Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Posters For Your Girls





















These were two posters used in our slide presentation at the online homemaking conference. Since our subject was about mother/daughter harmony, we included these two. One is called "The Shell" and can be purchased from a number of sources online. The other one did not have a name, but I got it by going to the fine art section at All Posters, and typing in "mothers and daughters."

6 comments:

Pam said...

"The Shell" was painted by William Bouguereau, one of my favorite aritsts, I have a copy of his "Yvonne."

Anonymous said...

I couldn't find the top print at allposters or art.com.
I wonder if you could post the exact link?
jo

Lady Lydia Speaks said...

This picture has been in my files for several years and only has a nunmber "4068" that came when I got it from an art site. I have not been able to find it again. I would be grateful if anyone could help me locate it. I've typed in sewing, mothers, daughters, quilts, and practically anything I could think of and could not find it. It had no title when I found it and no artist name.

Candy said...

beautiful pictures!

Momma said...

It's by William Bouguereau. He painted many beautiful mother/daughter, sisters paintings. I am cross-stitching one called "Innocence" right now. Check www.xs-collectible.com for wonderful cross-stitch charts of many artists!

Momma

Darren&Stephanie Slade said...

The first painting is called 'The First Stitch' and is by Francis Day. Here is a link: http://www.art.com/products/p12173572-sa-i1544117/francis-day-the-first-stitch.htm . You can also find it on Amazon.

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