American expatriate Frederick Carl Frieseke produced this canvas while residing at the Giverny art colony, next door to Monet. The models’ porcelain skin and drapery juxtaposed against a fluid background reflects influence of Pierre-Auguste Renoir. As in many of his paintings, his attention is given to the effects of dappled sunlight. “It is sunshine, flowers in sunshine; the nude in sunshine, which I have been particularly interested in,” he said. “If I could only reproduce it exactly as I see it I would be satisfied.”
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Frederick Carl Frieseke : “Summer” (1914)
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