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The 515 Artworks of style Romanticism and of topic Family,Couple,Scenes

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Francisco De Goya - Saturn Devouring His SonSaturn Devouring His SonFrancisco De Goya

Saturn Devouring His Son is the name given to a painting by Spanish artist Francisco Goya. According to the traditional interpretation, it depicts the Greek myth of the Titan Cronus (in the title Romanised to Saturn), who, fearing that he would be overthrown by one of his children, ate each one upon...

Museo del Prado (Madrid, Spain)
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William Holman Hunt - The Hireling ShepherdThe Hireling ShepherdWilliam Holman Hunt

The Hireling Shepherd (1851) is a painting by the Pre-Raphaelite artist William Holman Hunt. It represents a shepherd neglecting his flock in favour of an attractive country girl to whom he shows a death's-head hawkmoth. The meaning of the image has been much debated. Hunt painted the picture when h...

Manchester Art Gallery (Manchester, United Kingdom)
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Eugène Delacroix - Marocan and his HorseMarocan and his HorseEugène Delacroix

Marocan and his Horse is a 1855 painting by the French painter Eugene Delacroix. The painting portrays one Moroccan saddles his horse when another Moroccan in distance, riding horse. The painting is currently on display at Hermitage Museum.

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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)
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William Blake - Elohim erschuf AdamElohim erschuf AdamWilliam Blake

Elohim erschuf Adam is a watercolour painting by the English poet and painter William Blake. It is painted in 1795. The painting (420 x 535 mm) is now in the collection of the Tate Gallery, London.