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[Life was made for love and cheer]

[Life was made for love and cheer]

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Illustration depicts Green, her colleagues and housemates Jessie Willcox Smith and Violet Oakley, and other friends enjoying one another's company amid the blossoms on the grounds of the Red Rose Inn, one of the homes that the three artists shared. Children play with a dog in the foreground. Green took the title from enry Van Dyke's poem Inscriptions for a Friend's House, which celebrates the close friendship between the artists.

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01/01/1904
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Elliott, Elizabeth Shippen Green, artist
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