World Famous Painting
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Cafe Terrace at Night
Gogh painted “Cafe Terrace at Night” for three days without sleep. Due to a quarrel with Gauguin, he cut his ear andpainted “Cafe Terrace at Night” with madness, so that it feels more plaintive and even peaceful. Probably this “Cafe Terrace at Night” was the shelter of life for him to take a rest.
1988 _Otterloo, Kroller Muller Museum
Camille Monet in Japanese Costume
His wife, Camille’s brilliant and bright face, posture as if dancing, red kimono, and a Japanese fan which decorates the green wall give a very dynamic sense.
1876 _ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Costume for Tristan Insane – The Ship
I believe magic. Magic is, after all, just an ability to specify imagination into a concrete reality.
1942 _ Salvador Dali Museum
Dancer on Stage
One of his representative works, which gives a feeling as if one watches a scene of a performance from a special seat
above the stage, since it was painted in a composition that looks down from the above, that gives a climax of ballet.
1876~1877 _ Paris, France, Musee’D’orsay
This work was painted by Van Gogh, while he was suffering from pain in a mental hospital, Saint-Remy, France in 1889. After entering the hospital, he produced two masterpieces during the first two weeks, one was the painting of lilac and the other was <Iris> of iris flower.
1890 _ Van Gogh Museum
Kiss, one of the works of which picture form was vivid colors and sensual sense world, which was the highlight of his ‘gold period’ works, of which characteristic was the tendency that splendid geometric pattern ornaments prevail the people on the screen.
1908 _ Austria Wien Museum
Les Maries de la Tour Eiffel
“All I had to do was to open the window. Then the blue air of the sky, love and flower came in with her. She, who
dressed in all white or all black, always followed my painting and became the great center image of my art.”
1938~1939_Georges Pompidou Center
Painted in 1942, this work of art shows the full-blown dripping technique, one of the most unique and well-known aspects of Pollock.
1924 _ Guggenheim Museum
Plaster Torso with Bouquet of Flowers
The white color of torso catches eyes. But there is a subtle play going on in response. Circular objects surround the torso to resonate contrast between the torso and the straight lines of the table, picture edges and stair rails.
1919 _ Pompidou Center
Pond of Water Lily
Blue and green with low chroma create silent and tranquil feeling of the pond where water lilies are floating, on the other hand, freewheeling strokes give rhythmic feeling to the tranquility contrastively.
1904 _ Paris, France, Museum of Impressionism
Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I
The work is a key turning point of Klimt portrait works. By repeating decorative motif to fully cover the body, he made the face stand out.
1907 _ Neue Galerie
These delightful shapes floating in soft milky-colored sky are just the kind Kandinsky loved during his period in Paris.
1940 _ Pompidou Center