Divan Japonais Vintage Poster - Toulouse-Lautrec - LARGE Fine Art Print, P061
Poster created by French painter, printmaker, draughtsman, and illustrator Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. He has become famous as the bohemian artist of the Moulin Rouge. He captured the spirit and emotion of the Belle Époque (beautiful era) in Paris, through his posters and prints. Belle Époque was a period in European social history that began during the late 19th century and lasted until World War I. This poster was put up on 20 January 1893, as an advertisement for a small café concert…
Canaletto - Piazza San Marco in Venice [c.1723-24]
Canaletto was the leading painter of city views, or vedute, in eighteenth-century Venice. This early work, which nonetheless displays the most outstanding features of his style, depicts the most famous square in Venice from a high viewpoint, thus ensuring a broader frame for the composition. The horizontal line formed in the background by the façades of St Mark's and the Doge's Palace contrasts sharply with the vertical thrust of the Campanile, while the Procuratie lining both sides of the…
La colección de Alicia Koplovitz en París
Es una de las exposiciones más esperadas de este invierno. Bajo el título "De Zurbaran a Rothko" la colección de Alicia Koplovitz en París. En la
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Expositions | Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal
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Francesco Guardi - San Giorgio Maggiore from the Arcade of the Doge's Palace
Francesco Guardi - San Giorgio Maggiore from the Arcade of the Doge's Palace. c. 1775-78, 49.5 x 36.2 cm., oil on canvas, Private collection
Maximilien Luce | Neo-impressionist painter
Maximilien Luce (1858-1941) was born in Paris to an artisan’s family. He worked as a printmaker in his early years then, around 1880, devoted his career to painting. Camille Pissarro, who shared his anarchist convictions, introduced him to the Neo-Impressionist group in 1887. Luce adopted their technique of Divisionism – the separate application of individual colors. But, far from having the detached approach of Georges Seurat, Luce portrayed the contemporary world with passion.