Neo-Impressionist paintings
Collection of Neo-Impressionist paintings in Indianapolis Museum of Art
Neo-Impressionist paintings. Relatively few Americans know that our country’s finest collection of Neo-Impressionist paintings is
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National Gallery of Art in Washington
Andrew and Jamie Wyeth
Paintings by Andrew and Jamie Wyeth in The National Gallery The National Gallery now
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Metropolitan Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Met Reveals Its Pre-Raphaelites. Although New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is
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The 10 oldest buildings in the world that are still in use
The 10 oldest buildings in the world that are still in use Old buildings
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Lockwood de Forest. A teak jali featuring floral arabesques surrounding a Tree of Life, inspired by a decoration on the western faзade of
Lockwood de Forest
Lockwood de Forest ’s Wall 1881, 54 progressive citizens established the Art Association of
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Harold Rabinovitz
Harold Rabinovitz
Amazing picture of Harold Rabinovitz The painting of Harold Rabinovitz arrived in early in
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Portrait of a Young Girl (Katharine Rosen) 923, Oil on canvas. Courtesy Lois Wagner Fine Arts, New York City
Eugene Speicher
From Famous to Forgotten:Reconsidering Eugene Speicher While it is now difficult to imagine that
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Souvenir of Loch Lomond 1875, Oil on canvas, 51 1/2 x 76 1/8 in. Private collection, courtesy French & Company, New York City
The French artist Gustave Dore
Biography of Gustave Dore The French artist Gustave Dore (1832-1883) is well known for
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Self-portrait with wife
Arnold Böcklin
Arnold Böcklin – an outstanding master of mythological scenes and the author of the
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Painting
Mikhail Klodt
Mikhail Konstantinovich Klodt (born December 30, 1832 – died May 16, 1902) is an
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