A small selection showing how still life painting was an essential part of his art, even more fascinating and enigmatic than his landscapes.
Between 1817 and 1842, he went on a succession of expeditions in the US, Colombia, and the Pacific islands, as artist and naturalist. Yet he was even buried in an unmarked grave. Does modesty pay?
The Priest continues reading The Tale of Inappropriate Curiosity. Towards the end, he’s interrupted when Don Quixote dreams he kills a giant. The story is completed once order returns to the inn.
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Two by Edvard Munch, and by Lovis Corinth, Gabriel von Max with one of his monkeys, Egon Schiele with his family, the elderly Christian Krohg, and more.
Unusual self-portraits by Sofonisba Anguissola, Rembrandt, Artemisia Gentileschi, Courbet, Gérôme and others.
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A new series in which painters pit their work against juries of Salons and exhibitions, who then reject paintings which history judges quite differently.
Still life paintings by Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Alfred Sisley and Pierre-August Renoir show how Impressionism retained some traditional techniques.
He continued to add to his unique collection of paintings of birds after The Birds of America was published, and painted animals too.