|The Hammock, 1895, Joseph DeCamp, |
the artist's wife Edith, daughter Sally, and infant son Ted.
The Boston School (The Ten): Seated (left to right): Edward Simmons, Willard L. Metcalf, Childe Hassam, J. Alden Weir, Robert Reid. Standing (left to right): William Merritt Chase, Frank W. Benson, Edmund C. Tarbell, Thomas Dewing, Joseph De Camp.
|In the Studio, 1890-95,|
|DeCamp's portrait renderings of three of his |
four children are especially sensitive and loving.
|Two of a kind--Lewis of the Porcelain (1919)|
and President Theodore Roosevelt (1908)
|Venice (also known as Becalmed), probably|
from around 1883, Joseph R. DeCamp.