19th Century

The 19th century painting - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions - Framed and not Framed

At the end of the 18th century appears a simple art, which emerged from the Enlightenment, and inspired by the Ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian art: the neoclassical. Also, the academic art, an official art accepted by the rich bourgeois but not really open to what's new and to personal expression. Neoclassicism will leave gradually its place at the beginning of the nineteenth century to a more tormented and less formal art: the romanticism. A few artists such as Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Alfred Sisley or Camille Pissaro, accustomed of the "Salon des Refusés", will create the impressionist movement in response to the official art, soon joined by Frédéric Bazille or William Turner.

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Henri Fantin-Latour

A Basket of Roses

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1890, The National Gallery, London
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Gustave Caillebotte

A Boating Party

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The painter stands facing the model to represent the action of the rower with the river in the background. The photographic technique clearly inspires this view which could have its source in photographs taken by Martial, the brother of Caillebotte, photographer.
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Claude Monet

A Corner of the Apartment

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From 1871, when he returned from England, until 1878, Monet lived in the commune of Argenteuil near Paris. During this period he often featured his wife Camille in his paintings, with their eldest son Jean, born in 1867. He is pictured here, inside the second house that Monet lived in in Argenteuil, with a figure, probably Camille, in shadow in the...
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Henri Fantin-Latour

A corner of the table

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"A corner of the table" is a group portrait as much as a testimony of the literary history of the nineteenth century, the Parnassus poetic movement in particular. At the end of a table, several men gathered after a meal. Three are standing, left to right: Elzéar Bonnier, Emile Blemont, Jean Aicard. Five are seated, Paul Verlaine and Arthur Rimbaud, Léon...
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Frants Henningsen

A funeral

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1883, Statens Museum for Kunst
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Anton Mauve

A Herdess with Cows on a Country Road in the Rain

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1848-1888, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam  A herdess is walking under her umbrella as she drives her four cows forward. ‘The soaking wet atmosphere is captured so well that one’s feet start to feel wet if one looks at the work too long,’ one critic wrote. In contrast to Mauve’s pictures of horse-riders, where the horses always move towards the horizon, the cows...
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Paul Gabriël

A river in Abcoude

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View of a watercourse in a polder at Abcoude. At right, near the row of willows along the water is a man fishing, in the distance a mill. 1878, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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Henri Fantin-Latour

A Studio at Les Batignolles

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Les Batignolles was the district where Manet and many of the future Impressionists lived. Fantin-Latour, a quiet observer of this period, has gathered around Manet, presented as the leader of the school, a number of young artists with innovative ideas: from left to right, we can recognise Otto Schölderer, a German painter who had come to France to get to...
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Christoffer W. Eckersberg

A View through Three Arches of the Third Storey...

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During his years in Rome from 1813 to 1816, C.W. Eckersberg painted a large number of pictures of the city’s ancient ruins, particularly the old amphitheatre the Coliseum. He painted many views from the inside of the building, and here he has taken up position on the third storey, painting the view through three arches there. Eckersberg began his open-air...
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Paul Gabriël

A Windmill on a Polder Waterway

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A Windmill on a Polder Waterway, Known as ‘In the Month of July’. ‘Our country is saturated with colour. ...I repeat, our country is not grey, not even in grey weather, nor are the dunes grey,’ wrote Constant Gabriël in a letter. Unlike many Hague School painters, he actually enjoyed depicting a beautiful summer day. There are even two of them in this...
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Edgar Degas

A Woman Seated beside a Vase of Flowers

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The novelty of this composition has prompted many writers to suggest that the seated woman was an afterthought. Although there remains some doubt, she is probably the wife of Degas’s school friend Paul Valpinçon. Degas immensely enjoyed his visits to their country house, Ménil-Hubert, and the presence of dahlias, asters, and gaillardias in the bouquet...
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Wilhelm Bendz

A Young Artist (Ditlev Blunck) Examining a...

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A young artist is taking a break from his work, holding up a study in front of a mirror to see how the composition would look in reverse.  The picture gives an impression of how the painters of the time saw themselves: As serious, self-aware artists. The particular painter in this picture is standing in a crowded room surrounded by his tools and...
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William Bouguereau

A Young Girl Defending Herself against Eros

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A young nude woman sits with her arms outstretched, pushing away a winged boy. He is Cupid, the god of love, holding up an arrow to pierce her. The title suggests that the young woman is trying to defend herself, yet she smiles and struggles unconvincingly against the mischievous little god. Visitors to the Paris exhibitions of the 1870s and 1880s loved...
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