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#161 - The Hay Wain by John Constable

This is the colorful and pastoral The Hay Wain, a magnificent landscape panting by Britain's renown master, John Constable (1776-1837). The original is housed in the National Gallery in London, but with our faithful and authentic reproduction, this lyrical and timeless treasure can be featured in your own home. Lend instant elegance to your livingroom or den with its dappled colors and lifelike details.

Constable's passion for painting outdoors is most evident in this, his key-note masterpiece. The glistening buildings at left depict farmer Willy Lott's cottage on the River Stour, near Flatford Mill, where Canstable's father operated an affluent mill. Poetic atmospheric effects capture the morning's freshest radiance, and the tranquility of days gone by. With every stitch, you can now recreate this glorious landscape, glowing with dew, and accent your home with a museum quality masterpiece.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 37
  • Stitch Count: 253w X 184h
  • Finished Size: 18" x 13 º" when stitched on 14 count white Aida cloth.

#222 - Hound Pointing by Constant Troyon

This is the celebrated Hound Pointing by Constant Troyon (1810-1865), now housed in The Museum of Fine Arts, in Boston, Massachusetts. As a highly esteemed member of the venerable French Academy, Constant Troyon enjoyed success during his lifetime, and his memorable paintings of rural animals can be found in the world's greatest museums.

In this ingenious image of Hound Pointing, Troyon positions the viewer in the midst of the hunt, with its tension and excitement. Visually placing us immediately behind the dog, among the wind-swept leaves and scrub of a wide ditch, Hound Pointing invites us to emotionally partake in the energetic scene. The pointer's elegant turn marks its sudden thrill, as it balances, sniffing the air - perhaps picking up the scent of a hidden squirrel or rabbit.
Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 44
  • Stitch Count: 177w x 228h
  • Aida cloth color: white
  • Finished Size when stitched on 14 count fabric:12 3/4"w x16 1/4"h
  • no backstitching.

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#146 - Niagara  by Frederic Edwin Church

This is the breath taking Niagara by Frederic Edwin Church (1826-1900).  Born to a wealthy family, the young artist had the connections and talent to be apprenticed at eighteen to Thomas Cole, then, the premier landscape painter in America. By the time he was but twenty-two years old, Church's career was well established with his canvases selling to museums and discriminating collectors with regularity. He traveled widely throughout New England and New York, hiking and sketching the unsullied landscape from spring through fall. It is this connection with nature and the USA landscape that has made Church one of the leading painters in the celebrated North American landscape movement known as The Hudson River School.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 48
  • Stitch Count: 430w X 180h stitches
  • Finished Size: 30" x 13" when stitched on 14 count white Aida cloth.
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#121 - American Gothic by Grant Wood

Behold American Gothic, Grant Wood’s most acclaimed painting. The original picture is housed in The Art Institute of Chicago, where countless numbers of art lovers find inspiration in its ‘traditional values.’ Imagine the pride you will feel stitching this museum masterpiece as an heirloom gift for someone special or to grace your own home!

This immediately recognizable image exemplifies the renowned artist’s dedication to capturing the spirit of the American heartland in his art. Painted in 1930, this image of individual courage offered a hopeful vision of endurance at a time when the U.S.A. was suffering from the ravages of the Great Depression. As it did then, today American Gothic commemorates the work ethic of the hard working family and home, speaking to us of ‘God and Country’.

Project Information:

  • Number of colors: 34
  • Stitch Count: 175w X 209h
  • Finished Size: 12.5" x 15" when stitched on 14 count black Aida cloth.

#122 - Whistler's Mother by James Abbott McNeill Whistler

This is the exquisite Whistler's Mother by James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903). The original is housed in the famous Museé d'Orsay in Paris, where it continues to inspire art lovers as a tender tribute to motherhood. As the second most recognized painting in the history of art, this masterpiece is surpassed in acclaim only by Leonardo Da Vinci's celebrated Mona Lisa. By alluding to music with the original title of Arrangement in Gray and Black, No. 1, the perceptive Whistler disclosed a desire to evoke a universal and poetic dimension in this elegant and sentimental homage to motherhood.

Whistler's signature style is brilliantly apparent in our authentic reproduction of Whistler's Mother. The devoted son captured his mother's quiet dignity with classical lines and subdued interior lighting, and you can capture the warmth of this eternal tribute with every stitch. Whistler's Mother will become a centerpiece in your home, where it will touch everyone with its memorable grace. Makes a cherished gift to stitch for family or special friends.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 30
  • Stitch Count: 252w X 221h
  • Finished Size: 18" x 15 æ" when stitched on 14 count black Aida cloth.

#142 - Sunrise Landscape (Yosemite Valley) by Albert Bierstadt

This is the majestic Sunrise Landscape (Yosemite Valley) by renowned painter, Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902). The exquisite vision of unspoiled wilderness is housed in the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Our accurate adaptation captures the majesty of this dawning landscape. Bring the sensational and awe-inspiring drama of nature's glory into your home, where it will lend instant elegance to any room needing an accent of color.

Sunrise Landscape (Yosemite Valley), is painted in Bierstadt's signature style. The glowing picture captures Yosemite's soaring peaks with uncanny detail, its inspiration taken from Bierstadt's own remarkable experiences in the heart of the West. With mist laden trees dramatically silhouetted against the advancing radiance of dawn, it is easy to understand how the artist's canvases quickly became the most expensive and sought after masterpieces of his day. A vibrant addition to your own stitched treasures, this gem will become the centerpiece of your home.

Project  Information:

  • Number of Colors: 27
  • Stitch Count: 220w X 161h
  • Finished Size: 15 æ" x 11 ½" when stitched on 14 count yellow Aida cloth.

#143 - Seal Rock by Albert Bierstadt

This is the magnificent Seal Rock by the renown American master Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902).  Although born in Germany, Bierstadt's family moved to Massachusetts when he was just two years old, and it was in his adopted homeland were the artist would find the inspiration for his life's work.  With his spellbinding depictions of  nature's unspoiled majesty, this enterprising artist became the most honored of 19th century American artists.

In the Seal Rock, Bierstadt captures the drama and beauty of the American Pacific coast with theatrical tension and uncontested skill. On the right, a proud promontory rises from the foaming surf to provide a rocky playground for a group of frolicking seals. Wet and glistening from their last swim, they arch their curious heads in every direction. This engaging picture is now housed in the New Britain Museum of American Art in Connecticut, where it continues to enchant art lovers. Our team of European trained artists has translated its eloquence into an oversized chart so that you, the stitching enthusiast, can recreate this priceless treasure.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 48
  • Stitch Count: 237w X 207h
  • Finished Size: 17" x 14æ" when stitched on 14 count white Aida cloth.

#144 - Boston Harbor at Sunset by Fritz Hugh Lane

This is the exquisite Boston Harbor at Sunset by the premier New England luminist, Fitz Hugh Lane (1804-1865). A successful and beloved painter, the artist evoked the mystery and spiritual dimensions of nature in glowing landscapes and seascapes. Lane's style so emphasized diffusive atmosphere and luminous colors that it can be said to culminate the preoccupations of the celebrated American landscape movement known as The Hudson River School.

Painted in the artist's signature style, Boston Harbor at Sunset captures the poetry of nature with didacticism.  Here, Lane's conceptualization teaches us to see with lyrical clarity the relationship between sky and water, silence and spirit, man & God. This enigmatic and renown American masterpiece is now housed in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, where it continues to entrance art and nature lovers alike.  Our team of European trained artists has translated the eloquent Boston Harbor at Sunset  into an oversized chart so that you, the stitching enthusiast, can recreate this masterpiece with equal poetry.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 40
  • Stitch Count: 223w X 222h
  • Finished Size: 16" x 16" when stitched on 14 count white Aida cloth.

#145 - Twilight in the Wilderness by Frederic Edwin Church

This is the magnificent Twilight In The Wilderness by Frederic Edwin Church (1826-1900).  Born to a wealthy family, the young artist had the connections and talent to be apprenticed at eighteen to Thomas Cole, then, the premier landscape painter in America. By the time he was but twenty-two years old Church's career was well established- his canvases selling to museums and discriminating collectors with regularity. He traveled widely throughout New England and New York, hiking and sketching the unsullied landscape from spring through fall. It is this intimate knowledge of his subject which made Church one of the leading painters in the celebrated American landscape movement known as The Hudson River School.

In Twilight In The Wilderness, the artist captures the theatrical grandeur of the undefiled North American woodlands. Now housed in The Cleveland Museum of Art, this extraordinary picture continues to inspire art and nature lovers alike.  Our team of European trained artists has translated its eloquence into an oversized chart so that you, the stitching enthusiast, can recreate this priceless treasure with equal poetry.

Project Information:

  • Number of Colors: 42
  • Stitch Count: 253w X 170h
  • Finished Size: 18" x 12º" when stitched on 14 count yellow Aida cloth.

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