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The Pointillists Painters At The Magnifying Glass. Zoom.  


Paul Signac. (1863 - 1935). Palate of the Popes in Avignon. 
1900. Pointillism. Divisionnism.Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Georges Seurat, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, Pointillism. Divisionnism.

Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.


Raoul Dufy. (1877 - 1953).

Raoul Dufy. (1877 - 1953). Landscape with Houses and Cattle. 1930. Fauvism.

Max Ernst. (1891 - 1976). Temptation of Saint Anthony. 
1945. Surrealism.

Andrew Wyeth. (1917- 2009). Christina's World. 1948. Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Hieronymus Bosch. The Garden of Earthly Delights.(1480-1490). Triptych
. Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Max Ernst. (1891 - 1976). Antipope. 

John William Waterhouse.
The Lady of Shalott.1888.
Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Otto Dix. The street of Prague. (1920). Expressionnism.

Pierrette Chapus. Aphanee.2012. Structurellism. 
Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Claude Monet, Impression, Raising Sun.
1872, Impressionism.  
Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

New ! Paintings with the Magnifying glass. zooms.

Leonardo de Vinci, Mona Lisa. 1503-1507. 
Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Pierrette Chapus. Essentia.(2012). Structurellism.
Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Fernando Naviskas. Live in Concert. (2012). Structurellism.
Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

John Everett Millais, Ophelia,1794.
Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Gustav Klimt, The Kiss, 1807-08.
Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Vincent Van Gogh. Starry Night Over the Rhone. (1888). Paintings with the Magnifying glass. zooms.

Vincent Van Gogh. Wheatfield with Crows. (1890). Painting with the Magnifying glass. zoom. 

The Beaudier Painter. Metamorphosis. Homage To Vincent. (2012). Painting with the Magnifying glass. zoom.


Vincent Van Goght. The Starry Night.1889. Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Otto Dix. Metropolis. (The Big city). (1927-28). Expressionnism. Triptych. New objectivity.


Otto Dix. The War. (1929-32). Expressionnism. Triptych.

Edvard Munch, The Scream, 1893, 
Painting with the Magnifying glass. Zoom.

Edouard Manet, In the conservatory,1879, 
Painting with the Magnifying glass, Impressionism.


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Gustav klimt. The Virgin. (1913).

Gustav klimt. Danae. (1907).

Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933).

The Angel of Resurrection. Louis Comfort Tiffany.Stained Glass. (1904). Louis Comfort Tiffany. Guiding Angel. Stained glass. (1890).
Song of Spring. Louis Comfort Tiffany. Stained glass according to the painting of William Bouguereau. (1889).
Louis Comfort Tiffany. A Wooded Landscape in 3 Panels. Stained glass. (1905).
Louis Comfort Tiffany. Evening Landscape. Stained glass. (1910).

The Engine or the Train under Snow. Claude Monet. (1875).

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