Arcimboldo: The Spring Arcimboldo : The Earth  Arcimboldo : Vertumus Arcimboldo : The Bookseller
Murillo : The Young Beggar Monet : Sun impression raising Monet : The Magpie Monet : The Field of Poppies
Renoir : On the Terrace Le Lorrain : one Seaport setting sun

Renoir :At the edge of the Sea  

Renoir : In the Hills 
Véronèse : The Wedding at Cana  Seurat : Poseuse de Profil Gainsborough : Conversation in a Park

De Hooch : The Drinker

Véronèse : The Martyrdom Veronese : Barnabé. Véronèse : Vénus And Adonis Tintoret : Pietà
Tintoret : Last Cène  Tintoret : Tarquin and Lucrèce  Tintoret : The Origin of the Milky Way 

Fernande Garay : The Tree of Life

Fernande Garay : Forest

Gustav Klimt : The Kiss


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Claude Monet : The Magpie.

The work of Monet is not a revolutionist by his subjects but by its invoice. Claude Oscar Monet restores the forms and space by the light and the color. The painting of full air enables him to carry out a perfect unit between the characters or the principal reason and the bottom. The table presented here was painted in outside with Étretat. For the impressionists the force of a landscape must come from itself. The Magpie is a variation around the range of the nuances of the white with sets of lights, shaving and floating shades the whole bathing in a relief specific to the snow-covered landscapes.

Work too innovating for the time will be refused by the jury of the show in 1869.