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Edouard Manet - OlympiaOlympiaEdouard Manet

Though Manet's Le déjeuner sur l'herbe sparked controversy in 1863, his Olympia (1863) stirred an even bigger uproar when it was first exhibited at the 1865 Paris Salon. What shocked contemporary audiences was not Olympia's nudity, nor even the presence of her fully clothed maid, but her confrontati...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Salvador Dali - Premonition of Civil WarPremonition of Civil WarSalvador Dali

Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) (1936) is a painting by Spanish Surrealist Salvador Dalí. Dali made this painting to represent the horrors of the Spanish Civil War. Dali painted this work six months before the Spanish Civil War had even begun and then claimed that he h...

Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, United States)
 
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Edward Hopper - SundaySundayEdward Hopper

Sunday is characteristic of Hopper's vision of twentieth-century America. At first commonplace, his art has unexpected resonance, showing the significant rather than the beautiful. The interplay between particular and generalized components, an ongoing aspect of Hopper's work, contributes to the wor...

The Phillips Collection (Washington, United States)
 
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Franz Xaver Winterhalter - FlorindaFlorindaFranz Xaver Winterhalter
178 x 246 cm, (1853)

This painting depicts an episode from the legend of Roderick, the last king of the Spanish Visigoths. After spying on his maids of honor to determine the fairest among them, the king chose Florinda (at center left), who became the object of his love. In revenge, Florinda's father called the Arabs in...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, United States)
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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)