two Sisters 1935



Wilfrid Gabriel de Glehn (British artist, 1870–1951) Sisters 1923



Charles Baxter, (British artist, 1809–1879) The Sisters 1864 detail



Walford Graham Robertson, (British artist, 1866–1948) Sisters of Cinderella, 1905



Charles Baxter, (British artist, 1809–1879) The Sisters, 1840s detail



Unknown Welsh Artist, The Sisters



Charles Baxter, (British artist, 1809–1879) The Sisters, c 1864



Unknown Welch artist, The Three Hughes Sisters



George Frederic Watts (British artist, 1817–1904 ) The Sisters 1856



George Henry Harlow, (British artist, 1787–1819) Sisters



George Percy Jacomb-Hood (British artist, 1857–1929) The Deane Sisters c 1908



1785 Ralph Earl (American artist, 1751-1801 The Callahan Children



Unknown British artist, Two Sisters c 1770-80



In the style of Allan Ramsay The Dinwiddie Sisters (Elizabeth 1738-73 and Rebecca b 1742) c 1745



Unidentified British artists MR & DR The White Sisters of Netherurd



Jules Pascin, (Bulgarian-born French artist, 1885–1930) Two Sisters, 1926



Thomas Stewardson (British artist, 1781–1859) The Ainslie Sisters (Agnes and Margaret) 1808



Thomas Roland Rathmell (British artist, 1912–1990) The Sisters, 1953



Laslett John Pott (British artist, 1837–1898) The Sisters 1874



Stanley Spencer, (British artist, 1891–1959) The Sisters c 1940



Margaret Sarah Carpenter (British artist, 1793–1872) The Sisters 1839



Palma il Vecchio (Italian artist, 1480-1528) Three Sisters



Philip Richard Morris (British artist, 1836–1902) Sisters



Ralph Peacock (British artist, 1868–1946) The Sisters 1900



Patrick Branwell Brontë (British artist, 1817–1848) The Bronte Sisters Anne, Emily, Charlotte, c 1834  (I realize this is in deplorable condition, but it seems too important to ignore.)



Robert Sivell (British artist, 1888–1958 ) Sisters 1927


Charles Wesley Jarvis (1812 – 1868) Adrian Baucker Holmes' Children


Thomas Prichard Rossiter (1818-1971) The Parmly Sisters


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