19th-Century European and British Art

The 19th century in Europe and Great Britain saw the expansion of industrialization, and the emergence of a new working class. These developments inspired a variety of artistic movements, including Realism, Romanticism, and the Pre-Raphaelites, all of which laid the foundation for Modernism.

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Théodore Rousseau
Le Chemin de la Ferme
1845-1847
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Eugène Delacroix
Two Studies of the Skull of an Animal
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Giocondo Albertolli
Design for two cups with their platters, a small tureen and a small covered cup
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Andrew Schoultz
Episode of Revolt
1826-2014
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Giuseppe Magni
Interior Scene with Rabbits
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Giuseppe Magni
Interior Scene with Pigeons
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Richard B. Spencer
Margaret Thomson off the Coast of Hobart
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Louis Dupuy
Along the Seine
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Georges d'Espagnat
nature-morte avec roses sur fond blanc
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Jehan Georges Vibert
The Peeping Roofers and the Woman's Bath
1880
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James Henderson
Summer Landscape
circa 1888
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Giuseppe Signorini
Lighting the Mosque Lamps
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