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Baroque (71)|___ Jan Vermeer (15)|___ Peter Paul Rubens (27)|___ Rembrandt van Rijn (29)Expressionism (41)|___ Franz Marc (17)Fauvism (26)|___ Paul Gauguin (26)Impressionism (300)|___ Edgar Degas (36)|___ Edouard Manet (25)|___ Mary Cassatt (32)|___ Paul Cezanne (20)|___ Pierre Renoir (43)|___ Toulouse-Lautrec (48)|___ Vincent van Gogh (66)Renaissance (19)|___ Leonardo da Vinci (7)|___ Sandro Botticelli (12)
Girl Asleep at a TableJan Vermeer, Girl Asleep at a Table, Baroque, 1657, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.210.00 USD
Girl Reading a Letter at an Open WindowJan Vermeer, Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window, Baroque, 1657, Dresden Gallery, Dresden, Germany.210.00 USD
Girl with a FluteJan Vermeer, Girl with a Flute, Baroque, 1666-1667, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA.210.00 USD
Girl with a Pearl EarringJan Vermeer, Girl with a Pearl Earring, Baroque, 1665, Royal Cabinet of Paintings Mauritshuis, The Hague,Netherlands.
The Girl with a Pearl Earring (Het meisje met de parel) is one of Vermeer's masterworks and as the nameimplies, uses a pearl earring for a focal point. The painting is sometimes referred to as "the Mona Lisa of theNorth".210.00 USD195.00 USD
Girl with a Red HatJan Vermeer, Girl with a Red Hat, Baroque, 1666-1667, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA.210.00 USD
Lady Seated at a VirginalJan Vermeer, Lady Seated at a Virginal, Baroque, 1673-1675, National Gallery, London, England.210.00 USD
Lady Standing at a VirginalJan Vermeer, Lady Standing at a Virginal, Baroque, 1673-1675, National Gallery, London, England.210.00 USD
Lady with Her MaidservantJan Vermeer, Lady with Her Maidservant, Baroque, 1667-1668, The Frick Collection, New York, USA.210.00 USD
Lady Writing a Letter with Her MaidJan Vermeer, Lady Writing a Letter with Her Maid, Baroque, 1670, National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland.210.00 USD
The Guitar PlayerJan Vermeer, The Guitar Player, Baroque, 1672, Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood, England.210.00 USD
The LacemakerJan Vermeer, The Lacemaker, Baroque, 1669-1670, Muse du Louvre, Paris, France.210.00 USD
The MilkmaidJan Vermeer, The Milkmaid, Baroque, 1658, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands.210.00 USD
View of DelftJan Vermeer, View of Delft, Baroque, 1660-1661, Mauritshuis, the Hague, Netherlands.210.00 USD
Woman Weighing PearlsJan Vermeer, Woman Weighing Pearls, Baroque, 1662-1664, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA.210.00 USD
Woman with a Water JugJan Vermeer, Woman with a Water Jug, Baroque, 1664-1665, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
This painting of the early 1660s is characteristic of Vermeer's mature style. Here, a woman, lost in thought whilein the midst of a daily activity, stands near the corner of a room, holding the frame of a leaded-glass window inone hand and a water pitcher in the other. This canvas was the first of thirteen paintings by Vermeer to enter theUnited States between 1887 and 1919.210.00 USD
Peter Paul Rubens
An Old Woman with a Chafing-DishPeter Paul Rubens, An Old Woman with a Chafing-Dish, Baroque, 1616-1618, The Dresden Gallery, Dresden,Germany.481.00 USD
Apotheosis of Henry IVPeter Paul Rubens, Apotheosis of Henry IV, Baroque, 1621-1625, Muse du Louvre, Paris, France.546.00 USD
BacchusPeter Paul Rubens, Bacchus, Baroque, 1638-1640, Hermitage, St Petersburg, Russia.533.00 USD
Cimon and PeroPeter Paul Rubens, Cimon and Pero, Baroque, 1636, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands.481.00 USD
Hippopotamus and Crocodile HuntPeter Paul Rubens, Hippopotamus and Crocodile Hunt, Baroque, 1615-1616, Alte Pinakothek, Munich, Bavaria,Germany.520.00 USD
Landscape with a Rainbow (1)Peter Paul Rubens, Landscape with a Rainbow, Baroque, 1632-1635, Hermitage, St Petersburg, Russia.481.00 USD
Landscape with a Rainbow (2)Peter Paul Rubens, Landscape with a Rainbow, Baroque, 1636-1638, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia.481.00 USD
Landscape with the Chteau SteenPeter Paul Rubens, Landscape with the Chteau Steen, Baroque, 1636, National Gallery, London, England.481.00 USD
Landscape with the Ruins of Mount Palatine in RomePeter Paul Rubens, Landscape with the Ruins of Mount Palatine in Rome, Baroque, 1608, Muse du Louvre,Paris, France.481.00 USD
Massacre of the InnocentsPeter Paul Rubens, Massacre of the Innocents, Baroque, 1621, Alte Pinakothek, Munich, Germany.
Peter Paul Rubens painted this theme more than once. This version, now in Munich, is one of the most valuablepaintings in the world.546.00 USD
Mercury and ArgusPeter Paul Rubens, Mercury and Argus, Baroque, 1635-1638, Gemldegalerie, Dresden, Germany.481.00 USD
Return of the Prodigal SonPeter Paul Rubens, Return of the Prodigal Son, Baroque, 1618, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten,Antwerp, Belgium.481.00 USD
Samson and DelilahPeter Paul Rubens, Samson and Delilah, Baroque, 1609, National Gallery, London, England.481.00 USD
Stormy Landscape with Philemon and BaucisPeter Paul Rubens, Stormy Landscape with Philemon and Baucis, Baroque, 1620, Kunsthistorisches Museum,Vienna, Austria.481.00 USD
Tereus Confronted with the Head of his Son ItylusPeter Paul Rubens, Tereus Confronted with the Head of his Son Itylus, Baroque, 1636-1638, Museo del Prado,Madrid, Spain.520.00 USD
The Consequences of WarPeter Paul Rubens, The Consequences of War, Baroque, 1638, Palazzo Pitti, Galleria Palatina, Florence, Italy.546.00 USD
The Consequences of War [detail]Peter Paul Rubens, The Consequences of War [detail], Baroque, 1637-1638, Galleria Palatina (Palazzo Pitti),Florence, Italy.481.00 USD
The Four Parts of the WorldPeter Paul Rubens, The Four Parts of the World, Baroque, 1612-1614, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna,Austria.533.00 USD
The Garden of LovePeter Paul Rubens, The Garden of Love, Baroque, 1630, Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain.546.00 USD
The Happiness of the RegencyPeter Paul Rubens, The Happiness of the Regency, Baroque, 1621-1625, Muse du Louvre, Paris, France.546.00 USD
The Judgment of Paris (1)Peter Paul Rubens, The Judgment of Paris, Baroque, 1632-35, National Gallery, London, England.481.00 USD
The Judgment of Paris (2)Peter Paul Rubens, The Judgment of Paris, Baroque, 1639, Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain.481.00 USD
The Landing of Marie de' Mdici at MarseillesPeter Paul Rubens, The Landing of Marie de' Mdici at Marseilles, Baroque, 1623-1625, Muse du Louvre,Paris, France.546.00 USD
The Three GracesPeter Paul Rubens, The Three Graces, Baroque, 1636-1638, Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain.481.00 USD
The Triumph of VictoryPeter Paul Rubens, The Triumph of Victory, Baroque, 1614, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Kassel, Germany.533.00 USD
The Triumphal Car of Kallo (sketch)Peter Paul Rubens, The Triumphal Car of Kallo (sketch), Baroque, 1638, Koninklijk Museum voor SchoneKunsten, Antwerp, Belgium.481.00 USD
Woman with a MirrorPeter Paul Rubens, Woman with a Mirror, Baroque, 1640, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Kassel, Germany.481.00 USD
Rembrandt van Rijn
Aristotle with a Bust of HomerRembrandt van Rijn, Aristotle with a Bust of Homer, Baroque, 1653, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,USA.
This imaginary portrait, one of Rembrandt's best-known works, was painted for Don Antonio Ruffo, a wealthySicilian nobleman and Rembrandt's only foreign patron, who had asked Rembrandt for a portrait of aphilosopher. The artist sent the painting to Messina (Sicily) in 1654. He was paid 500 Dutch florine (gulden) forit.297.00 USD
Bathsheba at Her BathRembrandt van Rijn, Bathsheba at Her Bath, Baroque, 1654, Muse du Louvre, Paris, France.
In the Old Testament, Bathsheba is the wife of Uriah the Hittite and later of King David. She is the mother ofKing Solomon.
2 Samuel 11:1 to 12:25 tells the story of David's adultery with Bathsheba, and his subsequent murder of Uriah inorder to conceal his guilt. His plan comes unstuck when God sends the prophet Nathan to denounce David bymeans of a parable. David is completely taken in, declaring at the end of it, "The man who did this deserves todie!" only to be told by Nathan, "You are that man".
Although both David and Bathsheba are spared death for this crime, their first child dies after only 7 days.Furthermore, the Bible claims that the subsequent string of intrigues, murders and infighting including civil warthat plagues David's later life is part of a curse imposed as additional punishment.
Rembrandt's painting shows Bathseba as she receives the message of King David summoning her.297.00 USD
Belshazzar's FeastRembrandt van Rijn, Belshazzar's Feast, Baroque, 1635, National Gallery, London, England.
The scene illustrates chapter 5 of the Old Testament Book of Daniel. Belshazzar, King of Babylon, gave a greatfeast at which wine was drunk in the golden and silver vessels looted by his father Nebuchadnezzar, from thetemple in J