Symbolism

The Body of Abel Found by Adam and Eve - Blake, William - c

The Body of Abel Found by Adam and Eve (c. 1825) by William Blake

“The Body of Abel Found by Adam and Eve” is a work by William Blake, completed circa 1825. This artwork employs the medium of watercolor on wood and is an exemplar of the Symbolism art movement. The dimensions of the piece measure approximately 43.3 by 32.5 centimeters. Its genre is classified under religious painting, a …

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Evocation (The Burial of Casagemas) - PICASSO, Pablo - 1901 - 2

Evocation (The Burial of Casagemas) (1901) by Pablo Picasso

“Evocation (The Burial of Casagemas)” is an evocative oil on canvas painting by the renowned artist Pablo Picasso, created in 1901. With dimensions of 150 x 90.5 cm, the artwork is a significant piece of the Symbolism art movement and can be classified as a symbolic painting. It currently resides at the Musée d’Art Moderne …

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Proserpine - Rossetti, Dante Gabriel - 1877 - 2

Proserpine (1877) by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

The artwork “Proserpine” was painted by Dante Gabriel Rossetti in 1874, exemplifying the Symbolism movement. This oil on canvas measures 61 by 125.1 centimeters and represents a mythological painting. Currently, the artwork is housed at Tate Britain in London, United Kingdom. The artwork portrays Proserpine, the Roman goddess of springtime and the queen of the …

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The Race Track (Death on a Pale Horse) - Ryder, Albert Pinkham - c

The Race Track (Death on a Pale Horse) (c. 1896) by Albert Pinkham Ryder

“The Race Track (Death on a Pale Horse)” is a symbolic painting by Albert Pinkham Ryder, created in 1900. This artwork, executed in oil on canvas, is associated with the Symbolism art movement and measures 27 3/4 by 35 1/8 inches (70.5 x 89.2 cm). The artwork is held within the collection of the Cleveland …

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The Red Sphinx - Redon, Odilon - c

The Red Sphinx (c. 1912) by Odilon Redon

“The Red Sphinx,” created circa 1912 by Odilon Redon, is a symbolic painting that belongs to the Symbolism art movement. Redon crafted this artwork using pastel on paper, which measures approximately 61 by 49.5 centimeters. Currently, the artwork resides within a private collection, away from public display. The artwork depicts a dream-like scene characterized by …

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Woman with a Yellow Bodice - Redon, Odilon - c

Woman with a Yellow Bodice (c. 1899) by Odilon Redon

The artwork, “Woman with a Yellow Bodice,” is a creation of Odilon Redon dating back to approximately 1899. It is crafted using pastel on paper and the piece is a part of the Symbolism art movement. Measuring 66 by 50 centimeters, this portrait is currently housed at the Kröller-Müller Museum located in Otterlo, Netherlands. The …

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