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The 109 Artworks tagged with Gameroom

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Wassily Kandinsky - Improvisation. GorgeImprovisation. GorgeWassily Kandinsky

Improvization (Russian: Импровизация) is a painting of 1914 by the Russian Impressionist Wassily Kandinsky (1866–1944). The oil on canvas painting is a part of the Improvisations series and is drawn on abstract painting style and genre and it measures 97 by 98 centimeters. It is now housed at Städti...

Stadtische Galerie in Lenbach (Munich, Germany)
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Paul Cezanne - The Card PlayersThe Card PlayersPaul Cezanne

The Card Players is a series of oil paintings by the French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Cézanne. Painted during Cézanne's final period in the early 1890s, there are five paintings in the series. The versions vary in size and in the number of players depicted. Cézanne also completed numerous drawi...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Vincent Van Gogh - The Night Cafe [1888]The Night Cafe [1888]Vincent Van Gogh

The Night Café (original French title: Le Café de nuit) is an oil painting created in Arles in September 1888, by Vincent van Gogh. Its title is inscribed lower right beneath the signature. The interior depicted is the Café de la Gare, 30 Place Lamartine, run by Joseph-Michel and his wife Marie Gino...

Yale University Art Gallery (New Haven, United States)
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Pablo Picasso - Guitar playerGuitar playerPablo Picasso

The first stage of Picasso's cubism is known as analytical cubism. It began in 1908 and ended in 1912, which for Picasso is quite a long time for a style to last. Picasso's work lost all concept of dimensions, and no great detail had gone into any section of the art, he had taken simplicity to the ...

 
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Pablo Picasso - Mother and child (Marie-Therese and Maya)Mother and child (Marie-Therese and Maya)Pablo Picasso

Mother and Child was also inspired by Picasso’s own life. Three years earlier, he had married Olga Koklova, a Russian dancer, with whom he had a son in 1921. For the next few years, Picasso produced at least 12 images of mothers with children, returning to a theme that he had explored during his Blu...

 
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Giorgio De Chirico - The Prodigal SonThe Prodigal SonGiorgio De Chirico

The Prodigal Son (Italian: Il figliol prodigo) is a painting by the Greek-born Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico. It is painted in tempera on canvas and was completed in 1922 as de Chirico was in transition from the Metaphysical style of his earlier works to the neoclassicism he essayed in the 1920s...

Galleria d'Arte Moderna (Milan, Italy)
 
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Joan Miro - PaintingPaintingJoan Miro
130 x 163 cm, (1933)

Painting, 1933 ,one of the famous abstract oil paintings of Joan Miro.Surrealist Spanish artist Joan Miropaints with childlike exuberance in joyful rebellion against conventional painting methods. Influenced by the 1920's Paris counterculture, his art is filled with wonderful absurdity. He often use...

Fundació Joan Miró (Barcelona, Spain)
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John Singer Sargent - Carnation, Lily, Lily, RoseCarnation, Lily, Lily, RoseJohn Singer Sargent

The painting is set in an English garden in Broadway in the Cotswolds, where John Singer Sargent spent the summer of 1885. Sargent wanted to capture the exact level of light at dusk so he painted the picture out of doors, in the Impressionist manner. Every day in a period in the summer and autumn he...

Tate Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
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Umberto Boccioni - The City RisesThe City RisesUmberto Boccioni
199 x 301 cm, (1910)

The City Rises (La città che sale) (1910) is an important painting by the Italian painter Umberto Boccioni. In 1912 the picture was bought by the musician Ferruccio Busoni during the travelling futurist art exposition in Europe. It has been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in New York as part o...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
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Rene Magritte - False MirrorFalse MirrorRene Magritte

The False Mirror is an allegorical painting done by Mr. Magritte in the Surrealist art form during his Surrealist period in Paris. The style of this type of art work has also been referred to as “magical realism.” It was completed in 1928. The use of this particular body part is telling in that it ...

 
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Juan Gris - Portrait of Madame Josette GrisPortrait of Madame Josette GrisJuan Gris

It seems that this is based on the physical appearance of Josette, Juan Gris’ partner, who posed to a greater or lesser extent for each work. In Portrait de Madame Josette Gris, Josette is sitting in a chair, in front a section of wall, the lower part of which is wood-panelled. The shadow she casts ...

Museo del Prado (Spain)
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Wassily Kandinsky - View of Murnau with train and castelView of Murnau with train and castelWassily Kandinsky

View of Murnau (Russian: Вид Мурнау) is an 1909 oil painting by Russian painter and art theorist, Wassily Kandinsky. It was created in Munich on cardboard by use of expressionism style and landscape genre. The painting measures 36 by 49 centimeters and is now housed at Städtische Galerie im Lenbachh...

Stadtische Galerie in Lenbach (Munich, Germany)
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Arshile Gorky - The Liver is the Cock-s CombThe Liver is the Cock's CombArshile Gorky

This painting contains many veiled references to Gorky's life and history, while it simultaneously creates visual puns and double meanings that function on many levels. The liver is often referred to in ancient texts as the center for passion, instead of the heart. The 'cock's comb' is both the head...

Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, United States)
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Robert Delaunay - Eiffel TowerEiffel TowerRobert Delaunay
126 x 93 cm, (1914)

Taking advantage of the vast space the tower inhabits, Delaunay retraced the motion of the eye as it follows the trajectory of the structure up to the sky and back down again. As the eye moves from the tree in the foreground to the distant tip of the tower, and follows the curved branch across the f...

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York, United States)
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Edward Hopper - People in the SunPeople in the SunEdward Hopper

In Edward Hopper's People in the Sun, five men and women sit on a terrace beneath a vast blue sky. Stark contrasts and cool light emphasize the eerie expressions, frozen poses, and formal attire of the visitors. Hopper distilled his memories of tourist destinations in the American West to create a s...

Smithsonian American Art Museum (United States)
 
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Salvador Dali - The Enigma of HitlerThe Enigma of HitlerSalvador Dali

The wilted tree of life with branches cut off represents the material plane not being rooted in the life. This is emphasized by one end of the tree being cut off in the painting. Hitler is represented as a torn photo. There are several peculiarities to note. Only this object has a recognizable face ...

 
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Wassily Kandinsky - Composition VIIIComposition VIIIWassily Kandinsky

The viewer receives quite a shock in moving from the apocalyptic emotion of Composition VII to the geometrical rhythm of Composition VIII. Painted ten years later in 1923, Composition VIII reflects the influence of Suprematism and Constructivism absorbed by Kandinsky while in Russia prior to his ret...

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York, United States)
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John Singleton Copley - Watson and the SharkWatson and the SharkJohn Singleton Copley

Copley and Brook Watson became friends after the American artist arrived in London in 1774. Watson commissioned him to create a painting of the 1749 event, and Copley produced three versions. It was the first of a series of large-scale historical paintings that Copley would concentrate on after sett...

National Gallery of Art (Washington, United States)
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Franz Marc - TyrolTyrolFranz Marc

The full implication of this motif for the art of Franz Marc can best be seen in one of his last oil paintings, Tirol, painted in 1913 and retouched in 1914. The overall image of this painting is, as in Fate of the Animals, one of cataclysmic destruction. The heavens have broken asunder and mountain...

Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst (Munich, Germany)
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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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Frida Kahlo - My Dress Hangs ThereMy Dress Hangs ThereFrida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo painted what she knew. Most of her works were reflections about her own life and what she was going on in her personal life. When Frida Kahlo went to New York with her husband in 1933, for there second visit, she began painting My Dress Hangs There. This painting portrays Frida's feeling...

Hoover Gallery (San Francisco, United States)
 
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George Grosz - The AgitatorThe AgitatorGeorge Grosz

The Agitator is representing Adolph Hitler. The castle in the top left hand corner represents the old Imperial Germany and the drum is for marches. The 'big boot' means he will crush any opposing threats to him. The turkey represents good times ahead, but the gravy and wine are blood red meaning tha...

 
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Joan Miro - The Birth of the WorldThe Birth of the WorldJoan Miro

Joan Miró said that The Birth of the World depicts “a sort of genesis”—the amorphous beginnings of life. To make this work, Miró poured, brushed, and flung paint on an unevenly primed canvas so that the paint soaked in some areas and rested on top in others. Atop this relatively uncontrolled applica...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
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Juan Gris - Still Life before an Open Window aka Place RavignanStill Life before an Open Window aka Place RavignanJuan Gris

In this breakthrough work, Juan Gris combined indoor and outdoor views within the same painting. The artist achieved this blend of interior and exterior through interrelated pictorial elements and subtle modulations of color, including an intense, unearthly blue that suffuses the work with a dreamy ...

Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, United States)
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Fernand Leger - The Great ParadeThe Great ParadeFernand Leger

Fernand Léger’s use of streamlined forms derived from mechanical imagery dates from World War I, when he served in the French army. His predilection for military hardware and its gleaming surfaces coincided with his feelings of solidarity with the foot soldiers surrounding him in the trenches. The m...

Musee National Fernand Leger (France)
 
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Claude Monet - The Pont de l-Europe, Gare Saint-LazareThe Pont de l'Europe, Gare Saint-LazareClaude Monet

This impressionistic masterpiece was described in the Third Impressionist Exhibition by the magazine L'homme libre' as: 'a true wonder. Monet's paintbrush has represented not only the movement, the color and the activity, but also the rejoicing. It's unforgettable. The station, of course, is full of...

Musée Marmottan (Paris, France)
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Thomas Hart Benton - City Building (Study for America Today)City Building (Study for America Today)Thomas Hart Benton

The Met’s presentation of “America Today” might even convince a few anti-Bentonites to look anew at this cantankerous and controversial figure, who in his W.P.A. days, was a mentor to Pollock but was later shunned by Abstract Expressionist painters, who considered him hopelessly retrograde and insuf...

 
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Franz Marc - Grazing Horses IV (also known as The Red Horses)Grazing Horses IV (also known as The Red Horses)Franz Marc

“Grazing Horses IV,” also known as “The Red Horses,” painted by Franz Marc in 1911, to serve as an example of the fate of these choice items illegally culled from the cultural temples of Germany. A closer examination of its history helps us in our understanding of how historical information is conve...

Busch-Reisinger Museum (United States)
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Children by the Sea in GuernseyChildren by the Sea in GuernseyPierre-Auguste Renoir

On a bay ringed by cliffs, fashionable young Parisians enjoy the sun and sea. The picture is loosely defined, and unfinished at its right and upper edges. But the artist didn’t paint it en plain air.Renoir spent the summer of 1883 sketching the beaches of Guernsey, an island in the English Channel. ...

The Barnes Foundation (United States)
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Edward Hopper - Cape Cod MorningCape Cod MorningEdward Hopper

In Cape Cod Morning Edward Hopper captures the post-war mood of anxiety in this stark, ambiguous painting. John Sloan and Andrew Wyeth are among other realist painters in the collection. Some American modernists found new ways of depicting the spirit of their age. The dynamic rhythms of modern life ...

Smithsonian American Art Museum Directions (United States)
 
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Vincent Van Gogh - Memory of the Garden at EttenMemory of the Garden at EttenVincent Van Gogh

The 'Garden at Etten' refers to the parsonage garden at Etten (now Etten-Leur) where Vincent's father Theodorus van Gogh, a pastor, had been called in 1875. The painting is plainly influenced by Gauguin's Arlésiennes (Mistral) painted at the same time. In his letters about the painting Vincent makes...

Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia)
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Max Ernst - Of This Men Shall Know NothingOf This Men Shall Know NothingMax Ernst

Ernst studied philosophy and psychology in Bonn and was interested in the alternative realities experienced by the insane. This painting may have been inspired by the psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud’s study of the delusions of a paranoiac, Daniel Paul Schreber. Freud identified Schreber’s fantasy of bec...

Tate Gallery (London, United Kingdom)