Lemons, Grapes, Pears, and Apples by Vincent Van Gogh
If ever there was an electrically charged painting this is the one. Vincent Van Gogh painted this in his final years and you can see from the intensity that is emitting from this “still-life” that it is not still at all.House Paintings
House Paintings is a genre of Fine Art the has a special focus on houses. This special for of art had it’s beginnings with architects that would make architectural renderings for their clients to show them what the newly constructed house would look like.
One of the most famous paintings that hangs at the Art Institute of Chicago is “At The Moulin Rouge” by the Post-Impressionist painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. This incredible work of art stands at the apex of Toulouse-Lautrec’s works and is perhaps his best known piece.Pergola With Oranges by Thomas Fearnley
This wonderful piece that hangs in the galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago by the Norwegian artist Thomas Fearnley is a masterpiece of garden painting. The scene shows a pergola with a gentleman sitting and reading in the aisle.A Sunday On La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat
The Grande Jatte is a landmark work of art by artist Georges Seurat. This pioneering work brought to head the key elements of Impressionism and ushered in Post-Modern Art.