Japonism

Still life with Japanese print (1888; France) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork entitled “Still life with Japanese print” was executed by Paul Gauguin in 1888 in France. This oil on canvas painting measures 31.7 by 55.5 centimeters and is an exemplar of the Japonism art movement. It belongs to the genre of still life, a genre that focuses on depicting inanimate subject matter, typically commonplace …

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Still life with onions, beetroot and Japanese print (1889; France) by Paul Gauguin

The artwork titled “Still life with onions, beetroot, and Japanese print” was created by the renowned artist Paul Gauguin in 1889 while in France. It is an oil painting on canvas that falls under the genre of still life and is influenced by the Japonism art movement, which was characterized by the fascination with Japanese …

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Seated Woman Combing Her Hair (c.1887 – c.1890) by Edgar Degas

The artwork “Seated Woman Combing Her Hair” was crafted by the celebrated artist Edgar Degas, estimated between the years 1887 and 1890. Utilizing the medium of pastel, Degas imbues the piece with the distinct characteristics of the Impressionism and Japonism art movements. As a genre painting, it encapsulates a moment of ordinary life, rendered with …

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Branches with Almond Blossom - VAN GOGH, Vincent - 1890 - 2

Branches with Almond Blossom (1890) by Vincent Van Gogh

“Branches with Almond Blossom” is a renowned oil on canvas painting by Vincent Van Gogh, completed in 1890. Measuring 92 x 73.5 cm, the artwork is a fine exemplification of the Japonism art movement, a genre Van Gogh was notably influenced by during his artistic career. This particular flower painting, which is currently housed at …

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