Léon-François Comerre (1850-1916), French academic painter, studied under Alexandre Cabanel. There’s a definite orientalist influence in many of his works.
Léon-François Comerre, Study For Le Manteau Legendaire, 1907
Léon-François Comerre, Danae
Léon-François Comerre, Haifa
Léon-François Comerre, Portrait Of The Ballerina Rosita Mauri
Léon-François Comerre, The Pretty Maid
Léon-François Comerre, La belle liseuse
Léon-François Comerre, l’Odalisque au tambourin
Léon-François Comerre, La Favorite
Norman Lindsay (1879-1969), Australian artist and novelist, and highly controversial in his day.
Noman Lindsay, Captured
Norman Lindsay, Spring’s Innocence
Norman Lindsay, Desire
Norman Lindsay, Benediction
Norman Lindsay, Crete, 1940
Norman Lindsay, Languor
Norman Lindsay, nude
Norman Lindsay, Sisters
Norman Lindsay, Sphinx
Norman Lindsay, Two Devils
Robert Bateman (1842-1922) is a rather shadowy figure in late 19th century British art. He was a follower of Burne-Jones but was so completely forgotten that the painting usually regarded as his finest (The Pool of Bethesda) was not even recognised as being his work until 1965.
Robert Bateman, The Pool of Bethesda, 1876-7
Robert Bateman, The Dead Knight, 1870
Robert Bateman, Three Women Plucking Mandrakes, 1870
Robert Lefèvre, Baronne Elisabeth Alexandrovna Stroganoff, épouse Demidoff, 1800-05
Vinicio Paladini (1902-1971), an Italian painter who experimented with umber of different styles.
Vinicio Paladini, Group Portrait with Artist, 1930
Federico Beltrán Masses (1885 – 1949), another interesting early 20th century painter from Spain, with a definite art deco influence.
Federico Beltrán Masses, Pola Negri and Rudolph Valentino
Federico Beltrán Masses, Salome
Federico Beltrán Masses, La Maja Marquessa
Federico Beltrán Masses, Woman in Spanish Shawl, 1925
Federico Beltrán Masses, The Pearls
Federico Beltrán Masses, La Maja Maldita
Federico Beltrán Masses
Charles Allen Winter (1869-1942) was an American painter.
Charles Allen Winter, Fantasie Egyptienne