Edvard Munch's "Night in Saint-Cloud" is a masterpiece of moody, nocturnal paintings that explore the loss of self into one's surroundings.
Jean Metzinger- “Paysage Coloré aux Oiseaux Aquatiques,” “Colorful Landscape with Waterfowl”
Jean Metzinger's Paysage Coloré aux Oiseaux Aquatiques stands out as a masterpiece of his early body of work.
“By the Deathbed,” Edvard Munch
I take a look at Edvard Munch's 1915 painting "By the Deathbed" and similar images of his.
“The Pursuit,” Leon Spilliaert
"The Pursuit," Leon Spilliaert (1910), is a unique piece among this Belgian painter's body of work.
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PIERRE PUVIS DE CHAVANNES: “The Sacred Grove, Beloved of the Arts and the Muses”
"The Sacred Grove" is a peculiar and unique work in the Symbolist context of French painting.
Albert Pinkham Ryder: “Mother and Child”
ALbert Pinkham Ryder's unique variation on the theme of mother and child
Albert Pinkham Ryder: A Precís of a Critical Approach
An introduction to my approach to Albert Pinkham Ryder's works.
Précis of a Critical Approach to Max Ernst
My critical approach to Max Ernst's works.
James Ensor: “Intrigue”
In No Exit, Jean Paul Sartre makes the claim "Hell is other people ('L'enfer, c'est les autres')." The viewer examining James Ensor's Intrigue may wonder if Ensor would have seconded Sartre's sentiments. We know of Ensor that he was inclined towards solitude. For instance, though he had a privileged slot among Belgium's very fashionable Les XX … Continue reading James Ensor: “Intrigue”