* The image ratio of the frame and painting in this web page is illustrative
Stewart, Julius, France 1855 to 1919 Oil Paintings
Julius Stewart was a figure and kind painter from Philadelphia who went through nearly his whole time on earth in Paris. From the 1880s through the twentieth century's preceding decade, he positioned with John Singer Sargent as quite possibly the most mainstream ostracize American painters in Paris. He painted the existence he altogether delighted in the Parisian high society. Stewart's works of Art are vibrant and sensible, brimming with trendy women, sumptuous textures, and exquisite drawing rooms.
Can't find the painting you are looking for? click here