Paintings of Salerno which is near Naples in Italy. Various dates but mostly from the time when every aspiring artist lived in Rome at least for a little while, generally with lots of what we would call studio shares so they could afford it.

“Bay of Salerno.” 1858. German. Albert Bierstadt, artist (1830-1902). Image © In the public domain due to age. via–a1488-b175692/albert-bierstadt-beach-landscapes-posters.htm
“A View of the Bay of Salerno from Behind.” 19th c. German. Oil on canvas. August Riedel, artist (1799-1883). Image © 2002 Matthiesen Fine Art Ltd. Fair use license. via
“Bay of Salerno or Southern Landscape.” 1881. French. Oil on canvas. Pierre-Auguste Renoir, artist (1841-1919). Collections of the Musée d’art moderne André Malraux, le Havre. Image . © MuMa Le Havre / Florian Kleinefenn. Fair use license. via
“Ruins of Paestum near Salerno: The Three Temples.” 1782. British. Watercolor, pencil and pen and ink on paper. John Robert Cozens (1752–1799), artist. Collections of the Gallery Oldham. Cc0 license CC BY-NC-ND. via

Bridges in Paris. Put enough of these up and you can imagine you are living in a houseboat instead of a house. Various artists. All French.

"Pont à Paris." 19th c.
“Pont à Paris.” 19th c. Oil on canvas. French. Signed on the left. Alfred Alexandre Delauney, artist (1830-1894). Image ©Conan Hôtel d’Ainay Auctions, Lyon and Fair use license. via

"Pont Neuf, Paris." 1872.
“Pont Neuf, Paris.” 1872. Oil on canvas. French. Auguste Renoir, artist (1814-1919). Image © National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Fair use license. via

"The Pont des Arts, Paris." 1867-68.
“The Pont des Arts, Paris.” 1867-68. French. Oil on canvas. Auguste Renoir, artist (1841-1919). Image © The Norton Simon Foundation. Fair use license. via

"A View of Paris from the Pont Neuf." 1763.
“A View of Paris from the Pont Neuf.” 1763. French. Oil on canvas. Jean-Baptiste Raguenet, artist (1715-1793). Collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum. Cc0 License 4.0. via

Eating outside in summer in the 19th century. Various artists from various places. All making you want to pack that picnic hamper now.

"The Tea Party." Undated.
“The Tea Party.” Undated. American. Arthur Watson Sparks, painter (1871- 1919). In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via

"Holyday" (The Picnic). 1876.
“Holyday” (The Picnic). 1876. French. James Tissot, painter (1836-1902). In the public domain because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via

"Breakfast Time." 1887.
“Breakfast Time.” 1887. Swedish. Hanna Pauli, painter (1864-1940). © National Museum, Stockholm. Fair use license. via$

"Luncheon of the Boating Party." 1880-1881.
“Luncheon of the Boating Party.” 1880-1881. French. Pierre-Auguste Renoir, painter (1841-1919). Phillips Collection, Washington, DC. In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924. via