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Henri Matisse - Dance (II)Dance (II)Henri Matisse
260 x 391 cm, (1910)

There are two versions of The Dance, the first, painted in March of 1909, is the study for the second one, completed in 1910. The large work, painted along the lines of William Blake’s painting “Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing,” was painted along with its companion piece, Music, which ...

Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Paul Signac - The Pine Tree at St. TropezThe Pine Tree at St. TropezPaul Signac

This giclée print offers beautiful color accuracy. Giclée (French for “to spray”) is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are sprayed onto the paper’s surface creating natural color transitions.

Pushkin State Museum (Moscow, Russia)
Pavel Filonov - Peasant FamilyPeasant FamilyPavel Filonov

Peasant Family is a painting of 1914 by the French Artist Pavel Filonov (1883–1941). The ink painting is drawn on Analytical Realism style and based on religious painting genre. It is an earlier work by Filonov and is housed at Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. The painting represents a Peasant Family...

The Russian Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Vincent Van Gogh - A Group of CottagesA Group of CottagesVincent Van Gogh

A group of Cottages is thought to be the study he mentions in his letter of 21 May 1890 to his brother Theo and wife Jo immediately after arriving in Auvers:'... when I wrote to you I hadn’t yet done anything. Now I have a study of old thatched roofs with a field of peas in flower and some wheat in ...

The State Hermitage Museum (Russia)
Henri Matisse - GoldfishGoldfishHenri Matisse

Like his contemporaries, Matisse was aware of the liberating aesthetic and picture making influence of Japanese art on his predecessors from the impressionists to the postimpressionists. The following painting, The goldfish 1912, is possibly inspired by the many oriental images of goldfish that he w...

Pushkin State Museum (Moscow, Russia)
Tiziano Vecellio (Titian) - St SebastianSt SebastianTiziano Vecellio (Titian)

Titian's early series of female portraits are one of the glories of the Venetian Renaissance. Depicted with loving care, his sitters - however idealized in the final composition - are too full of life and character not to have been taken from the model.The Woman with a Mirror is probably among the e...

The Hermitage (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Patrick Nasmyth - Landscape with a PondLandscape with a PondPatrick Nasmyth

Unlike other Italian cities such as Florence and Mantua, there are relatively few surviving examples of fifteenth-century portraiture in Siena - a genre that was becoming popular elsewhere. The painting of a young woman, now in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, is one that does survive. It ...

The Hermitage (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Rombout Van Troyen - Beheading of John the BaptistBeheading of John the BaptistRombout Van Troyen

Although often included among the ranks of the followers of Caravaggio in Rome, a grouping which the nocturnal effects of the Lamentation make plausible, Turchi in fact exercised considerable independence in his choice of sources and influences. Painted in 1617, only a few years after he left his na...

The Hermitage (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Nicolas Lancret - Concert in the ParkConcert in the ParkNicolas Lancret

'The painting was executed for the Marco Marazzuoli, a virtuoso musician who played the harp and also composed for the instrument. Known also as ''Marco dell'Arpa'' (''Marco of the Harp''), he was part of the extensive Barberini entourage of musicians. Marazzuoli was the friend and fellow countryman...

The Hermitage (St. Petersburg, Russia)