Just so you know, the painting by Jessie Arms Botke you titled in your post as "Demoiselle Cranes and Lotus", the cranes actually aren't Demoiselle Cranes, Demoiselle Cranes have black heads and necks, but these cranes have red heads and white necks, and I am fairly sure they're Indian Sarus Cranes. I know several websites label them as Demoiselle Cranes, but I think it's from a feedback loop kind of thing because it's just not accurate. Googling both species will show what I'm talking about.-windandsails
Thank you for pointing me at it. But I think I’ll continue naming the painting like this. I alway tend to give the painting the title from where I got it from. And that’s never an online title, because that’s not where I’m getting it from. That’s why titles are very often shown in the original language.
So I hope you don’t mind…
Flora’s Feast (XXVI) - Walter Crane.
'Tropical Paradise' - Carl Oesterley.
'Nach dem Maskenball' - Charles Chaplin.
Aubrey Beardsley’s ‘Le Mort d’Arthur’ (Part XVIII).
'Rozen' - Ferdinand Oldewelt.
'The White Veranda' - William McGregor Paxton.
Textile Design XXXIII.
'Un Moment Paisible' - Delphine Enjolras.
'Nu Feminin' - Delphine Enjolras.
'Dans le Boudoir' - Delphin Enjolras.
Extract from ‘The Miller’s Daughter’ by Émile Zola, Chapter I: ‘The Betrothal’.
For further reading: http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/z/zola/emile/miller_s_daughter/chapter1.html
'Bondeinteriør med Kvinne og Barn' - Gustav Wentzel
'Blommande Kaktus' - Carl Larsson.
Moving Still Lifes by Jan van Huysum, Part III:
'Bloemen in een Terracotta Vaas Versierd met een Motief uit de Bergrede'.