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Vincent van Gogh

The artistic career of Vincent van Gogh lasted only a decade but the passionate expression and daring color of his paintings has fascinated viewers for more than a century. Learn about Vincent van Gogh and his amazing artwork.

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  • Claude Monet Paintings 1879-1886

    Claude Monet Paintings 1879-1886

    The Claude Monet paintings of 1879-1886 depict the artist as the epic poet of nature. See some of Claude Monet's most famous Impressionist paintings and learn more about the techniques involved to make them. See more »

  • Claude Monet Paintings 1889-1894

    Claude Monet Paintings 1889-1894

    Claude Monet's paintings from 1889 to 1894 display an attention to the landscape. See the Impressionist paintings of Claude Monet 1889-1894. See more »

  • Claude Monet Paintings 1900-1908

    Claude Monet Paintings 1900-1908

    Claude Monet's paintings from 1900 to 1908 feature his London campaigns and his water lilies. See the famous Impressionist paintings of Claude Monet. See more »

  • Claude Monet Paintings 1914-1926

    Claude Monet Paintings 1914-1926

    Claude Monet's paintings from 1914 to 1926 submerged the viewer into paintings of a larger size. See some of Monet's final Impressionist paintings. See more »

  • Early Paintings by Vincent van Gogh

    Early Paintings by Vincent van Gogh

    The early paintings of Vincent van Gogh often showcase the painter's sense of color and desire for sincere reflections of nature, and are testament to his intense discipline. View the early paintings of van Gogh, and learn about them in this article. See more »

  • Impressionism

    Impressionism

    Impressionism is a form of art developed in the late 19th century as a rejection of conventional style. Famous Impressionist artists include Edouard Manet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. See colorful images of Impressionist paintings. See more »

  • La Plage de Trouville by Eugene Boudin

    La Plage de Trouville by Eugene Boudin

    Eugen Boudin was long fascinated with how the light reflected on sand and water. It was his work that inspired many of the creations of Claude Monet. La Plage de Trouville is Boudin's most famous painting and has inspired many great impressionists. See more »

  • Madeleine in the Bois dAmour by Emile Bernard

    Madeleine in the Bois dAmour by Emile Bernard

    A close friend of both Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh, Bernard painted his sister while on a summer trip to Pont Aven, Brittany in 1888. See the painting and learn more about this post-Impressionist painter and the style of synthetism. See more »

  • Michelangelo

    Michelangelo

    Michelangelo is one of the most remarkable artists in history. His masterpieces include David and Last Judgment and his artwork can also be seen in magnificent frescoes on the Sistine Chapel Ceiling. See more »

  • Michelangelo Biography

    Michelangelo Biography

    With a life full of spiritual, political and artistic struggle, Michelangelo's story is much deeper than his well-known masterpieces. Defying his father at an early age, Michelangelo took up art instead of business -- a decision that changed the history of his life, as well as art itself. See more »

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