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This painting captures Stettheimer’s signature style of blending fantasy with reality. Depicted are Florine and her three sisters, sitting alongside their mother, whose birthday they are celebrating. The women seem to be wiped out by the titular heat, perhaps in response to the many flaming candles atop their mother’s birthday cake in a playful jab at her advancing age. The two women closest to the cake appear the most exhausted, then middle two in the green and red chairs respectively, followed lastly by the mother who is barely perturbed. The fore, middle, and backgrounds seem to be delineated by the colors of the floor, divided into green, yellow, and red sections; however, the figures are all the same size. The playfulness of this piece speaks to Florine’s commitment to her own interests, regardless of what was proper or popular in the art world.

SKU: 62244
Creator: Florine Stettheimer
Date: 1919
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Location: Brooklyn Museum

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This painting captures Stettheimer’s signature style of blending fantasy with reality. Depicted are Florine and her three sisters, sitting alongside their mother, whose birthday they are celebrating. The women seem to be wiped out by the titular heat, perhaps in response to the many flaming candles atop their mother’s birthday cake in a playful jab at her advancing age. The two women closest to the cake appear the most exhausted, then middle two in the green and red chairs respectively, followed lastly by the mother who is barely perturbed. The fore, middle, and backgrounds seem to be delineated by the colors of the floor, divided into green, yellow, and red sections; however, the figures are all the same size. The playfulness of this piece speaks to Florine’s commitment to her own interests, regardless of what was proper or popular in the art world.

SKU: 62244
Creator: Florine Stettheimer
Date: 1919
Original Medium: oil on canvas
Location: Brooklyn Museum

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We use the highest quality wood in our modern shop to create custom frames, frame your print with precision-cut acid-free mat board, and mount it behind a UV-blocking semi-gloss plexiglass to protect your art from the sun, dust, pollution, heat, and humidity. Then we add finishing touches like wall hanging mount, wall friendly bumpers and a protective backing.

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