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The 1000++ Artworks of topic Roads,Buildings,Landscape and ...

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Vincent Van Gogh - The Street, the Yellow HouseThe Street, the Yellow HouseVincent Van Gogh

The Yellow House is the title generally given to an oil painting by the 19th-century Dutch Post-Impressionist painterVincent van Gogh. This title refers to the right wing of the building, 2, Place Lamartine, Arles, France, the house where, on May 1, 1888, Vincent Van Gogh rented four rooms, two larg...

Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
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Nicolas Poussin - A Roman RoadA Roman RoadNicolas Poussin

This landscape has been identified as Poussin's canvas of 1648, recorded by Andr‚ F‚libien (1685) in the collection of Philippe de Lorraine in Paris. F‚libien described the picture as 'a landscape where there is a broad road.' This 'broad road' divides the scene in half, and a series of small figure...

Dulwich Picture Gallery (London, United Kingdom)
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Vincent Van Gogh - The SowerThe SowerVincent Van Gogh

The Sower painting by Vincent van Gogh is one with which most of his fans will be familiar. It's usually mentioned as part of a series he did inspired by the work of Jean-Francois Millet, rather than the symbolism that can be taken from the sower. The possible reference to the biblical parable of th...

Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
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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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Paul Signac - Breakfast (The Dining Room)Breakfast (The Dining Room)Paul Signac

In Signac's Dining Room, the scene is backlit from a window, giving a dramatic light creating silhouettes and strong contrasts of light and shade. This type of lighting was used occasionally by Degas, but not by the Impressionists, who avoided such extremes of contrast. When sunsets were painted by ...

Kröller-Müller Museum (Otterlo, Netherlands)