18th Century

The 18th century painting - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions - Framed and not Framed

Neoclassicism. Rococo. Romanticism. The age of enlightenment is first the philosophers. But it is also very rich in the area of painting. The occidental 18th century has four major pictorial styles: the rococo, the Grand Tour, the neo-classicism and romanticism. But this last style, which took birth at the end of the 18th century, flourishes at the 19th century.

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Herman Henstenburgh

A Bouquet of Flowers

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possibly Herman Henstenburgh, 1680, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
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Francesco Guardi

A Caprice with a Ruined Arch

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This invented ruined arch, with a suspended lantern, may be derived from those which form the arcade of the Doge's Palace in Venice. The arch appears in other works by Guardi.
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Aert Schouman

A Red Bergamot in a Landscape

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In the course of his long and successful career, Aert Schouman took a large number of pupils under his wing. One of them here imitated the kind of depictions his teacher made. Schouman’s mastery becomes evident when the two works are compared. The leaves in this unsigned watercolour are somewhat static and stiffly painted, and the colouring of the work as...
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Aert Schouman

A Red Bergamot in a Landscape (2)

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The bright red watercolour and gouache Aert Schouman used to deftly record this bergamot plant on paper is astonishingly intense. It is also the most striking of all his colours, which were greatly admired in his own time. In the 18th century paints were not yet produced in factories. Artists mixed them by hand following their own, sometimes secret,...
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Hendrik Meyer

A Summer Scene

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1787, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA An idealized version of summer in the Dutch countryside. In the foreground, a tree and a shepherd tending sheep are cast in deep shadow. Their silhouettes draw attention to a brightly lit mill house in which every brick, piece of wood, and blade of straw is visible.  Other details suggest the summer heat:...
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Jean-Baptiste Chardin

A Vase of Flowers

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1750, Scottish National Gallery
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Hendrik Meyer

A Winter Scene

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1787, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA Hendrik Meyer illustrated this watercolor--an idealized version of winter in a Dutch village--in great detail. A barren tree rendered in crisp lines and white highlights, dominates the foreground.  Despite the frigid weather, people are outside, keeping warm with activities such as chopping and gathering...
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Willem van Mieris

A woman and a fish pedlar in a kitchen

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On the sill are two ducks, a basket of snipe, and fish; hanging on the right, a pheasant and two rabbits. The bas-relief is a variant of a 'Triumph of Galatea' relief which appears in several of van Mieris' paintings. This is one of several variations van Mieris painted in the tradition of Gerrit Dou's 'niche paintings' (the depiction of an interior...
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Louis Lagrenée

Amor and Psyche

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Louis Jean François Lagrenée (1725-1805).
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Francesco Guardi

An Architectural Caprice

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Various features of the scene are drawn from Venetian architecture. The arch itself recalls that of the Torre dell'Orologio and the building in the middle distance, with the staircase, is a free adaptation of the internal façade of the Doge's Palace and the Scala dei Giganti.
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Francesco Guardi

An Architectural Caprice (2)

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This invented architectural setting includes a domed building, possibly a temple set on a podium, and a semi-circular colonnade which concludes in the right foreground. The domed construction is derived in part from Palladio's unexecuted design for the Rialto Bridge.
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