Saturday, August 16, 2014

Fruits & Vegetables - Historic American Seed & Plant Catalogs from Smithsonian Institution Libraries

A few Japonisme paintings by European artists

Wilhelm Hempfing (German painter, 1886–1948) Yellow Robe

Japonisme is the influence of Japanese art, fashion, & aesthetics on Western culture. Japonisme was a term first applied to art in the 1870s.

Norbert Goeneutte (French Painter, 1854-1894) Salon Japonais

James Jacques Joseph Tissot (French artist, 1836–1902) Young Woman with Japanese Ceramics

Giuseppe de Nittis (Italian artist, 1846-1884) Orange Kimono

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French artist, 1864-1901) Lili Grenier in a Kimono 1888

John Munnoch (Scotch artist, 1879-1915) Chinese Coat

George Hendrik Breitner (Dutch artist, 1857–1923) Girl in White Kimono

Alfred Stevens (Belgian Painter, 1823-1906) Reverie La Japonaise

George Hendrik Breitner (Dutch artist, 1857–1923) Girl in Red Kimono

 Alfred Stevens (Belgian Painter, 1823-1906)  Kimono

 Ă‰mile Bernard (French artist, 1868-1941) Young Woman in Kimono, Reading 1887