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The 1000++ Artworks of topic Interior and containing the word eva gonzales, oil on canvas, impressionism, women, interior, mirrors, 1875

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Vincent Van Gogh - Vincent-s Bedroom in Arles (First version)Vincent's Bedroom in Arles (First version)Vincent Van Gogh

Bedroom in Arles (French: La Chambre à Arles Dutch: Slaapkamer te Arles) is the title given to each of three similar paintings by 19th-century Dutch Post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh.
Van Gogh's own title for this composition was simply The Bedroom (French: La Chambre à coucher). Ther...

Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
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Paul Delvaux - Night TrainNight TrainPaul Delvaux

In the late 1950s Paul Delvaux produced a number of night scenes in which trains are observed by a little girl seen from behind. These compositions contain nothing overtly surrealistic, yet the clarity of moonlit detail is hallucinatory in effect. Trains had always been a subject of special interest...

Musee de Toyama (Japan)
 
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William Merritt Chase - A Friendly CallA Friendly CallWilliam Merritt Chase
77 x 123 cm, (1895)

When American Chester Dale bequeathed the core of his art collection to the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. upon his death in 1962, the institution became a major repository of late 19th- and early 20th-century French paintings overnight. Why Dale and his wife, Maud, collected the work the...

Chester Dale Collection. National Gallery of Art (Washington, United States)
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Joan Miro - Dutch Interior IDutch Interior IJoan Miro

Dutch Interior (I) is based on a seventeenth–century painting by Hendrick Martensz Sorgh depicting a lute player in a domestic interior. Miró bought a postcard reproduction of the work at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam a few months prior to beginning his painting. 'I had the postcard pinned up on my e...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Walter Richard Sickert - Woman Washing her HairWoman Washing her HairWalter Richard Sickert

It is believed that Matisse used his wife as a model for this painting, which garnered much negative criticism when it was displayed at the Salon D’Automne, in 1905. It was this exhibition that the term “fauve,” which translates into “wild” or “beastly,” was coined, by art critic Louis Vauxcelles, w...