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Paul Gauguin - Yellow ChristYellow ChristPaul Gauguin

The Yellow Christ (in French: Le Christ jaune) is a painting executed by Paul Gauguin in autumn 1889 in Pont-Aven. Together with The Green Christ, it is considered to be one of the key-works of Symbolism in painting. Gauguin first visited Pont-Aven in 1886. He returned to the village in early 1888 t...

Albright-Knox Art Gallery (United States)
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Jean Frederic Bazille - Family ReunionFamily ReunionJean Frederic Bazille

Réunion de famille also called Portraits de famille (Family Reunion also called Family Portraits) which he completed in 1867 and altered slightly two years later. It is a large painting, measuring 152cms x 230cms. The subject of the work is an extended family gathering at Bazille’s family’s countr...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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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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Camille Pissarro - Red Roofs, Corner of a Village, WinterRed Roofs, Corner of a Village, WinterCamille Pissarro

Pissarro's painting entitled Red Roofs, Corner of a Village, Winter is a relatively small canvas measuring only about 55 by 88 cm. It is oil on canvas and is on display at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. Most Impressionist artists painted in the open air. They would take their easels and canvases out i...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Edouard Manet - Olympia, Musee d-Orsay, ParisOlympia, Musee d'Orsay, ParisEdouard Manet

This painting is an example or realism — a style that shows exactly what the eye sees. It created an uproar, not because the subject was nude, but because of the way he painted her gaze and other subtleties indicating that she was a mistress.

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)