I then came across another group of Portuguese painters I was thoroughly impressed with, especially because many depicted locals and daily life scenes, thus providing the viewers with a more complete insight on what life was like in those days.
Landscape (left) and Napolitan girl - 1877 (right) by Marques de Almeida.
Portrait of a young lady (left) and Seamstresses working - 1884 (right).
Cephalus and Procris - 1879 by Marques de Almeida
River Sado - 1887 (left) and Boats in the river - 1887 (right) by João Vaz.
The medicine (left) and The island of Love (right) by José Malhoa.
Portrait of the actress Virgínia - 1893 by António Ramalho.
Along the river Douro in Areinho (left) and Sargaço picking -1881 (right) by Silva Porto.
Apple tree in blossom -1893 by Silva Porto
Venice Canal - 1877 (left) and The broken bowl (right) by Silva Porto.
Mending the fishing nets by the quay - Italy - 1877 (left) and Póvoa - 1888 (right) by Silva Porto.
Wheatfield in the outskirts of Paris - 1878-79 (left) and The harvest reapers - 1893 (right) by Silva Porto.
Banks of the Oise in Auvers - 1876 by Silva Porto.
Selling fish (left) and The procession - 1838-42 (right) by Augusto Roquemont (1804-1852).
Portrait of an old lady by Augusto Roquemont.
(To be continued)