Image Resources | Currently on View in Andrew and Jane Paine Galleries (K208)
With thick strokes of the brush, Weir suggested the textures of porcelain, fabric, and food.
This assemblage of fruit, vegetables, and tableware is unusual for Weir, who preferred landscapes.
Weir helped form The Ten, a diverse group identified with American Impressionism.
M.A. Newhouse and Son in St. Louis, Missouri; Mrs. Helen Ladd Corbett and the Corbett Family, Portland, Oregon; George Calvert, Indianapolis, Indiana; purchased by the the John Herron Art Institute, now the Indianapolis Museum of Art, in 1926.