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The 1000++ Artworks of topic Animals,Forests and ...

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Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin - Morning in a Pine ForestMorning in a Pine ForestIvan Ivanovich Shishkin

The Morning in a Pine Forest (Russian: Утро в сосновом лесу) is a painting by Russian artists Ivan Shishkin and Konstantin Savitsky. Savitsky has painted the bears, but the art collector Pavel Tretyakov effaced his signature, stating that 'from idea until performance, everything discloses the painti...

Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow, Russia)
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Fernand Leger - Nudes in the ForestNudes in the ForestFernand Leger

Nudes in the Forest (1909–10), This painting was exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants in 1911 and is considered Léger's first major work showcasing his break from Impressionism and his alliance with Cubism, particularly in his monochromatic palette and his breaking of form into geometric shapes. ...

 
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Giuseppe Arcimboldo - Vertumnus (Vertumno)Vertumnus (Vertumno)Giuseppe Arcimboldo

Vertumnus (Emperor Rudolph II) is a painting by Giuseppe Arcimboldo in the collection of the Skoklosters Slott, Bålsta. The inspiration of painting comes from god of seasons, Vertumnus, who was supposed to have power to change his form at his will. The painting displays Emporer Rudolph II with fru...

Skoklosters Slott (Bålsta, Sweden)
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Joan Miro - Seated Woman IISeated Woman IIJoan Miro
162 x 130 cm, (1938)

The expressionistic Seated Woman II can be seen as a final manifestation of Joan Miró’s peintures sauvages, works characterized by violence of execution and imagery. It was painted at a time when Miró, like Pablo Picasso and Julio González, was responding acutely to the events of the Spanish Civil W...

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (Venice, Italy)
 
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Henri Matisse - Dance (II)Dance (II)Henri Matisse
260 x 391 cm, (1910)

There are two versions of The Dance, the first, painted in March of 1909, is the study for the second one, completed in 1910. The large work, painted along the lines of William Blake’s painting “Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing,” was painted along with its companion piece, Music, which ...

Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia)