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Birds and flowers of Martin Johnson Heade

Still Lifes of Martin Johnson Heade

Landscapes of Martin Johnson Heade

Martin Johnson Heade.  Cattleya Orchid and 3 Brazilian Hummingbirds. (1871).

Martin Johnson Heade.  Orchids and Hummingbird. (1875).

Martin Johnson Heade.  
Hummingbirds and Flowers of Passion.

Frederic Edwin Church. Aurora Borealis.
(1865). Hudson River School.

Frederic Edwin Church. Morning in The Tropic. (1858). Hudson River School.

Frédéric Edwin Church. A Country Home. (1854). Hudson River School.

Thomas Cole. Home in the Woods. (1847). 
Hudson River School.

Frederic Edwin Church. The River of Light. (1833). Hudson River School

Thomas Cole. The Titan's Goblet.
Hudson River School.

Thomas Cole and the Hudson River School’s painters.

Virgo Painter.(Virginie Hucher).Prelude.(2009).Surrealism, structurellism.

Bernard Martin Renou. Galactic birds.
Abstract art. Digital Painting.

Bernard Martin Renou. Abstract art. Digital lyric abstraction.

Rozi Demant. Surrealist painter.

Test your knowledge over color, composition, light.

Test your knowledge over the pictorial movements 
and the stylistics periods.

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Bernard Martin Renou,digital painting, Digital painter. 


The 20 most popular paintings, the most consulted pictures

Travel in the heart of Structurellism.

Antonio Allegri says Corrège. Virgin with the Child 
with St John Baptist. (1515).

Tomas Cole. Falls of the Kaaterskill.(1826)

Karl Blechen. Building the Devil’s Bridge. (1833).

Pictorial Movements










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Wassily Kandinsky. Moscow. (1916).

History of the Women in Painting or the Woman Artists.

Franz Marc (1880-1916). Fighting Forms. (1914).

Felix Nussbaum (1904-1944). The Pearls. (1938).

The Structurellism of The Beaudier Painter

Salvador Dali. Swans Reflecting Elephants. (1937).

Chinese Painting

Edward Munch. The Scream. (1893).

Pierrette Chapus. Essentia. (01.2012). Structurellism.

Caspar David Friedrich. The Wanderer above the Mists. (1818).Romanticism

Gustav Klimt. The Kiss. (1907-1908)

Vincent Van Gogh. The Church at Auvers.

Vincent Van Gogh. The Cafe Terrace, 
at Night. (1888).

Pablo Picaso. The Old Guitarist. (1903). Blue period.

Paul Delaroche. The Young Martyr. (1853).

Vladimir Kush. 
Surrealist painter 


To understand the Abstraction or the Abstract art.

Johan August Malmstrom.  
Dancing Fairies (1866).

John William Waterhouse. 
The Lady of Shalott (1888).

John Everett Millais. 
Ophelia. (1852).




The Gioconda or Mona Lisa of Leonardo da Vinci 
as you cannot see it elsewhere… 

Mary Cassat : The Bath.    Alfred Sisley : Misty morning       Edgar Degas : Dancers

Julien Dupre. (1851 - 1910).
Painter of the Peasants, 
the labors of the Countryside and the Animals…   

Lost in the Analysis ? See the heading : Analysis Instructions
Compared Painting if you find more relevant elsewhere send us to them emergency bonds !  Rubens/Rembrandt: Bethsabée with the Bath. (Attention Surprised !)  
Jean Marrie Barre french Photorealist : Impermanency at the end of fingers...
2 New analysis Jean Marie Barre : Transfer, It was that of the doctor. 
Artmix  proposes you to play with the pictures of the Masters. Corot, Latour, Brothers  
Le Nain
, Rembrandt...  

Peintre-Analyse.com analysis, dissects, carries out the meticulous examination of works of the Artists, the Masters and the Great painters to allow you to modify your glance on the painting and pictorial art in general.  

The point of view, the composition and framing, the principles which guide the division of the pictures in various parts, the tension fields, the hot lines, the natural points of interest of the tables, the orientation and the distribution of the light, the clear and obscure zones, the small details of the painting, all is revealed to you.

Our teams wonder about the pallet of colors of each painter and exposes you its characteristics like their distribution on the fabric as well as the harmony and the contrast of the colors as well as the effects which artist wanted to carry out. (Arcimboldo, Monet, Renoir, Murillo, Vinci, Raphaël, Michel-Angel, Turner…)

We are not satisfied to show works : We explain them.

We Also carry out dynamic syntheses on the principal pictorial movements to show you which are their origins, which characterizes them, how they evolved/moved, which painters they influenced or which artists advanced them. 
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We seek to fill a quite great vacuum. Europe give to the world the great painters and more beautiful pictorial movements but with the primary and secondary school syllabus, in Europe, nothing is approached or explained as it is unfortunately the case for all Beautiful Arts in general. 

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We make a point of specifying that nothing replaces the emotion which you will feel in front of a painting of Master in a Museum. The purpose of this site is not to replace them but on the contrary to push you to visit them as much as possible and to prepare you with the decoding of works that you find in Museum.

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