María Blanchard (Spanish, 1881 – 1932): Charette à la glace (1924-1925) (via Sotheby’s)


‘Fruit Still Life 01′ – pastel on 100% cotton paper

Limited edition prints are now available in my shop


Coral Day Dreams by Karen Baden Thapa, Copper Plate Etching

Augusta Lebaron-Desves (French, 19th century): Le Marchand de coco (1843) (via Paris Musées)

From the museum website (translation mine):

Coco was a cold drink made by macerating liquorice in water with lemon. Very popular throughout the 19th century, it was sold in the streets of Paris by itinerant merchants who carried metal fountains on their backs; they served it in goblets tied to their waists.

Louise Marie Jeanne Hersent (French, 1784 – 1862): Portrait of monsieur Arachequesne (1830) (via Paris Musées)

Adèle-Anaïs Colin (French, 1822 – 1899): Portrait of an actress, thought to be Mme Volnys (c. 1835) (via Paris Musées)

Laure Brouardel (French, 1852 – 1935): Portrait of Dr. Adrien Proust (1834-1903), Marcel Proust’s father (1891) (via Paris Musées)

Hello ! I don't know if I will be the only one who thinks they had an affair. What do you think about the relationship about Berthe morisot and Edouard manet? Thank you .

That is waaaaay out of my wheelhouse but maybe followers have a take on this?

Julia Beck (Swedish, 1853 – 1935): Water reflections (1925) (via Stockholms Auktionsverk)

Thekla Schultz (Swedish, 1848 – 1937): City motif with tram – Gothenburg (via Uppsala Auktionskammare)