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New York Office

Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967) – New York Office, 1962 (Oil on canvas. Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts) – – The animation of urban life is suspended for a brief moment, haste and unrest come to a standstill, revealing the absurdity of the rat race. 30 more words

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#hétfőiszép 1: M. K. Čiurlionis

M. K. Čiurlionis litván művész a századfordulón élt és alkotott. Akkor találkoztam először a nevével és a festményeivel, mikor harmad évesen ezidőtájt készültem a bibliográfiai felmérőre. 62 more words

#hétfőiszép

#hétfőiszép 1

M. K. Čiurlionis litván művész a századfordulón élt és alkotott. Akkor találkoztam először a nevével és a festményeivel, mikor harmad évesen ezidőtájt készültem a bibliográfiai felmérőre. 62 more words

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Muse

Károly Lotz (Hungarian, 1833-1904) – Muse, c.1890s (Oil on canvas. Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest) – – Lotz came to study at the school of Karl Heinrich Rahl in Vienna after student years in the private school of Jakab Marastoni and the workshop of Henrik Weber in 1852. 22 more words

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A Brocade Picture of the Elegant Arts

Kitagawa Utamaro (Japanese, 1753-1806) – A Brocade Picture of the Elegant Arts, Edo Period, 1600-1868 (Color woodcut. Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester) – – These three courtesans are engaged in reading and writing poetry, one of the four “elegant arts.” Women of the entertainment quarter were often famous for their accomplishments in the arts of poetry and calligraphy as well as the usual professional attainments of song and dance. 48 more words

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After the Sitting

Richard Bergh (Swedish, 1858-1919) – After the Sitting, 1884 (Oil on canvas. Malmö Konsthall) – – The painting was first shown at the Paris Salon in 1884. 49 more words

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Claude Monet Reading

Pierre Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919) – Claude Monet Reading, 1872 (Oil on canvas. Musée Marmottan Monet) – – During the summer of 1872 Renoir was the guest of Monet at Argenteuil. 45 more words

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