|Village Near the Delaware Water Gap, 1896, Louis M. Eilshemius|
|Louis M. Eilshemius Self-portrait, 1916.|
He was absent the day they taught
self-portraits at the Academie Julian.
|Figures in a Landscape, 1906, Louis M. Eilshemius. The figures are frivolous, lewd, ineptly drawn, and poorly rendered, The landscape is even worse.|
|Samoa, 1906, Louis M. Eilshemius.|
Figures were not his forte.
|Sirens, Del Mar, California, 1908, Louis M Eilshemius|
|The Rejected Suitor, 1915, Louis Eilshemius. |
Even fully dressed, his figures seem awkward.
|The Prodigy, 1917, Louis M. Eilshemius.|
He certainly wasn't one.
|His business card. Notice, he didn't list "modest."|
|Early Morning, 1910, oil on cardboard, Louis M. Eilshemius.|