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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - The Great Bathers (The Nymphs)The Great Bathers (The Nymphs)Pierre-Auguste Renoir

The Bathers (French: Les Baigneuses) is an oil painting on canvas made between 1918 and 1919 by the French painterPierre-Auguste Renoir. After being giving to the State by his three in 1923, it is currently kept at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris.
There are two groups of naked women: two models lyin...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Claude Monet - Clifftop Walk at PourvilleClifftop Walk at PourvilleClaude Monet
67 x 82 cm, (1882)

The Cliff Walk at Pourville is an 1882 painting by the French Impressionist painter Claude Monet. It currently resides at the Art Institute of Chicago. This piece is a landscape portrait and is one of the rare paintings in which Monet includes human beings. The Cliff Walk at Pourville is about the s...

Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, United States)
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Edward Hopper - Rooms for TouristsRooms for TouristsEdward Hopper

Rooms for Tourists, like most of Hopper's scenic paintings, displays the importance of light as a dramatic element. The mood in pictures depends on the special character of light at different times of day, the light also creating a common basis for architectural forms and natural phenomena. Architec...

Yale University Art Gallery (Hartford, United States)
 
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Vincent Van Gogh - Crab on Its BackCrab on Its BackVincent Van Gogh

In bad weather, or if a strong wind prevented him from painting outside, Van Gogh often painted still lifes. He may have come upon the idea of painting this crab after seeing Japanese prints of the same subject. He devoted close study to the effect of light and shade on the crab’s shell, representi...

Van Gogh Museum (Netherlands)
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Richard Diebenkorn - Still Life with Orange PeelStill Life with Orange PeelRichard Diebenkorn

'Petrov-Vodkin traveled extensively throughout Europe, and after returning to Russia after the Russian Revolution, he took an interest in painting still lifes, working on the technique of portraying material objects on the canvas. Still Life with Prism is a perfect example of what he sought to accom...

 
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Andrea Mantegna - The Triumphs of Caesar: Trumpeters and Standard-BearerThe Triumphs of Caesar: Trumpeters and Standard-BearerAndrea Mantegna

In his imposing depiction of the Sonnblick mountain, including a rushing waterfall and Kolm Saigurn, Loos convincingly demonstrates the elementary nature of high-Alpine areas and the natural forces active within them. Loos' manner shows him to be a pioneer of realistic landscape painting. However, t...

Royal Collection (Hampton Court, United Kingdom)
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Claude Monet - The Boat StudioThe Boat StudioClaude Monet

After his return from World War I, Braque broke with Pablo Picasso and began painting many still lifes, developing his cubist technique. Although he remained true to his cubist forms, his lines became softer and longer, and there was a more simplistic treating of what had been overly complex represe...

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El Greco (Doménikos Theotokopoulos) - The Agony in the GardenThe Agony in the GardenEl Greco (Doménikos Theotokopoulos)

The Agony in the Garden (1590) is a oil on canvas painting by the Spanish Renaissance painter, sculptor and architect El Greco.There are many versions of The Agony in the Garden painted by El Greco and his workshop, it was one of his most successful inventions. He painted the subject both as a horiz...

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Vincent Van Gogh - Olive Trees with Yellow Sky and SunOlive Trees with Yellow Sky and SunVincent Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh painted at least 18 paintings of olive trees, mostly in Saint-Rémy in 1889. At his own request, he lived at an asylum there from May 1889 through May 1890 painting the gardens of the asylum and, when he had permission to venture outside its walls, nearby olive trees, cypresses and w...

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts (United States)
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Giuseppe Arcimboldo - Floral Still LIfeFloral Still LIfeGiuseppe Arcimboldo

Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527-1593) was a great Italian artist, worked in the technique named “Mannerism”. He is best known for painting fantastic portraits made utterly of such different objects of inanimate nature as vegetables, fruits, flowers, animals and even books. If we look at the distance, his...

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Caspar David Friedrich - The Sea of IceThe Sea of IceCaspar David Friedrich

The Sea of Ice (German: Das Eismeer), also called The Wreck of Hope (German: Die gescheiterte Hoffnung) is an oil painting of 1823–1824 by the German Romantic artist Caspar David Friedrich.
The landscape depicts a shipwreck in the middle of a broken ice-sheet, whose shards have piled up after t...

Kunsthalle (Hamburg, Germany)
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Joan Miro - Still Life with Old ShoeStill Life with Old ShoeJoan Miro

Still Life with Old Shoe, is an oil painting done by Joan Miró in 1937 and now part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The work entered the museum as a gift by James Thrall Soby in 1970. When started the Spanish Civil War Miró was going to his house of Mont-roig del...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
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Vincent Van Gogh - The Langlois Bridge at ArlesThe Langlois Bridge at ArlesVincent Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh approached his 1888 painting, Langlois Bridge at Arles with Women Washing, with the Japanese aesthetic he so admired. Van Gogh thought of Arles as a French counterpart to the world he saw in the Japanese prints: clear air, blossoming trees, and the local people purposefully working ...

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Edouard Manet - Luncheon on the GrassLuncheon on the GrassEdouard Manet

The painting depicts the juxtaposition of a female nude and a scantily dressed female bather on a picnic with two fully dressed men in a rural setting. Rejected by the Salon jury of 1863, Manet seized the opportunity to exhibit this and two other paintings, in the 1863 Salon des Refusés, where the ...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Caspar David Friedrich - Man and Woman Contemplating the MoonMan and Woman Contemplating the MoonCaspar David Friedrich

This is the third version of one of this artist's most famous paintings, of which the first (1819) is in the Gemäldegalerie, Dresden, and the second (ca. 1824) is in the Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin. The two men contemplating the sinking moon have been identified as Friedrich himself, on the right, ...

Nationalgalerie (Berlin, Germany)
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Rene Magritte - PleasurePleasureRene Magritte

According to other sources the explanation behind this painting is rather simple: One day Magritte saw his wife eating a chocolate bird, so he decided he would do a painting of a young woman eating a live bird. Evidently he decided not to use an accurate portrait of Georgette because of the graphic ...

Paris (France)
 
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John Everett Millais - Autumn LeavesAutumn LeavesJohn Everett Millais

Malcom Warner's excellent entry for this painting in the 1984 Tate catalogue points out that 'with 'Autumn Leaves' Millais set out to paint 'a picture full of beauty and without subject', a work in which the very specific story-telling that plays such a part in his paintings of the early-1850s is re...

City Art Gallery (Manchester, United Kingdom)