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Claude Monet, 'The Gare Saint-Lazare- Arrival of a Train', 1877. In the collection of the Harvard Art Museum

The Gare Saint-Lazare: Arrival of a Train by Claude Monet

“Monet is only an eye, but my God what an eye!” - Paul Cezanne 'The Gare Saint-Lazare: Arrival of a Train' painted in 1877 is considered ...

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John Graham, Two Sisters, ArtEx

Two Sisters by John Graham

"Starting a painting is starting an argument in terms of canvas and paint." Don't feel bad if you've never heard of this artist. ...

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James Lord by Alberto Giacometti

James Lord by Alberto Giacometti

“You look like a real thug. If I could paint you as I see you and a policeman saw the picture, he’d arrest you immediately.” Alberto ...

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Clyfford Still, 1944-N No.2, ArtEx featured

1944-N No. 2 by Clyfford Still

"You can turn the lights out. The paintings will carry their own fire." A painter whose style remains unmistakably his, Clyfford ...

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Wassily Kandinsky - Deepened Impulse Detail

Deepened Impulse (Vertiefte Regung) by Wassily Kandinsky

"Technically, every work of art comes into being in the same way as the cosmos — by means of catastrophes, which ultimately create ...

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Picasso, La Gommeuse, 1901

La Gommeuse by Pablo Picasso

"...both temptation and downfall incarnate, a high priestess of melancholy and a siren of joie de vivre." Picasso's La Gommeuse is ...

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