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Ivan Aivazovsky - The Ninth WaveThe Ninth WaveIvan Aivazovsky

The Ninth Wave is perhaps the most impressive and well-known painting by Russian marine painter Ivan Aivazovsky; it was painted in 1850. It depicts a sea after a night storm and people facing death attempting to save themselves by clinging to debris from a wrecked ship. The painting has warm tones i...

Maxime Emile Louis Maufra - The Port of La Rochelle at TwilightThe Port of La Rochelle at TwilightMaxime Emile Louis Maufra

Raphael never married. Although he was engaged for a short time, he was unmotivated to wed, and the bride-to-be died before they were wed. He did, however, have a long-time mistress, Margherita Luti, who was the daughter of a baker. X-ray analysis of the painting has revealed that the background of ...

Claude Monet - The Studio BoatThe Studio BoatClaude Monet

Shortly after Monet moved to Argenteuil, he bought a boat and converted it into a floating studio. He kept it moored near his home and used it to get a vista of the riverbank from the water. As seen here, he also painted it from the bank to study the effects of shadow and reflection at a distance.

The Barnes Foundation (United States)
William Turner - Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour-s MouthSnow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour's MouthWilliam Turner

Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth is an oil on canvas painting by the English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker William Turner. It was painted in 1842. This painting (91 x 122 cm) is currently housed in the Tate Gallery, London.

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)