AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Frank Snapp (1876 – 1927)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 19, 2014


Woman In White Seated On A Birch-Bark Wood Garden Bench

Woman In White Seated On A Birch-Bark Wood Garden Bench

Lady With Parasol

Lady With Parasol

Nude Playing The Piano

Nude Playing The Piano

Nude Bathing

Nude Bathing

Standing Female Nude, Looking In A Mirror

Standing Female Nude, Looking In A Mirror

Parrots And Woman With A Parasol

Parrots And Woman With A Parasol

The Man Who Was Lost

The Man Who Was Lost

Love Insurance

Love Insurance

Seven Keys To Baldpate

Seven Keys To Baldpate

Dressing The Bride - Say Yes To The Dress

Dressing The Bride – Say Yes To The Dress

 

2 Responses to “Frank Snapp (1876 – 1927)”

  1. Very much beautiful painting, thank you Miroslava

  2. Bruce said

    I was going to ask why the first painting, “Woman in White, etc.” contained a depiction of a plunger, that mundane tool for taking care of bathroom emergencies of a certain type, before I scrolled to the next one and from that realized I was most likely looking at the handle of a very large umbrella. I think. Anyway, Suzay, thank you for positioning these two images in such a way as to prevent me from making a fool of myself. 🙂

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