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19th Century
19th century art is a myriad of styles and movements.  From neoclassicism and romanticism to impressionism, post-impressionism and symbolism, there is a creeping suspicion that abstractionism cannot be too far away.  Many of the best known and beloved artists worked during this period including Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir, Gauguin, Turner, Degas and Munch.  Certain specific genres including impressionistic art and preraphaelite art are found in their own separate categories.
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Luncheon On the Grass, 1865-66 by Claude Monet Luncheon On the Grass, 1865-66 by Claude Monet Children Playing At the Seashore by Edward Henry Potthast Children Playing At the Seashore by Edward Henry Potthast
Kiddies by Edward Henry Potthast Kiddies by Edward Henry Potthast Summer by Frank Weston Benson Summer by Frank Weston Benson
A Family Outing by Edward Henry Potthast A Family Outing by Edward Henry Potthast The Music Lesson by Marguerite Gerard The Music Lesson by Marguerite Gerard
A Game of Billiards by Louis-Leopold Boilly A Game of Billiards by Louis-Leopold Boilly Mardi Gras by Paul Cezanne Mardi Gras by Paul Cezanne
At the Beach by Edward Henry Potthast At the Beach by Edward Henry Potthast Summer Evening by Childe Hassam Summer Evening by Childe Hassam
Motherhood, 1805 by Marguerite Gerard Motherhood, 1805 by Marguerite Gerard Portrait of an Unknown Woman by Ivan Kramskoj Portrait of an Unknown Woman by Ivan Kramskoj
After the Bath, 1892 by Edgar Degas After the Bath, 1892 by Edgar Degas His First Lesson by Frederick Remington His First Lesson by Frederick Remington
The Fall of the Cowboy by Frederick Remington The Fall of the Cowboy by Frederick Remington Loops and Swift Horses Are Surer Than Lead by Charles M. Russell Loops and Swift Horses Are Surer Than Lead by Charles M. Russell
Lewis and Clark on the Lower Columbia by Charles M. Russell Lewis and Clark on the Lower Columbia by Charles M. Russell Smoke of a .45 by Charles M. Russell Smoke of a .45 by Charles M. Russell