Married Children of Joseph and Sarah Robson Lea with their Children, 1843, silhouettes, cut paper mounted on paper with details drawn in graphite, white chalk and pen and black and brown inks and brown wash.
Augustin Amant Constant Fidele Edouart, 1789-1861, French. Philadelphia Art Museum
The painter came to Philadelphia from France and made at least 350 portraits of citizens of the city
The Third-Class Carriage, 1862-64, oil on canvas.
Honore Daumier, 1808-1879, French. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
Garden at Sainte-Addresse, 1867, oil on canvas.
Claude Monet, 1840-1926, French. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
The artist’s family in a garden facing the English channel: nasturtium, geranium and gladioli. Shown at the fourth Impressionist exhibition 12 years after it was painted.
The Monet Family at their Garden in Argenteuil, 1874, oil on canvas.
Edouard Manet, 1832-1883, French. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
A Pastoral Visit, 1881, oil on canvas.
Richard Norris Brooke, 1847-1920, American. Corcoran collection at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
An artist well known in his time for, among others, his genre scenes of African American life.
Infantry in Arms, 1887, oil on canvas.
William Henry Lippincott, 1849-1920, American. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia
First Steps, After Millet, 1890, oil on canvas.
Vincent van Gogh, 1853-1890, Dutch. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
The Family, between 1890 and 1900; oil on canvas.
Henri Rousseau, 1844-1910, French. The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia
Self-portrait with Sister, c. 1892, oil on paper mounted on cardboard.
Edouard Vuillard, 1868-1940, French. Philadelphia Art Museum
The Piano Lesson, 1917, oil on canvas.
Henri Matisse, 1869-1954, French. The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia
Interior, 1916, oil on beaverboard.
Edwin Walter Dickinson, 1891-1978, American. Philadelphia Art Museum
Family Picture, 1920, oil on canvas.
Max Beckmann, 1884-1950, German. ?MOMA, NY
Man, Woman and Child, 1931, oil and/or aqueous medium on canvas.
Joan Miro, 1893-1983, Spanish. Philadelphia Museum of Art
Family Portrait II, 1933, oil on canvas.
Florine Stettheimer, 1871-1944, American. MOMA, NY
My Grandparents, My Parents, and I (Family Tree),1936, oil and tempera on zinc.
Frida Kahlo, 1907-1954, Mexican. MOMA, NY. Photo from the net
Folk Family, 1939-40, silkscreen.
William Henry Johnson, 1901-1971, American. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia
Sunday Morning Breakfast, 1943, oil on fabric.
Horace Pippin, 1883-1946. Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri loan to the Jewish Museum in 2019
State Park, 1946, tempera on composition board.
Jared French, 1908-1988, American. ?Whitney Museum of (North) American Art, NY
Capricorn, bronze, model 1947, cast 1975.
Max Ernst, German, 1891-1976. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Three Nudes (The Aunts); 1905-1947; Mexican; oil on canvas; 1930.
Julio Castellanos, Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The Family, oil on canvas, 1955.
Charles Henry Alston, 1907-1977, American. ?Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
The Family, 1962, paint and graphite on wood, sneakers, tinted plaster, doorknob, and plate; three sections.
Marisol (Marisol Escobar), 1930-2016, Venezuelan born France. MOMA, NY
The work was based on the photograph shown above.
Let us Now Praise Famous Men (Rauschenberg Family) and detail, 1962, silkscreen-ink print on canvas.
Andy Warhol, 1928-1987, American. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC on loan in 2017 to MOMA, NY
The museum notes that Andy Warhol asked Rauschenberg if he could make a portrait of him. This is the result made from one of several phtographs dating from the 1920s and 30s of members of Rauschenberg’s family in Port Arthur, Texas.
Warhol’s title comes from a celebrated 1941 book of photos of the Depression in the south of the US of James Agee and Walker Evans. Rauschenberg was not famous in 1968 and the title is taken as expressing Warhol’s regard for him.
The Brothers, 1964, oil on canvas.
Will Barnet, 1911-2012, American. Philadelphia Art Museum
Women and Dog, 1963-64, wood, plaster, acrylic, taxidermic dog head, and found objects.
Marisol born France, 1930 Whitney Museum, NY
Madonna and Child, 1963, acrylic and gesso on canvas.
Alan D’Arcangelo, 1930-1998, American. Whitney Museum of (North) American Art, NY
Untitled (Family Portrait), c. 1968, pen and ink, graphite, coloured pencil, watercolour, gouache and crayon.
Saul Steinberg, 1914-1999, American born Romania. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
A Farwell Feast, 1988, gouache on paper.
Willie Birch, American born 1942. ?Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia
Tar Beach 2, 1990, silkscreen on silk and pieced cotton print.
Faith Ringgold, American born 1930. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia
Family Sitting #2 (from the Family Sitting Series), 2005, oil on wood panel.
Lien Truong born 1973. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia
On September 13, 2009, a young man, not yet 20 years old, was cremated in the town of Olive in the Ashokan Catskills, NY. He had died of cancer.
Throughout his illness and his hospitalization, the community rallied to support him and his mother. Here the community accompanied his mother – here in a black top and long white skirt, holding his urn – to the scattering of his ashes. Several were playing instruments. Many were singing.
Seder, 2010, oil on canvas.
Nicole Eisenman, American born France 1965. The Jewish Museum, NY
The Letter A, 2016, oil on linen.
Alexandra Tyng, American born 1954. Loaned to Woodmere Museum in 2021 by the artist.
A self-portrait of the artist at the age of 5 when she realized that her parents had lives of their own. She would need to develop hers, too.
Homesick for a Home I Never Had, 2018, oil, acrylic and glitter on canvas.
Arcmanoro Niles born 1989. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
Daniel Reading, 2019. oil on linen diptych.
Doron Langberg, American born 1985. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia
Tea, 2019, oil on canvas.
Salman Toor, Pakistani born 1983 Private collection on loan to the Whitney Museum, NY in 2020
The artist is documenting his life as a gay man in his native Pakistan and in the eastern US. Here tension with his family.
The Peaceable Kingdom, c. 1846, oil on canvas.
Attributed to Edward Hicks, 1780-1849, American. Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco on loan to The Jewish Museum, NY in 2019
This version, one of more than 60.
Edward Hicks, born an Anglican in Pennsylvania, became a Quaker preacher and painter in Philadelphia. William Penn, on the left, is making oral treaties with American Indians. These he did not break.
Spider in His Peaceable Kingdom, 2019 oil on panel.
Corinne Dieterle, American born 1952 in the Juried Show in 2021 at the Woodmere Museum of Art, Philadelphia
The subject has lived for years in a tent on the banks of the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia.
Mourning My Mother, 2020, oil on panel.
Ann Mae Kelly exhibited in 2021 at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia (no other information)
Chicken Soup, 2020, (scenes from a wordless story); ? media:
Liang Zhao, certificate in 2020 at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia