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Van Gogh's Paintings:
Allee des Alyscamps
Barche a emi da affittare
Bivouac of Gypsy
Blick auf Arles
Blossoming Chestnut Branches
The Bridge
Cafe Terrace At Night, 1888
The Church at Auvers
The Cows
Dorfstrasse in Saintes-Maries, 1888
The Draw Bridge
Entrance to the Public Gardens in Arles
Field of Poppies
First Steps
The Four Seasons: At the Plough
The Four Seasons: Ox Cart in the Snow
The Four Seasons: Potato Harvest
The Four Seasons: The Sower
Fritillaria in a Vase of Copper
Garden with Flowers
The Green Vineyard
Houses at Auvers
House in Auvers
Houses at Auvers
House and Figure
Il Ponte di Asnieres
Les Irises (Irises)
Mulberry Tree
The Noonday Nap
Oat Field with Cypress
Oat Field with a View of Arles
Oat Field with Mountains in the Back
The Old Mill, 1888
Olive Grove
The Olive Grove
Olive Orchard
The Olive Trees, 1889
The Orchard
Park in Autumn
The Reaping
Restaurant At Sirene
Road to Auvers
Road to St. Remy
Self Portrait, 1889
The Siesta
Snowy Road
Sower with the Setting Sun
Stairway at Auvers
Starlight over the Rhone, 1888
Starlight over the Rhone, 1888
The Starry Night
Sunflowers II
Sunny Path near Auvers
Still Life of Oranges and Lemons
The Stroll, Evening
Van Gogh's Bedroom at Arles
Van Gogh paintings on fine porcelain
Vase of Flowers with Poppies
Vase of Irises, Strauss 1890
Vase with Daisies & Anemones
Vase with Daisies & Poppies
View of Arles with Irises
Vineyards at Auvers, 1890
A Wheat Field
The Wheat Field
Wheatfield with a Reaper
Wheatfield with Crows
The Yellow House
Yellow Wheat and Cypresses
Cezanne The Brook
The Brook
by Paul Cezanne

Paul Cézanne
(1839 - 1906) Paul Cézanne worked in the south of France at the same time as Van Gogh. Vincent announced that Cézanne's wobbly forms must have come from painting too long in the mistral. Like Van Gogh, Cézanne also wanted to penetrate beyond the visible reality of nature, but where Van Gogh saw mystery and power, Cézanne saw abstract forms: the cube, the cylinder, the sphere and the cone.

Degas Dancers in Blue
Dancers in Blue
by Edgar Degas

Edgar Degas
(1834 - 1917) Degas didn't believe in painting out-of-doors like the other Impressionists. He claimed that "art is not a sport." Degas' unique contributions to art included remarkable cropping and unusual perspective, giving the viewer the experience of becoming aware of the process of seeing. His paintings of ballet dancers and horse racing were considered "low", or common, every-day subject matter, which made him one of the Impressionists.

Chemin a Papeete, 1891
by Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin
(1848 - 1903) Gauguin was the central figure of a movement called Symbolism. He believed art should explore and reveal the spiritual nature of the world. In this, he and Vincent van Gogh were remarkably compatible. Gauguin's flat planes of color took their inspiration from both folk art and stained glass. In Tahiti, Gauguin's paintings of the natives attempted to capture their nobility, simplicity and faith.

The Laughing Cavalier
by Frans Hals

Frans Hals
(1581-1666) Hals was considered one of the best Flemish portrait painters from the seventeent-century. Van Gogh looked to him for inspiration when he visited the museum in Amsterdam.

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