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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Jean-Léon Gérôme
A Collaboration (Molière and Corneille)
Price on Request
Antonio Schranz
An Alpine Lake in Summer
circa 1868
Price on Request
Charles Caryl Coleman
View of Bagni di Tiberio, Capri
Price on Request
Paul Cornoyer
Place de l'Étoile, Paris
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Francis Criss
Mural Study
circa 1930
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Emile Munier
A Boy Holding a Branch of Berries
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Antoine Blanchard
La Madeleine, Paris
10,000-15,000 GBP (14,963-22,445 US$)
Rafael Senet y Perez
The Grand Canal, Venice
25,000-35,000 GBP (37,408-52,372 US$)
Petrus van Schendel
Night Market at the Groenmakt, The Hague
200,000-300,000 GBP (299,267-448,900 US$)
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