Chaim Soutine: Portrait of Madeleine Castaing. Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876-1967), 1967. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Vincent Van Gogh, 1883. Bulb Fields.
Carl Larsson. n.d. October.
Feodor Vasilievich Sychkov (1870-1958.) 1934. Country life in a Russian village at wintertime. Oil on canvas. 73 x 103 cm.
Vincent Van Gogh, 1887. Skull. Oil on canvas, 42.4 x 30.4 cm.
“Van Gogh has used a narrow brush and blue paint to indicate the outlines of the skull. Thin paint alternates with thick: for the light reflections on the skull he has used heavy splodges of light-coloured paint.
Drying cracks are visible in many places. Look at the area immediately below the skull, for example. The paint has cracked because Van Gogh painted the skull over an earlier picture. He covered up the earlier image with a layer of zinc white – a kind of paint that dries extremely slowly. The drying out process continued after the skull had been painted over it, causing cracks to form in the top layer of paint.” Van Gogh Museum
Claude Monet, 1873. Sunrise, the Sea.
Frank Snapp, 1867 / 1927. Nu Jouant du piano.
Henry Matisse, 1913. Portrait of Mme. Matisse.
Pablo Picasso. 1932. Bather with Beach Ball.
Edgar Degas, 1855-56, Degas in a Green Jacket.
Edvard Munch, 1882. Self Portrait.
Gustav Klimt, 1917-18. Portrait of a Lady (unfinished.)
Louis Anquetin, 1892. Self Portrait.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir. 1878. Flowers in a Vase. Oil on canvas. Private Collection.
Meredith Frampton – Marguerite Kelsey, 1928. Oil on canvas
Félix Vallotton – La cuisinière (1892)
Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret (French, 1852-1929,) In the Forest.
Violeta Vogt. 2017. A White Cat. Freezer paper, ink pen & sharpies, alcohol applied with a brush.
Violeta Vogt. 2016. Pawtrait of a Feral Cat. Graphite & ink pen.
Francisc Sirato – Girl Reading, 1927
Valentin Gubarev – Waiting for husband.
Natal’ja Gocharova – self portrait with yellow liliums – goncharova, Natalia. Self-Portrait With Yellow Lilies, 1907.
Cat and Bird. Paul Klee (1879 – 1940.)
Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita, Self-portrait with a cat, 1927, detail, Fondation Foujita/Adagp, Paris/Archives artistiques.
Edouard Manet. 1883. Vase de lilas blancs et roses (White and pink lilac vase).
Nikolai Astrup (Norwegian,1880-1928), Through the Open Door – 1902/11.
Safet Zec, 2016. Bread in hands, tempera, collage on paper on canvas, cm 50 x 70.
La Buveuse d’absinthe (1901), Pablo Picasso.
Emerging Argentinean artist Axel Ventura, Carrying the weight of the world.
Elmer Bischoff (American, 1916–1991): Interior with Two Figures, 1968. The Lobell Family Collection, New York, NY. Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 inches / 203.2 x 203.2 cm. © Estate of Elmer Bischoff.
Cy Twombly (American, 1928–2011): The Rose (II), 2008.
Gagosian. Acrylic on plywood, 99-3/16 x 291-5/16 inches / 252 x 740 cm. Image: © Gagosian Gallery.
“Inscribed on the last panel of each painting are fragments from Rilke’s poem cycle “The Roses.” Stanzas scrawled in a gestural mode reflect Twombly’s characteristic conflation of painting and poetry, image and word, while his brushwork describes petals bursting open, together with words that hint and evoke.” (Gagosian Gallery)
Marc Chagall. Abraham and the Three Angels, 1960-66. Oil on canvas, 190×292 cm
David Hockney, Portrait of an artist (pool with two figures), 1972. Private Collection. Acrylic on canvas, 214 x 305 cm.
Australian artist Shaun Tan’s landscape created from found objects in the actual landscape depicted in the painting.
Ken & Julia Yonetani, 2014. The Last Supper (detail.) Constructed entirely from groundwater salt. 9 meter table laid with a variety of ‘foodstuff’. Commissioned by Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre. Accessed from: http://netsaustralia.org.au/whats-on/last-supper/