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Artist: Gustav Klimt
Gustav Klimt idyll china oil painting reproduction

idyll
1884, wien, historisches museum der stadt wien, 49.5x73.5cm se
Painting ID::  65228
3094 ago.
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idyll
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1884, wien, historisches museum der stadt wien, 49.5x73.5cm se


Artist: unknow artist
unknow artist The Baptism of Christ china oil painting reproduction

The Baptism of Christ
Oil on canvas Mus?e du Louvre, Paris , CORNELIS VAN HAARLEM , The Baptism of Christ , 1551-1600 , Dutch , painting , religious
Painting ID::  64775
3117 ago.
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The Baptism of Christ
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Oil on canvas Mus?e du Louvre, Paris , CORNELIS VAN HAARLEM , The Baptism of Christ , 1551-1600 , Dutch , painting , religious


Artist: cornelis cornelisz
cornelis cornelisz tidens spegel china oil painting reproduction

tidens spegel
1628 olja pa koppar, nationalmuseum se
Painting ID::  64757
3121 ago.
Painting:
tidens spegel
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1628 olja pa koppar, nationalmuseum se


Artist: Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres akilles mottager i sitt talt agamenons sandebud china oil painting reproduction

akilles mottager i sitt talt agamenons sandebud
olja pa tra. nationalmuseum se
Painting ID::  64748
3121 ago.
Painting:
akilles mottager i sitt talt agamenons sandebud
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olja pa tra. nationalmuseum se


Artist: RUBENS, Pieter Pauwel
RUBENS, Pieter Pauwel Drunken Silenus china oil painting reproduction

Drunken Silenus
1618 Oil on panel, 212 x 213 cm Alte Pinakothek, Munich *** Keywords: ************* Author: RUBENS, Pieter Pauwel Title: Drunken Silenus, 1601-1650, Flemish , painting , mythological
Painting ID::  64704
3123 ago.
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Drunken Silenus
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1618 Oil on panel, 212 x 213 cm Alte Pinakothek, Munich *** Keywords: ************* Author: RUBENS, Pieter Pauwel Title: Drunken Silenus, 1601-1650, Flemish , painting , mythological


Artist: RUBENS, Pieter Pauwel
RUBENS, Pieter Pauwel Diana and her Nymphs Surprised by the Fauns china oil painting reproduction

Diana and her Nymphs Surprised by the Fauns
1638-40 Oil on canvas, 128 x 314 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid The landscape and the animals were painted by Jan Wildens. Artist:RUBENS, Pieter Pauwel Title: Diana and her Nymphs Surprised by the Fauns, 1601-1650, Flemish , painting , mythological
Painting ID::  64703
3123 ago.
Painting:
Diana and her Nymphs Surprised by the Fauns
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1638-40 Oil on canvas, 128 x 314 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid The landscape and the animals were painted by Jan Wildens. Artist:RUBENS, Pieter Pauwel Title: Diana and her Nymphs Surprised by the Fauns, 1601-1650, Flemish , painting , mythological


Artist: Ernst Josephson
Ernst Josephson Nymf och faun china oil painting reproduction

Nymf och faun
1878
Painting ID::  64116
3150 ago.
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Nymf och faun
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1878


Artist: Albrecht Durer
Albrecht Durer Adam and Eve china oil painting reproduction

Adam and Eve
1504 Pen drawing with watercolours, 242 x 201 mm The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York D?rer prepared his masterly engraving of Adam and Eve in numerous individual studies. This pen drawing was created immediately before the copper engraving and concentrates entirely on the depiction and three-dimensional structure of the male and female nudes. The body posture of the two figures shown here is already identical down to the last detail with that of the copper engraving.Artist:D?RER, Albrecht Title: Adam and Eve Painted in 1501-1550 , German - - graphics : study
Painting ID::  63661
3179 ago.
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Adam and Eve
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1504 Pen drawing with watercolours, 242 x 201 mm The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York D?rer prepared his masterly engraving of Adam and Eve in numerous individual studies. This pen drawing was created immediately before the copper engraving and concentrates entirely on the depiction and three-dimensional structure of the male and female nudes. The body posture of the two figures shown here is already identical down to the last detail with that of the copper engraving.Artist:D?RER, Albrecht Title: Adam and Eve Painted in 1501-1550 , German - - graphics : study


Artist: HEINTZ, Joseph the Elder
HEINTZ, Joseph the Elder Adonis Parting from Venus - Copperplate china oil painting reproduction

Adonis Parting from Venus - Copperplate
40 x 31 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna At the end of the 16th century the court of Emperor Rudolph II in Prague was one of the most important art and cultural centre of Europe. The Emperor gathered together important artists: painters, sculptors, goldsmiths, who developed a characteristic style as important as that of the Fontainebleau school flowered at the same period in France. One component of the Rudolphean style was the painting of the Flemish Spranger, another the German Hans von Aachen and the third the Swiss Joseph Heintz. Heintz was in Rome between 1583 and 1587 and was a pupil of Hans von Aachen whom he followed to Prague. He was perhaps the best colorist in Prague and he exerted an influence on the older painter in the Empereor's court. Artist: HEINTZ, Joseph the Elder Painting Title: Adonis Parting from Venus , 1551-1600 Painting Style: Swiss , , mythological
Painting ID::  63047
3226 ago.
Painting:
Adonis Parting from Venus - Copperplate
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40 x 31 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna At the end of the 16th century the court of Emperor Rudolph II in Prague was one of the most important art and cultural centre of Europe. The Emperor gathered together important artists: painters, sculptors, goldsmiths, who developed a characteristic style as important as that of the Fontainebleau school flowered at the same period in France. One component of the Rudolphean style was the painting of the Flemish Spranger, another the German Hans von Aachen and the third the Swiss Joseph Heintz. Heintz was in Rome between 1583 and 1587 and was a pupil of Hans von Aachen whom he followed to Prague. He was perhaps the best colorist in Prague and he exerted an influence on the older painter in the Empereor's court. Artist: HEINTZ, Joseph the Elder Painting Title: Adonis Parting from Venus , 1551-1600 Painting Style: Swiss , , mythological


Artist: GOSSAERT, Jan (Mabuse)
GOSSAERT, Jan (Mabuse) Adam and Eve china oil painting reproduction

Adam and Eve
1520 Oil on panel, 168,9 x 111,4 cm Royal Collection, Windsor This theme occurs at least nine times in Mabuse's painted and graphic oeuvre, but none of these renderings is dated. On grounds of style, however, the present painting would seem to have been undertaken after the Neptune and Amphitrite of 1516 (Berlin, Staatliche Museen) or the Hercules and Deinara of 1517 (Birmingham, Barber Institute of Fine Arts), and to have preceded the Adam and Eve dating from around 1525 (Berlin, Staatliche Museen). In general terms, as his career developed, Mabuse evolved compositions of greater complexity characterised by a repertoire of contorted poses with exaggerated anatomy and a vivid treatment of chiaroscuro. At the same time his technique became altogether freer. The Adam and Eve in the Royal Collection may date from around 1520. Mabuse refers to a number of prints for the poses of Adam and Eve: D?rer's Adam and Eve of 1504, Jacopo de' Barbari's Mars and Venus and Marcantonio Raimondi's Adam and Eve after Raphael. The pose of Eve is perhaps more specifically related to D?rer's engraving known as The Dream of the Doctor, particularly the upper part of the body. Mabuse had visited Italy in 1508-9 and became a prime exponent of Northern Mannerism, a style that evolved principally from the cross-fertilisation of German and Italian art. Quite apart from the large scale of the painting, the prominence of the foreground figures is still further enhanced by the sudden drop down to the middle-ground, dominated by a fountain set in the Garden of Eden. Fanciful architecture of this kind is frequently found in Mabuse's work. He was also a remarkably fine painter of the nude. The treatment of the musculature may not be to modern taste, but it was undoubtedly inspired by classical sculpture. The handling of the hair, especially Eve's long tresses, which may have influenced Milton, was a speciality of the artist. Supplementing the narrative of The Fall as recounted in the second and third chapters of Genesis is a certain amount of symbolism, which is illustrated in Mabuse's work: the two trees represent the Tree of Life and the Tree of Good and Evil, while the plants in the immediate foreground (columbine and sea holly) probably symbolise the contrasting emotions of the fear of God and the lust experienced by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Adam wears an apron of leaves, but Eve is still technically naked. Mabuse was concerned to paint an epitome of the theme and was therefore disposed to take liberties with the biblical text. This painting was presented by the States-General of Holland to Charles I in 1636. It was sold in 1650 after the death of Charles I, but was recovered at the time of the Restoration. It has been suggested that John Milton, who was appointed Latin Secretary to Cromwell's Council of State in 1649, may have seen the work before it was sold, since the description of Adam and Eve in Paradise Lost (Book 4, lines 300-18) is fairly close. Artist: GOSSAERT, Jan (Mabuse) Painting Title: Adam and Eve , 1501-1550 Painting Style: Flemish , , religious
Painting ID::  63046
3226 ago.
Painting:
Adam and Eve
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1520 Oil on panel, 168,9 x 111,4 cm Royal Collection, Windsor This theme occurs at least nine times in Mabuse's painted and graphic oeuvre, but none of these renderings is dated. On grounds of style, however, the present painting would seem to have been undertaken after the Neptune and Amphitrite of 1516 (Berlin, Staatliche Museen) or the Hercules and Deinara of 1517 (Birmingham, Barber Institute of Fine Arts), and to have preceded the Adam and Eve dating from around 1525 (Berlin, Staatliche Museen). In general terms, as his career developed, Mabuse evolved compositions of greater complexity characterised by a repertoire of contorted poses with exaggerated anatomy and a vivid treatment of chiaroscuro. At the same time his technique became altogether freer. The Adam and Eve in the Royal Collection may date from around 1520. Mabuse refers to a number of prints for the poses of Adam and Eve: D?rer's Adam and Eve of 1504, Jacopo de' Barbari's Mars and Venus and Marcantonio Raimondi's Adam and Eve after Raphael. The pose of Eve is perhaps more specifically related to D?rer's engraving known as The Dream of the Doctor, particularly the upper part of the body. Mabuse had visited Italy in 1508-9 and became a prime exponent of Northern Mannerism, a style that evolved principally from the cross-fertilisation of German and Italian art. Quite apart from the large scale of the painting, the prominence of the foreground figures is still further enhanced by the sudden drop down to the middle-ground, dominated by a fountain set in the Garden of Eden. Fanciful architecture of this kind is frequently found in Mabuse's work. He was also a remarkably fine painter of the nude. The treatment of the musculature may not be to modern taste, but it was undoubtedly inspired by classical sculpture. The handling of the hair, especially Eve's long tresses, which may have influenced Milton, was a speciality of the artist. Supplementing the narrative of The Fall as recounted in the second and third chapters of Genesis is a certain amount of symbolism, which is illustrated in Mabuse's work: the two trees represent the Tree of Life and the Tree of Good and Evil, while the plants in the immediate foreground (columbine and sea holly) probably symbolise the contrasting emotions of the fear of God and the lust experienced by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Adam wears an apron of leaves, but Eve is still technically naked. Mabuse was concerned to paint an epitome of the theme and was therefore disposed to take liberties with the biblical text. This painting was presented by the States-General of Holland to Charles I in 1636. It was sold in 1650 after the death of Charles I, but was recovered at the time of the Restoration. It has been suggested that John Milton, who was appointed Latin Secretary to Cromwell's Council of State in 1649, may have seen the work before it was sold, since the description of Adam and Eve in Paradise Lost (Book 4, lines 300-18) is fairly close. Artist: GOSSAERT, Jan (Mabuse) Painting Title: Adam and Eve , 1501-1550 Painting Style: Flemish , , religious


Artist: El Greco
El Greco Epimetheus and Pandora china oil painting reproduction

Epimetheus and Pandora
1600s Polychromed wood, height: 43 cm Conde de la Infantas Collection, Granada A few sculptures, including these two strange nudes, have been attributed to El Greco. This attribution is doubtful, however. It is based on the testimony of Pacheco, who saw in El Greco's studio a series of figurines of wax, stucco, and wood, but these may have been merely models, like those used in the Italian workshops where El Greco was trained. The figures illustrated recall certain nudes in paintings by El Greco in their elongated proportions, their supple postures, and their opposition in contrapposto. Nevertheless, they also evoke certain Florentine mannerists, Sansovino or Cellini, and their naturalism and the accentuated musculature of the male figure are surprising for El Greco. The identification of the statuettes is also problematical. Originally thought to represent Adam and Eve or even Vulcan and Venus, they were correctly identified as representing Epimetheus and Pandora in 1961. According to the Greek poet Hesiod, Pandora was the first woman, created from the earth and water. She was brought to life with heavenly fire and married Epimetheus, the brother of Prometheus. Zeus gave her a beautiful box containing all manner of evils and calamities and Pandora or according to some versions of the myth, Epimetheus, opened it, releasing them into the world. These small statuettes are carved in wood and painted in oils, the traditional materials of Spanish polychrome sculpture. They are undocumented works but the attribution to the artist is generally accepted
Painting ID::  62295
3338 ago.
Painting:
Epimetheus and Pandora
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1600s Polychromed wood, height: 43 cm Conde de la Infantas Collection, Granada A few sculptures, including these two strange nudes, have been attributed to El Greco. This attribution is doubtful, however. It is based on the testimony of Pacheco, who saw in El Greco's studio a series of figurines of wax, stucco, and wood, but these may have been merely models, like those used in the Italian workshops where El Greco was trained. The figures illustrated recall certain nudes in paintings by El Greco in their elongated proportions, their supple postures, and their opposition in contrapposto. Nevertheless, they also evoke certain Florentine mannerists, Sansovino or Cellini, and their naturalism and the accentuated musculature of the male figure are surprising for El Greco. The identification of the statuettes is also problematical. Originally thought to represent Adam and Eve or even Vulcan and Venus, they were correctly identified as representing Epimetheus and Pandora in 1961. According to the Greek poet Hesiod, Pandora was the first woman, created from the earth and water. She was brought to life with heavenly fire and married Epimetheus, the brother of Prometheus. Zeus gave her a beautiful box containing all manner of evils and calamities and Pandora or according to some versions of the myth, Epimetheus, opened it, releasing them into the world. These small statuettes are carved in wood and painted in oils, the traditional materials of Spanish polychrome sculpture. They are undocumented works but the attribution to the artist is generally accepted


Artist: John William Waterhouse
John William Waterhouse The Siren china oil painting reproduction

The Siren
The Siren circa 1900
Painting ID::  61570
3402 ago.
Painting:
The Siren
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The Siren circa 1900


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