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The 17 Artworks ... and ...

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Edward Hopper - Office at NightOffice at NightEdward Hopper

The painting depicts an office, occupied by an attractive young woman in a short-sleeved blue dress, who is standing at an open file cabinet, and a slightly older man who is perhaps in early middle age. He is dressed in a three-piece suit and is seated behind a desk. The nature of the office is uncl...

Walker Art Center (United States)
 
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Jan Steen - Skittle Players outside an InnSkittle Players outside an InnJan Steen

This idyllic landscape, with skittle players and figures seated on the grass outside The White Swan inn, is an unusual subject for Jan Steen, who is best known as a painter of rowdy domestic and tavern interiors. These inns are always packed with visitors, and the confused murmur of many voices is ...

National Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
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Giovanni Zanobio Weber - Medal of Grand Duke Cosimo IIIMedal of Grand Duke Cosimo IIIGiovanni Zanobio Weber

'In the mid-1460s Pope Pius II commissioned four of Siena's leading painters to execute altarpieces for his newly completed cathedral in Pienza. These were the two slightly older painters Sano di Pietro and Giovanni di Paolo, the tried and tested Vecchietta, and a younger painter, Matteo di Giovanni...

Museo di Palazzo Martelli (Florence, Italy)
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Tiziano Vecellio (Titian) - Venus with a MirrorVenus with a MirrorTiziano Vecellio (Titian)

In the 1620s in Roman circles, a definite change came about in the subject matter of musical paintings. The representation of figures playing musical instruments in 'cultivated' domestic interiors (the direct descendants of Caravaggio's Lute Player and Musicians) disappeared. Within the space of a v...

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Tiziano Vecellio (Titian) - Woman in a Fur Coat (detail)Woman in a Fur Coat (detail)Tiziano Vecellio (Titian)

In the 1620s in Roman circles, a definite change came about in the subject matter of musical paintings. The representation of figures playing musical instruments in 'cultivated' domestic interiors (the direct descendants of Caravaggio's Lute Player and Musicians) disappeared. Within the space of a v...

Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna, Austria)