|Roses and Vase, 1894, Soren Emil Carlsen. Even though painted in the prevailing|
Impressionist style, and far more eye-catching for its color than most of his work, the
painting still retains a somewhat old-fashioned quality even in its own era.
|Emil Carlsen Self-portrait|
|Study in Gray, 1906, Emil Carlsen. Even the title, not to mention the colors, subject, and composition, are boring. They were reminiscent of Chardin alright--to a fault.|
|Moonlight, 1818, Emil Carlson, probably the|
"trance-like" painting Phillips was referring to.
|The River Bank, 1881, Emil Carlsen--one of his few landscapes containing human life.|
|Portrait of the Artist's Wife, Emil Carlsen|
|A Tempting Shot, 1873, Emil Carlsen. His work would seem to have been much more|
salable before he headed off to Paris and took up with Chardin.