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Description: American Watercolor in the Age of Homer and Sargent
~If not specified, the dimensions of the works on paper refer to their supports (sheets of paper, artist boards, etc.). For explanation of the supports and materials, see Nancy Ash et al., Descriptive Terminology for Works of Art on Paper: Guidelines for the Accurate and Consistent...
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If not specified, the dimensions of the works on paper refer to their supports (sheets of paper, artist boards, etc.). For explanation of the supports and materials, see Nancy Ash et al., Descriptive Terminology for Works of Art on Paper: Guidelines for the Accurate and Consistent Description of the Materials and Techniques of Drawings, Prints, and Collages, ed. Renee Wolcott (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2014), http://www.philamuseum.org/conservation/22.html.
Edwin Austin Abbey (1852–1911)
The Sisters, 1882
Watercolor and white opaque watercolor over graphite on paper, in original frame
23 5/16 × 35¼ inches (59.2 × 89.5 cm)
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven. The Edwin Austin
Abbey Memorial Collection, 1946.130
An Old Song, 1885
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over graphite on paper
28 × 48 inches (71.1 × 121.9 cm)
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven. The Edwin Austin
Abbey Memorial Collection, 1937.2681
Thomas Anshutz (1851–1912)
Sand Burr, c. 1894
Watercolor and graphite on paper
13½ × 20¼ A inches (34.3 × 51.4 cm)
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC. Gift of the Ann and Tom Barwick Family Collection, 2007.46
John James Audubon (born Haiti, 1785–1851)
American Black Rat, 1842
Graphite, watercolor, and oil paint on paper
21 5/8 × 27½ inches (54.9 × 69.9 cm)
American Museum of Natural History, New York. Gift of the Misses Florence and Maria Audubon, 1925 (no. 934)
Sarah Bates (1792–1881)
Untitled (Shaker inspirational drawing), c. 1840–60
Pen and brush and colored inks over graphite on paper
15⅛ × 20 15/16 inches (38.4 × 53.2 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Zieget, 1963-160-3
Albert Fitch Bellows (1829–1883)
Coaching in New England, c. 1876
Watercolor and opaque watercolor with selectively applied glaze over graphite on moderately thick, rough-textured wove paper
24⅞ × 35⅞ inches (63.2 × 91.1 cm)
Brooklyn Museum. Bequest of Caroline H. Polhemus, 06.334
Robert Frederick Blum (1857–1903)
A Venetian Market, 1889
Watercolor on paper
13 3/16 × 18⅛ inches (33.5 × 46 cm)
David Owsley Museum of Art, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. Elisabeth Ball Collection, gift of the George and Frances Ball Foundation, 1995.036.005
Alfred Thompson Bricher (1837–1908)
Dory on Dana’s Beach, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, 1879
Watercolor and gouache on paper
14½ × 20½ inches (36.8 × 52.1 cm)
Collection of Joseph Peter Spang III
Fidelia Bridges (1834–1923)
Pink Cyclamen, c. 1875
Transparent and opaque watercolor heightened with gum glaze and graphite on paper
14 × 10 inches (35.6 × 25.4 cm)
Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas, 1982.49
Milkweeds, 1876
Watercolor on paper
17¼ × 13 inches (43.8 × 33 cm)
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, Museum of Art, Utica, New York. Proctor Collection, PC.79 5
Charles Burchfield (1893–1967)
Backyards in Spring, 1917 and 1946
Watercolor, opaque watercolor, conte crayon, and charcoal on joined wove paper, mounted on cardboard
33 1/16 × 44⅛ inches (84 × 112.1 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Mrs. Herbert Cameron Morris, 1947-12-1
James Callowhill (born England, 1838–1917) and Percy James Callowhill (born England, 1873–1955)
Famille Rose Plate, c. 1889–96
Study for Oriental Ceramic Art (New York: D. Appleton, 1897)
Watercolor with selectively applied glaze on wove paper
15 1/16 × 14 inches (38.3 × 35.5 cm)
The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, 37.2635
Nicolino Calyo (born Italy, 1799–1884)
View of the Waterworks at Fairmount, 1835–36
Opaque watercolor on wove paper, mounted on board
26⅛ × 36½ inches (66.4 × 92.7 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. 125th Anniversary Acquisition, Gift of the McNeil Americana Collection, 2009-218-7
William Merritt Chase (1849–1916)
Portrait Study (Woman in a Black Bonnet), c. 1880
Watercolor on paper
13¾ × 9¾ inches (34.9 × 24.8 cm)
Collection of Erving and Joyce Wolf
Samuel Colman (1832–1920)
The Harbor of Seville, 1867
Watercolor and gouache on paper
12⅛ × 27 9/16 inches (31.5 × 70 cm)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. American Art Curator’s Fund, 1983.24.1
William Craig (born Ireland, 1829–1875)
View at Coldspring, 1 867
Watercolor, opaque watercolor, and graphite on wove paper
14⅞ × 22¾ inches (37.8 × 57.8 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with the Margaretta S. Hinchman Fund, 2003-194-1
Bruce Crane (1857–1937)
Snow Scene, c. 1890–1900
Watercolor and opaque watercolor on blue-gray wove paper
10⅞ × 22¾ inches (27.6 × 47.5 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. George A. Hearn Fund, 1968 (68.40)
J. Frank Currier (1843–1909)
White Beeches, c. 1878–80
Watercolor on paper
11¼ × 16 inches (28.6 × 40.6 cm)
Private collection
Landscape, 1880
Watercolor on paper
16¼ × 26⅛ inches (41.3 × 67 cm)
The Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, New York.
Gift of the Baker/Pisano Collection, 2001.9.77
Felix Octavius Carr Darley (1822–1888)
The Repose, c. 1861
Watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on canvas
14½ × 24 9/16 inches (36.8 × 62.3 cm)
High Museum of Art, Atlanta. Purchase, 1986.1
Stuart Davis (1892–1964)
Two Cats, 1912
Watercolor over graphite on wove paper
10¾ × 14¾ inches (27.3 × 37.5 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Carl Zigrosser, 1953-64-2
Charles Demuth (1883–1935)
In Vaudeville (Dancer with Chorus), 1918
Watercolor and graphite on paper
12 11/16 × 8 1/16 inches (32.2 × 20.5 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. A. E. Gallatin Collection, 1952-61-18
Still Life: Apples and Green Glass, 1925
Watercolor and graphite on wove paper
11 13/16 × 13¾ inches (30 × 35 cm)
The Art Institute of Chicago. Olivia Shaler Swan Memorial Collection, 1933.473
Thomas Wilmer Dewing (1851–1938)
Gloria, 1884
Gouache over graphite on paper
12⅛ × 10 15/16 inches (30.8 × 27.8 cm)
The Cleveland Museum of Art. The Fanny Tewksbury King Collection, 1956.722
Frederick Dielman (born Germany, 1847–1935)
Between Sittings, 1884
Watercolor on paper
21 × 14 inches (53.3 × 35.6 cm)
Private collection
Thomas Eakins (1844–1916)
Perspective of Lathe, 1860
Ink and watercolor on paper
16 1/16 × 22 inches (41.4 × 55.9 cm)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. Gift of Joseph H. Hirshhorn, 1966 (66.1554)
John Biglin in a Single Scull, 1873
Watercolor on paper
16⅞ × 23 15/16 inches (42.9 × 60.8 cm)
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven. Gift of Paul Mellon, B.A. 1929, LHDH 1967, in honor of Jules D. Prown, the first Director of the Yale Center for British Art, 1998.61.1
Seventy Years Ago, 1877
Watercolor and gouache on cream wove paper with graphite border
15 11/16 × 10 11/16 inches (39.8 × 27.4 cm)
Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey.
Gift of Mrs. Frank Jewett Mather Jr., x1957-118
The Dancing Lesson (Negro Boy Dancing), 1878
Watercolor on white wove paper
18 1/16 × 22 9/16 inches (46 × 57.4 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Fletcher Fund, 1925 (25.97.1)
John Mackie Falconer (born Scotland, 1820–1903)
William Penn’s Mansion, South Second Street, Philadelphia, 1864, 1864
Watercolor with touches of opaque watercolor over graphire pencil on medium-weight, slightly textured wove paper mounted to board
17½ × 23½ inches (44.5 × 59.7 cm)
Brooklyn Museum. Gift of the American Art Council and Bernard and S. Dean Fevy, 1997.76
Samuel Raymond Fanshaw (1814–1888)
Portrait of Sophie Richards, 1841
Watercolor over graphite on ivory
Height 3⅛ inches (7.9 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with funds contributed by the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2010-57-1
George Paulding Farnham (1859–1927)
Sketch for an Iris Brooch, c. 1900
Watercolor and opaque watercolor, gold paint, and gray wash with selectively applied glaze over graphite on gray-brown wove paper
7⅝ × 2 9/16 inches (19.4 × 6.5 cm)
The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore. Gift of Tiffany & Co., 1988 (37.2633)
Henry F. Farny (1847–1916)
The Prisoner (The Captive), 1885
Watercolor and gouache on paper
22 5/16 × 40 inches (56.7 × 101.6 cm)
Cincinnati Art Museum. Gift of Mrs. Benjamin E. Tate and Julius Fleischmann in memory of their father, Julius Fleischmann, 1927.38
Henry Farrer (born England, 1843–1903)
Sunrise, New York Bay, 1875
Watercolor on paper
12 × 18½ inches (30.5 × 47 cm)
Private collection
Winter Scene in Moonlight, 1869
Watercolor and opaque watercolor on white wove paper
11⅞ × 15 3/16 inches (30.2 × 38.6 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Morris K. Jesup Fund, Martha and Barbara Fleischman, and Katherine and Frank Martucci Gifts, 1999.19
Thomas Charles Farrer (English, active United States, 1839–1891)
Three Eggs, c. 1865
Watercolor on paper
5 × 10 inches (12.7 × 25.4 cm)
Collection of Elizabeth Feld Herzberg and Peter A. Feld
Isabella Stewart Gardner (1840–1924)
Columns of the Ramesseum, January 14, 1875, from Egypt
Diary, 1874–75
Watercolor and ink on paper
11 11/16 × 9 7/16 inches (30.3 × 24 cm)
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, v.i.a.4.2
William Glackens (1870–1938)
Christmas Shoppers, Madison Square, 1912
Crayon and watercolor on paper
16¾ × 31⅞ inches (42.5 × 81 cm)
NSU Art Museum, Fort Fauderdale, Florida. Bequest of Ira Glackens, 91.40.106
Elizabeth Shippen Green (1871–1954)
“All misery, Antoine! And now I live beneath a sword, ” c. 1907
Illustration for James Branch Cabell, “The Navarrese,” Harper’s Monthly Magazine, September 1907, following p. 536
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over charcoal on illustration board
25 ¼ × 15⅝ inches (64.1 × 39.7 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of the Philadelphia Water Color Club, 1941-99-47
George Hawley Hallowell (1871–1926)
Trees in Winter, c. 1910
Watercolor on paper
21 × 15⅜ inches (53.3 × 39 cm)
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Gift of Frederick F. Jack, 35.1234
James Hamilton (born Ireland, 1819–1878)
Beach Scene at Sunset, c. 1860–65
Watercolor and gouache on paper
12 9/16 × 20 7/16 inches (32×52 cm)
The Cleveland Museum of Art. Bequest of Dr. Paul J. Vignos, Jr., 2011.134
William Hart (born Scotland, 1823–1894)
First Snow, Grafton, Maine, 1867
Watercolor and opaque watercolor on paper
14 × 16 15/16 inches (35.6 × 43 cm)
Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany, New York. Gift of Alan Fewis, in honor of Janice Hart White, 2004.46.434
Childe Hassam (1859–1935)
Boulevard at Night, Paris, 1889
Watercolor on paper
8 × 12 inches (20.3 × 30.5 cm)
Private collection
The Island Garden, 1892
Watercolor on paper
17½ × 14 inches (44.4 × 35.5 cm)
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.
Gift of John Gellatly, 1929.6.64
John Henry Hill (1839–1922)
Natural Bridge, Virginia, 1876
Watercolor over graphite on very thick, slightly textured wove paper mounted to a secondary paper
21¼ × 14⅛ inches (54 × 35.9 cm)
Brooklyn Museum. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Feonard F. Milberg, 82.85.2
John William Hill (born England, 1812–1879)
Fawn’s Leap, Catskill Mountains, 1867
Watercolor on paper
13 13/16 × 17 13/16 inches (35.1 × 45.6 cm)
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Museum purchase funded by the James W. Glanville Family Foundation, Thomas S. Glanville, the Museum Collectors, Ann Trammell, Charles Butt, Chrissi and Mike Morgan, Bettie Cartwright and Colin Kennedy, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fapin in honor of Meredith J. Fong; and by James R. Crane, Frank J. Hevrdejs, and Tom Roupe at “One Great Night in November, 2003,” 2003.709
West Nyack, New York, 1868
Watercolor with traces of opaque watercolor over graphite
pencil on medium-weight, slightly textured wove paper
12 × 16⅜ inches (30.5 × 41.6 cm)
Brooklyn Museum. Gift of George J. Arden, Carroll J. Dickson, Mrs. Alfred T. Dillhoff, the estate of Emil Fuchs, Mrs. Willis Reese, and Dr. Ben Shenson, by exchange, and the Dick S. Ramsay Fund, 2005.1
Apples and Plums, 1874
Watercolor on paper
7⅞ × 11⅜ inches (20 × 28.9 cm)
Collection of Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr.
Laura Coombs Hills (1859–1952)
The Black Hat, 1918
Watercolor on ivory
5⅝ × 4⅛ Vs inches (14.3 × 10.5 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Mrs. Daniel J. McCarthy, 1954-21-6
Claude Raguet Hirst (1855–1942)
Book Closed over Spectacles, c. 1894
Opaque watercolor on illustration board
10 11/16 × 14⅞ inches (27.1 × 37.8 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with the E. Moran Endowment for American Art and the Edith H. Bell Fund, 2013-56-1
Henrietta Homer (1809–1884)
Bird on Branch, probably 1879
Watercolor on paper
2½ × 4⅜ inches (6.4 11.1 cm)
Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine.
Gift of Mrs. Capen Abbott, 1966.55.11
Dandelions, c. 1880
Watercolor on paper
3⅞ × 6 1/16 inches (9.8 × 15.4 cm)
Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine.
Gift of Mrs. Capen Abbott, 1966.55.2
Winslow Homer (1836–1910)
Skating in Central Park, 1859–60
Watercolor and ink on board
16 7/16 × 24 9/16 inches (41.8 × 62.4 cm)
Saint Louis Art Museum. Eliza McMillan Trust, 19:1940
Boys in a Dory, 1873
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over graphite on medium rough-textured white wove paper
9¾ × 13⅞ inches (24.8 × 35.2 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Molly Flagg Knudtsen, 2001.608.1
Gloucester Harbor, 1873
Watercolor and opaque watercolor with graphite on wove paper
9½ × 13½ inches (24.1 × 34.3 cm)
Collection of Meredith and Cornelia Fong
Waiting for the Boats, 1873
Watercolor on paper
8½ × 13½ inches (21.6 × 34.3 cm)
Private collection
In the Garden, 1874
Watercolor on paper
9 1/16× 6 11/16 inches (23 × 17 cm)
Private collection
A Flower for the Teacher (Taking Sunflower to Teacher), 1875
Watercolor with gouache over graphite on off-white wove paper mounted on hardboard
7⅝ × 6 11/16 inches (19.4 × 15.7 cm)
Georgia Museum of Art, Flniversity of Georgia, Athens. Eva Flnderhill Holbrook Memorial Collection of American Art, Gift of Alfred H. Holbrook, GMOA 1945.50
The Trysting Place, 1875
Watercolor and gouache over traces of pastel and graphite on cream wove paper
12 × 8 1/16 inches (30.5 × 20.5 cm)
Princeton University Library, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Division of Graphic Arts, Princeton, New Jersey. Gift of the Estate of Laurence Hutton, 1913
Young Woman Sewing, 1876
Watercolor over graphite on wove paper
9¾ × 7⅞ inches (24.8 × 20 cm)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Corcoran Collection (Bequest of James Parmelee), 2014.79.40
Resting Shepherdess, 1877
Painted and glazed ceramic tiles
8 × 16 inches (20.3 × 40.6 cm)
The Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, New York.
Partial Gift of Karen H. Bechtel in memory of Ronald G.
Pisano and Partial Museum Purchase with funds from the Acquisition Fund, the Eva Gatling Fund, and the Baker/Pisano Fund, 2005.2
Apple Picking, 1878
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over graphite on paper, mounted on board
7 × 8⅜ inches (17.8 × 21.3 cm)
Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago. Daniel J. Terra Collection, 1992.7 (on deposit at the Art Institute of Chicago, 152.2005)
Fresh Air, 1878
Watercolor heightened with white opaque watercolor, with selectively applied glaze, over charcoal on moderately thick, rough-textured wove paper
20 1/16 × 14 inches (51 × 35.6 cm)
Brooklyn Museum. Dick S. Ramsay Fund, 41.1087
Gloucester Sunset, 1880
Watercolor on paper
9½ × 13½ inches (24.1 × 34.3 cm)
Collection of Linda H. Kaufman
Two Sailboats, 1880
Watercolor, opaque watercolor, and graphite, with scraping, on wove paper
8¼ ×16 11/16 inches (21 × 42.4 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. George Woodward, 1939-7-11
Inside the Bar, 1883
Watercolor and graphite on white wove paper
16 × 29 inches (40.6 × 73.7 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Louise Ryals Arkell, in memory of her husband, Bartlett Arkell, 1954 (54.183)
A Garden in Nassau, 1885
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over graphite, with blotting and scraping, on textured wove paper
14½ × 21 inches (36.8 × 53.3 cm)
Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago. Daniel J. Terra Collection, 1994.10
Building a Smudge, 1891
Watercolor over graphite, with scraping, on wove paper
13¾ × 20 9/16 inches (34.9 × 52.2 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. 125th Anniversary
Acquisition, Gift of Ann R. Stokes, 2002-10-1
Guide Carrying a Deer, 1891
Watercolor over graphite pencil on wove paper
14 × 20⅛ inches (35.6 × 51 cm)
Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine. Bequest of Charles Shipman Payson, 1988.55.10
A Huntsman and Dogs, 1891
Oil on canvas
28⅛ × 48 inches (71.4 × 121.9 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. The William L. Elkins Collection, E1924-3-8
Boy Fishing, 1892
Watercolor and graphite on paper
14⅜ × 21 inches (37.1 × 53.3 cm)
San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, Texas.
Purchased with funds provided by the Robert J. Kleberg, Jr., and Helen C. Kleberg Foundation and Friends of the San Antonio Museum Association, 86.130
Old Friends, 1894
Watercolor over graphite on wove paper
21½ × 15⅛ inches (54.6 × 38.4 cm)
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts. Museum purchase, 1908.3
Prout’s Neck Surf, 1894
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over traces of graphite, with scraping, on wove paper
14 × 21 7/16 inches (35.6 × 54.5 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. George Woodward, 1939-7-6
The Water Fan, 1 898–99
Watercolor, with blotting and touches of scraping, over graphite, on thick, rough-textured wove paper
14¾ × 21 inches (37.4 × 53.4 cm)
The Art Institute of Chicago. Gift of Dorothy A., John A., Jr., and Christopher Holabird in memory of William and Mary Holabird, 1972.190
After the Hurricane, Bahamas, 1899
Watercolor, with touches of opaque watercolor, rewetting, blotting, and scraping, over graphite, on moderately thick, moderately textured wove paper
14 15/16 × 21⅜ inches (38 × 54.3 cm)
The Art Institute of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Ryerson Collection, 1933.1235
Bermuda, 1900
Watercolor and graphite on wove paper
14 × 21 1/16 inches (35.6 × 53.5 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. George Woodward, 1939-7-1
Fishing Boats, Key West, 1903
Watercolor and graphite on white wove paper
13 15/16 × 2.1¾ inches (35.4 × 55.2 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Amelia B. Lazarus Fund, 1910 (10.228.1)
Black Bass, 1904
Watercolor and graphite on paper
13¾ × 19⅝ inches (34.9 × 49.8 cm)
Private collection
Diamond Shoal, 1905
Watercolor and graphite on paper
13⅞ × 21¾ inches (35.5 × 55.2 cm)
Private collection
After Winslow Homer (1836–1910)
Gloucester Harbor, 1873
Wood engraving, published in Harper’s Weekly, September 27, 1873, p. 844
9¼ × 14 inches (23.5 × 35.6 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with the Thomas Skelton Harrison Fund, 1941-53-105
Edward Hopper (1882–1967)
Haskell’s House, 1924
Watercolor over graphite on paper board
13½ ×19½ inches (34.3 × 49.5 cm)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Gift of Herbert A. Goldstone, 1996.130.2
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George Inness (1825–1894)
The Dolomites, c. 1873
Watercolor, gouache, and graphite on paper
97 1/16 × 11¾A inches (23 × 29.8 cm)
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut. Gift of Philip L. Goodwin, 1930.8
The River Bank, c. 1880–83
Watercolor, graphite, and gouache on paper
13⅜ × 19¼ inches (34 × 48.9 cm)
Arkell Hall Foundation Collection, Canajoharie, New York
Old Apple Trees, c. 1880–85
Transparent and opaque watercolor on paper
10 1/16 × 13 inches (25.4 × 33 cm)
Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas. Purchase with funds provided by the Council of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, 1991.15
Maud Briggs Knowlton (1870–1956)
Design for a Plate, 1903
Watercolor on paper
Image 8⅝ × 8⅝ inches (21.9 × 21.9 cm)
Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire.
Bequest of the Artist, 1956.6.11
Attributed to Sarah Kriebel (1828–1908)
Drawing of a vase with bird and flowers for Naomi Schultz, 1852
Watercolor and ink on wove paper
13½ × 15½ inches (34.3 × 39.4 cm)
Joan and Victor Johnson Collection (no. 1095)
John La Farge (1835–1910)
Trionfo d’Amore, c. 1866–79
Graphite and gray, white, brown, and ivory wash on a prepared uncut woodblock
5⅞ × 3⅝ inches (15.0 × 9.2 cm)
Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey.
Gift of Frank Jewett Mather Jr., 1943–241
Wild Roses and Water Lily—Study of Sunlight, c. 1883
Watercolor on paper
10⅝ × 8⅞ inches (27 × 22.5 cm)
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas, 2005.14
Sunrise in Fog over Kyoto, 1886
Watercolor and graphite on paper
7⅛ × 11¾ inches (18.1 × 29.8 cm)
Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire.
Gift of Clement C. Houghton, 1948.5
Peonies in the Wind, c. 1889 / reworked by 1908
Leaded glass with copper foil
56 × 26 inches (142.2 × 66 cm)
Seattle Art Museum. Acquired with donations from the Kreielsheimer Foundation, Ann and Tom Barwick, The Virginia Wright Fund, Ann H. and John H. Hauberg, The Margaret E. Fuller Purchase Fund, and the American Art Purchase Fund, 87.143
Peonies in a Breeze, 1890
Watercolor and gouache on paper
37 × 20½ inches (94 × 52.1 cm)
Courtesy Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas
Waimea [Hawaii], Sept. 22, 2 P.M., 1890, 1890
Watercolor and gouache on wove paper
7 15/16 × 10 11/16 inches (20.2 × 27.2 cm)
Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey. Gift of Samuel M. Hamill, Jr., Class of i960, in honor of John Wilmerding, Christopher B. Sarofim Class of ’86 Professor of American Art, 2005–1
A Bridle Path in Tahiti, c. 1900
Opaque watercolor and watercolor over graphite on wove paper mounted on cardboard
18⅞ × 20⅜ inches (48 × 51.8 cm)
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Gift of Edward D. Bettens to the Louise E. Bettens Fund, 1917.4
William Langson Lathrop (1859–1938)
Twilight in Connecticut (Country Road near Solebury), c. 1896
Watercolor on paper
14 × 16 inches (35.6 × 40.6 cm) (in frame)
Collection of the Mercer Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
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Description: Trompe l'oeil by Latrobe, John H.B.
John H. B. Latrobe (1803–1891)
Trompe l'oeil, c. 1827
Watercolor, graphite, pen and black ink, with scraping, on wove paper
6⅝ × 8⅞ inches (16.8 × 22.5 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of the McNeil Americana Collection, 2009-218-3
George Benjamin Luks (1867–1933)
Wooded Landscape with Pond, c. 1925–31
Watercolor on cream wove paper
14¾ × 19¾ inches (37.5 × 50.2 cm)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. Gift of Donald and Willi Holden, in memory of Rie Yarnell, 1980.23
Stanton MacDonald-Wright (1890–1973)
Generation, 1914
Watercolor and ink over graphite on wove paper
19⅜ × 12 7/16 inches (49.2 × 31.6 cm)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Eugene L. and Marie-Louise Garbaty Fund, 1998.140.1
Man Ray (1890–1976)
Interior, 1915
Watercolor, opaque watercolor, and pen and black ink, over graphite, with applied paper coated with silver metallic foil, on laid paper
23 15/16 × 17 7/16 inches (60.8 × 44.3 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. A. E. Gallatin Collection, 1946-70-16
John Marin (1870–1953)
The Red Sun, Brooklyn Bridge, 1922
Watercolor with opaque watercolor, scraping, and wiping, and fabricated charcoal with stumping, on thick, rough-textured wove paper (all edges trimmed)
21 5/16 × 26 1/16 inches (54.2 × 66.5 cm)
The Art Institute of Chicago. Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949.561R
Near Calais, Maine, from a sketchbook (p. 3), 1951
Watercolor and graphite on wove paper, spiralbound “Fa-vo-rite” notebook 11 × 13⅞ inches (27.9 × 35.2 cm)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Gift of Norma B. Marin, in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the National Gallery of Art, 1991.49.1.C
Henry McCarter (1864–1942)
Yearly Tribute to the King of Tara, c. 1906
Gouache, graphite, and chalk on pulpboard
26¾ × 33¼ inches (67.9 × 84.5 cm)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia.
Gift of Beauveau Borie, 1944.12
Alfred Jacob Miller (1810–1874)
Fort Laramie, Wyoming, 1837
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over graphite, with selectively applied glaze and cut applied paper, on Bristol board
7⅝ × 12 inches (19.4 × 30.5 cm)
The Dietrich American Foundation
William Rickarby Miller (born England, 1818–1893)
Catskill Clove in Palingsville, 1856
Watercolor, opaque watercolor, and graphite on light green wove paper
19⅞ × 14 1/16 inches (50.5 × 35.7 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. A. M. Miller, 1893 (93.24.4)
Charles Herbert Moore (1840–1930)
Mount Washington, 1872
Watercolor and touches of graphite on cream wove paper
6 5/16 × 9 1/16 inches (16 × 23 cm)
Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey.
Gift of Miss Elizabeth Huntington Moore, the artist’s daughter, presented by Mrs. Frank Jewett Mather Jr., ×1955–69
Thomas Moran (born England, 1837–1926)
Ruins on the Nile, 1858
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over graphite, with selectively applied glaze, on wove paper
20 15/16 × 16½ inches (53.2 × 41.9 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. The W. P. Wilstach Collection, bequest of Anna H. Wilstach, W1893-1-148
Big Springs in Yellowstone Bark, 1872
Watercolor and opaque watercolor on paper
9¼ × 19¼ inches (23.5 × 48.9 cm)
Private collection
From Hurricane Hill, Rio Virgin Chasm, July 27th, 1873, from Sketchbook of Plateau Country (Utah), 1873
Watercolor and graphite on paper
4⅛ × 8⅛ inches (10.5 × 20.7 cm)
National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park, Gardiner, Montana (YELL 23063)
The Upper End of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Wasatch Range, near Ogden, Utah, August 13, 1879, 1879
Brush and watercolor, white gouache, and graphite on gray laid paper
10 3/16 × 14⅝ inches (25.8 × 37.1 cm)
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York.
Gift of Thomas Moran, 1917-17-79
Mountain of the Holy Cross, 1890
Watercolor and gouache over graphite on paper
17 13/16 × 12⅜ inches (45.2 × 31.5 cm)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Avalon Fund, Florian Carr Fund, Barbara and Jack Kay Fund, Gift of Max and Heidi Berry and Veverka Family Foundation Fund, 2012.28.1
Henry Roderick Newman (1843–1917)
Anemones, 1876
Watercolor heightened with gum glaze over graphite on paper
18 × 11¾ inches (45.7 × 29.8 cm)
Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas. Purchase with funds provided by Ruth Carter Stevenson, 1985.281
Grapes and Olives, 1878
Watercolor with selectively applied glaze over graphite pencil on moderately thick rough-textured wove paper
26 × 18 13/16 inches (66 × 47.8 cm)
Brooklyn Museum. Purchased with funds given by Sol Schreiber in memory of Rose Schreiber, and with funds given by Joanne and Eugene Witty, Dick S. Ramsay Fund and Designated Purchase Fund, 1996.90.2
Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy, 1884
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over graphite on wove paper
25½ × 30⅞ inches (64.8 × 78.5 cm)
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Transfer from the Fine Arts Department, Harvard University, 1926.33.177
Philae, 1900
Watercolor over graphite on wove paper
26⅛ × 17 inches (66.4 × 43.2 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with the Center for American Art Fund, 2016-152-1
Agnes F. Northrop (1857–1953), for Tiffany Studios (1902–1932)
Design for Window for Sarah Cochran, Linden Hall, Dawson, Pennsylvania, c. 1913
Watercolor, opaque watercolor, and graphite on wove paper mounted on original gray mat board
13¼ × 7⅞ inches (33.7 × 20 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Walter Hoving and Julia T. Weld Gifts and Dodge Fund, 1967 (67.654.229)
Georgia O’Keeffe (1887–1986)
Evening Star, No. 11, 1917
Watercolor on paper
8¾ × 12 inches (22.2 × 30.5 cm)
Courtesy Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas
Evening Star, No. VII, 1917
Watercolor on paper
8⅞ × 12 inches (22.5 × 30.5 cm)
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Gift of The Burnett Foundation, 1997.06.33
Violet Oakley (1874–1961)
Study for “Divine Law” Mural at the Pennsylvania State Capitol, Harrisburg, c. 1917
Opaque watercolor, oil paint, gold leaf over bole, pen and black ink, and graphite on illustration board 20½ × 20½ inches (52.1 × 52.1 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with the Director’s Discretionary Fund, 1976–21 1–1
Frances Flora Bond Palmer (born England, 1812–1876)
The Mississippi in Time of War, 1862
Opaque watercolor and colored crayons over graphite on gray wove paper
18 1/16 × 28⅞ inches (45.9 × 71.4 cm)
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Gift of Maxim Karolik for the M. and M. Karolik Collection of American Watercolors and Drawings, 1800–1875 (53.2450)
Walter Launt Palmer (1854–1932)
Road to Olana, 1888
Watercolor and gouache on paper
13¼ × 17¼ inches (33.7 × 43.8 cm)
Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany, New York. Gift of the estate of Miss Evelyn Newman, 1964.31.40
Maxfield Parrish (1870–1966)
Old King Cole (Triptych), 1894
India ink, watercolor, oil, tempera, and collage on tan paper
20¼ × 42 inches (51.4 × 106.7 cm)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia.
Henry D. Gilpin Fund, i895.4a–c
Robert J. Pattison (1838–1903)
Mountain View, 1862
Watercolor with graphite and touches of gouache and scraping on paper
20 13/16 × 29 13/16 inches (52.8 × 75.8 cm)
The Cleveland Museum of Art. Dudley P. Allen Fund, 2016.6
Enoch Wood Perry (1831–1915)
A Month’s Darning, 1876
Watercolor and opaque watercolor, with selectively applied gum, on white wove paper
20 × 15¾ inches (50.8 × 40 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand H. Davis, 1966 (66.240)
Jane Peterson (1876–1965)
The Pier, Edgartown, c. 1915
Gouache and charcoal on paper
17 × 23¼ inches (43.2 × 59.1 cm)
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Atwood
Maurice Prendergast (1858–1924)
St. Mark’s Square, Venice (The Clock Tower), c. 1898–99
Watercolor and graphite on paper
23⅞ × 6⅛ inches (60.6 × 15.6 cm)
Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine. Museum Purchase, 44.316
Splash of Sunshine and Rain (Piazza San Marco, Venice), 1899
Watercolor and graphite on paper
19⅜ × 14¼ inches (49.2 × 36.2 cm)
Private collection
Umbrellas in the Rain, 1899
Watercolor over graphite pencil on paper
13 15/16 × 20⅞ inches (35.4 × 53 cm)
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The Hayden Collection—Charles Henry Hayden Fund, 59.57
West Church, Boston, c. 1900–1901
Watercolor and graphite on paper
22¼ × 15¼ inches (56.5 × 38.7 cm)
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Klein
In the Luxembourg Gardens, 1907
Oil on panel
10¾ × 13¾ inches (27.3 × 34.9 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Eugene and Marie-Louise Jackson, 2014-176-3
Bathers, New England, c. 1916–19
Watercolor and pastel with graphite on heavy wove paper
15¾ × 22 7/16 inches (40 × 57 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. 125th Anniversary Acquisition, Gift of C. K. Williams II, 2003-63-2
Figures on a Coast, from The Dells Sketchbook, c. 1919–21
Watercolor and graphite on paper
Double-page spread 7 13/16 × 10¼ inches (20 × 26 cm)
The Cleveland Museum of Art. Gift of Mrs. Charles E. Prendergast, 1951.425.ss
William Trost Richards (1833–1905)
Red Clover with Butter-and-Eggs and Ground Ivy, 1860
Watercolor with selectively applied glaze over graphite on wove paper
6¾ × 5 5/16 inches (17.2 × 13.5 cm)
The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore. Acquired by William T. Walters, before 1862 (37.1564)
A High Tide at Atlantic City, 1873
Opaque watercolor with touches of translucent watercolor on moderately thick, moderately textured wove paper
8 7/16 × 13 15/16 inches (21.4 × 35.4 cm)
Brooklyn Museum. Purchased with funds given by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Milberg, 86.142
Lake Squam from Red Hill, 1874
Watercolor, opaque watercolor, and graphite on light graygreen wove paper
8 7/8 × 13 9/16 inches (22.5 × 34.4 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of The Reverend E. L. Magoon, D.D., 1880 (80.1.6)
A Rocky Coast, 1877
Watercolor and opaque watercolor on fibrous brown wove paper
28⅛ × 36¾ inches (71.4 × 92.1 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887 (87.15.6)
Ellen Robbins (1828–1905)
Sumac, from Autumnal Leaves, a volume of eighteen original watercolors, 1868
Watercolor on paper
19 3/16 × 15¾ inches (48.8 × 40 cm)
Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe, Illinois. Lenhardt Library, Rare Book Collection
Autumn Leaves, c. 1870
Watercolor with selectively applied glaze over graphite on wove paper
21 7/16 × 29 9/16 inches (54.5 × 75.1 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with the American Art Revolving Fund, 2016-152-2
Climbing White Roses a Plein Air, 1888
Watercolor on paper
25 × 21 inches (63.5 × 53.3 cm)
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Klein
Theodore Robinson (1852–1896)
Decorative Head, 1889
Watercolor with touches of opaque watercolor and traces of black chalk, squared in black chalk, on medium-weight, rough-textured wove paper
13¾ × 9 13/16 inches (34.9 × 24.9 cm)
Brooklyn Museum. Dick S. Ramsay Fund, 39.60
Charles Marion Russell (1864–1926)
Christmas Dinner for the Men on the Trail, 1905
Opaque and transparent watercolor over graphite underdrawing on paper
16 × 22¾ inches (40.6 × 57.8 cm)
Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas.
Amon G. Carter Collection, 1961.100
John Singer Sargent (born Italy, 1856–1925)
Incensing the Veil, c. 1880
Watercolor and graphite on paper
11 13/16 × 7⅞ inches (30 × 20 cm)
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, P3W33
Gondoliers’ Siesta, 1902–3
Watercolor over pen and ink on paper
14 × 20 inches (35.6 × 50.8 cm)
Private collection
A Venetian Trattoria (Venetian Interior), c. 1902–3
Watercolor and white opaque watercolor over graphite on wove paper
9 13/16 × 13⅞ inches (24.9 × 35.2 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. John G. Johnson Collection, 1917 (cat. 1079)
Group (Siesta in a Swiss Wood), c. 1904–5
Watercolor over graphite, with scratching out, on paper
13¾ × 19¾ inches (34.9 × 50.2 cm)
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Klein
Group with Parasols (A Siesta), 1904–5
Oil on canvas
21¾ × 27⅞ inches (55.3 × 70.8 cm)
Private collection
Ships at Palma (Yachts at Anchor, Palma de Majorca), probably 1908
Watercolor and graphite on paper
12 × 18 inches (30.5 × 45.7 cm)
Seattle Art Museum. Partial and promised gift from a private collection, 2005.164
Escutcheon of Charles V of Spain, 1912
Watercolor and graphite on white wove paper
12 × 18 inches (30.5 × 45.7 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1915 (15.142.11)
Spanish Fountain, 1912
Watercolor and graphite on white wove paper
21 × 13¾ inches (53.3 × 34.9 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1915 (15.142.6)
Man Fishing, 1914
Watercolor over graphite on paper
13¾ × 21 inches (34.9 × 53.3 cm)
Courtesy Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas
A Tent in the Rockies, 1916
Watercolor and graphite on paper
15 7/16 × 20’ 15/16 inches (39.2 × 53.2 cm)
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, P3W17
The Bathers, 1917
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over graphite on wove paper
15 13/16 × 20⅞ inches (40.1 × 53 cm)
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts. Sustaining Membership Fund, 1917.91
Muddy Alligators, 1917
Watercolor over graphite, with masking out and scraping, on wove paper
13 9/16 × 20⅞ inches (34.4 × 53 cm)
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Sustaining Membership Fund, 1917.86
Alice Schille (1869–1955)
Bow Sprit, c. 1916–18
Watercolor on paper
13¾ × 16½ inches (33.7 × 41.9 cm)
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Schmidt III
Charles Sheeler (1883–1965)
Tulips—Suspended Forms, 1922
Tempera and conte crayon on paper
20 × 15½ inches (50.8 × 39.4 cm)
Private collection
George Henry Smillie (1840–1921)
Coastal Scene, New York, 1885
Watercolor and graphite on paper
25 × 39 inches (63.5 × 99.1 cm)
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas, 2007.17
James David Smillie (1833–1909)
On the Ausable, 1869
Watercolor and opaque watercolor on green-gray wove paper
9½ × 12⅞ inches (24.1 × 32.7 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Mr. and Mrs. J. William Middendorf II Gift, 1967 (67.274)
F. Hopkinson Smith (1838–1915)
Summer Afternoon, Inn of William the Conqueror, c. 1905
Opaque watercolor, charcoal, and graphite on laid paper mounted on board
22⅞ × 35 13/16 inches (58.1 × 91 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with the Center for American Art Fund, 2016-81-1
Jessie Willcox Smith (1863–1935)
Cover Illustration for “A Child’s Book of Old Verses,” c. 1910
Watercolor, opaque watercolor, and gold metallic paint over charcoal, with selectively applied varnish, on illustration board
17 7/16 × 12¼ inches (44.3 × 31.1 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of the Philadelphia Water Color Club, 1941-99-106
Gerald H. Thayer (1883–1935), with Emma Beach Thayer (1850–1924) and Abbott H. Thayer (1849–1921)
Cotton-Tail Rabbit among Dry Grasses and Leaves, 1904
Opaque watercolor with touches of translucent watercolor and graphite on smooth-textured paper-surfaced pulpboard
18¾ × 19½ inches (47.6 × 49.5 cm)
Brooklyn Museum. Gift of Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney, 20.645
Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933)
Algerian Shops, c. 1872–87
Opaque watercolor with brush and ink and red chalk on board
21 3/16 × 31× inches (53.8 × 79.2 cm)
The Baltimore Museum of Art. Fanny B. Thalheimer Memorial Fund, 1973.14
Caroline Townsend (1854–1889)
Lotus-Flower Design, c. 1885
Watercolor on paper
18 × 18 inches (45.7 × 45.7 cm)
Private collection
Captain Joshua Rowley Watson (British, 1772–1818)
The Lower Bridge on Schuylkill at Gray’s Ferry 5 [. . .]ber 1816
Bound sketchbook with ninety drawings in pen and brush and black and brown inks, watercolor, and graphite on handmade wove paper
10½ × 5⅜ inches (26.7 × 13.7 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of The Barra Foundation, Inc., 2007-2-1
Max Weber (born Poland, 1881–1961)
Nude Woman in Landscape, 1910
Gouache on paper
24¾ × 19 inches (62.9 × 48.3 cm)
Collection of Meredith and Cornelia Long
Julian Alden Weir (1852–1919)
Roses, 1886
Watercolor and gouache on paper
18 × 14 inches (45.7 × 35.6 cm)
Collection of Marsha and Richard Rothman
James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903)
Green and Silver—The Three Clouds, 1888
Watercolor on linen
8 11/16 × 5 5/16 inches (22 × 13.5 cm)
Thomas Colville Fine Art, LLC, New York
Peter Bon nett Wight (1838–1925)
National Academy of Design: Elevation of the Proposed Stenciling for the Central Stairwell of the “N.Y. Academy of Design,” 1868
Opaque watercolor on paper
19⅞ × 14 inches (50.5 × 35.6 cm)
The Art Institute of Chicago. Gift of Peter Bonnett Wight, 1991 (1992.81.7)
Irving Ramsey Wiles (1861–1948)
The Green Cushion, c. 1895
Watercolor and opaque watercolor over graphite on white paper
22 × 28 inches (55.9 × 71.1 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Partial and Promised Gift of Ann M. and Thomas W. Barwick, and Purchase, Ann M. and Thomas W. Barwick Gift, 1994.76
Frederick Wilson (1858–1932), for Tiffany Studios (1902–1932)
Design for a Triple Lancet Window, late nineteenth–early twentieth century
Watercolor, opaque watercolor, pen and red and black ink, and graphite on paper, mounted on board within original double mat
25⅝ × 20 ⅞ inches (65.1 × 53 cm)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Walter Hoving and Julia T. Weld Gifts and Dodge Fund, 1967 (67.654.441)
Thomas Waterman Wood (1823–1903)
Arguing the Question, 1877
Gouache, watercolor, and graphite on paper laid down on canvas
22 3/16 × 28 1/16 inches (56.4 × 71.6 cm)
Private collection
Charles Herbert Woodbury (1864–1940)
Marine, c. 1910
Watercolor and gouache on off-white wove paper
16 11/16 × 26 7/16 inches (42.4 × 67.2 cm)
Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine. Bequest of Miss Elizabeth H. Pennell, 1914.2
Unknown artist (American, early nineteenth century)
The Wedding, c. 1805–9
Watercolor on paper
14½ × 19⅞ inches (36.8 × 50.5 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Collection of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch, 1967-268-4
Artists’ Materials
Waring & Dimes (British, 1840–1842)
Watercolor box belonging to Thomas Eakins, c. 1850–80
Watercolor pigments and wood box
3 × 12 × 7 inches (7.6 × 30.5 × 17.8 cm)
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Archives, Philadelphia
Winsor & Newton (British, founded 1832)
Watercolor box belonging to Winslow Homer, c. 1900–1910
Watercolor pigments and metal box
8⅛ × 8¼ inches (20.6 × 21 cm) (open)
Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine.
Gift of the Homer family, 1964.69.191
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Description: Watercolor brushes used by Winslow Homer by Unknown
Watercolor brushes used by Winslow Homer, before 1910
Sable brushes with quill handles
8¼ × ½ inches (21 × 1.3 cm)
Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine.
Gift of the Homer family, 1964.69.193.3.a–.b
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Description: Watercolor brushes and scraper used by John Singer Sargent by Unknown
Watercolor brushes and scraper used by John Singer Sargent, c. 1900–1925
Camel, sable, and badger hair brushes with wood handles; metal scraper
Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Edward W. Forbes Collection of Artists’ Materials
Watercolor tubes used by John Singer Sargent, c. 1900–1925
Moist colors in metal tubes
Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Edward W. Forbes Collection of Artists’ Materials
Not Illustrated in Catalogue
Rookwood Pottery (1880–1960)
Plate, 1880
Glazed stoneware (Ivory/Cameo glaze line)
Diam. 8¾ inches (22.2 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Mrs. James Cameron Bleloch, 1976-104-1
Rookwood Pottery (1880–1960)
Pitcher, 1881
Glazed stoneware (Fimoges glaze line)
Height 6⅞ inches (17.5 cm); diam. 5 inches (12.7 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with the Baugh-Barber Fund, 1976-108-7
Thomas Tucker (1812–1890)
Illustrated Page from “China Factory Pattern Book,” 1832–38
Watercolor and ink on beige paper
10 × 15½ inches (25.4 × 39.4 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Bequest of Anne Tucker Earp, 1974-114-1(33a,b)
Charles Volkmar, Jr. (1841–1914)
Three-Handled Cup, 1896
White ware with blue glaze decoration
Height 6¼ inches (15.9 cm); diam. 6¼ inches (15.9 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Purchased with the Baugh-Barber Fund, 1976-108-6
Written by William Thompson Walters (1819–1894)
Oriental Ceramic Art, 1897
Book with lithographs
23 × 17 inches (58.4 × 43.2 cm)
Philadelphia Museum of Art Library
Checklist of the Exhibition
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