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The colorful patterns and glowing sunshine are signature elements of Frieseke's work.
Frieseke's paintings of female figures made him one of America's most popular Impressionists.
The artist spent his summers painting at Giverny, France near the home of French Impressionist Claude Monet.
(R.C. and N.M. Vose, Boston); Mrs. John N. Carey; purchased by the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1929 (29.71).