19th and early 20th century American artist Lilla Cabot Perry was the daughter of a very prominent Boston family. She was financially secure which enabled her to follow her ambition of becoming an artist. Cabot Perry studied in Boston and then in Paris where she and her husband lived for several years. She became friends with many prominent Impressionist painters, notably Camille Pissarro, Mary Cassatt and Claude Monet. She spent her summers with Monet in Giverny learning the Impressionist style of painting. Upon her return to Boston she helped to introduce Impressionism to the American public and her work received international acclaim. She visited Japan and several of her paintings of Japanese children form part of our display of reproductions paintings which are available for you to buy online.
Lilla Cabot Perry returned to live at a farm in Hancock, New Hampshire, where she died in 1933.- https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/oil-painting/1505278355/child-in-kimono-by-lilla-cabot-perry/ - https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/oil-painting/1505281550/portrait-of-a-young-girl-with-an-orange-1901-by-lilla-cabot-perry/ - https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/oil-painting/1510737738/japanese-girl-1899-by-lilla-cabot-perry/ - https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/oil-painting/1505379538/japanese-children-and-the-picture-book-by-lilla-cabot-perry/ - https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/oil-painting/1505378382/japanese-lady-sewing-1900c-by-lilla-cabot-perry/ - https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/artist/lilla-cabot-perry/