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#19th Century Art
die-rosastrasse · 13 hours ago
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Patrick William Adam
Scottish, 1852–1929
A Lady in The Room; The Morning Studio
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random-brushstrokes · a day ago
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Paul Schaan - La rue Beaubourg à l’angle de la rue Simon-le-franc (1897)
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archaeologysucks · 2 days ago
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One of my friends asked a very important question, and I don't have an answer for her:
What is the Victorian art style called which often depicts whimsical dancing frogs? Failing that, what are the names of some artists who worked in this style?
Someone on here has to know, right?
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geritsel · 20 hours ago
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Jean-Paul Flandrin - Oaks along the Via Appia near Albano, 1834
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i-love-this-art · 2 days ago
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Aleksander Gierymski / “Ludwig Bridge in Munich" / 1896-1897 / National Museum, Warsaw
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klassizismus · 9 months ago
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By Kawanabe Kyōsai (Japanese, 1831-1889)
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mysteriousartcentury · 11 months ago
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James Sant (1820-1916), Courage, Anxiety and Despair: Watching the Battle, 1850, oil on canvas, 121.9 x 152.4 cm. In a private collection.
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random-brushstrokes · 19 hours ago
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Karl Nordström - Roslag Street, Stockholm (1892 – 1896)
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kiatris · 10 months ago
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Der Morgen Nach Der Feier(detail) by Ludwig Knaus, 1853
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geritsel · 27 days ago
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Wilfred Bosworth Jenkins - nocturnal cityscapes
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klassizismus · 6 months ago
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Detail: Johann de Werth's Überfall bei Tuttlingen 1643, by Karl von Blaas, 1866
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