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Renoir Famous Painter

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919) The Jardin d’Essai, Algiers, 1881 Oil on canvas, 31 7/8″ x 25 5/8″ MGM MIRAGE Corporate Collection (157) These paintings of The Jardin d’Essai, Algiers and the Piazza San Marco, Venice were painted by Renoir in the same year, 1881, recording his travels to Algeria and Italy. Each image shows [...]


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Eugene Delacroix famous paintings

A heightened interest in foreign cultures throughout the nineteenth century led to the popularity of European art and literature of Oriental themes. With the establishment of new colonial territories and military conquests in North Africa and the Middle East, a number of artists began traveling to lands that they had previously only been [...]


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Paul Gauguin Biography

Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin was born in Paris on 7 June, 1848, the son of Clovis Gauguin, a Republican editor, and his wife Aline Marie Chazal. In 1849, after Louis Napoléon came to power, the family emigrated to Peru. Clovis Gauguin died on the way. His widow and 2 children (Paul and his elder sister Mari) stayed in Lima with their rich [...]


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Claude Monet Camille

Claude and Camille begins when as an old man in Giverny, Claude discovers a letter from Camilles sister written nearly forty years earlier, holding him responsible for her death. Through the book, traveling back and forth between the young man so in love and the old man remembering, the reader will decide for herself if the terrible [...]


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Paul Cezanne information

Paul Cézanne was apart of a roster of artists who rebelled against established art norms of the middle 19th century. Bored and unsatisfied with depicting natural scenes and people, many artists during this time period began experimenting with abstract and geometric forms in order to bend reality according to their artistic visions. [...]


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Paul Gauguin Self Portrait With Halo

After returning to France to live with his grandfather, he joined the merchant marines, served a stint in the navy, took work as a stockbroker, married, and had several kids. His tumultuous life could have settled into middle-class ease, but then Gauguin went spectacularly off the rails. I’ll leave it to the biographers and historians to [...]


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Marcel Duchamp Gallery

The directors of Blain|Southern are delighted to present a group exhibition in which works by ten leading contemporary artists are placed in dialogue with the readymades of Marcel Duchamp. The exhibition examines the ways in which artists today continue to respond to the activation of memory and the phenomenon of ‘haunting’ so present in [...]


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Edgar Degas bathers

Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917). Woman Drying Her Hair, ca. 1889. Pastel and graphite on brown wove paper mounted on board, 331⁄8 x 411⁄2 in. (84.1 × 105.4 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Museum Collection Fund, 21.113 Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917). Seated Nude Woman Drying Her Hair, ca. 1902. Pastel on translucent paper mounted on paperboard, [...]


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Vincent van Gogh paintings worth

Vincent van Gogh is regarded as one of the most influential post-impressionist painter in 20th century, for its vivid colors and emotional impact. Being the famous artist in today’s museum art, how many of his oil painting artwork has successfully sold during his lifetime? Perhaps, the one and only oil paintings done in early November [...]


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Marcel Duchamp Artworks

In our environmentally concerned world it is perhaps not surprising to find art works made of ‘junk’, ‘scrap’ or ‘re-used’ products. And as recycling has, quite rightly, become a normal part of life rather than a weird niche activity, artists too have embraced pre-owned objects. But art and scrap have a long history. So here’s a couple [...]


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Gauguin in Tahiti

Artist Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin was a self-described “barbarian, ” a tortured and gifted soul who was never able to settle into the life that 19th century Parisian society expected of him. At the age of 35 he left a career as a stock broker to pursue his passion, painting. He consequentially suffered periods of poverty and family [...]


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Paul Cezanne style

Paul Cezanne Paul Cezanne, French painter, one of the greatest of the Post-Impressionists, whose works and ideas were influential in the aesthetic development of many 20th-century artists and art movements, especially Cubism. Cezanne’s art, misunderstood and discredited by the public during most of his life, grew out of [...]


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Gauguin Painting

An 1892 painting of two Tahitian women by Paul Gauguin has sold to a group of state museums in Qatar for a record-breaking price of nearly $300 million. That sum breaks the previous record, for Paul Cezanne’s “The Card Players, ” also purchased by Qatar for about $250 million three years ago. The painting, “Nafea [...]


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