Romantic Art

  • Dance at Bougival - Pierre-Auguste Renoir

    Dance at Bougival

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    – Renoir skillfully conveys a sense of movement in this painting. That feeling is only intensified by the pleasure depicted in the faces of the subjects.
    – The painting is considered as one of the most beloved works in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

    $197.00$3,484.00
  • Going Home - Tom Roberts

    Going Home

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    – Tom Roberts was one of the first painters to recognize the special character of the Australian landscape. The Australian author Robert Henderson Croll wrote his biography and gave it the title “Tom Roberts: Father of Australian Landscape Painting”.
    – The painting was part of the 9 by 5 Impression Exhibition which remains as a celebrated event in Australian art history. Only a third of the paintings from the exhibition survive today.

    $191.00$3,044.00
  • In The Springtime - James Jebusa Shannon

    In The Springtime

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    – James Jebusa Shannon is one of the more notable portrait artists of the 19th and 20th century. His paintings are in the collection of several museums including the Derby Art Gallery, Glasgow Museum and Bradford Museum.
    – Capture the beauty of spring and the pleasures of romance through this painting. The viewers will surely be captivated by the unmistakable passion depicted in this artwork.

    $189.00$2,104.00
  • Lamia - John William Waterhouse

    Lamia

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    – John William Waterhouse was known as the modern Pre-Raphaelite. He painted in the Pre-Raphaelite style decades after the breakup of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Although he is not as well-known as the earlier Pre-Raphaelite artists, his works are currently on display at several major British art galleries.
    – The mythology depicted in this painting can be a cautionary tale for young men who are easily enamored by beauty.
    – Lamia often appears in modern works of fiction, most notably in Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere and Stardust.

    $189.00$2,573.00
  • Romeo and Juliet on the Balcony - Julius Kronberg

    Romeo and Juliet on the Balcony

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    – Julius Kronberg was one of the most important Swedish artists of the 19th and 20th century. His major works now adorn the walls of the Royal Palace of the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Sweden.
    – Romeo and Juliet are regarded as the archetypal young lovers. Even people who may be unfamiliar with the original literary work would cite Romeo and Juliet as the most famous example of forbidden love.

    $191.00$3,014.00
  • Spring - Pierre Auguste Cot

    Spring

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    – The painting was highly successful when it was exhibited in 1873. The image has been copied in various engravings, fans porcelains and tapestries.
    – Although the image was painted over a hundred years ago, it continues to inspire.

    $194.00$3,132.00
  • The End of the Ball - Rogelio de Egusquiza

    The End of the Ball

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    – Rogelio de Eguisquiza was a central figure of the Spanish artistic colony. His works are preserved mostly by the Museo del Prado. Others are kept in the National Library of Madrid and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Santander and Cantabria.
    – Imagine yourself in the ballroom with the dancing couple. Let them inspire you to dance and glide vigorously to the rhythm and melodies of love.

    $189.00$2,515.00
  • The Tryst (Exterior) - Jean-Leon Gerome

    The Tryst (Exterior)

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    – Although only a few of Jean-Leon Gerome’s orientalist paintings were created from direct observation, he presented a view of the Orient that managed to capture the imagination of a western audience.
    – The Orientalist painting suggests that there’s forbidden love in any culture and like any culture, the lovers find many ways to defy the restrictions. Surely, many young men and women will identify with the couple depicted in the painting.

    $191.00$2,956.00
  • The Tryst (Interior) - Jean-Leon Gerome

    The Tryst (Interior)

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    – Although only a few of Jean-Leon Gerome’s orientalist paintings were created from direct observation, he presented a view of the Orient that managed to capture the imagination of a western audience.
    – The Orientalist painting suggests that there’s forbidden love in any culture and like any culture, the lovers find many ways to defy the restrictions. Surely, many young men and women will identify with the couple depicted in the painting.

    $191.00$3,014.00
  • Tristan and Isolde - Hugues Merle

    Tristan and Isolde

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    – In addition to Tristan and Isolde, Merle also painted Benedick and Beatrice from Much Ado About Nothing and Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. His interpretation of literary romantic figures set him apart from the other artists.
    – Tristan and Isolde are influential literary figures. Some scholars have traced the origins of the legend back to 11th century Persia. The story was retold many times in literature, music and films.

    $189.00$2,662.00

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