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The 1000++ Artworks exhibited in United States

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TOP1671/1000
Claude Monet - The RiverThe RiverClaude Monet
82 x 81 cm, (1881)

The elegant poplar trees on the banks of the River Epte, seen against a patchy blue summer sky, fuse with their reflected image in a network of brightly coloured brushstrokes. This is a work from Monet's celebrated series of poplar paintings made between the spring and autumn of 1891, the year after...

Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, United States)
TOP2762/1000
Max Beckmann - ColumbineColumbineMax Beckmann
381 x 500 cm, (1950)

Painted in 1949, Vor dem Ball (Zwei Frauen mit Katze) is an intensely evocative work which exemplifies the bold depictions of women Beckmann carried out in America during the final years of his life. Throughout his career femininity was central to his iconography.

The Saint Louis Art Museum (United States)
 
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Edward Hopper - SummertimeSummertimeEdward Hopper

Summertime conveys the feeling of a sweltering day in New York City. The curtain on the window seems set in motion by an interior fan, emphasizing the lack of air. The strong verticals and horizontals of the architecture and sidewalk, based on preparatory drawings of a particular building Hopper l...

Delaware Art Museum (United States)
 
TOP4716/1000
Franz Xaver Winterhalter - FlorindaFlorindaFranz Xaver Winterhalter
178 x 246 cm, (1853)

This painting depicts an episode from the legend of Roderick, the last king of the Spanish Visigoths. After spying on his maids of honor to determine the fairest among them, the king chose Florinda (at center left), who became the object of his love. In revenge, Florinda's father called the Arabs in...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)
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Wassily Kandinsky - Several Circles, Solomon R. GSeveral Circles, Solomon R. GWassily Kandinsky

When Kandinsky returned to his native Moscow after the outbreak of World War I, his expressive abstract style underwent changes that reflected the utopian artistic experiments of the Russian avant-garde. The emphasis on geometric forms, promoted by artists such as Kazimir Malevich, Aleksandr Rodchen...

Guggenheim (New York, United States)
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