Gustave Klimt: Two Girls with Oleander
Little side note: I used to work in landscaping during art school, and Oleander is an incredibly poisonous plant. If we were trimming the plant, we had to make sure we didn't touch our let any of the plant touch our mouths. Oleander gradually slows your heart down till you eventually die. Another landscape worker was trimming the bushes after a rain, and some of the dew and drops from the leaves landed in his mouth, he was found an hour later almost unconscious and was rushed to the hospital.
I wonder if there is some message in this painting . . . having two young girls looking and playing with such a poisonous plant.
Thomas Dewing: The Piano