Gustave Loiseau | 260 artworks | Page 2


Gustave Loiseau🎨 (3 October 1865 - 10 October 1935) was a French Post-Impressionist painter, remembered above all for his landscapes and scenes of Paris streets.
Loiseau's paintings, revealing his passion for the seasons from the beginning of spring to the harvests later in the autumn, often depict the same orchard or garden scene as time goes by.
Series of this kind, which also include cliffs, harbours or churches, are reminiscent of Claude Monet🎨.

Gustave Loiseau | 260 artworks | Page 1


French painter🎨 Gustave Loiseau is well known for his landscapes and scenes of Paris.
Loiseau's paintings, revealing his passion for the seasons from the beginning of spring to the harvests later in the autumn, often depict the same scene as time goes by.
Series of this kind, which include many different types of landscapes, are reminiscent of Claude Monet🎨.

Roman Fedosenko / Роман Федосенко, 1970


Роман Федосенко lives and works in Minsk, Belarus.
Hailing from Minsk, Belarus, Roman Fedosenko is an international artist who paints in both Impressionist and Realist styles.
A lot of traveling and actively exhibit their work.
Participates in various art projects.

Marc Chagall | Les Paysans, 1971


The wondrous vitality of Chagall's imagination, as youthfully whimsical and impetuous as ever, empowered him in his late paintings to become - like Picasso, notwithstanding the strong differences in their backgrounds and temperament - the impresario, auteur, director and a leading player in a lively theater of memory. Just as Picasso drew heavily on his ancestral Mediterranean roots, so Chagall became the artificer of a pictorial realm based on multiple personal mythologies he had evolved for himself as the proverbial Wandering Jew.

Sir Frederic William Burton | Hellelil and Hildebrand, the Meeting on the Turret Stairs, 1864


The subject is taken from a medieval Danish ballad translated by Burton’s friend Whitley Stokes in 1855, which tells the story of Hellelil, who fell in love with her personal guard Hildebrand, Prince of Engelland.
Her father disapproved of the relationship and ordered her seven brothers to kill the young prince.

Jean-Baptiste Greuze | Broken Eggs, 1756

Broken Eggs attracted favorable comment when exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1757.
One critic noted that the young serving girl had a noble pose worthy of a history painter.
The canvas was painted in Rome, but the principal source may have been a seventeenth-century Dutch work by Frans van Mieris the Elder (1635-1681) - State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, which Jean-Baptiste Greuze (French painter🎨, 1725-1805) would have known from an engraving.
The broken eggs symbolize the loss of the girl's virginity. | © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Jean Baptiste Greuze | Broken Eggs, 1756 (detail) | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Rembrandt | Old Woman Cutting Her Nails,1655-60

Once well known as a Rembrandt🎨, this large canvas has also been attributed to the master's pupil, Nicolaes Maes (1643-1693), and to Abraham van Dijck (ca. 1635?-1680?).
The two artists were closely associated in Dordrecht, the southern Dutch city from which several Rembrandt🎨 followers came.
Whatever its authorship, the painting must date from about 1655-60.