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Henri Matisse - Landscape viewed from a WindowLandscape viewed from a WindowHenri Matisse

its bold color and flat perspective reflects a Moroccan influence in Matisse's work. This was among several works acquired directly from Matisse in Paris by the Russian collector Ivan Morozov. After the Russian Revolution the Morozov collection was confiscated and eventually by 1948 the collection ...

Pushkin State Museum (Moscow, Russia)
 
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Suzanne Valadon - The Blue RoomThe Blue RoomSuzanne Valadon

The Blue Room is a self-portrait of Valadon. She is displayed inclined on a bed surrounded by blue sheets with floral patterns, with two closed books to the side. Valadon herself appears slightly overweight, lounging in what appear to be pajamas with a cigarette in her mouth. Her eyes face away from...

Musée National d'Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris, France)
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Gustave Caillebotte - Man at the WindowMan at the WindowGustave Caillebotte

Young Man at His Window (French: Jeune homme à sa fenêtre) is a painting of 1875 by the French Impressionist Gustave Caillebotte (1848–1894). The oil on canvas painting measures 117 by 82 centimetres (46 in × 32 in).
The painting depicts the artist's brother, René Caillebotte, wearing informal ...

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Pablo Picasso - Portrait of Ambroise VollardPortrait of Ambroise VollardPablo Picasso

Portrait of Ambroise Vollard is a colored painting created by Pablo Picasso in 1910. Ambroise Vollard is a French dealer, who is credited to provide exposure and emotional support to unknown artists including Pablo Picasso. The works reflect Analytical Cubism artwork completed by use of oil techniqu...

Pushkin State Museum (Moscow, Russia)
 
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Paul Signac - Breakfast (The Dining Room)Breakfast (The Dining Room)Paul Signac

In Signac's Dining Room, the scene is backlit from a window, giving a dramatic light creating silhouettes and strong contrasts of light and shade. This type of lighting was used occasionally by Degas, but not by the Impressionists, who avoided such extremes of contrast. When sunsets were painted by ...

Kröller-Müller Museum (Otterlo, Netherlands)