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

Japanese lanterns in Western art. Very fashionable around the turn of the last century.

Child with Japanese lantern and peacock feathers. Undated.
Child with Japanese lantern and peacock feathers. Undated but ca. 1890-1900. Norwegian. Oda Krohg, artist (1860-1935). via picmoonco.pw. Artwork in the public domain.
Japanese Lantern and Moths. Undated.
Japanese Lantern and Moths. Undated. American. Ralph Albert Blakelock, artist (1847-1919). Romantic school. via pinterest.com. Artwork in the public domain.
Lantern Parade in Snow. Undated.
Lantern Parade in Snow. Undated but ca. 1890-1900. Danish. Anne Sophie Petersen, artist (1845-1910). via arcadiasystems.org. Artwork in the public domain.