AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Frank Duveneck (1848 – 1919)

Posted by L. A. on April 25, 2014


Elizabeth Boott Duveneck

Elizabeth Boott Duveneck

Amy Folsom

Amy Folsom

Caucasian Soldier

Caucasian Soldier

That Summer Afternoon In My Garden

That Summer Afternoon In My Garden

Reclining Nude On The Riverbank

Reclining Nude On The Riverbank

Artist's Mother

Artist’s Mother

The Musketeer

The Musketeer

Winslow Homer

Winslow Homer

Young Frau

Young Frau

Marie Danforth Page

Marie Danforth Page

Miss Blood - Woman In A Satin Gown

Miss Blood – Woman In A Satin Gown

Standing female Nude

Standing Female Nude

Miss Westlake

Miss Westlake

Lady With A Red Hat

Lady With A Red Hat

Leslie Pease Barnum

Leslie Pease Barnum

The Fortune Teller

The Fortune Teller

Woman With Forget-Me-Nots

Woman With Forget-Me-Nots

Mary Mallon

Mary Mallon

Major Dillard H. Clark

Major Dillard H. Clark

Lady In A Red Dress

Lady In A Red Dress

Frances Schillinger Hinkle

Frances Schillinger Hinkle

Girl In Blue Blouse

Girl In Blue Blouse

Fellow Artist In Costume

Fellow Artist In Costume

The Florentine Girl

The Florentine Girl

Flower Girl

Flower Girl

John White Alexander

John White Alexander

Mary E. Goddard

Mary E. Goddard

A Child Of The People

A Child Of The People

William Merritt Chase

William Merritt Chase

Portrait Of A Little Girl

Portrait Of A Little Girl

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

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2 Responses to “Frank Duveneck (1848 – 1919)”

  1. Reblogged this on Nothing Gilded, Nothing Gained–Books & Writing at Middlemay Farm and commented:
    More beauty exists in the eyes of humanity than we can ever truly fathom. Happy weekend.

  2. Vincenzo said

    Great painter. We see that belongs to that generation of artists who learned the trade by attending the ateliers of other great artists, both in America and in Europe. On the other hand, at the time, unlike today, the painting was considered a real profession, with which the artists (especially the good ones) could earn a living.

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