In the Golden Days, by John Melhuish Strudwick, 1907 John Melhuish Strudwick (British, 1849 – 1937) created this beautiful work in 1907. Related Posts Fruit Still Life with a Nautilus Chalice, by Joris van Son, 1654 Nature Morte en Trompe L’Oeil aux Instruments de Musique et au Livret de Castor et Pollux de Rameau, by Nicolas-Henry Jeaurat de Bertry A Trompe L’Oeil with Magnifying Glass, Butterflies, Cartographic Instruments, a Map, and Prints From Nature in the Garden, by Rubens Peale, 1856 Bouquet de Glaieuls, Lis et Marguerites, by Claude Monet, 1878 Autumn Leaves, by Ellen Robbins, circa 1870 Still Life with Roses, Tulips, and Imperial Fritillary, by Anton Weiss, 1840 On the Path, by Charles Sprague Pearce Flowers in a Rococo Vase, by Paul Cézanne, circa 1876 The Harbor at Lorient, by Berthe Morisot, 1869 Bouquet of Flowers in a Glass Vase, by Ambrosius Bosschaert, 1621 River Landscape, by Jan Brueghel the Elder, 1607 Maple Viewing at Takao, by Kano Hideyori, mid-16th century Flower Still Life with Bird’s Nest, by Severin Roesen, 1853 The Bell! (Die Glocke!), by Paul Klee, 1919 Z IV, by László Moholy-Nagy, 1923 A Market at Dusk, by Petrus van Schendel Industrielandschaft, by Franz Sedlacek, 1934 Landscape with Snow ( Paysage Enneigé ), by Vincent Van Gogh, 1888 An East Indiaman in a Storm off Eddystone Lighthouse, by William John Huggins Moonlit Scene with an Indiaman and other Merchant Shipping off a Fortified Town, Circle of Peter Monamy Elizabeth I when a Princess, Attributed to William Scrots, circa 1546 Atlantic Coast, by William Trost Richards, 1898 A Small Dutch Vessel Close-Hauled in a Strong Breeze, by Willem van de Velde, the Younger, circa 1672 Tristran and Isolde, by John William Waterhouse, 1916 Self Portrait with Her Daughter, Julie, by Élisabeth Louise Vigée-Le Brun, 1786 The Concord Meadow, by Childe Hassam, circa 1891 Ebbing Tide, by William Trost Richards, 1891 Victoria Regina, by Henry Tanworth Wells, 1880 and 1887 Alice, a Portrait by Henry Tanworth Wells, 1877 by Laura Posted on December 2, 2014 Posted in Artwork, Big Picture | tagged art, fine art. The permalink.