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Top Ten Paintings by Marc Chagall

Top Ten Paintings by Marc Chagall

Marc Chagall1

       Chagall was born Moishe Zakharovich Shagalov (Moishe Segal) in Vitebsk, Russian Empire (now in Belarus) on July 7, 1887, the eldest of eight children in the close-knit Jewish family headed by his father, a herring merchant. His mother’s name was Felga-Ita. This happy, though impoverished period of his life, shows up throughout Chagall’s work.

  1. Adam and Eve (1912)

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  2. Adam and Eve Expelled from Paradise(1967)

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  3. Birthday (1915)

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  4. I and the Village (1911)

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  5. The Fiddler (1913)

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  6. La Mariée (1927)

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  7. Self Portrait with Seven Fingers (1913)

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  8. Paris Through the Window (1913)
    Paris Through the Window
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  9. The Three Candles (1940)

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  10. The Soldier Drinks (1912)

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  11. Rain (1911)

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  12. A la Russie, aux ânes et aux autres (1912)

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  13. Homage to Apollinaire (1912)

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  14. The Cattle Dealer (1912)

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  15. Memory of my Youth (1924)

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  16. The Poet (Half Past Three) (1911)

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  17. Promenade (1918)

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  18. The Blue Violinist

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  19. Jew at Prayer (1913)

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  20. The Wedding (1910)

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  21. The Model (1910)

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  22. The Concert (1957)

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  23. Amoureux de Vence

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  24. Bouquet with Flying Lovers (1947)

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  25. The Drunkard (1911)

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  26. The Sabbath (1910)

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  27. The Green Donkey (1911)

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  28. View from Window, Vitebsk

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  29. Newspaper Seller (1914)

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  30. Double Portrait with a Glass Wine (1917)

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  31. Red Nude Sitting Up (1958)

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  32. Eiffel Tower (1927)

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  33. Birth (1912)

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  34. Cantiques IV
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  35. The Dead Man (1908)

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  36. The Spoonful of Milk (1912)

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  37. The Marketplace, Vitebsk (1917)

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  38. Lovers in the Moonlight (1938)

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  39. Song of Songs III (1960)

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  40. The Blue Circus (1950)

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Top Ten Paintings by Georges Braque

Top Ten Paintings by Georges Braque

          Georges Braque (May 13, 1882–August 31, 1963) was a French painter and sculptor, and together with Pablo Picasso was one of the inventors of cubism.

  1. The Terrace (1948)

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  2. Woman with a Guitar (1913)

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  3. Le Portugais (1912)

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  4. Man with a Guitar (1911)

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  5. Landscape at la Ciotat (1907)

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  6. Harbour in Normandy (1909)
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  7. The Port of Antwerp (1906)

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  8. The Billiard Table (1945)

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  9. The Garden Chair (1950)

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  10. Fishing Boats (1909)

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  11. Houses at l’Estaque (1908)

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  12. Large Nude (1908)

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  13. Still Life: Le Jour (1929)

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  14. Musical Instruments (1908)

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  15. L\’Atelier IX (1954)

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  16. Toilette devant la Fenêtre (1942)

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  17. Glass on a Table (1910)

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  18. Black Fish (1942)

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  19. Guitar and Glass (1921)

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  20. The Fruitdish (1912)

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  21. The Viaduct at l’Estaque (1908)

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  22. Road near l’Estaque (1908)

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  23. Five Bananas and Two Pears (1908)

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  24. The Blue and Grey Bird (1962)

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  25. The Bird (1949)

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  26. Astre et l’Oiseau (1958)

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  27. Tenora (1913)

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Top Ten Paintings by Henri Matisse

Top Ten Paintings by Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse

       Henri Matisse (December 31, 1869 – November 3, 1954) was the leading French artist of the 20th century. Particularly noted for his striking use of color, Matisse is one of the very few indisputable giants of modern art, alongside Picasso and Kandinsky. He was born Henri-Émile-Benoît Matisse in Le Cateau-Cambrésis, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, and grew up in Bohain-en-Vermandois. In 1887 he went to Paris to study law. After gaining his qualification he worked as a court administrator in Le Cateau-Cambrésis. Following an attack of appendicitis he took up painting during his convalescence. After his recovery, he returned to Paris in 1891 to study art at the Académie Julian and became a student of Odilon Redon and Gustave Moreau.

  1. Luxe, Calme, et Volupté (1905)

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  2. Madame Yvonne Landsberg (1914)

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  3. Decorative Figure on an Ornamental Background (1926)

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  4. Odalisque in Red Trousers (1925)

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  5. The Joy of Life (1905)

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  6. Large Red Interior (1948)

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  7. The Dance I (1909)

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  8. Interior With a Violin Case (1919)

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  9. Open Window (1905)

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  10. Pink Nude Seated (1935)

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  11. A Glimpse of Notre Dame in the Late Afternoon (1902)

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  12. Pink Nude (1935)

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  13. The Violinist at the Window (1918)
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  14. Nude, Spanish Carpet (1919)

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  15. The Painting Lesson (1919)

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  16. Landscape (1904)

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  17. The Ballet Dancer (1927)

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  18. Dinner Table (1897)

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  19. The Window (1905)

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  20. Portrait of Greta Prozor (1916)

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  21. Blue Nude IV (1952)
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  22. Still Life: Checked Tablecloth (1903)

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  23. Laurette with a Coffee Cup (1917)

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  24. Interior With a Violin (1918)

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  25. The Window (1916)

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  26. The Moroccans (1916)

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  27. Nude in Black and Gold (1908)

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  28. Red Fish (1911)

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  29. Polynesia, The Sea (1946)

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  30. Yellow Curtain (1915)

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  31. Odalisque sur Fond a Carreaux (1929)

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