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Baldachin over the High Altar of St

Baldachin over the High Altar of St. Peter’s (1624-33) by Gianlorenzo Bernini

The Baldachin over the High Altar of St. Peter’s is a monument designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini in 1624-33 to serve as a colossal way of marking the burial place of St. Peter. The Baldachin is made of gilded bronze and stands at an impressive height of 100 feet. This monument is directly under the …

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Bust of Costanza Bonarelli - Bernini, Gianlorenzo - c

Bust of Costanza Bonarelli (c. 1636-37) by Gianlorenzo Bernini

The Bust of Costanza Bonarelli is a marble sculpture created in the 1630s by the Italian artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini. It depicts Costanza Bonarelli, the wife of Bernini’s assistant, and is considered one of his most personal works. Bernini’s fascination with the power of woman is evident in the sculpture’s sensuality and intense emotional expression. …

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Fountain of the Four Rivers - Bernini, Gianlorenzo - 1648-51

Fountain of the Four Rivers (1648-51) by Gianlorenzo Bernini

The Fountain of the Four Rivers is a masterpiece of sculpture created by Gianlorenzo Bernini in Rome’s Piazza Navona from 1648 to 1651. The fountain’s design depicts four gods in the form of massive sculptures representing the Nile, Ganges, Danube, and Rio de la Plata rivers, each symbolizing one of the four continents. The fountain …

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Aeneas, Anchises, and Ascanius - Bernini, Gianlorenzo - 1618-19

Aeneas, Anchises, and Ascanius (1618-19) by Gianlorenzo Bernini

The sculpture Aeneas, Anchises, and Ascanius was created by Gian Lorenzo Bernini around 1618-19. The masterpiece depicts a scene from the Aeneid where Aeneas leads his family out of the burning Troy. The sculpture shows three generations of Aeneas’ family, namely Aeneas himself, his father Anchises, and his son Ascanius. This artwork is housed in …

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Bust of Scipione Borghese - Bernini, Gianlorenzo - 1632 - 2

Bust of Scipione Borghese (1632) by Gianlorenzo Bernini

The artwork in question is the “Bust of Scipione Borghese,” an exquisite marble sculpture executed by the renowned artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini in 1630. This piece is a prime example of the Baroque art movement and is characterized by its dynamic realism and attention to detail. Standing at approximately 78 cm tall, this sculpture is …

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The Martyrdom of Saint Agatha - Tiepolo, Giambattista - c

The Martyrdom of Saint Agatha (c. 1755) by Giambattista Tiepolo

Giambattista Tiepolo, an Italian painter of the Rococo style, painted The Martyrdom of Saint Agatha around 1755. The painting was intended for the high altar of the church of S. Agata in Lendinara and measures 184 x 131 cm, made with oil on canvas. It depicts the Christian martyr Saint Agatha of Sicily after being …

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Woman with a Mandolin - Tiepolo, Giambattista - c

Woman with a Mandolin (c. 1755-60) by Giambattista Tiepolo

This painting by Giambattista Tiepolo is considered a masterpiece of the Baroque tradition in Venice. Woman With A Mandolin captures the ideal of feminine beauty in its depiction of a young woman holding a musical instrument. Tiepolo, who worked mainly in the Rococo style, was the leading exponent of this particular Italian art movement. Inspired …

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Rinaldo and Armida in the Garden - Tiepolo, Giambattista - c

Rinaldo and Armida in the Garden (c. 1752) by Giambattista Tiepolo

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo is renowned for his vivid, larger-than-life artworks, and one of these masterpieces is his painting ‘Rinaldo and Armida in her Garden’, created in 1742/45. This painting displays the meeting between Rinaldo and Armida was originally part of a series for the ceiling of Villa Valmarana. It is currently held at the Art …

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Annunciation after Titian - Richter, Gerhard - 1973

Annunciation after Titian (1973) by Gerhard Richter

In 1973, Gerhard Richter created a series of paintings titled “Annunciation after Titian.” The works were based on a postcard of Titian’s original painting in Venice’s Scuola Grande di San Rocco. Richter blurred and abstracted the form and color of the postcard, resulting in five variations on a 1535 idea. While Richter’s 1973 production is …

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Paul Valery - Richter, Gerhard - 1971-72

Paul Valery (1971-72) by Gerhard Richter

One of Gerhard Richter’s renowned artworks is “48 Portraits,” created in 1971-72. This collection of portraits was based on black and white photographic images of influential European and North American men of letters, philosophers, and scientists found in encyclopedias and dictionaries. The exhibition showcased not only the portraits but also family snapshots and Richter’s “color …

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Adoration of the Shepherds - Mantegna, Andrea - c

Adoration of the Shepherds (c. 1450-1451) by Andrea Mantegna

Created by Andrea Mantegna in 1456, the artwork “Adoration of the Shepherds” is an oil and tempera religious painting from the Early Renaissance period. Measuring 40 by 55.6 centimeters, it depicts a scene typical of Christian iconography. Currently, this artwork is part of the collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, …

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Le chahut - Seurat, Georges - 1889-90 - 3

Le chahut (1889-90) by Georges Seurat

“Le chahut” is an oil on canvas artwork by Georges Seurat, created between 1889 and 1890 and epitomizing the Neo-Impressionist movement. The painting measures 169 by 141 centimeters and forms part of the genre painting category, illustrating a scene with figures. The artwork currently resides in the Kröller-Müller Museum located in Otterlo, Netherlands. Seurat painted …

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Port-en-Bessin: Outer Harbor at High Tide - Seurat, Georges - 1888

Port-en-Bessin Outer Harbor at High Tide (1888) by Georges Seurat

Georges Seurat’s “Port-En-Bessin: Outer Harbor At High Tide” is an example of pointillism and neo-impressionism, portraying the docks of Port-en-Bessin-Huppain in Lower Normandy. This oil painting reproduction on canvas depicts a sailboat’s mast in the foreground and exposed rocks with a boat leaning on its side in the background. It was produced during the summer …

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Alfalfa Fields, Saint-Denis - Seurat, Georges - 1885-86

Alfalfa Fields, Saint-Denis (1885-86) by Georges Seurat

Georges Seurat’s Alfalfa Fields, Saint-Denis is a landscape painting that belongs to the Neo-impressionist style and was created using Pointillism techniques in 1885-86. The oil on canvas artwork depicts a field of alfalfa with red poppy flowers and farm buildings in the distance. This 65 x 81.3 cm piece can be found at the Scottish …

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A Corner of the Harbor of Honfleur - Seurat, Georges - 1886

A Corner of the Harbor of Honfleur (1886) by Georges Seurat

Georges Seurat, one of the most prominent post-impressionist artists of the 19th century, worked on several harbor views simultaneously during his stay in Honfleur in the summer of 1886. A Corner of the Harbor of Honfleur is a painting that reflects Seurat’s technique in pointillism and neo-impressionism. The painting remains unfinished due to a black …

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Boats, Low Tide, Grandcamp - Seurat, Georges - 1885 - 2

Boats, Low Tide, Grandcamp (1885) by Georges Seurat

“Boats, Low Tide, Grandcamp,” an oil on canvas painting by Georges Seurat, dates back to 1885 and exemplifies the Neo-Impressionist art movement. With dimensions of 65.5 x 81.5 cm, this marina genre artwork depicts a serene waterside scene and is presently held in a private collection. Created in France, Seurat’s artwork employs his characteristic pointillism …

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Forest at Pontaubert - Seurat, Georges - 1881 - 3

Forest at Pontaubert (1881) by Georges Seurat

The artwork titled “Forest at Pontaubert” is a notable creation of the renowned artist Georges Seurat, completed in the year 1881. This oil on canvas masterpiece is a representation of the Neo-Impressionist art movement, emblematic of the period’s innovative approaches to color and light. The painting’s dimensions measure 79.1 by 62.5 centimeters, classifying it as …

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Port-en-Bessin Entrance to the Harbor - Seurat, Georges - 1888 - 2

Port-en-Bessin Entrance to the Harbor (1888) by Georges Seurat

The artwork “Port-en-Bessin, Entrance to the Harbor” is a marina piece created by Georges Seurat in 1888. Executed in oil on canvas, it exemplifies the Neo-Impressionism art movement and measures 55 x 65 cm. This piece was painted in France and is currently housed at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, …

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Port-en-Bessin The Outer Harbor at Low Tide - Seurat, Georges - 1888 - 2

Port-en-Bessin The Outer Harbor at Low Tide (1888) by Georges Seurat

“Port-en-Bessin, The Outer Harbor at Low Tide” is an exquisite artwork by Georges Seurat, dating back to 1888. This oil on canvas painting is a testament to the Neo-Impressionism movement, featuring a cityscape that measures 54.3 x 66.7 cm. Created in France, the artwork currently resides in The Saint Louis Art Museum. The artwork presents …

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Port-en-Bessin - Seurat, Georges - 1888 - 2

Port-en-Bessin (1888) by Georges Seurat

The artwork “Port-en-Bessin” by Georges Seurat, dating from 1888, is an exquisite example of Neo-Impressionist style executed in oil on canvas. Measuring 67 by 84.5 centimeters, this cityscape is part of the collection at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Seurat, a notable figure in the Neo-Impressionism movement, created this piece in France, reflecting the innovative …

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The Shore at Bas-Butin, Honfleur - Seurat, Georges - 1886 - 2

The Shore at Bas-Butin, Honfleur (1886) by Georges Seurat

“The Shore at Bas-Butin, Honfleur” is an oil on canvas artwork created by Georges Seurat in 1886, which falls under the Neo-Impressionism art movement. The landscape painting measures 67 by 78 centimeters and can be found at the Musée des Beaux-Arts Tournai in Tournai, Belgium. Originating from France, where Seurat painted it, this work exemplifies …

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The Dream of St Joseph - De la Tour, Georges - c

The Dream of St Joseph (c. 1640) by Georges De la Tour

The Dream of St Joseph, a painting created by Georges de La Tour in approximately 1640, is now displayed at Musee des Beaux-Arts in Nantes, France. La Tour employed the use of clair-obscur to produce a sense of three-dimensionality in his works. The painting illustrates St. Joseph’s encounter with an angel who delivers a message …

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Violin and Pipe Le Quotidien - Braque, Georges - 1913 - 2

Violin and Pipe Le Quotidien (1913) by Georges Braque

“Violin and Pipe: Le Quotidien,” a notable artwork by Georges Braque, was created in 1913 and serves as a classic example of Synthetic Cubism. The piece, crafted using a combination of chalk, charcoal, collage, and paper, depicts a still life arrangement and measures 74 by 106 centimeters. The artwork is currently part of the collection …

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Fruit Dish, Quotidien du Midi - Braque, Georges - 1912

Fruit Dish, Quotidien du Midi (1912) by Georges Braque

Georges Braque, a French artist, created the “Fruit Dish, Quotidien du Midi” painting in 1912. It is a part of Synthetic Cubism style and is a still life painting depicting flattened and distorted versions of a glass full of grapes and pears. In the artwork, Braque utilized textures, shapes and composition to create both recognizable …

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Glass, Carafe and Newspapers - Braque, Georges - 1914 - 2

Glass, Carafe and Newspapers (1914) by Georges Braque

The artwork “Glass, Carafe and Newspapers” by Georges Braque was crafted in 1914 and serves as an exemplary piece within the Synthetic Cubism movement. The composition, made using an amalgamation of materials such as chalk, charcoal, collage, and oil on canvas, embodies the still life genre. Spanning 62.5 x 28 cm, this artwork is part …

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Le Portugais (The Emigrant) - Braque, Georges - 1911 - 2

Le Portugais (The Emigrant) (1911) by Georges Braque

“Le Portugais (The Emigrant)” is an artwork by Georges Braque, dated to 1911. This oil on canvas painting belongs to the Analytical Cubism movement, portraying its subject matter in a fragmented, geometric style typical of this period. Measuring 116.8 by 81 cm, the portrait genre painting is currently housed in the Kunstmuseum Basel in Basel, …

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Bottle, Newspaper, Pipe, and Glass - Braque, Georges - 1913

Bottle, Newspaper, Pipe, and Glass (1913) by Georges Braque

Bottle, Newspaper, Pipe, and Glass’ is a still life artwork created by French artist Georges Braque in 1913. It belongs to the art movement known as Synthetic Cubism, which utilized various materials such as newspapers, sheet music or wallpaper adding texture to the work. The artwork depicts everyday objects such as a bottle, newspaper, pipe, …

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Fruit Dish, Ace of Clubs - Braque, Georges - 1913 - 2

Fruit Dish, Ace of Clubs (1913) by Georges Braque

The artwork “Fruit Dish, Ace of Clubs” by Georges Braque is a masterful creation from 1913, employing media such as charcoal, gouache, and oil on canvas. Measuring 81 by 60 centimeters, this piece is a quintessential example of the Synthetic Cubism movement, which Braque so prominently influenced. This still life is held in the collection …

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Still Life on a Table Gillette

Still Life on a Table Gillette. (1914) by Georges Braque

The artwork “Still Life on a Table: Gillette,” created in 1914 by Georges Braque, is a seminal example of Synthetic Cubism, a movement known for its use of collage and simplified shapes. Braque, an innovative force in this movement, composed this artwork using a harmonious blend of charcoal, collage, gouache, and paper. The still life …

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Terrace of Hotel Mistral - Braque, Georges - 1907 - 2

Terrace of Hotel Mistral (1907) by Georges Braque

The artwork titled “Terrace of Hotel Mistral” was created by Georges Braque in 1907. It is an oil on canvas painting that reflects the Post-Impressionist movement, a genre that continued the use of vivid colors and expressive brushwork following Impressionism. The dimensions of this landscape painting are 81 x 61 cm. Braque crafted this work …

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Stag at Sharkey's - Bellows, George - 1909 - 2

Stag at Sharkey’s (1909) by George Bellows

The artwork entitled “Stag at Sharkey’s,” created by George Bellows in 1909, is an oil painting that epitomizes the American Realism movement. Measuring 122.6 by 92 cm, this genre painting encapsulates the raw energy and visceral nature of early 20th-century boxing matches. The artwork is currently housed at the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) in …

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Portrait of Dona Rosita Morillo - Kahlo, Frida - 1944 - 2

Portrait of Dona Rosita Morillo (1944) by Frida Kahlo

The artwork titled “Portrait of Dona Rosita Morillo” is a creation by artist Frida Kahlo, completed in the year 1944. The medium used is oil on Masonite, showcasing Kahlo’s engagement with the Naïve Art (Primitivism) movement. This portrait has dimensions of 75.5 x 59.5 cm and belongs to the genre of portraiture, resonating with the …

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Self-Portrait (Dedicated to Leon Trotsky) - Kahlo, Frida - 1937 - 2

Self-Portrait (Dedicated to Leon Trotsky) (1937) by Frida Kahlo

The artwork “Self-Portrait (Dedicated to Leon Trotsky)” is a creation by Frida Kahlo, composed in 1937. This self-portrait is rendered in oil on Masonite, showcasing Kahlo’s association with the Naïve Art movement, particularly Primitivism. The dimensions of the artwork are 87 by 70 cm. A self-portrait in genre, the piece resides in the National Museum …

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The Battle of Issus - ALTDORFER, Albrecht - 1528-29 - 2

The Battle of Issus (1528-29) by Albrecht Altdorfer

“The Battle of Issus” is an oil on wood painting created by Albrecht Altdorfer in 1529, reflecting the artistic style of the Northern Renaissance. Measuring 158 by 120 centimeters, it is categorized as a battle painting. Presently, the artwork resides in the Bavarian State Painting Collections located in Munich, Germany. It encapsulates a historic scene, …

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Study After Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X - Bacon, Francis - 1953 - 2

Study After Velazquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X (1953) by Francis Bacon

The artwork entitled “Study After Velazquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X” was created by Francis Bacon in the year 1953. This expressive piece is an oil on canvas, contributing to the Expressionist movement. The painting portrays a symbolic and dramatic reinterpretation of an earlier portrait by Diego Velázquez. Its significant dimensions measure approximately 60 1/4 …

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The Love Embrace of the Universe, the Earth (Mexico), Me, and Senor Xolotl - Kahlo, Frida - 1949 - 2

The Love Embrace of the Universe, the Earth (Mexico), Me, and Senor Xolotl (1949) by Frida Kahlo

The artwork “The Love Embrace of the Universe, the Earth (Mexico), Me, and Senor Xolotl” is a creation of the renowned artist Frida Kahlo. Crafted in 1949, this oil on canvas painting measures 70 by 60.5 centimeters and is considered part of the surrealism movement. It falls within the genre of symbolic painting and is …

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Heart of the Andes (DETAIL) - Church, Frederic Edwin - 1859 - 2

Heart of the Andes (DETAIL) (1859) by Frederic Edwin Church

The artwork titled “Heart of the Andes” is a splendid example of Romanticism by Frederic Edwin Church, completed in 1859. This oil on canvas measures 302.9 by 167.9 cm and presents a richly detailed landscape scene, characteristic of Church’s work. It is displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, NY, in …

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In the Tropics - Church, Frederic Edwin - 1856

In the Tropics (1856) by Frederic Edwin Church

Frederic Edwin Church, born in Hartford, CT in 1826, was a significant painter of the Hudson River School. He was one of the central figures known for painting large landscapes depicting mountains, waterfalls, and sunsets. Church traveled widely and visited South America twice in search of romantic subjects which inspired him to create his famous …

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Cayambe - Church, Frederic Edwin - 1858

Cayambe (1858) by Frederic Edwin Church

Frederic Edwin Church’s painting “Cayambe” portrays a majestic snow-covered volcano located in Ecuador. Commissioned by New York City refiner Robert L. Stuart and belonging to the Romanticism genre and Hudson River School of painting, this artwork is part of The Robert L. Stuart Collection at the New-York Historical Society. The painting’s contrasting warm and cold …

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Paysage au bord du Lez - Bazille, Frederic - 1870

Paysage au bord du Lez (1870) by Frederic Bazille

Frederic Bazille was a prominent French Impressionist painter born in Montpellier, France, in 1841. He was born into affluence from a family with strong roots in Southern France. Because of his parents’ support of his artistic inclination, Frederic gave up his studies to pursue painting full time. Many of Bazille’s major works feature figure paintings …

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Bazille's Studio; 9 rue de la Condamine - Bazille, Frederic - 1870 - 2

Bazille’s Studio; 9 rue de la Condamine (1870) by Frederic Bazille

The artwork titled “Bazille’s Studio; 9 rue de la Condamine” was created by Frederic Bazille in 1870. This oil on canvas is a representation of the interior genre and exemplifies the Impressionist movement. It measures 38 1/2 by 50 1/2 inches (98 by 128.5 cm) and is currently housed in the Musée d’Orsay, Paris. The …

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Emigrants Crossing the Plains - Bierstadt, Albert - 1867 - 2

Emigrants Crossing the Plains (1867) by Albert Bierstadt

The artwork titled “Emigrants Crossing the Plains” was crafted by Albert Bierstadt in the year 1867. This oil on canvas painting is a notable example of the Romanticism movement, encapsulating the artist’s vision in the genre painting style. The dimensions of the work are substantial, measuring 67 by 102 inches (170.2 x 259.1 cm), which …

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Looking Up the Yosemite Valley - Bierstadt, Albert - c

Looking Up the Yosemite Valley (c. 1865-67) by Albert Bierstadt

“Looking Up the Yosemite Valley,” an eminent work by Albert Bierstadt, dates back to 1865 and is a fine exemplar of the Romanticism art movement. The artwork displays Bierstadt’s adept handling of oil on canvas, spanning dimensions of 91.4 x 148.6 cm (36 x 58 1/2 in). This landscape genre piece is housed at The …

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Sunset in the Yosemite Valley - Bierstadt, Albert - 1868 - 2

Sunset in the Yosemite Valley (1868) by Albert Bierstadt

“Sunset in the Yosemite Valley” is an exquisite artwork completed by Albert Bierstadt in the year 1869. This oil on canvas painting is a prime example of the Luminism art movement and measures 90 by 131 centimeters. The landscape genre is masterfully depicted here. Currently, visitors may admire this work at The Haggin Museum located …

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The Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak - Bierstadt, Albert - 1863 - 4

The Rocky Mountains, Lander’s Peak (1863) by Albert Bierstadt

“The Rocky Mountains, Lander’s Peak” is a majestic landscape painting by the renowned artist Albert Bierstadt, completed in 1863. This oil on canvas masterpiece is a testament to the Luminism art movement, notable for its emphasis on the effects of light in landscapes. Measuring 186.7 x 306.7 cm, the artwork is a significant contribution to …

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Portrait of Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Bazille, Frederic - 1867 - 2

Portrait of Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1867) by Frederic Bazille

The artwork titled “Portrait of Pierre-Auguste Renoir” was created by Frederic Bazille in 1867. This oil on canvas portrays the fellow artist within the context of the Impressionist art movement. Measuring 62 by 51 centimeters, it falls into the genre of portraiture and can be viewed at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. In the artwork, …

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Development of a Bottle in Space - Boccioni, Umberto - 1913 - 2

Development of a Bottle in Space (1913) by Umberto Boccioni

The artwork entitled “Development of a Bottle in Space” was created by Italian artist Umberto Boccioni in 1913. As an exemplar of the Futurist movement, this sculpture is fashioned from bronze and stands as a testament to the avant-garde exploration of motion and the fluidity of forms. The dimensions of the piece are 15 x …

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Manuel Osorio de Zuniga: DETAIL of cats and bird - Goya, Francisco - c

Manuel Osorio de Zuniga DETAIL of cats and bird (c. 1788) by Francisco Goya

Francisco Goya’s portrait of Manuel Osorio de Zuniga is a masterpiece of artwork depicting a Spanish aristocrat in a red costume with his pets. The painting, completed in 1787-88, shows Manuel walking his magpie on a string while the bird holds Goya’s calling card in its beak. To the right side of the portrait is …

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Prison Interior - Goya, Francisco - c

Prison Interior (c. 1810-14) by Francisco Goya

Prison Interior is a masterpiece by Francisco Goya, painted between 1793-94. The cold and dim light in the painting conveys a haunting atmosphere of purgatory. The painting consists of seven prisoners bound by heavy chains on their hands and feet, revealing the inhumane conditions present during Goya’s time. During the year 1792, Goya became seriously …

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Portrait of a Young Man - Botticelli, Sandro - c

Portrait of a Young Man (c. 1480-85) by Sandro Botticelli

The artwork, titled “Portrait of a Young Man,” is a distinguished work of the Early Renaissance by the eminent artist Sandro Botticelli, crafted circa 1469. Executed with tempera on panel, the painting measures approximately 51 by 33.7 centimeters and fits within the genre of portraiture. Presently, the artwork graces the Palazzo Pitti in Florence, Italy, …

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Strolling Players - Goya, Francisco - 1793 - 3

Strolling Players (1793) by Francisco Goya

The artwork entitled “Strolling Players” is a creation of the esteemed artist Francisco Goya, produced in the year 1793. This genre painting, executed in oil on canvas, measures 43 by 32 centimeters and is a representation of the Romanticism movement. The artwork finds its residence in the prestigious Museo del Prado in Madrid. “Strolling Players” …

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The Mystical Nativity - Botticelli, Sandro - c

The Mystical Nativity (c. 1500) by Sandro Botticelli

“The Mystical Nativity” is a religious painting by Sandro Botticelli created circa 1500 – 1501. This artwork, exemplifying the Early Renaissance movement, employs tempera on canvas as its medium. The piece measures approximately 109 by 75 centimeters and is currently housed in the prestigious National Gallery in London. The artwork is an intricate composition rich …

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Bartolome Sureda y Miserol - Goya, Francisco - c

Bartolome Sureda y Miserol (c. 1803-04) by Francisco Goya

Francisco Goya’s painting, Bartolome Sureda y Miserol, is a portrait of Sureda who was a young and prominent Spanish industrialist known for studying cotton spinning in England. He belonged to a group of like-minded liberal intellectuals and was one of Goya’s friends. The portrait reflects the artist’s intimate response to his friend, which makes it …

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The Giant - Goya, Francisco - 1818

The Giant (1818) by Francisco Goya

Francisco Goya’s print “The Giant” is a portrayal of the Spanish people rising against the Napoleonic invasion, created in 1818. Like his painting “The Eagle,” which has similar size and allegorical character as “The Colossus,” Goya’s work reflected contemporary historical upheavals and influenced important painters of the 19th and 20th centuries. While some of Goya’s …

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Burial of the Sardine - Goya, Francisco - c

Burial of the Sardine (c. 1816) by Francisco Goya

The Burial of the Sardine is an oil-on-panel painting created by Francisco Goya in the 1810s. The painting depicts the final event of a three-day carnival in Madrid ending on Ash Wednesday. In the painting, there are numerous individuals wearing masks and different costumes dancing to drums and various musical instruments. While the exact meaning …

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