From Renoir in 1881 through multiple Impressonists to Monet in 1908, more views of Piazza San Marco in Venice.
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From Bellini in 1496, through Canaletto, to JMW Turner in 1840, views of Piazza San Marco in Venice.
Two major works showing the plight of Greeks during their war of independence, first signs of Orientalism, and several literary narratives.
Hodler’s Parallelist paintings, and more than 30 of the paintings of Paul Cézanne depart from the basic optical principles of reflections. Why?
A symbol of the harvest with Ceres, a weapon for Bacchantes, the sign of the Divine Reaper Saturn, used by Iris to cut locks of hair, and for cutting the cereal crop.
Among 15 works shown here are two of Sviatohirsk Monastery, destroyed by Bolsheviks after October Revolution of 1917, and shelled into ruins in 2022.
Queen Penelope and their son Telemachus were awaiting the return of Odysseus, whose ships ended up off the island of the Cyclops.
The curious story of the countess who rode naked through the city of Coventry to win its people a cut in taxes, and Wanda of Kraków.
Robin Hood, who robbed the bad to help the poor, and his colleagues William Tell, Oleksa Dovbush and Holger Danske.
Started training in 1815, first commission in 1819, set his sights on the Salon of 1822, and made his name with ‘The Barque of Dante’.