Edward Robert Hughes (1851-1914) was English artist, member of the Royal Society of Watercolors, and a disciple of the Pre-Raphaelites....
Edward Robert Hughes (1851-1914) was born into an artistic family; he grew up being surrounded by the devoted followers of Pre-Raphaelite style....
With this painting, Christian Krohg turned to the topic of motherhood. Most of the paintings with similar plots are traditionally characterized by sentimentality and embellishment of maternal day-to-day life. But Krohg, being a follower of naturalism, did not accept idealization in any form, and...
Krohg wrote his "Fresh Bread" painting in 1879, when he teamed up with other young compatriot painters, among whom he met the like-minded people. Christian Krohg used to portray the side of Norwegian life that Bohemians either could not or did not want to see....
Today, the picture titled "The Seamstress" by Christian Krohg is the pride of the Art Museum in Gothenburg. But it made a lot of noise in Norwegian and Swedish society, when introduced....
The present portrait is a very interesting work in terms of both concept and style. It depicts the famous Swedish painter Karl Nordström, who was a landscapist famous for his winter, deserted landscapes of Sweden....
This painting by the Norwegian artist leaves quite an ambiguous impression. At first glance, the viewer sees a young girl just sitting in an armchair....
The work created by the famous Norwegian artist depicts a pretty colorful character, namely a cheerful cabman from Paris, having a full-blooded smiling face featuring a fair double chin....
The great Norwegian supporter of realism style, Christian Krohg, was seriously influenced by French impressionism, which is particularly noticeable in this painting, depicting a young girl sitting in a park or other large estate near a heavily overgrown pond or river....
There are magical creatures often mentioned in Scandinavian legends - forest, mountain or sea trolls. Walking through the forest or along the seashore, everyone can blunder against them....