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The 1000++ Artworks created around 1925 and containing the word marc chagall, fauvism, buildings, mountains, 1925



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Henri Matisse - Landscape viewed from a WindowLandscape viewed from a WindowHenri Matisse

its bold color and flat perspective reflects a Moroccan influence in Matisse's work. This was among several works acquired directly from Matisse in Paris by the Russian collector Ivan Morozov. After the Russian Revolution the Morozov collection was confiscated and eventually by 1948 the collection ...

Pushkin State Museum (Moscow, Russia)
 
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Max Beckmann - The NightThe NightMax Beckmann

The Night is a 20th-century painting by German artist Max Beckmann, created between the years of 1918 and 1919. It is an icon of the post-World War I movement, Neue Sachlichkeit, or New Objectivity. It is an oil painting on canvas.
Three men appear to invade a small, cramped room, where they te...

Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Düsseldorf, Germany)
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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - The Red Tower at HalleThe Red Tower at HalleErnst Ludwig Kirchner

The painting shows the so called “red tower” a freestanding late Gothic bell tower wuth a Gothic brick base, one of the landmarks of the city of Halle. It stands on same square as the Marktkirche (the church to the left in the background) which Feininger chose as a motif in his work. The square is p...

Museum Folkwang (Essen, Germany)
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Edward Hopper - SundaySundayEdward Hopper

Sunday is characteristic of Hopper's vision of twentieth-century America. At first commonplace, his art has unexpected resonance, showing the significant rather than the beautiful. The interplay between particular and generalized components, an ongoing aspect of Hopper's work, contributes to the wor...

The Phillips Collection (Washington, United States)
 
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Joan Miro - The Birth of the WorldThe Birth of the WorldJoan Miro

Joan Miro was in the midst of studying poetry when he produced Birth Of The World (1925) along with other works of the time depicting ‘dream pictures’ and ‘imaginary landscapes’ where his surrealism coincides with his poetic journey. In Birth Of The World, the shapes and lines seem unstructured, as ...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Henri Matisse - Basket with OrangesBasket with OrangesHenri Matisse
94 x 83 cm, (1913)

Oranges were more than food for Matisse. They were to him what apples were for Cezanne. They became signs of joy, discs of pure color. One of the proudest moments of Matisse's life was when Picasso bought his Basket of Oranges in 1945. Matisse reciprocated by sending Picasso a crate of real oranges ...

Musée du Louvre (Paris, France)
 
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Marc Chagall - The PromenadeThe PromenadeMarc Chagall

Housed in the Israel Museum of Jerusalem, Chagall painted this in Vitebsk between 1917 and 1918, during the winters. Made after the October Revolution, his painting somehow participated in the overwhelming sense of freedom and jubilation that pervaded the streets of Russia. Chagall was a Jew and th...

 
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Marc Chagall - Paris through the WindowParis through the WindowMarc Chagall

Marc Chagall had just moved from Russia to Paris before painting Paris through the Window, where Cubism was still in trend and you can see this influence in some details of Chagall’s painting. The image is of a large window looking out into Paris, the emblematic Eiffel Tower sits in the backdrop, an...

 
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Marc Chagall - SolitudeSolitudeMarc Chagall

The artwork 'Solitude' by Marc Chagall is an example of a cultural treatment of alienation rather than solitude as it is often understood with regard to a person. Chagall's goal is to portray Jewish culture at the pivotal year of 1933 in Europe. The image of God's messenger, the sacrificial animal, ...

Tel-Aviv Museum of Art (Tel-Aviv, Israel)
 
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Henri Matisse - The WindowThe WindowHenri Matisse

'As an art student, before Corot could leave to Italy to study the paintings of the great Renaissance masters and Roman ruins, his parents allowed him to leave only on the condition that he painted a portrait of them first. Throughout his painting career, he produced a great number of portraits. Eve...