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Original Art Paint/Oil Painting, measuring: 59.69W x 59.69H x 3.81D cm, by: Tess Gartland-jones (United Kingdom). Styles: Fine Art. Subject: Seascape. Keywords: Painting, Atmospheric, Expressive, Landscape, Gartlandjones, Tess, Oil, Seascape. This Paint/Oil Painting is one of a kind and once sold will no longer be available to purchase. Buy art at Saatchi Art.

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The Avenue Poster Size: 24" x 20". Gender: unisex. Age Group: adult. Material: Value Poster Paper (Matte).

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Title: The Wagon Souvenir of SaintryArtist: Jean Baptiste CorotProduct Type: Canvas ArtSize: 35" x 47"Made in the USA.Jean Baptiste Corot was a French landscape painter and printmaker in etching. He is a pivotal figure in landscape painting and his vast output simultaneously references the Neo-Classical tradition and anticipates the plein-air innovations of Impressionism.This 35" x 47" canvas art is ready to hang. Giclee (jee-clay) is an advanced printmaking process for creating high…

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19th-century French School oil on canvas. The work is smooth to the touch. This Barbizon School landscape embodies the sought-after luminous effect from this era. Dark areas fade into the foreground giving way to light and depth. The details are mastered, specifically the pond shadows and reflections. These ephemeral lights and the details give an immersive effect to the landscape. Overall size: 17.3" x 22.8" / 44cm x 58cm. Size without the frame: 10.6" x 16.1"/ 27.5cm x 41cm. Provenance…

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A French Barbizon School oil on canvas painting of cattle herd in a landscape by Pablo (Pierre) Martinez Del Rio, second half of the 19th century. This French plein air painting features an exquisite depiction of a cattle herd, lead from afar by their shepherd and welcoming in their group a single sheep. The central cow in the foreground draws us in, subtly leading our eye to the rest of the scene. The position of the herd behind her, invites us to discover the background, showcasing the…

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Nineteenth-Century European Painting: From Barbizon to La Belle Époque is THE quintessential resource of 19th-century European fine art. This scholarly yet approachable book by William Rau sheds new light on the history of 19th-century European painting by examining the works of over 200 masters, covering dozens of movements from Romanticism to Impressionism and everything in between. Masters of 19th-century art, including Corot, Bouguereau, Alma-Tadema, Godward, Monet, Renoir, van Gogh…

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John Carleton Wiggins The use of light in this image is particularly interesting, the young cow rendered with an unnaturally direct light situated over the beast with harsh and short shadows reminiscent of a close light. It almost captures in a manner similar to a studio rendering with a strong overhead light. Wiggins' ability to manipulate light to create an unusual perspective set his bucolic pastoral landscapes apart from contemporaries of similar Barbizon influences. The present…

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A late 19th century Barbizon School oil on canvas by Victor Jean Baptiste Barthélemy Binet (1849-1924), featuring a rural scene of sheep with a shepherd on a cloudy day. He exhibited at the 1878 Paris Salon, at the Royal Acadmy in London in 1886 and was awarded a gold medal at the Exposition Universelle in 1889. Binet also received the title of the "Legion d’Honneur” in 1900. The numerous works that Binet left to the posterity are testimonies of the conditions of life in the 19th century in…

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Beautifully rendered, 19th century, oil-on-board, French, Barbizon-school painting of figures in a landscape - signed, "M. Donat”, lower left, and inscribed by the artist on the reverse. Held in a richly hand carved, gessoed, and gilded frame.

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