Remember Lilla Cabot Perry Lilla Cabot Perry was an american impressionist painter. During her trips to Europe, she became friends with Pissarro and Mary Cassatt. Monet became her mentor. She died on 28 February 1933.
Here’s some of her work that she made in and around Monet’s garden in Giverny.
- Late Afternoon, Giverny, date unknown. Oil on canvas, 66 x 81,3 cm. Private collection - Haystacks, Giverny, 1896. Oil on canvas,
64,1 x 81,3 cm. Private collection - Autumn Afternoon, Giverny, c.1905-1909. Oil on canvas, 65,4 x 81 cm,
Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago, IL,
USA - Giverny Landscape, in Monet’s Garden, c.1897. Oil on canvas, 64,8 x 81,3 cm. Private collection - A Stream Beneath Poplars, c.1890-1900. Oil on canvas,
65,4 x 81,3 cm. Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN, USA - Child in a Walled Garden, Giverny, 1909. Oil on canvas,
66 x 81,3 cm. Private collection. - Little Girl in a Lane, Giverny, c.1906-07. Oil on canvas,
81,3 x 68,6 cm
Child With Red Hair Reading. Lilla Cabot Perry (American, 1848-1933). Oil on canvas.
Although she had no formal art training until age 36, Perry became a professional painter and a devotee of French Impressionism with a formidable body of work. It was in 1889, when she was 41 years old, that Perry saw her first Impressionist painting (a work by Claude Monet). Perry sought out the artist and became his close friend.