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John Everett Millais. Ophelia. (1852).

France : The Republic of Bananas

  Great Museums of the World.

John William Waterhouse. The Lady of Shalott (1888).


John William Waterhouse. (1849 - 1917). 
The Pre-Raphaelites.

Pop Art



Thomas Lawrence

Is the most famous portraitist painter with the mode in Europe. With sir Joshua Reynolds and Thomas Gainsborough, Thomas Lawrence is one of the largest Masters of the art of the portrait in Great Britain, his work announces romantic painting. 

Thomas Lawrence. Pinkie. (1794).

Andrew Wyeth. Christina’s World. (1948).

Vincent Van Gogh and the Beaudier Painter feel both the force which lies in nature 
but if Vincent wants to aspire 
the spectator in the picture in the Starlight Night 
The Beaudier Painter projects the colors in Révélation to him. The goal is the same one to share the emotion felt vis-a-vis nature but when Van Gogh wishes to absorb the Beaudier Painter propels. 

The goal is the same one but the means different and are even reversed. 

Are Stucturellism and  Expressionism  very different ?

The Gioconda or Mona Lisa of Leonardo da Vinci 
as you cannot see it elsewhere… 

      Mary Cassat : The Bath.    Alfred Sisley : Misty morning       Edgar Degas : Dancers

Julien Dupre. (1851 - 1910).
Painter of the Peasants, the labors of the Countryside and the Animals…   

Structurellism of the Beaudier Painter

The Beaudier Painter : Glances (2011). Structurellism.

The Beaudier Painter: 
<< Timeless gleams. (2010)

The Beaudier Painter: 
Eternal vibrations. >>

<< The Beaudier Painter :  Incandescenc.(2010). Structurellism.

The Beaudier Painter : Ultimate Amplitude (2010) >>

Lost in the Analysis ? See the heading : Analysis Instructions
Compared Painting if you find more relevant elsewhere send us to them emergency bonds !  Rubens/Rembrandt: Bethsabée with the Bath. (Attention Surprised !)  
Jean Marrie Barre french Photorealist : Impermanency at the end of fingers...
2 New analysis Jean Marie Barre : Transfer, It was that of the doctor. 
Artmix  proposes you to play with the pictures of the Masters. Corot, Latour, Brothers  
Le Nain
, Rembrandt...  

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