Luther Emerson Van Gorder, American artist (1857-1931). Women and girls in the garden.

Japanese Lanterns. 1895.Collection of the Tweed Museum, University of Minnesota Duluth.
"In the Park" 1893.
“In the Park” 1893. Collection of the Worcester Art Museum. Public Domain. via .the-athenaeum.org
"In the Garden"
“In the Garden”. No date. via pinterest.com.
"Reading in the Garden"
“Reading in the Garden” Image via garden.oilflush.us
Young girl with paper lantern by Luther Emerson van Gorder (American, 1861 - 1931 detail from japanse lantrns. tweed museum of art u minnesota duluth painted in 1895. painter lived (Amer
“Japanese Lanterns” (detail). 1895. Detail of the first image. Collection of the Tweed Museum University of Minnesota Duluth.

An American painter and illustrator, Luther Emerson Van Gorder was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A painter of genre scenes and landscapes, the first work shown may or may not have been inspired by John Singer Sargent’s 1885 “Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose” as Japanese lanterns were very fashionable at that point in time, both in real life and art. All works in the public domain.

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