Thursday, July 30, 2015

Women in Gardens by American Frederick Carl Frieseke 1874-1939



1912c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Lady in a Garden

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.


 Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) The Garden Pool 



1918 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) The Green Chair 



1923 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) The Garden Fountain 



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



1913c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Hollyhocks 



1916 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Under the Awning 



1913c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Garden Mirror



1911c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Breakfast in the Garden



1911c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  Lilies



 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Lady in a Hammock 



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



 1914 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Sunbath



 1912 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) The House in Giverny



1904-07 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  Woman with a Flower Basket


1908-09c Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939)  Late October


Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) Under the Alder Tree (Sadie in the Garden) 1918



Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) Under the Trees



Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) 



Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) 


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