1910s Paintings: 1910 Paintings, 1911 Paintings, 1912 Paintings, 1913 Paintings, 1914 Paintings, 1915 Paintings, 1916 Paintings, 1917 P
General Books LLC, 2010 - 120 pages
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: 1910 paintings, 1911 paintings, 1912 paintings, 1913 paintings, 1914 paintings, 1915 paintings, 1916 paintings, 1917 paintings, 1918 paintings, 1919 paintings, September Morn, Midvinterblot, The Jack Pine, Gassed, Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2, Water Lilies, The Street Enters the House, Jacques and Berthe Lipchitz, The West Wind, Marchesa Casati, Nude Sitting on a Divan, Dance, Le Bassin Aux Nymph as, The Night, The Funeral, The Dream, The Blue Kitchen, The Funeral of the Anarchist Galli, The City Rises, Suprematist Composition, I and the Village, The Melancholy of Departure, The Nostalgia of the Infinite, The Bathers, Gare Montparnasse, The Gilded Cage, The Disquieting Muses, Le pigeon aux petits pois, Adele Bloch-Bauer II, Landscape Near Figueras, The Song of Love, Music, The Bride of the Wind, The Double Dream of Spring, Aquis Submersus, Metaphysical Interior with Biscuits, Gray Tree, L'Atelier Rouge, Enigma of the Hour, Trophy, Hypertrophied, Le rideau jaune, Le R ve Transform, Metaphysical Interior with Large Factory, Woman on a High Stool, Ma Jolie, Vilabertran, The Music Lesson, Self-Portrait with Seven Fingers, The Painter and His Model, Violon et raisins, Cliff Dwellers, Zorah on the Terrace, Le Rifain assis. Excerpt: Midvinterblot is a painting created for the hall of the central staircase in Nationalmuseum in Stockholm by the Swedish painter Carl Larsson in 1915. It is Sweden's most debated painting. The painting depicts a legend from Norse mythology in which the Swedish king Domalde was sacrificed in order to avert a famine. After a long controversy it was rejected by the museum, but the debate resurfaced again in the late 20th century, after which it was finally honoured with the place where Carl Larsson intended it to be. The painting of Gustav Vasa, which Midvinterblot was intended to contrast.L...
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