Miniature landscape views embedded in more conventional paintings were not uncommon during the Renaissance, before landscape was established as a genre.
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A pupil of Whistler’s and member of his circle, he too adopted a form of Impressionism during the 1880s. With examples of landscape paintings.
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The jury for the French Pavilion at the Exposition Universelle in 1855 rejected three of Courbet’s paintings, including one of the canonical paintings of the century.
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More superb cartoons to be woven into tapestries for royal palaces, including a panorama of Madrid, and humorour rural scenes.
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From the earliest still life paintings, many were designed not just to look realistic, but to deceive the viewer. Examples from van Eyck to the 20th century.