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Samuel Jennings (active 1789-1834)Liberty Displaying the Arts and Sciences(1792)Location Library Company of Philadelphia
Claude Monet (1840 –1926)La Liseuse (Reading Woman) 1871The collector Raymond Koechlin left it tothe Louvre in 1931
Blaise Vlaho Bukovac (1855-1922)Lady reading
Blaise Vlaho Bukovac (1855 – 1922)Lady reading
Blaise Vlaho Bukovac (1855 – 1922)During reading
Blaise Vlaho Bukovac (1855 – 1922)A moment’s distraction
Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895)American Impressionist painterReading in The Valley of Arconville, c 1887
Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895)Nettie reading
Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895)Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery
In the Orchard 1895Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895)                                  Summer Hilside, Giverny
Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895)Self-portrait (c. 1884 – 1887)                                  Reading in the Lane c. 1893
Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)Girl Reading
Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)Reclining woman reading 1960Femme couchée lisant (Marie-Thérèse)
Charles Perugini (1839 – 1918)Victorian painter (and son-in-law of Charles Dickens)In the Orangery
Charles Perugini (1839 – 1918)Idle moments
Charles Perugini (1839 – 1918)The Rampants
Jean-Jacques Henner (1829 – 1905)La liseuseMusée d’Orsay Paris
Albert Ritzberger (1853 – 1915)A reclining woman reading
Albert Ritzberger (1853 – 1915)Sweet dreams
Alexander Deineka (1899 – 1969)Young Woman reading 1934          Gustav Adolph Henning (1797 – 1869)    Reading girl 1828 ...
Anastasia Vostrezova (born 1981)Boys portrait with Holy Bible
Arthur Gaskin (1862 – 1928)Annunciation
Anton Raphael Mengs (1728 – 1779)AnnunciationThe State Hermitage Museum Saint Petersburg, Russia
Irving Ramsey Wiles (1861 – 1948)
August Macke (1887 – 1914)Reading woman                             Oscar Bluhm (German, 1867 – 1912)                     ...
Helen M. Turner (American Impressionist Painter, 1858 – 1958)Alice In Wonderland                                          ...
Xue Yan Qun (born 1953)
Xue Yan Qun (born 1953)
Antique Style Chinese Woman Swinging and Book Reading
Igor Samsonov - Born in Voronezh, Russia, in 1963
Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702 – 1789)Marie-Adelaide of France Dressed in TurkishCostume 1753Uffizi Gallery
Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702 – 1789)"Portrait of Mlle Lavergne, the niece of the artist”Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702 – 1789)Ma...
Jacques-Louis David (1748 –1825)painted in 1821, Bonaparte Girls
Jacques-Louis David (1748 –1825)Marie-Josèphe Buron
Matthias Stom (1600–after 1652)Young man reading by candlelight
Quinten Massys (1466–1529)Portrait of a womanMetropolitan Museum of Art
Quinten Massys (1466–1529)Money-Changer and His Wife, 1514Musée du Louvre, Paris
Stanislaw Debicki (1866 – 1924)Francis Coates Jones (1857 – 1932)
Willem Bastiaan Tholen (1860 – 1931)
Karin JurickAmerican self-taught artist
Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov-Belsky(Russian painter, 1868 – 1945)Reading in the Garden 1915
Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov-Belsky(1868 – 1945)
Nikolai Bogdanov -Belsky (1868 – 1945) Reading a letter-1892Albert Chevallier Tayler (1862 – 1925) Her Comfort, 1889
Frank Dicey (1838 – 1888)The Novel, A Lady in a Garden reading a book
Julius LeBlanc Stewart (1855 – 1919)Reading Aloud (Sarah Bernhardt and Christine Nilsson)
János Thorma (1870 – 1937)HungarianIn the Field
Jean Roux (1677 – 1734)Adolph Tidemand (1814 – 1876)Old Woman Reading
Jean Roux (1677 – 1734)Jean Roux (1677 – 1734)
Marianne Stokes (1855–1927)                   Marianne Stokes (1855–1927)Young Girl of Zsdjar in Sunday Clothes 1900   Can...
Jahaziel Minor (b.1985)ReadingSusan Ricker Knox (1874 – 1959) Reading in the Garden
Cowan Dobson (1992 – today )Teodor Axentowicz (1859 – 1936)
Jiang Guo Fang (born 1951)                             Jiang Guo Fang (born 1951)
Jiang Guo Fang (born 1951)                             Jiang Guo Fang (born 1951)
Henri Matisse (1869 – 1954)Still Life with Books and Candle, 1890
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  • Decorative lamp entitled "Reading Woman" 1793–1800 Sculptor: L.S. Boizot France, Sevres Porcelain Manufactory Hard-paste porcelain, glazed, painted, biscuit porcelain Copyright © 2011 State Hermitage Museum
  • This painting by Jacques-Louis David, painted in 1821, shows two Bonaparte princesses reading a stamp less folded letter from their father, Joseph Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon.  Was it written to them from New Jersey? Yes, it could well have been, as Joseph Bonaparte lived in New Jersey from 1817 to 1838, an exile from France after the defeat of his brother Napoleon at Waterloo.  Many exciting stories exist – about his arrival in this country under an fictitious name, slipping by two British frigates which might have claimed him as a prisoner, about his loyal secretary, returning to his estate in Switzerland to retrieve diamonds and other valuables buried on the grounds there, about the mansion on the 1,800 acre estate in New Jersey, on the cliff overlooking Crosswicks Creek and the Delaware, filled with paintings and sculptures, and a library larger than the Library of Congress at that time. Joseph Bonaparte came to this country without his family, leaving a wife and two daughters behind in Belgium.  His wife (for health reasons) was never able to come to the United States, but his daughters, Charlotte, and Zénaïde, did.  This painting was done shortly before Charlotte arrived in this country, and shows both girls reading a stampless folded letter which is presumed to have been from their father, as the words “Philadelphie” and “chères petites” are visible on the page.  He wrote in another letter from Point Breeze, in Bordentown, NJ, “I am writing from a room which is the most appealing in the house and perhaps of all the left bank of the Delaware. It has seven windows of which five are on the river.  Four times a day the steamboats stop below the windows – I hope that someday I will have the pleasure to be here with you.  Today I am alone.” (Stroud, The Man Who Had Been King , UPenn Press, Phila., 2005)
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    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1475925-reading1/
    2. 2. Samuel Jennings (active 1789-1834)Liberty Displaying the Arts and Sciences(1792)Location Library Company of Philadelphia
    3. 3. Claude Monet (1840 –1926)La Liseuse (Reading Woman) 1871The collector Raymond Koechlin left it tothe Louvre in 1931
    4. 4. Blaise Vlaho Bukovac (1855-1922)Lady reading
    5. 5. Blaise Vlaho Bukovac (1855 – 1922)Lady reading
    6. 6. Blaise Vlaho Bukovac (1855 – 1922)During reading
    7. 7. Blaise Vlaho Bukovac (1855 – 1922)A moment’s distraction
    8. 8. Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895)American Impressionist painterReading in The Valley of Arconville, c 1887
    9. 9. Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895)Nettie reading
    10. 10. Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895)Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery
    11. 11. In the Orchard 1895Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895) Summer Hilside, Giverny
    12. 12. Theodore Robinson (1852 – 1895)Self-portrait (c. 1884 – 1887) Reading in the Lane c. 1893
    13. 13. Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)Girl Reading
    14. 14. Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973)Reclining woman reading 1960Femme couchée lisant (Marie-Thérèse)
    15. 15. Charles Perugini (1839 – 1918)Victorian painter (and son-in-law of Charles Dickens)In the Orangery
    16. 16. Charles Perugini (1839 – 1918)Idle moments
    17. 17. Charles Perugini (1839 – 1918)The Rampants
    18. 18. Jean-Jacques Henner (1829 – 1905)La liseuseMusée d’Orsay Paris
    19. 19. Albert Ritzberger (1853 – 1915)A reclining woman reading
    20. 20. Albert Ritzberger (1853 – 1915)Sweet dreams
    21. 21. Alexander Deineka (1899 – 1969)Young Woman reading 1934 Gustav Adolph Henning (1797 – 1869) Reading girl 1828 Museum der Bildenden Künste, Leipzig
    22. 22. Anastasia Vostrezova (born 1981)Boys portrait with Holy Bible
    23. 23. Arthur Gaskin (1862 – 1928)Annunciation
    24. 24. Anton Raphael Mengs (1728 – 1779)AnnunciationThe State Hermitage Museum Saint Petersburg, Russia
    25. 25. Irving Ramsey Wiles (1861 – 1948)
    26. 26. August Macke (1887 – 1914)Reading woman Oscar Bluhm (German, 1867 – 1912) In the Pergola 1892
    27. 27. Helen M. Turner (American Impressionist Painter, 1858 – 1958)Alice In Wonderland Helen M. Turner (1858 – 1958)
    28. 28. Xue Yan Qun (born 1953)
    29. 29. Xue Yan Qun (born 1953)
    30. 30. Antique Style Chinese Woman Swinging and Book Reading
    31. 31. Igor Samsonov - Born in Voronezh, Russia, in 1963
    32. 32. Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702 – 1789)Marie-Adelaide of France Dressed in TurkishCostume 1753Uffizi Gallery
    33. 33. Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702 – 1789)"Portrait of Mlle Lavergne, the niece of the artist”Jean-Étienne Liotard (1702 – 1789)Madame Louise d’Epinay
    34. 34. Jacques-Louis David (1748 –1825)painted in 1821, Bonaparte Girls
    35. 35. Jacques-Louis David (1748 –1825)Marie-Josèphe Buron
    36. 36. Matthias Stom (1600–after 1652)Young man reading by candlelight
    37. 37. Quinten Massys (1466–1529)Portrait of a womanMetropolitan Museum of Art
    38. 38. Quinten Massys (1466–1529)Money-Changer and His Wife, 1514Musée du Louvre, Paris
    39. 39. Stanislaw Debicki (1866 – 1924)Francis Coates Jones (1857 – 1932)
    40. 40. Willem Bastiaan Tholen (1860 – 1931)
    41. 41. Karin JurickAmerican self-taught artist
    42. 42. Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov-Belsky(Russian painter, 1868 – 1945)Reading in the Garden 1915
    43. 43. Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov-Belsky(1868 – 1945)
    44. 44. Nikolai Bogdanov -Belsky (1868 – 1945) Reading a letter-1892Albert Chevallier Tayler (1862 – 1925) Her Comfort, 1889
    45. 45. Frank Dicey (1838 – 1888)The Novel, A Lady in a Garden reading a book
    46. 46. Julius LeBlanc Stewart (1855 – 1919)Reading Aloud (Sarah Bernhardt and Christine Nilsson)
    47. 47. János Thorma (1870 – 1937)HungarianIn the Field
    48. 48. Jean Roux (1677 – 1734)Adolph Tidemand (1814 – 1876)Old Woman Reading
    49. 49. Jean Roux (1677 – 1734)Jean Roux (1677 – 1734)
    50. 50. Marianne Stokes (1855–1927) Marianne Stokes (1855–1927)Young Girl of Zsdjar in Sunday Clothes 1900 Candlemas Day.Tate Britain london
    51. 51. Jahaziel Minor (b.1985)ReadingSusan Ricker Knox (1874 – 1959) Reading in the Garden
    52. 52. Cowan Dobson (1992 – today )Teodor Axentowicz (1859 – 1936)
    53. 53. Jiang Guo Fang (born 1951) Jiang Guo Fang (born 1951)
    54. 54. Jiang Guo Fang (born 1951) Jiang Guo Fang (born 1951)
    55. 55. Henri Matisse (1869 – 1954)Still Life with Books and Candle, 1890
    56. 56. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: James Galway - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Concert n.1 sol.K.313
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