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Vincent Van Gogh - Bowl with Peonies and RosesBowl with Peonies and RosesVincent Van Gogh

This still-life belongs to van Gogh's early efforts in Paris to brighten the palette of his paintings. The canvases he had finished in the Netherlands were too dark to be accepted as modern works of art. He chose to pursue the flower still-life as a means to work on his colour. The present still-lif...

Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller (Otterlo, Netherlands)
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Giuseppe Arcimboldo - Floral Still LIfeFloral Still LIfeGiuseppe Arcimboldo

Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527-1593) was a great Italian artist, worked in the technique named “Mannerism”. He is best known for painting fantastic portraits made utterly of such different objects of inanimate nature as vegetables, fruits, flowers, animals and even books. If we look at the distance, his...

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - After the BathAfter the BathPierre-Auguste Renoir

Pierre Auguste Renoir (born February 25, 1841, Limoges, France—died December 3, 1919, Cagnes) French painter originally associated with the Impressionist movement. His works were typically Impressionist snapshots of real life, full of sparkling colour and light. Renoir's visit to Italy in 1881 stimu...

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Vincent Van Gogh - A Pair of ShoesA Pair of ShoesVincent Van Gogh

This painting of a pair of down-at-heel shoes prompts speculation on a variety of psychological questions. They have been seen as symbolizing Van Gogh’s difficult passage through life. A fellow student in Paris reported that Vincent bought these workman’s boots at a flea market, intending to use th...

Baltimore Museum of Art (Baltimore, United States)
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Gustav Klimt - Death and LifeDeath and LifeGustav Klimt
178 x 198 cm, (1908)

Gustav Klimt’s large painting Death and Life, created in 1910, features not a personal death but rather merely an allegorical Grim Reaper who gazes at “life” with a malicious grin. This “life” is comprised of all generations: every age group is represented, from the baby to the grandmother, in this ...

Leopold Museum (Vienna, Austria)
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Juan Gris - Still Life before an Open Window aka Place RavignanStill Life before an Open Window aka Place RavignanJuan Gris

In this breakthrough work, Juan Gris combined indoor and outdoor views within the same painting. The artist achieved this blend of interior and exterior through interrelated pictorial elements and subtle modulations of color, including an intense, unearthly blue that suffuses the work with a dreamy ...

Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, United States)
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Winslow Homer - The Life LineThe Life LineWinslow Homer

The Life Line draws on the traditional shipwreck scenario--mountainous waves, wind and spray, a helpless vessel, and a desperate human struggle--with an original, modern perspective. The exhibition includes earlier work, such as images of suspense and rescue Homer (1836–1910) painted on the north co...

Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, United States)
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Annibale Carracci - The Choice of HeraclesThe Choice of HeraclesAnnibale Carracci

The Choice of Hercules is a painting by the Italian Baroque painter Annibale Carracci. Dating from 1596, it is housed in the Capodimonte Gallery of Naples. The subject is the Choice of Hercules. Carracci, who was in Rome from the late 1595 or early 1596, was commissioned this work by Cardinal Odoard...

Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte (Naples, Italy)