Image from page 171 of “Illustrated catalogue of the valuable paintings and other art property recently contained in the William Schaus Art Galleries, Fifth Avenue, New York” (1912)
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Title: Illustrated catalogue of the valuable paintings and other art property recently contained in the William Schaus Art Galleries, Fifth Avenue, New York
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: American Art Association
Subjects: Schaus, William Schaus, Hermann William Schaus Art Galleries
Publisher: New York : American Art Association
Contributing Library: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
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JOHANNES HEND1UK WEISSENBRUCH No. 294- iioi.LAXD (1824-1903) OX THE SHORE Height. 40 inches; length, 50% inches Some little way back at the right the foreground of buff-drab sand is cut intoby a pool of shallow water. On the far side of it a drabish-brown two-wheeled cart, with a white horse in the shafts, is drawn up alongside a fishingboat, which shows a pale green gunwale over her yellowish-olive hull. Herboom is lowered and the brown-amber sail reefed to it. A brown vane-bagflutters from her masthead. The sky is stirred with wind and threateningstorm; the gray of the horizon being piled with blusters of creamy buff,opening to a flare of cream. Signed and dated at lli< lower right, J. H. Weissehbruch, 20 Oct., 1901.
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No. 295 JOSEF ISRAELS HOLLAND (1824-1911) DOMESTIC TROUBLE Height, 38y„ inches; length, 52 inches A young wife sits disconsolately before a tireless hearth at the left of theforeground, while in the rear of the kitchen at the right her husband is drinkingand playing cards with two cronies. She leans her face against her left hand,while tht right, with a knife in it, lies on the potatoes in a green earthenwarepan on her lap. She has an air of extreme orderliness and much refinement.A brown cloth protects her scarlet apron and drab skirt. Her bodice is madeof pretty material, with broad stripes of rosy cream and blue, and her daintycap of white lawn with a net border, edged with lace, shows at the neck afringe of soft blond hair. The light plays over the sad expression of her fresh-colored face. The husband is dressed in fishermans clothes: blue woollen capand a brown blouse oxer a scarlet Jersey. Signed << ha Hois Collection, Amsterd
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