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"Japanese Inro- Wood, Inlaid with Mother of Pearl," John La Farge, watercolor and pencil on paper, 6 x 6", private collection.

"Japanese Inro- Wood, Inlaid with Mother of Pearl," John La Farge, watercolor and pencil on paper, 6 x private collection.

Peacocks and Peonies II by John La Farge, 1882, Smithsonian American Art Museum. The central image was influenced by Japanese screens, while the lower section is from a Pompeiian wall painting and the upper portion is like a Romanesque arch. This window shows the revitalization of stained glass in the American Renaissance.

Peacocks and Peonies II, 1882 (John La Farge, ~ Smithsonian American Art Museum

"Portrait of the Painter," John La Farge, 1859, oil on wood panel, 16 1/16 x 11 1/2", Metropolitan Museum of Art.

"The artist portrays himself as a landscapist ready to embark on a painting expedition." -- Metropolitan Museum of Art / Portrait of the Painter / John La Farge / 1859

Flowers in a Japanese Vase - John La Farge - The Athenaeum

soyouthinkyoucansee: “ Stil-life with flowers John LaFarge (March 1835 – November 1910 ”

John La Farge (1835 –1910) was an American painter, muralist, stained glass window maker, decorator, and writer.  He was a pioneer in the study of Japanese art, the influence of which is seen in his work. During his life, La Farge maintained a studio at 51 West 10th Street in Greenwich Village. (Wikipedia) (“Magnolia” by John La Farge) #art #artists #stilllife

"Magnolia," John La Farge, oil on panel, 16 x Berkshire Museum.

The Athenaeum - FARGE, John La American Tonalist (1835-1910)_ Camellias and Roses in Japanese Vase of Earthenware with Crackle 1879

"Japanese Crackle Pottery with Camellias," John La Farge, watercolor on paper, 16 x 17 Rhode Island School of Design Museum.

The Dawn: John La Farge, 1835 - 1910

John La Farge [American Tonalist Painter, The Dawn 1899 oil on canvas Fogg Museum of Art - University of Harvard, Cambridge, Ma (United States)