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What's your favorite masterpiece? Help us curate a beautiful art collection by pinning it here! At the Matthews Gallery on historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico, we show distinctive European and American masters.
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Matisse and His Love for Fabric

Henri Matisse - Interior Flowers and Parakeets, 1924 at Baltimore Museum of Art Baltimore MD

Joan Miró, noir Exilio http://www.facebook.com/BinaryExhibitions…

JOAN MIRÓ The Black Exile Hand-signed etching with aquatint and carborundum Image size Framed: 52 × 37 inches. Call Mark at: for details on other original signed works by Miro.

Vincent van Gogh in 1886. "The uglier, older, meaner, iller, poorer I get, the more I wish to take my revenge by doing brilliant color, well arranged, resplendent." ~Vincent van Gogh, Arles, France, in a letter to his sister Willemien in 1888.

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Photo: Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, Post-Impressionist painter whose work, notable for its rough beauty, emotional honesty and bold color, had a far-reaching influence on art.

Rene Magritte

René Magritte 🔻🔸🔹René Magritte ( 1898 - 1967 ) Surrealist Artist : More At…

William - Adolphe Bouguereau. He paints this little girl a lot and I LOVE her look

Sur la Greve (On the Rocky Beach) 1896 by William Adolphe Bouguereau . Detroit Institute of Art, USA

Farmhouse in a Wheat Field, May 1888. Van Gogh described at the time “A little town surrounded by fields completely blooming with yellow and purple flowers; you know, it is a beautiful Japanese dream.” He used nature for inspiration, rather than abstract study from imagination. “I am getting well acquainted with nature, I exaggerate, sometime I make change in motif; but for all that, I do not invent the whole picture; on the contrary, I find it already in nature, only it must be…

Farmhouse in a Wheat Field, May 1888. Van Gogh described at the time “A little town surrounded by fields completely blooming with yellow and purple flowers; you know, it is a beautiful Japanese dream.” He used nature for inspiration, rather than abstract study from imagination. “I am getting well acquainted with nature, I exaggerate, sometime I make change in motif; but for all that, I do not invent the whole picture; on the contrary, I find it already in nature, only it must be…

'head of a woman' bronze sculpture by amedeo modigliani (1910)

'head of a woman' bronze sculpture by amedeo modigliani (1910)

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