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Biography and Paintings of 350 Famous Artists

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A - E

Adolf Schreyer

Adolphe Alexandre Lesrel

Adriaen van Ostade

Aelbert Cuyp

Aivazovsky Ivan Constantinovich

Albert Bierstadt

Alberto Pasini

Albrecht Durer

Alexandre Cabanel

Alfred Stevens

Alfred Thompson Bricher

Amedeo Modigliani

Anders Zorn

Andy Warhol

Andrea Da Firenze

Andrea del Sarto

Andrea del Sarto2

Andrea Mantegna

Annibale Carracci

Anschutz Thomas Pollock

Antonio Allegri da Correggio

Archibald Thorburn

Arthur Hughes

Arthur John Elsley

Arthur Rackham

Asher Brown Durand

August Macke

Augustus Sandys Anthony Frederick

Bail Claude Joseph

Baldung Hansy

Barend Cornelis Koekkoek

Bartolome Esteban Murillo

Bassano Jacopo da Ponte

Bernardo Bellotto

Bernardo Strozzi

Berthe Morisot

Bittu

Bob Ross

Breanski Snr Alfred de

Brett John

Bridgman Frederickhur

Broederlam Melchior

Bronzino Agnolo di Cosimo

Camille Pissarro

Campin Robert

Canaletto Giovanni Antonio Canal

Caravaggio

Carl Heinrich Bloch

Carl Larsson

Carrier Belleuse Pierre

Caspar David Friedrichy

Champaigne Philippe de

Chaplin Charles

Charles Francois Daubigny

Charles Gleyre Switzerland

Charles Marion Russell

Charles Theodore Frere

Chen Yifei

Claude Lorrain

Claude Monet

Clausen Sir George

Cosme Tura

Daniel Ridgway Knight

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

David Gerard

David Teniers the Younger

Denys van Alsloot

Diego Rivera Mexican

Diego Rodriguez De Silva y Velazquez Spanish

Dirk Bouts Dierick Dieric Dirck

Domenico Feti

Domenico Ghirlandaio

Domenico Veneziano

Duccio di Buoninsegna

Edgar Degas biography

Edgar Hunt

Edmund Blair Leightons

Edouard Manet

Edward Hopper

Edward Lears

Edwin Longsden Long

Edwin Lord Weeks

El Greco

El Greco

Elihu Vedder

Emile Friant

Emile Munier

Emile Vernon nude

Ernst Rudolf

 

Eugene de Blaas

Eugene Delacroix

Eugene Galien

Eugene Verboeckhoven

Evelyn de Morgan
 

F - I

Felix Ziem

Fernando Botero

Ferneley Snr John

Filippino Lippi

Fra Angelico Beato

Fra Filippo Lippi

Francesco Di Giorgio Martini

Francesco Guardi

Francisco de Zurbaran

Francois Boucher

Frank Duveneck

Frans Hals

Frans Snyders

Franz Marc

Franz Richard Unterbergern

Franz Xavier Winterhaltery

Frederic Edwin Church

Frederick Carl Frieseke

Frederick Hendrik Kaemmerer

Frederick Morgan

Frederic Remington America

Frederic Soulacroix

Fritz Thaulow Norwegian

Garrido eduardo leon

George Frederick Watts

George Inness

Georges Croegaert

Georges de La Tour

George Wesley Bellows

Gerrit Dou

Gerda Wegener

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

Giovanni Bellini

Giovanni Boldini

Girtin Thomas

Glendening Alfred

Gotch Thomas Cooper

Goya Francisco de

Gozzoli Benozzo di Lese di Sandro

Guercino

Guido Reni

Gustave Caillebotte

Gustave Courbet

Gustave Dore

Gustave Moreau

Gustav Klimt

Hans Holbein the Youngery

Hans Memling

Harlamoff Alexeivich

Harnett William Michael

Harpignies Henri Joseph

Hayezsco

Hendrick Avercamp

Hendrick Terbrugghen

Henri de Toulouse Lautrec

Henriette Ronner Knip

Henri Fantin Latour

Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse

Henry Farny

Henryk Hector Siemiradzki Polish

Herbert Gustave Schmalz

Herbert James Draper

Herring Jr John Frederick

Herring Snr John Frederick

Hieronymus Bosch

Hippolyte Camille Delpy

Honthorst Gerrit van

Hooch Pieter de Hooghe

Horace Vernet

Hugh Bolton Jones

Hugo van der Goes

Hulk Snr Abraham

Ilya Repinn

Ivan Nikolaevich Kramskoy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J - O

Jacob Jordaens

Jacob van Ruisdael

Jacopo da Pontormo

Jacque Charles Emile

Jacques Louis David

Jacquet Gustave Jean

James Abbott mcneill Whistler

James Carroll Beckwith

James Jacques Joseph Tissot

Jan Brueghel the elder

Jan Davidsz de Heem

Jan Gossaert Jan Mabuse

Janmot Francois Anne Louis

Jan Steen

Jan van Eyck

Jan van Goyen

Jasper Francis Cropsey

Jean Antoine Watteau

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres

Jean Baptiste Camille Corot

Jean Baptiste Greuze

Jean Baptiste Simeon Chardin

Jean Beraud

Jean Fouquet Jehan Fouquet

Jean Francois Millet

Jean Honore Fragonard

Jean Jacques Henner

Jean Leon Gerome

Jean Louis Ernest Meissonier

Jensen Johan Laurentz

Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida Spanish

Johan Barthold Jongkind

Johannes Vermeer biography

John Atkinson Grimshaw

John Constable

John Everett Millais

John Frederick Kensett

John Frederick Lewis

John Henry Twachtman

John Lafarge

John Ottis Adams

John Singer Sargent

John Singleton Copley

John White Alexander

John William Godward

John William Waterhouse

Jose Benlliure y Gil

Joseph Mallord William Turner

Joseph Rodefer DeCamp

Joshua Reynolds

Jules Bastien Lepage

Jules Breton

Jules Joseph Lefebvre

Julian Alden Weir

Julien Dupre

Julius leblanc Stewart

Jusepe de Ribera Spanish

Koekkoek Snr Hermanus

Kroyer Peder Severin

Leader Benjamin Williams

Leickert Charles Henri Josephs

Lenbach Franz vony

Lenoir Charles Amable

Leonardo da Vinci

Leon Augustin Lhermitte

Leon Bazile Perrault

Lievens Jan

Limbourg Jean

Lord Frederick Leighton

Lorenzo Lotto

Louis Aston Knight

Lovis Corinthy

Luca Giordano

Lucas Cranach the Elder

Madrazo y Garreta Raimundo de

Makart Hans

Martin Johnson Heade

Mary Cassatt

Masaccio

Matthias Grunewald Mathis Gothart Neithardt

Mattia Preti

Maurice Brazil Prendergast America

Meindert Hobbema

Michelangelo biography Buonarroti

Joan Miro

Moore Albert Joseph

Mucha Alphonse Maria Czechoslovakia

Myles Birket Foster RWS

Nicolaes Maes

Nicolas Poussin

Norman Rockwell

Orazio Gentileschi

 

 

 

 

P - Z

Pablo Picasso

Paolo Uccello

Paolo Veronese

Pascal Adolphe Jean Dagnan Bouveret

Paul Camille Guigou

Paul Cezanne

Paul Delaroche

Paul Gauguin

Paul Klee

Paul Peel

Peter Paul Rubens

Piero dellasca

Piero di Cosimo

Pierre Auguste Renoir

Pierre Paul Prud hon

Pieter Aertsen

Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Pieter Brueghel the Younger

Pieter Claesz

Pietro Longhi

Pietro Perugino

Pino Daeni biography large

Pinturicchio Bernardino

Potthast Edward America

Quentin Massys

Raeburn Sir Henry Scottish

Raphael Raffaello Sanzio

Reggianini Vittorio

Rembrandt van Rijn biography

René Magritte

Richard Parkes Bonington

Robert Henri

Robert Reid America

Robinson Theodore

Rogier van der Weyden

Roy Lichtenstein
Salomon van Ruysdael

Sandro Botticelli

Sanford Robinson Gifford

Sebastiano Riccis

Shayer Snr William

Sidney Richard Percy

Sir Antony van Dyck

Sir Edward Coley Burne Jones

Sir Edward John Poynter

Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee

Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema

Sophie Gengembre Anderson

Spohler Jan Jacob Coenraad

Toulmouche Auguste

Theodore Chasseriau

Theodore Clement Steele

Theodore Gericault

Thomas Couture

Thomas Eakins

Thomas Gainsborough

Thomas Kinkade

Thomas Moran

Thomas Rowlandson

Thomas Sidney Cooper

Thomas Wilmer Dewing

Tintoretto Jacopo Robusti

Titian Tiziano Vecellio Vecellior

Vibert Jehan Georges

Victor Gabriel Gilbert

Vincent Van Gogh

Vittore Carpaccio

Vittorio Matteo Corcos

Vivarini Bartolomeo

Arthur Wardle

Wassily Kandinsky biography Russian

Willard Leroy Metcalf

willem claesz Hedamasterpiece

Willem van de Velde the Younger

William Adolphe Bouguereau

William Blake

William Bradford

William Etty

William Hogarth

William Holman Hunt

William Merritt Chase

William Powell Frith

William Stanley Haseltine

William Trost Richardss

Winslow Homer

Zampighi Eugenio

Zurbaran Francisco de

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The above is a list of 350 famous artists about their works, names and biography; you can choose different indexes such as country or technique to check up.

The achievements and contributions of famous artists paintings are various; most of them learnt to draw since childhood and had a solid foundation of sketching.

Many famous artist painters in the list like to paint self-portrait of themselves. By searching for self portrait you can find the names of them.

Generally, famous painters artists have some special artistic talents since child. They received strict painting training in fine arts institute and had acquired a solid modeling capability. Famous paintings and artists vary from time to time, thus their paintings can be classified into different periods, e.g. Impressionist art by famous artists pursue simply forms and decorative effect of colors, they yearn for customs and art of people in primitive tribes.

Numerous painters in the list famous artists in late 19th century are remarkable. Famous artists and paintings are treasured in different regions of the Europe, and their influence extends to the whole 20th century.

Famous art artist are often with strong personality, which added brilliance for painting circle with hundreds of years’ history.
How to be a famous artist? You'll get answer after read their biography and stories on Toperfect.
 

Common Points of Famous Paintings

 
There have been many eras in painting history where a lot of unforgettable work was created. But how does one era stack up next to the other? Was there more personality in the 1800’s than the 1900’s? And why are some famous oil paintings of more historical significance than others? All of these questions will be answered here and more, as you’ll see that a famous artist’s life and personality can be told with a single painting.

Popularity Based On Being Classics of the Era

With so many ways to establish art and what it means, some of the most famous artists paintings of the era marked an important cause and effect in the real world. The finished works sometimes strikes a delicate balance of what the painter sees and what they wish could be.

The Realism art movement started in 1850’s in a much different France than everyone is used to. The result of the movement was due to the leftover emotions from the 1848 Revolution in France. Realism in some ways found a way to connect people of different backgrounds and not only put them in the same famous painting, but to gather interest in artwork itself.

If examining the Rococo era in the 18th century then you would presume correctly that it would focus on luxury details. This was a huge turn from the enforced Baroque period, where a specific style was enforced and made famous art paintings beautiful, but oddly generic. For the many years that the Rococo era took place there were paintings made in France that have stood the test of time. Besides having many unforgettable pieces, it showed that an artist can’t be put in a box and expect to stay put.

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The Historical Value of Famous Paintings

Certain paintings explore an important event in history and how it affects human beings. There are a couple that spring to mind, but let’s stick to context rather than particulars.

Anti-war paintings have been a good way for famous artists to show their displeasure over war or the effects of it. The pen may be mightier than the sword, but the brush can really drive home a point if the artist tries enough. Besides bringing attention to important social issues that may go unnoticed by the world, it puts a lot of emphasis on stopping and thinking about the world at its present and its future. Many of these creations extend beyond painting and are so universal that they can apply to several human issues. This is the essence of the historical value of famous oil paintings like these, since they never lose their ability to speak about their platform.

If you want to move past war and go to status and class, history has shown many paintings that have a prime focus on classism issues. The prejudice associated with such an act is often mocked in famous paintings by embellishing the act to the point where it takes a cartoonish caricature on the canvas. In a single stroke of a brush the famous artist instantly defines the differences in the classes and why it is so absurd.

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Paintings That Were the Brainchild of Changing Eras

There will always be change, and even if the amount of change in the art world over the years can be dizzying, it still points to one thing; progression. Art has continued to progress over the years and is now expressed in several different types of media. But with each new era there is a famous painting that defines it, and that is where the value is.

Impressionism and Post-Impressionism were both born out of necessity to be different than the norm. On the surface this may seem like a simple change of pace, but the first leg of Impressionism involved horrible social outcry. It took years for society to accept it for what it was, and by the time the famous paintings were considered the new standard, Post-Impressionism took its place. Art is always one step ahead of society, never forget that.

Sometimes the restrictions of society completely change the way an artist work. A good example of this is when Abstract painting became a big thing. It didn’t happen naturally overnight, and was the will of Islamic and Jewish famous artists that were restricted from using human form in paintings. The work is so involving that it eventually spread to other types of art, and is still one of the more popular eras to this date. Abstract painting can be thought of a workaround if you want it to be that. But the truth is it was just the natural progression of an art form.

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Why Famous Artists Paintings Stand Out Above Normal Paintings

The creation of paintings are a dime a dozen in the industry, so what makes a painting famous and stand out over the others?

And the answer will always be the charisma of the creator, and how much of himself he puts onto the canvas. Artists use emotion to create, with technique a lesser priority. This might sound wrong, but think about the famous art paintings of our time. There is nothing that can’t be duplicated by another artist with enough time and know how. But no matter how close he gets to the original painting, he will never capture its essence. Creators of famous oil paintings are responsible for how much of their soul they want to bear when creating. So if you look at the most famous works of art in history, you will learn more about the creator than in any of his other lesser works. The two go hand and hand, and are important when trying to figure out the popularity of some paintings over others.

Summary

Famous paintings will always have a place in history and allow the artist to live on with his work. With all of the different ways to tell a story there will be some interesting tie-ins when it is used to enforce an idea. The many social, political and heartbreak memories told in famous artists paintings are one of the many things that make them so valuable.
 
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