Wet, Rainy Streets In Art And Illustration

Paul Gustav Fischer (Copenhague 22 July 1860 – 1 May 1934) was a Danish painter. Fisherwomen Waiting for Customers after the Rain, Gammelstrand
Paul Gustave Fischer(1860–1934) Copenhagen Street
Paul Gustave Fischer (Danish, 1860 – 1934) Evening, Copenhaghen, 1920
Arthur Streeton (Australian, 1867–1943)
Francis Dodd (American, 1874-1949), Willow in Winter, 1925
Edouard Leon Cortes 1882-1969 French post impressionist painter, Place de l’Opera, Paris
Edouard Leon Cortes 1882-1969 French post impressionist painter Rue Royale Paris
Edouard Leon Cortes 1882-1969 French post impressionist painter Porte St. Denis Paris
Edouard Leon Cortes 1882-1969 French post impressionist painter Avenue de l’Opera Paris
Edouard Leon Cortes 1882-1969 French post impressionist painter Champs Élysée Paris
Edouard Leon Cortes 1882-1969 French post impressionist painter Boulevard de la Madelein Paris
Edouard Leon Cortes 1882-1969 French post impressionist painter Rue Royal Paris
The Seven Deadly Sins – Envy by Carel Victor Morlais Weigh c1979
Paul Cornoyer (1864 – 1923 American Impressionist Painter After the Rain, 1922
Camille Pissaro. Après la pluie, quai à Pontoise (The Quai du Pothuis at Pontoise After Rain), 1876
Tadahiro Uesugi
Tadahiro Uesugi
Leaving the Grocery Store In The Rain April 24 1954 edition of The Saturday Evening Post
Paul Sawyer (1865-1917) – A rainy day in Frankfort
Edouard Leon Cortes, (1882-1969), St.Martin, Paris
Paris Boulevard 1939 Konstantin Korovin (Russian, 1861-1939)
Parigi, Boulevard di notte, Konstantin Korovin (18611939)
Wet Night on the Bowery, 1911, John French Sloan (American, 1871-1951)
This artwork was created by artificial intelligence, based on a stock photo.
This artwork was created by artificial intelligence, based on a stock photo.
Ralph Avery (1907–1976) New York Public Library, cover of the March 1957 Reader’s Digest
Kasamatsu Shiro, Shinbashi in Rain 1935

Header art: Antonius Johannes Thieme aka Anthony Thieme 1888 Rotterdam – 1954 Greenwich, Connecticut, Rain in the South