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Violet Oakley Wikidata

Oakley, Violet, 1874-1961 National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO German National Library

Oakley, Violet, 1874- National Library of Israel ISNI

Oakley, Violet (American painter, 1874-1961) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 55031765 (Personal)


ISNI: 0000  0000  6683  0374 

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Autumn Leaves, Mrs. Oakley in the Garden at Cogslea Wikidata
The book of the words, 1909. National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
Catherine Morris Wright Doing a Nautch Dance Wikidata
Century Magazine - April 1904, study for "The Easter Hymn" Wikidata
[Cogslea garden pergola (wall)] Wikidata
Cogslea Maple Tree Wikidata
"Il Convito," The Banquet: Edith Emerson in page costume, others from right Daniel Buckley, Mary Nixon, and Alex de Tarnowski, Celebrating Completion of Seven Panels for the Senate Chamber Wikidata
[Edith Emerson in Cogslea bedroom], (unfinished) Wikidata
[Group of people and a dog in the garden at Cogslea] Wikidata
H. M. Sophie Dowager Queen of Greece, daughter of King Frederick, granddaughter of Queen Victoria, wife of Constantine I of Greece, in mourning for her husband Wikidata
Irish Woman (Miss Amy [surname illegible]) Wikidata
Isadora Duncan on Stage ("Moment Musicale") Wikidata
Josephine Underwood at Fiesole Wikidata
June Wikidata
[Lower Cogslea studio interior] Wikidata
Man Speaking at Podium (League of Nations?) Wikidata
Mary Baker Eddy, Concord New Hampshire (unfinished) Wikidata
Mary Townsend Mason Wikidata
Portrait of Lloyd Van Sciver Wikidata
Profile Portrait of Mrs. Arthur Oakley, née Cornelia Swain Wikidata
A puritan's wife by Max Pemberton Library of Congress/NACO
Queen Elisabeth of Greece Wikidata
A sacred challenge, c2002: National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
Scale Model of the Dante Window Wikidata
Self-Portrait: The Artist in Mourning for Her Father Wikidata
Sketch for The Life of Moses Wikidata
Study for Christ at Geneva,Council of League of Nations Wikidata
Study for the Ascension altarpiece, All Angels Church Wikidata
Study for the League of Nations mural (Mademoiselle Agresti translating Sir Eric Drummond, Sec. Gen.) Wikidata
Study for the lower right panel in the Great Wonder altarpiece Wikidata
Study for the St. Hubert window Wikidata
Study of Houston Woodward Wikidata
Terrace of Cogslea Wikidata
Tragic Muse Wikidata
Traveling Altarpiece Wikidata
Trio at Cogslea: Elizabeth Shippen Green, Henrietta Cozzens, and Jessie Willcox Smith (unfinished) Wikidata
Violet Oakley and the Pennsylvania Capitol murals Library of Congress/NACO
Vision of a Sign in the Vatican Wikidata
Wise Virgins and Foolish Virgins Wikidata

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