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Ladies in the Garden by Frederick Frieseke

Frederick C. Frieseke. Garden in June, 1911

Frederick Frieseke (1874-1939) was born in Michigan, studied at The Art Institute of Chicago, then at the Art Students League in New York City. In 1898 he went to Paris to study at the Acadamie Julian.
In 1906 he and his wife settled in the art colony at Giverny, where Claude Monet also resided. There Frieseke rapidly developed a very original aesthetic.
His art has often been identified as "Decorative Impressionism".

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Frederick Frieseke. Sunbath

The Judas Tree

Lady in the Garden

Frederick Frieseke. Two Young Women in a Garden

Frederick Frieseke. The Garden Parasol

The Japanese Parasol

Frederick C. Frieseke. Lady in the Garden

Lady with a Parasol by Frederick Frieseke


In the Garden, 1910-12

Sewing in the Garden

Breakfast in the Garden

The Hammock

Woman in a Doorway

The Hour of Tea

Summer Reading

The Mother

In the Doorway (Good Morning)

The Green Chair


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    What great sharing. Very enjoyed and appreciated.

    1. Thank you Sharice for the sweet comment, "Ladies in the Garden" is one of my favorites. Happy you enjoy the blog.


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