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George Stubbs - Lion Attacking a HorseLion Attacking a HorseGeorge Stubbs

In preparation for the work, he made many studies of caged lions at the Tower of London and at Lord Shelbourne's menagerie on Hounslow Heath. Stubbs's interest in the subject is traditionally presumed to originate from a scene he reportedly witnessed in North Africa during his return by sea from Ita...

Yale University Art Gallery (Hartford, United States)
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Peter Paul Rubens - The Lion HuntThe Lion HuntPeter Paul Rubens

Among many differences from the Schleissheim series, in accordance with Rubens changing attitudes to both life and composition, the combat is equal, or even in the lions' favor in Lion Hunt. The action is spread out and not bounded by the frame, but the front plane is maintained as if by a sheet of ...

Alte Pinakothek (Munich, Germany)
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John William Waterhouse - Hylas and the nymphsHylas and the nymphsJohn William Waterhouse

Hylas and the nymphs (1896) is an oil painting by the English Pre-Raphaelite painter John William Waterhouse. When the ship of the Argonauts reached the island of Cios, Hylas, the young and handsome companion of Hercules, was sent ashore in search of water. He discovered a fountain, but the nymphs o...

Manchester Art Gallery (Manchester, United Kingdom)
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Franz Marc - TyrolTyrolFranz Marc

The full implication of this motif for the art of Franz Marc can best be seen in one of his last oil paintings, Tirol, painted in 1913 and retouched in 1914. The overall image of this painting is, as in Fate of the Animals, one of cataclysmic destruction. The heavens have broken asunder and mountain...

Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst (Munich, Germany)
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William Holman Hunt - The Hireling ShepherdThe Hireling ShepherdWilliam Holman Hunt

The Hireling Shepherd (1851) is a painting by the Pre-Raphaelite artist William Holman Hunt. It represents a shepherd neglecting his flock in favour of an attractive country girl to whom he shows a death's-head hawkmoth. The meaning of the image has been much debated. Hunt painted the picture when h...

Manchester Art Gallery (Manchester, United Kingdom)
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Max Ernst - Of This Men Shall Know NothingOf This Men Shall Know NothingMax Ernst

Ernst studied philosophy and psychology in Bonn and was interested in the alternative realities experienced by the insane. This painting may have been inspired by the psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud’s study of the delusions of a paranoiac, Daniel Paul Schreber. Freud identified Schreber’s fantasy of bec...

Tate Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
 
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August Macke - Landscape with Cows and CamelLandscape with Cows and CamelAugust Macke

Landscape with Cows and Camel (Deutsch: Landschaft mit Kühen und Kamel) is a 1914 color on canvas painting by German Expressionist August Macke (1887–1914) who was one of the leading members of Der Blaue Reiter group (The Blue Rider). It is drawn on Orphism style and based on painting animal genre a...

Kunsthaus Zürich (Zürich, Switzerland)
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Albrecht Durer - Young HareYoung HareAlbrecht Durer

Young Hare (German: Feldhase) is a 1502 watercolour and bodycolour painting by German artist Albrecht Dürer. Painted in 1502 in his workshop, it is acknowledged as a masterpiece of observational art alongside his Great Piece of Turf from the following year. The subject is rendered with almost photog...

Albertina (Vienna, Austria)
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Henri Julien Félix Rousseau (Le Douanier) - Sleeping GypsySleeping GypsyHenri Julien Félix Rousseau (Le Douanier)

The Sleeping Gypsy (French: La Bohémienne endormie) is an 1897 oil painting by French Naïve artist Henri Rousseau. It is a fantastical depiction of a lion musing over a sleeping woman on a moonlit night. Rousseau first exhibited the painting at the 13th Salon des Indépendants, and tried unsuccessful...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)