|The Camp, Frank Weston Benson (my favorite).|
|Painting for fun and profit.|
|Summer, 1909, Frank W. Benson--his wife and three daughters.|
|Benson's portraits were predominantly female. His wildlife he |
painted to satisfy his male interest, dating from his boyhood.
|Benson's sporting art at times makes it seem as if his portraits |
were nothing more than a lucrative sideline.
|After the Storm, 1884, Frank Weston Benson, his first|
highly acclaimed painting.
|Two Boys, 1940, Frank Weston Benson|