MADE WITH LOVE Book Series

This Volume

MOTHER LOVE

Luisa Rodrigues

Dedicated to MOTHER,
That Dear, Loving Soul—
Your mother and mine.

Francis Stewart, War Relocation Authority photographer—U. S. National Archives and Records Administration

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Above—A mother and daughter feed chickens in the garden of their home in Rowney Green, Worcestershire, during 1943—
Imperial War Museum (IWM) on the IWM Non-commercial Licence—Ministry of Information Second World War Official
Collection

Below—A mother teaches her daughter to cross the road in safety during 1942—Imperial War Museum (IWM) on the IWM Noncommercial Licence—Ministry of Information Second World War Official Collection

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Mother and Child—Mary Cassatt (1844–1926)—Wichita Art Museum, Kansas

Mother Berthe holding her baby—Mary Cassatt (1844–1926)

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Mother with Child—Charles William Mansel Lewis

Mother and Child—Harold Gilman (1876–1919)—Auckland Art Gallery

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Photography of Florence Owens Thompson (Migrant Mother), Pea-pickers Camp, Nipomo, California—Dorothea Lange (1895–
1965)

Homeless mother and child near Brawley, California, 1939—Dorothea Lange

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Mother and Child—Gari Melchers (1860–1932)

Mary Mother (Mary Hillier)—Julia Margaret Cameron (1815–1879)—Yale University Art Gallery

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Mother and Sara admiring the baby—Mary Cassatt (1844–1926)

Mother and Child—Mary Cassatt (1844–1926)

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Mother and Child—Mary Cassatt (1844–1926)—Cincinnati Art Museum

Mother and Child, Volendam—Charles W. Bartlett (1860–1940)—Honolulu Museum of Art

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When war for the peace of the world and for the principles that gave her birth is welding the great heart of America into highpurposed unity, she must needs feel a deep pity for the mothers and children of distracted Mexico and a just indignation that
their burden of poverty and distress has been increased by selfish Prussian intrigue—S. J. Spooner

Mother and Child, Volendam—Charles W. Bartlett (1860–1940)—Robyn Buntin of Honolulu

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Mother and child, Sunday Island, Western Australia—Herbert Basedow (1881–1933)—National Museum of Australia

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Expectant mothers in wartime, London, England, March 1940—Imperial War Museum (IWM) on the IWM Non-commercial
Licence

The Mother—Anchise Picchi (1911–2007)

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A mother and baby both in gas-masks during 1941—Imperial War Museum (IWM) on the IWM Non-commercial Licence

A mother and child sleep in a trench shelter in London during November 1940—Imperial War Museum (IWM) on the IWM Noncommercial Licence

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Mother with two young children in sleeping area of dwelling in the Jiangsu Province of Yunnan Province in China—Arthur
Rothstein (1915—1985)—United Stated Library of Congress

Baby with hiding mother—Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

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Mother and Child—James Carroll Beckwith (1852—1917)

The Young Mother—Charles West Cope, 1845

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Mother and Child—Károly (Charles) Brocky (1807—1855)

Mother and Child—Henri-Edmond-Joseph Cross (Delacroix) (1856—1910)

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Mother and Child—Cornelis de Vos (1584—1651)—National Gallery of Victoria

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Mother combing her child's hair—Mary Stevenson Cassatt (1844—1926)—Brooklyn Museum

Chinese Mother and Child—Canton China (1920)—United States Bureau of Navigation

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Mother and Child—Frank Weston Benson (1862—1951)—Brooklyn Museum

Mother and Child—Julius Garibaldi Melchers (1860—1932)—Smithsonian American Art Museum

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Mother and child in a picture gallery—George Goodwin Kilburne (1839 – 1924)

Mother with baby and nursemaid—Frederick Walker (1840—1875)—The Fitzwilliam Museum

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Mother and child in a boat—Edmund Charles Tarbell (1862—1938)

Mother and Child—Erastus Salisbury Field (1805—1900)—Antiques and the Arts Online

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Mother and Child—Frederic George Stephens

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A peasant mother and her two children in an interior—Léon Augustin Lhermitte (1844—1925)

Mother and two sons in military uniform (RFC, World War 1)—whatsthatpicture from Hanwell, London, UK—Creative Commons
Attribution 2.0 Generic

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Mother of Warriors—Japan. Stoicism is more than a tenet with the Japanese; it is almost a religion and the mother of these
babes, if the hand of death were laid upon them, could with calm fortitude relate her loss to a stranger without the display of
grief, for it is a cardinal principle of her politeness that she should never burden another with her woes. But beneath this crossbarred cradle of cloth there beats the universal mother heart—universal in its high hopes for her children's future and in its
eager joy at personal sacrifice for their happiness—Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore (1856–1928)

Mother and Child, Volendam—Charles William Bartlett (1860—1940)—Honolulu Museum of Art

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A mother and a child with a maid in an interior—Bernhard Keil or Keyl (1624—1687)

The Mother—Eastman Johnson (1824—1906)—M. H. de Young Memorial Museum

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The Breastfeeding Mother, Marguerite Gérard, Musee Fragonard, Grasse, France

The artist's mother, Mrs Charles Peale, and her grandchildren—Willson Peale (1741—1827)

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Mother and child by the hearth—Theodore Robinson (1852—1896)—Baltimore Museum of Art

Happy Mother—Bertalan Székely (1835—1910)—Hungarian National Gallery

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Mother with Child—József Rippl-Rónai (1861—1927)—Hungarian National Gallery

Portrait of a Mother and Daughter—Richard Cosway (1742—1821)—Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

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Mother and Child—Raja Ravi Varma (1848—1906)—Kowdiar Palace, Thiruvananthapuram,Kerala

Mother and Child—Pieter Fransz de Grebber (c.1600—1652/3)—Frans Hals Museum

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Mother and Child—Paul Peel (1860—1892)

Poor mother and children during the Great Depression, Elm Grove, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA—Dorothea Lange
(1895—1965)—United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division

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Peasant Mother—Fritz von Uhde (born Friedrich Hermann Carl Uhde) (1848—1911)

The Mother of God with the Child and Two Angels—Neroccio di Bartolomeo de' Landi (1447—1500)

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Portrait of a mother and two children in a park—Nicolaes Maes (Maas) (1634—1693)

Mother Love—Paul Peel (1860—1892)—National Gallery of Canada

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Homecoming of a Neapolitan Fisher, Mother with Children—Joseph Karl Stieler (1781 – 1858)

Portrait of a Mother and Child—Hugh Douglas Hamilton (c. 1740—February 1808)—Bridgeman Art Library

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Mother with her Child—Tivadar Zemplényi (1864–1917)

Young Somali Mother and Babe, Aden—Mrs Charles K. Moser

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A young African woman carrying her child in a baby sling—Peter Klashorst—Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic

Mother Love—Walter Langley (1852—1922)

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Mother and Child—John Henry Twachtman (1853—1902)

Washington, D.C. Scrap Salvage Campaign, Victory Programme. This mother has found in her closet some metal hangers,
which her son will stack in the cellar for contribution in the scrap collecting campaign—Carol M. Highsmith—United States
Library of Congress

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Tottenham Maternity and Child Welfare—Mother and Child Clinics in London, 1942—Imperial War Museum (IWM) on the IWM
Non-commercial Licence

Ford Madox Brown—(1821—1893)

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Francis Stewart—War Relocation Authority photographer—National Archives and Records Administration

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Elizabeth Taylor bottle-feeding newborn, Liza Todd, with her sons, Christopher and Michael H. Wilding, and her husband,
Michael Todd, observing—Library of Congress, Toni Frissell Collection

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Liza, Liz, and Mike Todd—Library of Congress, Toni Frissell Collection

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Other Volumes in the Series
Made With Love—All For Love
Made With Love—Beautiful Maxims
Made With Love—Copybook Maxims
Made With Love—Glimmerings of Spiritual Things
Made With Love—God In His Works
Made With Love—Godwards
Made With Love—Soul Seeds
Made With Love—The Best of Some Things
Made With Love—The Soul of Things
Made With Love—Words from the Heart
Made With Love—Words of Comfort and Good Cheer
Made With Love—Words of Power
Made With Love—Words of Spiritual Wisdom

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