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The 388 Artworks exhibited in Australia

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Claude Monet - Grainstacks in the Sunlight, MiddayGrainstacks in the Sunlight, MiddayClaude Monet

Grainstacks were monumental subjects on the landscape symbolizing fertility and prosperity; they were directly associated with the French countryside. Monet was rendering the light and air surrounding the object, its distinctive light and atmosphere, this, he referred to as 'enveloppe.' The subjec...

National Gallery of Australia (Australia)
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Paul Cezanne - Afternoon in NaplesAfternoon in NaplesPaul Cezanne

The woman’s arm rests sensually on the man’s back, echoed in the outlines of her knee and feet just touching the servant’s arm and legs, and even in the way the edge of the tray just tips the corner of the cupboard. The angles of the servant’s arms repeat those of the window, cupboard, mirror and th...

National Gallery of Australia (Canberra, Australia)
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John William Waterhouse - Circe InvidiosaCirce InvidiosaJohn William Waterhouse

Circe Invidiosa or Circe Poisoning the Sea (1892) is an oil painting by the English Pre-Raphaelite painter John William Waterhouse. Waterhouse took the subject of this painting from Ovid's Metamorphoses. Scylla, a water nymph, was loved by Glaucus, a sea deity. She rejected his advances, and he turn...

Art Gallery of South Australia (Adelaide, Australia)
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