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Hope, 1872 (oil on canvas) (see 83731) Featured Pierre Puvis de Chavannes Print

Hope, 1872 (oil on canvas) (see 83731)

WLT204644 Hope, 1872 (oil on canvas) (see 83731) by Puvis de Chavannes, Pierre (1824-98); 102.5x129.5 cm; Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA; (add.info.: L'Esperance; hope depicted as a naked girl seated on ruins with a background of crosses and cemeteries; allusion to the painter's distress and sadness over the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1;); French, out of copyright

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The Dream: 'In his sleep he saw Love, Glory and Wealth appear to him" Featured Pierre Puvis de Chavannes Print

The Dream: "In his sleep he saw Love, Glory and Wealth appear to him"

XIR78295 The Dream: "In his sleep he saw Love, Glory and Wealth appear to him", 1883 oil on canvas) by Puvis de Chavannes, Pierre (1824-98); 82x102 cm; Musee d'Orsay, Paris, France; (add.info.: le reve, "Il voit dans son sommeil l'Amour, la Gloire et la Richesse lui apparaitre;); French, out of copyright

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Pierre Puvis de Chavannes Dramatic Poetry Aeschylus Featured Pierre Puvis de Chavannes Print

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes Dramatic Poetry Aeschylus

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes: Dramatic Poetry (Aeschylus), Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, c. 1896, Oil on canvas, This painting is a scaled-down version of an enormous canvas?over 14 x 7 feet?that French artist Puvis de Chavannes painted for the Boston Public Library. The greatest muralist of his time, Puvis carried out many important decorations for public buildings in France. The Boston project, a cycle of nine murals, was his first and only commission in the United States and represents the spheres of human knowledge contained in the library's holdings. Here we see the Greek poet Aeschylus reading the script of his tragedy, 'Prometheus Bound.' The climactic scene unfolds behind him, as the titan Prometheus, who stole fire from the Gods, is punished by being chained to a rock and having his liver consumed daily by an eagle. Water nymphs surround the doomed figure, making gestures of despair., Overall: 48 7/8 x 24 7/8 in. (124.1 x 63.2 cm)

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