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The 9 Artworks of topic Gardens and containing the word parks" and containing the word gyula hincz, gardens and containing the word parks, birth and containing the word death

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John William Waterhouse - The Enchanted GardenThe Enchanted GardenJohn William Waterhouse

The enchanted garden (1916) is an oil painting by the English Pre-Raphaelite painter John William Waterhouse. This was one of Waterhouse's final paintings. He left it unfinished at his death. He created this haven of warmth in the winter of his life, but almost unwittingly imbued it with a deeper me...

Lady Lever Art Gallery (Merseyside, United Kingdom)
Camille Pissarro - Vegetable Garden and Trees in Blossom, Spring, PontoiseVegetable Garden and Trees in Blossom, Spring, PontoiseCamille Pissarro

The colour from the sky plays not only on therooftops, but into the plum blossoms as well. Pissarros’s delicate brushwork is evident in all aspects of the piece,with short strokes on the greenery of the vegetables and the tree blossoms, aswell as the mix of clouds and clear sky above the hilltop. Th...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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John William Waterhouse - Psyche entering Cupid-s GardenPsyche entering Cupid's GardenJohn William Waterhouse

Psyche entering Cupid's garden (1900) is an oil painting by the English Pre-Raphaelite painter John William Waterhouse. Psyche represents the human spirit or soul, and in mythology she was represented as a princess so beautiful that people adored her instead of Venus. To put an end to this sacrilege...

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Jean Baptiste Camille Corot - The Forum Seen from the Farnese GardensThe Forum Seen from the Farnese GardensJean Baptiste Camille Corot

The pendants The Coliseum Seen from the Farnese Gardens and The Forum Seen from the Farnese Gardens were chosen by Corot himself to represent his work in the Louvre after his death. For him the trip to Rome had meant the discovery of the luminosity of Mediterranean sites, rather than the traces of a...

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Jean Baptiste Camille Corot - The Coliseum Seen from the Farnese GardensThe Coliseum Seen from the Farnese GardensJean Baptiste Camille Corot

The pendants The Coliseum Seen from the Farnese Gardens and The Forum Seen from the Farnese Gardens were chosen by Corot himself to represent his work in the Louvre after his death. For him the trip to Rome had meant the discovery of the luminosity of Mediterranean sites, rather than the traces of a...