Metropolitan Museum of Art
Noughtlux – Study of details after “Vase of Flowers” by Jan van Huijsum
Portrait of Madame Brunet
1861 to 1863, Édouard Manet.
Tássia Bianchini, Co-fluências – 2016 
Oil pastel and acrylics on paper
21,5 x 37 cm / 8″ x 14″ 
 
Details of Portrait of Madame Brunet
1861 to 1863, Édouard Manet.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ruth gleaning, 1960, Marc Chagall
Size: 52.5×38 cm
Medium: lithography on paper
The Australian Ballet
Women in the loge, 1901, Pablo Picasso
Size: 77×61 cm
Medium: oil on canvas
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Noughtlux – Study of details after “Vase of Flowers” by Jan van Huijsum

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Ulrike Wathling
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Portrait of Petrus Manach, 1901, Pablo Picasso
Size: 100.5×67.5 cm
Medium: oil on canvas

by Jan Ung
Boy with Violin, 1973

Portrait of Petrus Manach, 1901, Pablo Picasso
Size: 100.5×67.5 cm


Medium: oil on canvas

Brigitte Bardot being painted by Kees Van Dongen, 1959.
Ellsworth Kelly – Orange 1968 Graphite on Paper

Noughtlux – Study of details after “Vase of Flowers” by Jan van Huijsum
The Australian Ballet
Details of Portrait of Madame Brunet
1861 to 1863, Édouard Manet.

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