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Paul Gauguin - The Loss of Virginity (also known as The Awakening of Spring)The Loss of Virginity (also known as The Awakening of Spring)Paul Gauguin

This painting was produced in Paris in the brief period when Gauguin was interested in Symbolism. It depicts a Breton landscape with a naked young woman lying in the foreground. Behind her, a fox, the symbol of lust in Hindu mythology, can be seen. In the background, a wedding procession in Breton c...

Chrysler Museum of Art (United States)
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Nicolas Poussin - A Roman RoadA Roman RoadNicolas Poussin

This landscape has been identified as Poussin's canvas of 1648, recorded by Andr‚ F‚libien (1685) in the collection of Philippe de Lorraine in Paris. F‚libien described the picture as 'a landscape where there is a broad road.' This 'broad road' divides the scene in half, and a series of small figure...

Dulwich Picture Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
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Gustav Klimt - DanaeDanaeGustav Klimt

This painting is a typical representation of Klimt’s stylized eroticism, and portrays the subject of Danae, which has been a popular theme throughout painting, having been painted before by Corregio, Rembrandt, and Titian. Danae was the symbol of divine love, transcendence, and sensational beauty. B...

Galerie Würthle (Vienna, Austria)
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Paul Cezanne - Mont Sainte-Victoire Seen from the Bibemus QuarryMont Sainte-Victoire Seen from the Bibemus QuarryPaul Cezanne

Mont Sainte-Victoire Seen from the Bibemus Quarry is one of the series of oil paintings by Cezanne. Mont Sainte-Victoire is a mountain in France. Cezanne could see the mountain from his house. It has been a source of inspiration for Cezanne for his paintings. In this painting Cezanne comes closer to...

Baltimore Museum of Art (Baltimore, United States)
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Robert Delaunay - Eiffel TowerEiffel TowerRobert Delaunay
126 x 93 cm, (1914)

Taking advantage of the vast space the tower inhabits, Delaunay retraced the motion of the eye as it follows the trajectory of the structure up to the sky and back down again. As the eye moves from the tree in the foreground to the distant tip of the tower, and follows the curved branch across the f...

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York, United States)