120 Great Paintings


Thinking of mounting a Monet? How about varnishing a Vermeer? This rich treasury of famous paintings by the world's greatest artists provides images for a number of projects.
Superb reproductions of more than 100 masterpieces from five centuries allow graphic designers and hobbyists to choose from works by Fra Angelico, Hieronymus Bosch, Albrecht Dürer, Thomas Gainsborough, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, and scores more. An inspiring collection for lovers of fine art, this ...
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Thinking of mounting a Monet? How about varnishing a Vermeer? This rich treasury of famous paintings by the world's greatest artists provides images for a number of projects.
Superb reproductions of more than 100 masterpieces from five centuries allow graphic designers and hobbyists to choose from works by Fra Angelico, Hieronymus Bosch, Albrecht Dürer, Thomas Gainsborough, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, and scores more. An inspiring collection for lovers of fine art, this CD-ROM and book set will be welcomed as well by art teachers and students.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486996776
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 10/6/2005
  • Series: Dover Electronic Clip Art Series
  • Edition description: CD & BOOK
  • Pages: 64
  • Sales rank: 1,124,333
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema; A Coign of Vantage; 1895
Albrecht Altdorfer; Alexander's Victory (or Battle of Issus); 1529
Andrea del Sarto; The Virgin and Child with a Saint and an Angel; c. 1509-1514
Fra Angelico (Guido di Pietro); The Annunciation (detail); c. 1430-45
Giovanni Bellini; Portrait of Doge Leonardo Loredan; c. 1501-1505
Albert Bierstadt; Yosemite Valley; c. 1863
Pierre Bonnard; Dining Room in the Country; 1913
Hieronymus Bosch; Garden of Earthly Delights (center panel); 1510-15
Ambrosius Bosschaert; Bouquet of Flowers on a Ledge; c. 1620
Sandro Botticelli; The Birth of Venus; c. 1484
François Boucher; Odalisque; c. 1745
Eugéne Boudin; The Beach at Trouville; 1863
William-Adolphe Bouguereau; The Birth of Venus; 1879
Dieric Bouts; The Last Supper; 1464-67
Agnolo Bronzino; An Allegory with Venus and Cupid; c. 1550
Jan Brueghel the Elder; Vase of Flowers; c. 1608
Pieter Bruegel; Hunters in the Snow; 1565
Sir Edward Burne-Jones; Laus Veneris; 1868
Gustave Caillebotte; Rue de Paris, Wet Weather; 1877
Antonio Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal); The Pier, Seen from the Basin of San Marco; c. 1730-35
Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi); The Young Bacchus; c. 1591-99
Mary Cassatt; The Caress; 1902
Paul Cézanne; Still Life with Apples; 1893-94
Marc Chagall; The Birthday; 1915
William Merritt Chase; A Friendly Call; 1895
De Chirico; The Song of Love; 1914
Petrus Christus; A Young Lady; c. 1470
Cimabue (Cenni Di Peppi); Madonna and Child Enthroned with Eight Angels; c. 1280
Pieter Claesz; A Vanitas Still Life; 1645
John Constable; The Haywain; 1821
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot; La Toilette (Landscape with Figures); 1859
Lucas Cranach the Elder; Cupid Complaining to Venus; c. 1530s
Lorenzo di Credi; The Annunciation; c. 1480-85
Carlo Crivelli; Madonna of the Swallow; c. 1490-92
Jacques-Louis David; Death of Marat; 1793
Edgar Degas; Before the Rehearsal; c. 1880
Eugéne Delacroix; Liberty Leading the People; 1830
Dosso Dossi; Circe and Her Lovers in a Landscape; c. 1511-12
Asher B. Durand; Kindred Spirits; 1849
Albrecht Dürer; Self-Portrait; 1498
Thomas Eakins; The Biglin Brothers Racing; 1873-74
Max Ernst; Celebes; 1921
Jan van Eyck; The Marriage of Giovanni Arnolfini and Giovanna Cerami; 1434
Henri Fantin-Latour; Betrothal Still Life (Nature morte aux fiançailles); 1869
School of Fontainebleau; Gabrielle d'Estrees and One of Her Sisters; c. 1594-99
Jean Fouquet; Estienne Chevalier with St. Stephen; c. 1450
Jean-Honoré Fragonard; A Young Girl Reading; c. 1776
Caspar David Friedrich; The Stages of Life; c. 1835
Thomas Gainsborough; The Blue Boy; c. 1770
Paul Gauguin; When Will You Marry? (Nafea faa ipoipo?); 1892
Domenico Ghirlandaio; Old Man and Young Boy; 1488
Giorgione (Giorgio da Castelfranco); The Tempest; c. 1510
Giotto (Giotto di Bondone); Lamentation of Christ; c. 1305
William Glackens; Chez Mouquin; 1905
Vincent van Gogh; The Bedroom; 1889
Francisco de Goya; The Third of May, 1808; 1808-1814
El Greco; View of Toledo; c. 1604-1614
Frans Hals; Young Man with a Skull; 1626-28
Edward Hicks; The Peaceable Kingdom; c. 1837
Hans Holbein the Younger; Henry VIII; 1539-40
Winslow Homer; Snap the Whip; 1872
Pieter de Hooch; The Courtyard of a House in Delft; 1658
Edward Hopper; Hotel Room; 1931
Jan van Huysum; Bouquet of Flowers in an Urn; 1724
Jean Auguste-Dominique Ingres; The Valpinçon Bather; 1808
Frida Kahlo; Self Portrait with Monkey; 1938
Gustav Klimt; The Kiss; 1907-08
Georges de la Tour; The New Born Child; c. 1645
Lord Frederic Leighton; Flaming June; c. 1895
Leonardo da Vinci; Mona Lisa; 1506
Lorenzo Lotto; Lady with a Drawing of Lucretia; c. 1530-33
Edouard Manet; A Bar at the Folies-Bergére; 1881-82
Andrea Mantegna; Adoration of the Magi; 1495
Franz Marc; Springendes Pferd; 1913.
Hans Memling; Descent from the Cross; 1480-90
Quentin Metsys; Money Changer and His Wife; 1514
Michelangelo Buonarroti; Delphic Sibyl; c. 1506-09
John Everett Millais; Ophelia; 1852
Jean-François Millet; The Gleaners; 1857
Amedeo Modigliani; Large Seated Nude; 1917
Piet Mondrian; Broadway Boogie-Woogie; 1942-43
Claude Monet; Waterlilies; 1914
Berthe Morisot; The Cradle; 1872
Edvard Munch; The Scream; 1893
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo; St. Michael; 1665-66
Parmigianino (Girolamo Francesco Mazzola); The Conversion of Paul; c. 1530
Pablo Picasso; Les Demoiselles d'Avignon; 1907
Piero della Francesca; Portrait of Battista Sforza; 1465
Camille Pissarro; Place du Théâtre Français, Rain; 1898
Jacopo Pontormo; The Virgin with Child, St. Joseph, and St. John the Baptist; c. 1521-27
Raphael; St. George and the Dragon; 1505
Odilon Redon; The Cyclops; 1914
Rembrandt van Rijn; Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer; 1653
Pierre-Auguste Renoir; Luncheon of the Boating Party; 1880-81
Diego Rivera; Flower Day; 1925
Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Il Ramoscello (Bella e Buona); 1865
Henri Rousseau; The Sleeping Gypsy; 1897
Peter Paul Rubens; Portrait of Suzanne Fourment; 1625
John Singer Sargent; Lady Agnew of Lochnaw; 1892-93
Georges Seurat; Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande-Jatte; 1884-86
Alfred Sisley; The Bark During the Flood, Port Marly; 1876
John Sloan; The City from Greenwich Village; 1922
Jan Steen; The Christening Feast; 1664
Gilbert Stuart; The Skater; 1782
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo; Hagar and Ismael in the Wilderness; c. 1732
Tintoretto; Transport of the Body of Saint Mark; 1562-66
James Tissot; Portsmouth Dockyard; c. 1877
Titian (Tiziano Vecelli); The Venus of Urbino; c. 1538
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec; La Goulue Arriving at the Moulin Rouge with Two Women; 1892
Maurice Utrillo; Marizy Sainte-Genevieve; c. 1910
Anthony van Dyck; Family Portrait; 1621
Diego Velásquez; Las Meninas; c. 1656
Jan Vermeer; Girl with a Pearl Earring; c. 1665-66
Edouard Vuillard; The Art Dealers; c. 1908
John William Waterhouse; The Lady of Shallot; 1888
Jean-Antoine Watteau; Pierrot: Gilles; 1721
Rogier van der Weyden; Descent from the Cross; c. 1435
James Abbot McNeill Whistler; Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 1: Portrait of the Artist's Mother; 1871
Grant Wood; American Gothic; 1930
Francisco de Zurbarán; St. Francis Kneeling; 1635-39

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