Michele Cascella - Saint Germain en Laye


Atkinson Grimshaw - Moonlight, Wharfedale, 1871


Adolf Kaufmann - Boote in einer Gracht


Gioacchino La Pira - Vesuvius at Night, 1865


Ralph Albert Blakelock - A Waterfall, Moonlight


Angelo Inganni - Spazzacamini, la rottura del salvadanaio


Angelo Inganni - Interno del Duomo di Milano, 1844


Angelo Inganni - Il Naviglio dal ponte di San Marco, 1834-37


Edouard Fournier - The Funeral of Shelley, 1889


Claude Monet, Garden at Sainte-Adresse


Angelo Inganni - Notturno di Piazza del Duomo a Milano


Catherine Klein - Vintage Art


Catharina Klein [b. 1861, Eylau, East Prussia - d. 1929, Berlin, Germany] is also known as Catherine Klein. Her name was Anglicized during WWI to avoid any disinclination to buy her work. She is sometimes mistakenly referred to as "Christine". Her signature is "C.Klein" and usually accompanies her work, especially in those postcards and prints closest to the original paintings which were in oil or gouache, an opaque watercolor paint. If her signature is underlined, it’s an indication of an earlier work. She rode the crest of chromolithography at the end of the 19th and into the 20th Century. Catharina Klein was born in 1861 in Eylau in East Prussia (what is now a Russian province called Kallinigrad which is actually separated by the Baltic States from Mainland Russia).

Giuseppe Dangelico



Sergio Lopez, 1983


Vail Oxley - Impressionist painter



Vail Oxley is a Beijing-based artist that creates impressionist style garden scenes. Oxley prefers a country ambience reminiscent of Monet's Giverny paintings. The artist's paintings are gentle themes; painted using a clear, bright palette and soft edged visual style.
Vail Oxley's work has become popular around the world. Born in the countryside near Beijing, China, Oxley was influenced from an early age by the time he spent fishing with his beloved grandfather. The tranquility of water is a dominant theme in his paintings.

James Abbott McNeill Whistler - Venezia San Marco


Alexandre Cabanel - Ophelia, 1883



Max Ernst - Paesaggio, 1935


Jacqueline Williams, 1962 - British painter

"I first met Jackie Williams when she was a student at the Royal Academy Schools in the mid eighties. Already I could see she was following her own particular vision which had nothing to do with being consciously innovative or modern. Already as a student she showed a toughness and determination to swim against the tide if necessary, for she would not be drawn along by any current of fashion.
Jackie's work is a celebration of nature, of beauty, and of light, and being celebratory she touches cords in her followers and reveals to them a world, her world, to which they can respond.

Lionel Walden - Hawaiian Fisherman, 1924

Lionel Walden - Hawaiian Fisherman, 1924
Lionel Walden - Alexander III Bridge, Paris

Lionel Walden - I Docks di Cardiff, 1894

Musée d'Orsay, Parigi

Lionel Walden (1861-1933) was an American painter active in Hawaii, Cornwall and France.
He was born in Norwich, Connecticut in 1861. He first became interested in art in Minnesota, where the family moved when his father became rector of an Episcopal Church there. As a young man, Walden moved to Paris where he studied painting with Carolus-Duran. In around 1893-97, Walden was in England, living in Falmouth. Paintings of Cardiff in Wales are in museums in Cardiff and Paris. Walden received medals from the Paris Salon and was made a Knight of the French Legion of Honor. He visited Hawaii in 1911 and several times thereafter. Walden died in Chantilly, France in 1933.

Georges Lapchine - Place Saint-Germain des Près


Claude Monet - The River Epte


Claude Monet - Camille Monet à la fenêtre, 1872


Amedeo Modigliani - Jeanne Hebuterne, 1917

Amedeo Clemente Modigliani was an Italian painter and sculptor who worked mainly in France. He is known for portraits and nudes in a modern style.
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Berthe Morisot - Dahlias, c.1876

Berthe Morisot was a painter and a member of the circle of painters in Paris who became known as the Impressionists.

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Sir Anthony van Dyck - Family Portrait, 1621

Sir Anthony van Dyck studied under Peter Paul Rubens and was one of his most accomplished students. Van Dyck's career flourished and he went on to become England's leading court painter.
Using his own compositional techniques, van Dyck was soon ranked alongside Titian in terms of style and the relaxed elegance of his portraits helped shape English portraiture for almost two centuries. Anthony van Dyck was particularly well-known for redefining the iconographical style as well as his fresh approach to new color schemes.
As well as portraits van Dyck also painted biblical and mythological subjects and was an accomplished etcher and engraver in his own right. He would often sketch his works as practise before executing the final version onto canvas.
His etchings in particular show his great ability to define light and shadow contrasts and his dexterity in creating fine lines and detail to ensure a realistic rendering of the sitter.

Vincent van Gogh - Le pont de Trinquetaille


Frants Diderik Bøe - Norwegian Still Life painter



Odilon Redon - Butterflies, 1910

Vicente Palmaroli - Summer Days

Vicente Palmaroli González (5 September 1834 , Zarzalejo - 25 January 1896, Madrid) was a Spanish portrait and Genre painter.
He was the son of Gaetano Palmaroli, an Italian painter and lithographer, who was his first teacher. After his father's death in 1853, he took over his official position at the royal art collections. He requested leave in 1857 to go to Rome and complete his education, using some surplus money from the collection fund. While there, he joined a group of Spanish painters who met at the Antico Caffè Greco, including Luis Álvarez Catalá, Dióscoro Puebla, José Casado del Alisal, Eduardo Rosales, Benet Mercadé, Marià Fortuny and Alejo Vera. He participated in the National Exhibition in 1862 with two works he created in Italy, winning a First-Class Medal. The following year, he returned to Italy and remained until 1866.

Penleigh Boyd - Woodcutter’s Cottage


Hans Dahl (1849-1937)


Arturo Ferrari - Via San Bernardino in Milano, 1912

Arturo Ferrari (Milan, 1861-1932) was an Italian painter.
Initiated into artistic studies by his father Cesare, an associate of Luigi Scrosati, and the painter Mosè Bianchi from Lodi, Arturo Ferrari completed his training at the Brera Academy under the guidance of Giuseppe Bertini from 1877-1884 while working in the studio of Gerolamo Induno at the same time. He made his debut at the Esposizione di Belle Arti di Brera in 1879 with a view of the interior of Milan Cathedral, thus inaugurating the repertoire of Milanese perspective views that was to be a constant feature of his vast production of oil paintings and watercolours. He soon became the guiding spirit of a poetic and sentimental evocation of "Old Milan" during the phase of transition to the 20th century, when the face of the city changed radically through wholesale rebuilding. A regular participant in all the major exhibitions until 1932, the year of his death, he was the recipient of numerous marks of official recognition and enjoyed considerable success with the public as well as the esteem of conservative critics.