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Edward Hopper - Nighthawks, The Art Institute of Chicago, ChicaNighthawks, The Art Institute of Chicago, ChicaEdward Hopper

Nighthawks, according to Hopper himself, was loosely based on a restaurant in the Greenwich Avenue of New York. There’s a sense of universality that this image captures. Even though it lacks a concrete narrative, it’s intricately designed composition will never get old for its viewers. The painting ...

Cy Twombly - The Four Seasons - Summer - Part IIThe Four Seasons - Summer - Part IICy Twombly

Cy Twombly, Quattro stagioni, Part II: Estate, Synthetic polymer paint, oil, house paint, pencil and crayon on canvas

MOMA (New York, United States)
Gustav Klimt - Kirche in CassoneKirche in CassoneGustav Klimt

The church was painted from a point of view in Malcesine, near the Villa Gruber in Dossodi Ferri on the peninsula Val di Sogno and Klimt used a telescope. Malcesine is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Verona in the Italy Main sights Its most prominent landmark is the Castello Scaligero, w...

Private collection
Alphonse Marie Adolphe De Neuville - The defence of rorkes driftThe defence of rorkes driftAlphonse Marie Adolphe De Neuville

Alphonse Marie Adolphe De Neuville was a military artist who accompanied the army and painted scenes from many confrontations. The Defence of Rorkes Drift is one of the scenes he depicted from the Zulu War that was fought between the British Empire and the Zulu Kingdom. The painting shows many injur...

Rorke's Drift (Natal Province, South Africa)
Edward Coley Burne-Jones - The Mirror of VenusThe Mirror of VenusEdward Coley Burne-Jones

The scene is purely imaginary, and shows Venus and her maidens gazing at their reflections in a pool of water. The landscape is arid and rocky; these strangely lunar landscapes were to become a recurring feature of his art, widely imitated by his followers. The mood and the colour are Pre-Raphaelit...

Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisbon, Portugal)
Fernando Botero Angulo - promenade dans les collinespromenade dans les collinesFernando Botero Angulo

The “strolling” priest is moving nowhere. He is not walking; he is, indeed, strolling in life. But even this is too much of a movement for him – he is rather standing like a plant. He doesn’t have active (creative) goals. He is as stationary as stationery. He is the stationery for the church hierarc...