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The 51 Artworks tagged with Travel

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Vincent Van Gogh - The Street, the Yellow HouseThe Street, the Yellow HouseVincent Van Gogh

The Yellow House is the title generally given to an oil painting by the 19th-century Dutch Post-Impressionist painterVincent van Gogh. This title refers to the right wing of the building, 2, Place Lamartine, Arles, France, the house where, on May 1, 1888, Vincent Van Gogh rented four rooms, two larg...

Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
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Claude Monet - Grainstack in the Morning, Snow EffectGrainstack in the Morning, Snow EffectClaude Monet

Haystacks is a title of a series of impressionist paintings by Claude Monet. The primary subjects of all of the paintings in the series are stacks of hay in the field after the harvest season. The title refers primarily to a twenty-five canvas series (Wildenstein Index Number 1266-1290) begun in the...

Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, United States)
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Caspar David Friedrich - Chalk Cliffs on RügenChalk Cliffs on RügenCaspar David Friedrich

The painting depicts the view from the chalk cliffs of the Stubbenkammer, at that time one of the most famous lookout points on the island. It is frequently but incorrectly believed that the Wissower Klinken outcrops in particular were a model for the painting; however, these did not exist at the ti...

Oskar Reinhart Collection (Winterthur, Switzerland)
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Claude Monet - The Studio BoatThe Studio BoatClaude Monet

Shortly after Monet moved to Argenteuil, he bought a boat and converted it into a floating studio. He kept it moored near his home and used it to get a vista of the riverbank from the water. As seen here, he also painted it from the bank to study the effects of shadow and reflection at a distance.

The Barnes Foundation (United States)
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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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Claude Monet - Cart on the Snow Covered Road with Saint-Simeon FarmCart on the Snow Covered Road with Saint-Simeon FarmClaude Monet

This view of Honfleur was dated 1865 by Monet, when the painting entered the Louvre in 1911. However, the letters of a local painter, Alexandre Dubourg, recalling the snowscapes painted by the artist in 1867, make this later date more likely. The roof on the left is probably the Saint-Siméon farm, t...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Winslow Homer - The Gulf StreamThe Gulf StreamWinslow Homer
71 x 124 cm, (1906)

The Gulf Stream is an 1899 oil painting by Winslow Homer. It shows a man in a small rudderless fishing boat struggling against the waves of the sea, and was the artist's last statement on a theme that had interested him for more than a decade. Homer vacationed often in Florida, Cuba, and the Caribbe...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)
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Paul Gauguin - The Loss of Virginity (also known as The Awakening of Spring)The Loss of Virginity (also known as The Awakening of Spring)Paul Gauguin

This painting was produced in Paris in the brief period when Gauguin was interested in Symbolism. It depicts a Breton landscape with a naked young woman lying in the foreground. Behind her, a fox, the symbol of lust in Hindu mythology, can be seen. In the background, a wedding procession in Breton c...

Chrysler Museum of Art (United States)
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - A Road in LouveciennesA Road in LouveciennesPierre-Auguste Renoir

This picture, which is in effect drawn directly with paint, was almost certainly executed out-of-doors about 1870. The site is in the village of Louveciennes, west of Paris, where Renoir's parents had a summer home. Camille Pissarro, who lived and worked in the village in 1869–70, painted a view of ...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)
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