Maximilien Luce was a prolific French painter working in a Neo-Impressionist style. Luce is known for his colorful and passionate works that portrayed the contemporary world of his time.
Escape to the Cape
A playlist of images to evoke the New England coastline.
Key Works: Caspar David Friedrich
Seeking to capture an experience of the infinite, Caspar David Friedrich composed works that directly confronted the viewer with the awesome. Friedrich took the genre of landscape painting, traditionally considered unimportant, and infused it with deep rel...
William Glackens invigorated American painting from its Eurocentric, tradition-bound academicism, bringing the observational skills learned as a newspaper illustrator to new urban subjects. One of the first American artists to find success without training...
An assortment of decorative, botanical illustrations from the New York Public Library's digital archive.
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Like the other women Impressionists, Gonzalès could not attend the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, the prestigious art school as women students were forbidden. Fortunately, her upper-class status provided her with the financial resources to pursue her artistic caree...
Born in Paris, Paul Sérusier studied at the Académie Julian, an alternative to the elite and conservative École des Beaux-Arts. During his training, he visited the artist colony established in Pont-Aven, where he met a group of Symbolists. Working closely ...
"One Can Never Have Too Much Yellow"
A playlist inspired by this quote from the French painter and printmaker, Pierre Bonnard, who also co-founded the avant-garde post-Impressionist group Les Nabis.
Welcome to the Meural art library
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