Woman at a Dressing Table
Caillebotte was a wonderful artist with a great grasp on representing soft emotions, though he is remembered far more, rather unfortunately, for his patronage of the arts, specifically the Impressionists. Patrons are littered throughout the arts, either out of the fondness or necessity of the painter; and they certainly aren't frivolous characters in history; but certainly the value of the patron isn't above the artist; so what should we make of an artist who is remembered more fondly as a patron? (Did you notice how many semicolons I used?) Personally, I think he's a great artist, and all else is secondary.
Fruit Displayed on a Stand
Chrysanthemums, Garden at Petit Gennevilliers
The Yerres, Rain
Naked Woman Lying on a Couch
Display of Chickens and Game Birds