Frederick Carl Frieseke, 1914 - In the Boudoir - fine art print

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Background information about the product

This work of art In the Boudoir was made by the male American artist Frederick Carl Frieseke. The artwork was made with the following dimensions of 35 3/16 x 46 in (89,3 x 116,9 cm). Oil on canvas was applied by the painter as the technique for the masterpiece. The artwork is in the the digital collection of Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The modern art public domain artpiece is being provided with courtesy of Los Angeles County Museum of Art ( . Besides this, the alignment is landscape with a ratio of 4 : 3, which means that the length is 33% longer than the width. Frederick Carl Frieseke was a painter, whose style can primarily be classified as Impressionism. The Impressionist painter was born in 1874 in Owosso, Shiawassee county, Michigan, United States and passed away at the age of 65 in the year 1939 in New York City, New York state, United States.

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The product

Product categorization: fine art reproduction
Method of reproduction: digital reproduction
Production process: UV direct print
Provenance: German production
Type of stock: on demand production
Intended usage: wall décor, wall gallery
Alignment: landscape format
Image aspect ratio: length : width - 4 : 3
Meaning of the aspect ratio: the length is 33% longer than the width
Product material choices: metal print (aluminium dibond), poster print (canvas paper), canvas print, acrylic glass print (with real glass coating)
Canvas on stretcher frame (canvas print) variants: 40x30cm - 16x12", 80x60cm - 31x24", 120x90cm - 47x35"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) sizes: 40x30cm - 16x12", 80x60cm - 31x24", 120x90cm - 47x35"
Poster print (canvas paper) size variants: 40x30cm - 16x12", 80x60cm - 31x24", 120x90cm - 47x35"
Aluminium dibond print options: 40x30cm - 16x12", 80x60cm - 31x24", 120x90cm - 47x35"
Framing of the art copy: not available

Artpiece details

Piece of art title: "In the Boudoir"
Classification of the artwork: painting
Umbrella term: modern art
Artwork century: 20th century
Year of creation: 1914
Artwork age: more than 100 years old
Original medium of artwork: oil on canvas
Dimensions of the original work of art: 35 3/16 x 46 in (89,3 x 116,9 cm)
Museum / location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Museum location: Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Available under:
Artwork license: public domain
Courtesy of: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (

Artist overview

Name: Frederick Carl Frieseke
Alternative names: Frieseke, friesecke, Frederick Carl Frieseke, f.c. frieseke, Frieseke Frederick Carl, friesecke f.c., Frederick C. Frieseke, Frieseke Frederick C.
Gender: male
Nationality of artist: American
Jobs: painter
Country of origin: United States
Artist classification: modern artist
Art styles: Impressionism
Died aged: 65 years
Year of birth: 1874
Town of birth: Owosso, Shiawassee county, Michigan, United States
Year died: 1939
Town of death: New York City, New York state, United States

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In the Boudoir is typical of the many informal interior scenes Frieseke painted throughout his career. Although he much preferred to paint outdoors, the American public of the 1910s more readily bought his boudoir scenes of women involved in their toilette or in some other feminine activity. The artist’s wife, Sarah, better known as Sadie, usually posed as his model in their home. In this painting, as in many of Frieseke’s interiors of the 1910s, the model lounges in a room decorated with elegant French rococo furniture and an oriental carpet. In contrast to the figure’s restful pose, the scene is alive with decorative patterning. Frieseke’s interior is similar to those by Edouard Vuillard (18681940). Both artists often presented their figures in corners of rooms, viewing them diagonally and from a slightly elevated viewpoint. The floor tilts up, flattening the space of the room and thereby emphasizing the painting as an arrangement of flat shapes and patterns. Frieseke differed from Vuillard in his tendency to present his models more intimately attired or involved in more personal activities. In Torn Lingerie, 1915 (Saint Louis Art Museum), the model reveals her lovely leg while mending her slip, and in In the Boudoir she abandons her sewing basket to stretch out comfortably on the settee, allowing her kimono to slip off and expose her shoulders and breast. The palette of Frieseke’s interiors from his middle period varies in brilliance, some being as intense as his sunlit garden views. In the Boudoir is, in fact, one of his more delicate interiors of the mid-1910s: soft pastel blues, lavenders, and yellows predominate, and a silvery white is pervasive. There exists a smaller, almost exact version of In the Boudoir painted in a stronger palette (see Related Work). Frieseke occasionally painted smaller versions of completed paintings he admired. It is not known if the smaller version of this composition is such a replica or a study for the larger painting. When the painting was exhibited at the Anglo-American Exposition in London in 1914, it was praised for its subtlety and found more satisfactory than Frieseke’s other exhibit, The Garden Umbrella, n.d. (Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, Savannah, Ga.). According to a letter from the New York dealer Robert Macbeth to Frieseke, In the Boudoir was bought out of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, where it won the grand prize. Mr. and Mrs. Baich, the collectors who donated the painting to the museum, began acquiring art in the mid-1910s and were known to purchase works from San Francsico dealers. Although it cannot be verified, it is quite plausible that the Balches may have bought In the Boudoir in 1915.

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