Artwork that draws you in and never lets you go by American artist Edward Hopper (1882-1967).

"Gas." 1940.
“Gas.” 1940. © The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Fair use license. via https://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/hopper/street/hopper.gas.jpg
"Nighthawks." 1942.
“Nighthawks.” 1942. © Art Institute of Chicago. Fair use license. via https://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/hopper/street/hopper.nighthawks.jpg
"Drug Store." 1927.
“Drug Store.” 1927. © 2019 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Fair use license. via http://poulwebb.blogspot.com/2010/

Pictures by artistic icon James McNeill Whistler but not the famous ones they sell prints of at Walmart. Living from 1834 to 1903, he was born in America but mostly painted in the United Kingdom. Collection of the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland.

"Battersea Reach from Lindsay Houses." ca. 1864-1871.
“Battersea Reach from Lindsay Houses.” ca. 1864-1871. Oil on canvas. Image © Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery. Fair use license. via https://www.gla.ac.uk/hunterian/collections/collectionhighlights/#d.en.190653
"Harmony in Brown: The Felt Hat."
“Harmony in Brown: The Felt Hat.” ca. 1890’s. Oil on canvas. Image © Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow. Fair use license. via http://collections.gla.ac.uk/#view=list&id=3884&who=Whistler&what=Oil%20on%20canvas&MulHasMultiMedia=Y

Buildings in New Orleans, Louisiana when it isn’t Mardi Gras. American. William Woodward, painter (1857-1939).

"Old Delard Plantation House." Undated.
“Old Delard Plantation House.” Undated. In the public domain in the United States because the artist died over 70 years ago. via https://noma.org/exhibitions/william-woodward-an-american-impressionist-in-new-orleans/#exhibition-works
"House on Dumaine Street, New Orleans" (Creole Cottage on Dumaine Street, New Orleans). ca. 1904.
“House on Dumaine Street, New Orleans” (Creole Cottage on Dumaine Street, New Orleans). ca. 1904. Pastel on paper. Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. In the public domain. via https://www.mfah.org/art/detail/88342?returnUrl=%2Fart%2Fsearch%3Fdepartment%3DAmerican%2BPainting%2B%2526%2BSculpture%26page%3D2
"Poydras Market about 1890." Undated.
“Poydras Market about 1890.” Undated. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://64parishes.org/entry/william-woodward
"Orleans Alley." 1907.
“Orleans Alley.” 1907. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://64parishes.org/entry-image/orleans-alley

Portraits of the Brooklyn Bridge in varying moods jazzed up and looking mighty fine. Italian-born American artist Joseph Stella, artist (1877-1946). Member of the Futurist and and American Precisionist movements.

"Old Brooklyn Bridge." ca. 1941.
“Old Brooklyn Bridge.” ca. 1941. Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In the public domain. via https://www.mfa.org/collections/object/old-brooklyn-bridge-34351
"Brooklyn Bridge: Variation on an Old Theme." 1939.
“The Brooklyn Bridge: Variation on an Old Theme”. 1939. Image © Estate of the artist. Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Fair use license. via https://whitney.org/collection/works/2968
"Bridge." 1936.
“Bridge.” 1936. Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern art. Fair use license. https://www.sfmoma.org/artist/Joseph_Stella/

Wistful landscapes of a forever gone America. Ralph Albert Blakelock, artist (1847-1919). Romanticist in a Tonalism style.

"The Canoe." Undated.
“The Canoe.” Undated. Oil on canvas. Image © Haggin Museum, Stockton, California. Fair use license. via http://hagginmuseum.org/Collections/RalphAlbertBlakelock/TheCanoe
"Evening." Undated.
“Evening.” Undated. Image © Haggin Museum, Stockton, California. Fair use license. via http://hagginmuseum.org/Collections/RalphAlbertBlakelock/EveningGlow
"Moonlight." 1885-1889.
“Moonlight.” 1885-1889. Oil on canvas. Collection of the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn. In the public domain. via https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/objects/697

Heading for the beach with American Impressionist Edward Henry Potthast. Living from 1857 to 1927. Studying art in America and then Europe he is best known for his paintings of people having fun.

"The Shade." ca. 1928.
“The Shade.” ca. 1928. Oil on panel. Image © Spanierman Gallery, LLC, New York. Fair use license. via https://www.incollect.com/articles/edward-henry-potthast-1857-1927
"Beach Scene Number 5."
“Beach Scene Number 5.” ca. 1920. In the public domain because the artist died over 70 years ago. via http://ipaintingsforsale.com/painting/beach_scene_5-11746.html
"Canoeing."
“Canoeing.” First exhibited in 1923. Oil on board. Image ©2018 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/edward-henry-potthast/canoeing-a-_P2lZ2VFxmwIu-BW38Pthw2
"A Sailing Party" (Going for a Sail). ca. 1924.
“A Sailing Party” (Going for a Sail). ca. 1924. Image © Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati. Fair use license. via https://cincinnatiartmuseum.org/art/exhibitions/exhibition-archive/2013-exhibitions/eternal-summer-the-art-of-edward-henry-potthast/

Teapots in different bright colors to make anyone’s tea taste more delightful. American Art Deco. Made in the 1930’s by the Fraunfelter China Company of Ohio to sit on restaurant tables.

Orange and  white glaze with silver or platinum highlights.
Orange and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-Art-Deco-FRAUNFELTER-TEAPOT-909A-Orange-White-Glaze-w-Silver-Trim-/372545388363?oid=142913722700
Yellow and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights. via
Yellow and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-FRAUNFELTER-ART-DECO-TEAPOT-SLIDING-LID-YELLOW-amp-BRIGHT-SILVER-LUSTRE-/263851412492?nma=tru
Green and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights.
Green and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/1930s-Fraunfelter-China-Art-Deco-Teapot-Tea-Pot-Green-Silver-Vintage-Antique/202630366354?_trkparms=aid%3D22200

Paintings of birds by 20th century American artist Marie Hull. Mostly birds from Florida. A few from Mississippi. All cheerful.

"Great Blue Herons." 1925.
“Great Blue Herons.” 1925. Oil on canvas. © Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson. Private collection. Fair use license. via https://www.msmuseumart.org/index.php/blog/entry/marie-hull-birds-of-paradise
"Flamingoes." ca. 1925.
“Flamingoes.” ca. 1925. Oil on canvas. Collection of the Delta State University Art Department, Marie Hull Collection. Image Mississippi Historical Society © 2000–2017. Fair use license. via http://www.mshistorynow.mdah.ms.gov/articles/301/marie-hull-1890-1980-an-adventurous-artist
"Ducks." Undated.
“Ducks.” Undated. Oil on canvas. Image ©2019 The Johnson Collection, LLC. Fair use license. via http://thejohnsoncollection.org/marie-hull-ducks/

Still lifes by Impressionist artist Soren Emil Carlsen. Living from 1853 to 1932, he was born in Denmark but immigrated to the United States at the age of 20 to paint.

"Ruby Reflection." 1895.
“Ruby Reflection.” 1895. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://www.chinaoilpaintinggallery.com/e-emil-carlsen-c-58_71_630/ruby-reflection-p-18137
"Peonies." Undated.
“Peonies.” Undated. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://ludwig-mies-vanderrohe.blogspot.com/2012/01/soren-emil-carlsen.html
"Vases and Flowers." ca. 1896.
“Vases and Flowers.” ca 1896. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://emilcarlsen.org/portfolio/emil-carlsen-vases-and-flowers-c-1896/

Early 20th century Art Moderne interiors to fantasize about having in your house. Some commissions for the “Ladies Home Journal”. Others from the “Documents D’Art Moderne” of 1901-1903. By master of illustration American William H. Bradley.

Living room interior.
Living room interior. Done for the “Ladies Home Journal.” Public domain. via https://willbradley.com/work/architecture-and-furniture/ladies-home-journal-interior-living-room-2/
Lounge designed by Bradley for his house in Concord, Massachusetts. 1900-1903.
Lounge designed by Bradley for his house in Concord, Massachusetts. 1900-1903. Taken from “Documents d’Art Moderne.” Public domain. via https://fineartamerica.com/featured/lounge-designed-by-will-bradley-.html
Bedroom designed by Bradley in his house in Concord, Massachusetts. 1900-1903.
Bedroom designed by Bradley in his house in Concord, Massachusetts. 1900-1903. From “Documents d’Art Moderne.” Public domain. via https://fineartamerica.com/featured/bedroom-designed-by-will-bradley-.html
Nursery.
Nursery. In the public domain. via https://fineartamerica.com/featured/nursery-designed-by-will-bradley-.html?product=greeting-card