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The 1000++ Artworks of media Oil

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Giorgio De Chirico - Hector and AndromacheHector and AndromacheGiorgio De Chirico

Giorgio De Chirico painted a surrealist and partially cubist oil painting entitled 'Hector and Andromache' between 1917. The artist was inspired by those two art movements while he lived in Italy and Europe at the time. This painting was product of both cubist and surrealist schools of thought over...

Central Square (New York, United States)
 
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Albrecht Altdorfer - The Battle of Alexander at IssusThe Battle of Alexander at IssusAlbrecht Altdorfer

he Battle of Alexander at Issus (German: Alexanderschlacht) is a 1529 oil painting by the German artist Albrecht Altdorfer (c. 1480–1538), a pioneer of landscape art and a founding member of the Danube school. It portrays the 333 BC Battle of Issus, in which Alexander the Great secured a decisive vi...

Alte Pinakothek (Munchen, Germany)
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Edward Hopper - Nighthawks, The Art Institute of Chicago, ChicaNighthawks, The Art Institute of Chicago, ChicaEdward Hopper

Edward Hopper said that Nighthawks was inspired by “a restaurant on New York’s Greenwich Avenue where two streets meet,” but the image—with its carefully constructed composition and lack of narrative—has a timeless, universal quality that transcends its particular locale. One of the best-known image...

 
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John Atkinson Grimshaw - Canny GlasgowCanny GlasgowJohn Atkinson Grimshaw

This painting is one of the later works of John Atkinson Grimshaw, who devoted his life to painting, who believed: 'Music (except composing) is ephemeral-Art (painting and so on) is eternal-relatively speaking.' In the early 1880s, J. A. Grimshaw became increasingly prolific, and he began to examine...

Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum (Madrid, Spain)
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Pablo Picasso - Portrait of JacquelinePortrait of JacquelinePablo Picasso

The New York Times described it as 'a black, gray and white Cubist oil of Jacqueline Roque, Picasso’s second wife.' On February 28, 2007, the painting was one of two stolen from the home of Picasso's granddaughter Diana Widmaier-Picasso. The other was Maya with Doll. On August 7, 2007, French offici...

Galerie Rosengart (Luzern, Switzerland)
 
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Lord Frederic Leighton - Flaming JuneFlaming JuneLord Frederic Leighton

It is the last and in some ways the most abstract of his many attempts to evoke a story, or conjure a mood, through the depiction of a solitary female figure. Flaming June was painted from life, although the identity of the model who sat to Leighton for the picture remained a mystery until as recen...

Museo de Arte de Ponce (France)
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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
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Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi) - The Seven Acts Of MercyThe Seven Acts Of MercyCaravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi)

The Seven Acts Of Mercy (Italian: Sette opere di Misericordiais), also known as The Seven Acts of Mercy, is an oil painting by Italian painter Caravaggio, circa 1607. It is housed in the church of Pio Monte della Misericordia in Naples. Originally it was meant to be seven separate panels around the ...

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Lord Frederic Leighton - Clytie 1Clytie 1Lord Frederic Leighton

'Clytie' was the second picture of that title painted by Leighton. The nymph Clytie falls in love with Apollo the sun god but is rejected by him. She takes up a position in a remote spot and remains there neither eating nor drinking and drawing her only nourishment from her tears. Day after day she ...

Leighton House Museum (United Kingdom)
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Jackson Pollock - There Were Seven in EightThere Were Seven in EightJackson Pollock

According to Pollock's wife Krasner, Pollock started There Were Seven in Eight in the fall of 1943, abandoned it for a while, and then returned to it after many months had passed. As Krasner remembered it, Pollock began this composition with 'more or less recognizable imagery - heads, parts of the b...

The Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)