Van Gogh: Starry Night
Vermeer: Girl with a Pearl Earring (well, a long time coming but worth it)
Ingres: Napoleon on his Imperial throne, 1804
Vincent Van Gogh: Sower
Vincent Van Gogh: Portrait of Toulouse-Lautrec
Delacroix: The Death of Sardanapalus
phew, Bobby, the Ingres at that size comes through strongly
Vincent Van Gogh
J.M.W. Turner’s ‘The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her last Berth to be broken up’
Turner’s paintings are truly a spectacle of lighting.
Fantastic- i’ve been trying to get the right image of The Fighting Temeraire, voted the favourite painting in Britain. And Kim, the Van Gogh looks really great; i hadn’t realised it was so good before- oh where’s it gone? Just like the lovely Sisley; don’t be worried if it was a question of being a bit big.
Miro: Harlequin’s Carnival
Brueghel: Hunters in the Snow
Thomas Jones: A Wall in Naples (the smallest painting in the National Gallery, London. now when i saw it in Cardiff i must admit- ridiculous as it must sound- i shed a tear.)
Delacroix: Hamlet and Horatio
How do you add a pic?
I wanted to add Gustave Courbet´s “Origin of the world” 1866 :-)
Gustave Moreau: Orestes and the Erinyes
Really, that might put the cat among the pigeons! Erm, google search the painting. sometimes just the title and the word pictures might help; a few times that’s brought up ones of different marked sizes, less than 600 pxls should fit (if you’re bothered). Copy the url and add exclamation marks ! each side with no gap. Perhaps others have a better method; my resizing and computer skills are naff, so some have presented a problem
Kim, what happened to the Van Gogh and Sisley landscapes my wife and i both liked so much? That is an extraordinary and not typical (at least of more famous style) Moreau
Jeez, now your surprising Moreau has gone. Kim!
Bouguereau: Gabrielle Cot
oh you see, this turned out bigger than i expected but no probs. Bouguereau, out of fashion for a long time, but master of technique.
Picasso: Arlequin 1909
Sickert: Bathers, Dieppe (1902)
muchacha en la ventana (girl at the window) – Salvador Dali
Gustave Moreau: Cavalier
I took it out because it was too big but am putting it back if you like it.
Jatayu attemmpting to save Sita – from Ramayana – Raja Ravi Varma
The Scream – Edvard Munch
Hiroshige: Mokubo Temple and Vegetable Fields by the Uchi River (from 100 Famous Views of Edo)
well, Kim, i’m glad to see it back
Corridor Asylum – Van Gogh
portrait d’Adele Bloch Bauer I – Gustav Klimt
Cavalier – Gustave Moreau - smaller version
Van Gogh :-)