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The 611 Artworks exhibited in Metropolitan Museum Of Art New York, United States and ...

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Winslow Homer - The Gulf StreamThe Gulf StreamWinslow Homer
71 x 124 cm, (1906)

The Gulf Stream is an 1899 oil painting by Winslow Homer. It shows a man in a small rudderless fishing boat struggling against the waves of the sea, and was the artist's last statement on a theme that had interested him for more than a decade. Homer vacationed often in Florida, Cuba, and the Caribbe...

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Winslow Homer - The Veteran in a New FieldThe Veteran in a New FieldWinslow Homer

Painted through the summer and fall of 1865, not long after the nation came to grips with Robert E. Lee's surrender and mourned President Lincoln's assassination—both of which occurred during the second week of April—Homer's canvas shows an emblematic farmer who is a Union veteran, as is signified b...

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Winslow Homer - Fishing Boats, Key WestFishing Boats, Key WestWinslow Homer

Few of Homer’s watercolors rival this one for its effects of simmering sunlight and steamy atmosphere, achieved through the speed of application of wet on wet washes, the broad and dexterous exploitation of the white paper reserve, and the judicious sponging of wet pigment, especially in the shadows...

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Winslow Homer - A Wall, NassauA Wall, NassauWinslow Homer

One of Homer's most effective watercolors, 'A Wall',Nassau dates from his second visit to Nassau. Homer varies the density and saturation of his strong clear colors from the opaque treatment of the foliage to the transparent of the sky and the wall.The opulent effect of the red tropical flowers sup...

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - A Road in LouveciennesA Road in LouveciennesPierre-Auguste Renoir

This picture, which is in effect drawn directly with paint, was almost certainly executed out-of-doors about 1870. The site is in the village of Louveciennes, west of Paris, where Renoir's parents had a summer home. Camille Pissarro, who lived and worked in the village in 1869–70, painted a view of ...

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Gustave Courbet - Woman with a ParrotWoman with a ParrotGustave Courbet

Galvanized by the success of Cabanel's Birth of Venus (Musée d'Orsay, Paris) at the Salon of 1863, Courbet sought to challenge the French Academy on its own terms with a painting of a nude that would be accepted by the increasingly rigid—and arbitrary—Salon jury. His first attempt, in 1864, was reje...

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