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Blue roofs of Rouen
Paul Gauguin
1884
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Poppies
Pierre Bonnard
1915
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Hassam Childe Grand prix day Sun
Childe Hassam
1887
Oil on canvas

#american #art #painting
 
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Interior with fruit bowl
Raoul Dufy
1908
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Milan’s Cathedral
Vasily Surikov
1884
Watercolor on paper

#art #painting #russian
 
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Yerevan flowers
Martiros Sarian
1957
Oil on canvas

#armenian #art #painting
 
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Confluence of the Seine and the Loing
Alfred Sisley
1885
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Confluence of the Seine and the Loing
Alfred Sisley
1885
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Still Life with Peaches
Paul Gauguin
1889
Oil on panel

#art #french #painting
 
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All art is propaganda. It is universally and inescapably propaganda; sometimes unconsciously, but often deliberately, propaganda.

As commentary on the above, we add, that when artists or art critics make the assertion that art excludes propaganda, what they are saying is that their kind of propaganda is art, and other kinds of propaganda are not art. Orthodoxy is my doxy, and heterodoxy is the other fellow’s doxy.
Upton Sinclair (1878-1968) American writer, journalist, activist, politician
Mammonart, ch. 2 “Who Owns the Artists?” (1925)

#quote #quotation #meaning #message #propaganda #art #artist #writing #painting #sculpting #music
via https://wist.info/sinclair-upton/42306/
 
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The Lady Pianist
Giovanni Boldini
Oil on canvas

#art #italian #painting
 
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Lunar night in the Constantinople
Ivan Aivazovski [born Hovaness Aivazian]
1862
Oil on canvas

#art #Armenian #Crimea #painting #romanticism
 
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Washerwomen at Pont-Aven
Paul Gauguin
1886
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Gurzuf
Ivan Aivazovski [born Hovaness Aivazian]
1859

Oil on canvas

#art #Armenian #painting #romanticism
 
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Rue des Saules. Montmartre
Paul Cezanne
1867
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Lighthouse and Buildings~Portland Head
Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Edward Hopper
1927
Oil on canvas

#american #art #painting
 
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Self Portrait in his Atelier
Claude Monet
1884
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Portsmouth Dockyard
James Tissot
1877
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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The world-famous painting- "The Truth coming out of the well" Jean-Léon Gérôme, 1896.

According to a 19th-century legend, the Truth and the Lie meet one day. The Lie says to the Truth: "It's a marvelous day today"! The Truth looks up to the skies and sighs, for the day was really beautiful. They spend a lot of time together, ultimately arriving beside a well. The Lie tells the Truth: "The water is very nice, let's take a bath together!" The Truth, once again suspicious, tests the water and discovers that it indeed is very nice. They undress and start bathing. Suddenly, the Lie comes out of the water, puts on the clothes of the Truth, and runs away. The furious Truth comes out of the well and runs everywhere to find the Lie and to get her clothes back. The World, seeing the Truth naked, turns its gaze away, with contempt and rage.
The poor Truth returns to the well and disappears forever, hiding the... Show more...
 
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Place du Tertre
Edouard Cortes

Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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Balcony on the Estate of Marshal Ivan Bagramian
Martiros Sarian
1947
Watercolor on paper

#art #armenian #painting
 
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On Marna. Yerevan
Martiros Sarian
1927
Oil on canvas

#art #armenian #painting
 
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Chestnut Trees, Louveciennes~Spring
Camille Pissarro
1870
Oil on canvas

#art #danish #painting
 
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Park of Schönbrunn
Gustav Klimt
1916
Oil on canvas

#art #austrian #painting
 
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Summer
Robert Seldon Duncanson
1849
Oil on canvas

#american #art #blackartists #painting

From a new series featuring African-American artists throughout our history:

“Robert Seldon Duncanson, a 19th century artist known for his contribution to American landscape painting.

Having received no formal art training, Robert S. Duncanson learned to paint by copying European artworks... which explains his rather traditional style.

He is one of the 1st internationally recognized African-American painters - and today, his work hangs in institutions such as the Smithsonian Museum and the Metropolitan Museum.

Art historian Joseph D. Ketner claims that Duncanson’s greatest contribution to art was ‘his distinctively picturesque-pastoral vision of landscape painting with allusions to popular romantic literature.’”
 
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Snow-covered church
Marc Chagall
1927

Oil on Canvas

#art #painting #russian
 
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Armenia
Martiros Sarian
1923
Oil on canvas

#art #armenian #painting
 
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Berthe Morisot with a Fan
Edouard Manet
1872
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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In the Harbour of Algiers
Anders Zorn
1887
Oil on canvas

#art #swedish #painting
 
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Berthe Morisot with a Fan
Edouard Manet
1872
Oil on canvas

#art #french #painting
 
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