120 Portrait Paintings

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This arresting collection of 120 famous portraits captures the very souls of their subjects. Including masterpieces from Raphael, da Vinci, Vermeer, Picasso, Manet, Boldini, van Dyck, Tissot, Kahlo, Largillière, Dürer, and more, this breathtaking treasury also includes a wealth of self-portraits. Embellish tote bags and shirts, enhance arts and crafts projects, or just enjoy these wondrous paintings for their aesthetic beauty. Each high-quality image is ready to use and enjoy.

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Overview

This arresting collection of 120 famous portraits captures the very souls of their subjects. Including masterpieces from Raphael, da Vinci, Vermeer, Picasso, Manet, Boldini, van Dyck, Tissot, Kahlo, Largillière, Dürer, and more, this breathtaking treasury also includes a wealth of self-portraits. Embellish tote bags and shirts, enhance arts and crafts projects, or just enjoy these wondrous paintings for their aesthetic beauty. Each high-quality image is ready to use and enjoy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486998350
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 6/5/2007
  • Series: Dover Electronic Clip Art Series
  • Pages: 64
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 10.60 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents


Alessandro Allori; Self-Portrait; 1555
Sofonisba Anguissola; Self-Portrait; 1556
Giuseppe Arcimboldo; Rudolph II as "Vertumnus"; 1590
Pompeo Batoni; Thomas William Coke; 1774
Frédéric Bazille; Self-Portrait; 1867-68
Cecilia Beaux; Man with the Cat (Henry Sturgis Drinker); 1898
Max Beckman; Self-Portrait Dressed as a Clown; 1921
Giovanni Bellini; Portrait of Doge Leonardo Loredan; 1501-1505
Marie-Guillemine Benoist; Portrait of a Negress; 1799-1800
Giovanni Boldini; Count Robert de Montesquiou-Fezensac; 1897
Sandro Botticelli; Profile of a Young Woman; 1480
François Boucher; A Landscape Painter in His Studio; 1753
Dieric Bouts; Portrait of a Man (Jan van Winckele?); 1462
Agnolo Bronzino; Bia de' Medici; ca. 1541
Horace Bundy; Vermont Lawyer; 1841
Gustave Caillebotte; Self-Portrait; ca. 1892
Robert Campin; Portrait of a Woman; ca.1430
Rosalba Carriera; Louis XV, as Dauphin; 1720-21
Mary Cassatt; Simone in a White Bonnet; 1901
Paul Cézanne; Madame Cézanne in the Conservatory; 1891-92
Philippe de Champaigne; Triple Portrait of Cardinal Richelieu; 1642
Joshua Reynolds; Self-Portrait; 1747-49
William Merritt Chase; Portrait of Miss Dora Wheeler; 1883
Giorgio de Chirico; Self-Portrait; 1922
Petrus Christus; Portrait of a Lady; 1470
Jean Clouet; Francois I; 1520-25
John Singleton Copley; Head of a Negro; 1777-1778
Lovis Corinth; Self-Portrait with Skeleton; 1896-97
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot; The Woman with the Pearl; 1858-68
Antonio Allegri (called Correggio); Self-Portrait; 1510
Gustave Courbet; Portrait of the Artist (called Man with a Pipe); 1848-49
Kenyon Cox; Portrait of Maxfield Parrish; 1905
Lucas Cranach the Elder; Portrait of Dr. Johannes Cuspinian; 1502
Walter Crane; Self-Portrait; 1912
Gerard David; Portrait of a Goldsmith; 1505-1510
Edgar Degas; Madame Théodore Gobillard (née Yves Morisot); 1869
Eugène Delacroix; Self-Portrait; 1839
André Derain; Portrait of Matisse; 1905
Otto Dix; Self-Portrait; 1912
Albrecht Dürer; Self-Portrait; 1498
Anthony van Dyck; Family Portrait; 1621
Thomas Eakins; Portrait of Walt Whitman; 1887-88
Jan van Eyck; Arnolfini Wedding Portrait; 1434
Thomas Gainsborough; The Blue Boy; 1770
Paul Gauguin; Portrait of Mette Gauguin, the Artist's Wife; 1884
Artemisia Gentileschi; Self-Portrait Playing the Lute; 1615-17
Domenico Ghirlandaio; Portrait of Giovanna Tornabuoni; 1488
Alberto Giacometti; Self-Portrait; 1921
Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson; Portrait of Mustapha; 1819
William Glackens; Portrait of Ernest Lawson; 1911
Norbert Goeneutte; Dr. Paul Gachet; 1891
Vincent van Gogh; Self-Portrait; 1889
Francisco de Goya; Portrait of Doña Isabel de Porcel; 1805
Frans Hals; Portrait of a Young Man with a Skull; 1626
Robert Henri; Grace--Chinese Girl; 1917
Nicholas Hilliard; Queen Elizabeth I; 1575
William Hogarth; Self-Portrait with his Dog, Trump; 1745
Hans Holbein the Younger; Portrait of Erasmus of Rotterdam; 1523
Milton William Hopkins; Pierrepont Edward Lacey and His Dog, Gun; 1832
Edward Hopper; Self-Portrait; 1925-30
Jean Ingres; M. Marcotte; 1810
Henry Inman; Sequoyah (after a painting by Charles Bird King); 1830
Frida Kahlo; Self-Portrait with Monkey; 1938
Angelica Kauffmann; Self-Portrait with the Bust of Minerva; 1780
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner; Self-Portrait as a Soldier; 1915
Gustav Klimt; Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I; 1907
Laura Knight; Self-Portrait; 1913
Nicolas de Largillière; Elizabeth Throckmorton; 1729
Maurice Quentin de la Tour; Self-Portrait; 1735
Sir Thomas Lawrence; Portrait of Mrs. Robert Burne-Jones
Sir Peter Lely; Portrait of Hon. Mary Wharton; 1660
Leonardo da Vinci; Mona Lisa; 1503-06
Judith Leyster; Self-Portrait at the Easel; 1630
Jean-Étienne Liotard; Self-Portrait; 1744-45
Lorenzo Lotto; Young Man Before a White Curtain; 1506-08
Edward Green Malbone; Eliza Izard (Mrs. Thomas Pinckney Jr.); 1801
Édouard Manet; Berthe Morisot with a Bouquet of Violets; 1872
Quentin Massys; Portrait of a Notary; 1510
Hans Memling; Portrait of a Man with a Coin of the Emperor Nero (Bernard Bembo?); 1473-74
Sir John Everett Millais; Sweet Emma Morland; 1892
Amedeo Modigliani; Self-Portrait
Claude Monet; Self-Portrait; 1886
Berthe Morisot; Portrait of Jeanne Pontillon; 1894
Giovanni Battista Moroni; Don Gabriel de la Cueva, Duke of Albuquerque; 1560
Edvard Munch; Self-Portrait Against Red Background; 1906
Parmigianino (Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola); Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror; 1524
Rembrandt Peale; Rubens Peale with a Geranium; 1801
Pietro Perugino; Francesco delle Opere; 1494
Kuz'ma Petrov-Vodkin; Portrait of the Poet Anna Akhmatova; 1922
Pablo Picasso; Gertrude Stein; 1906
Pierro Della Francesca; Portrait of Battista Aforza; 1465
Camille Pissarro; Portrait of Cézanne; 1874
Piero del Pollaiuolo; Portrait of a Woman; 1441-42
Jacopo Pontormo; Lady in a Red Dress; 1532-33
Rockwell Kent; Cândido Portinari; 1937
Nicolas Poussin; Self-Portrait; 1650
Raphael (Raphael Santi); Portrait of a Young Woman (Lady with a Unicorn); 1505-1506
Rembrandt van Rijn; Self-Portrait; 1640
Pierre-Auguste Renoir; Mlle. Irène Cahen d'Anvers; 1880
Diego Rivera; Elisa Saldívar de Gutiérrez Roldán; 1946
George Romney; Portrait of Emma, Lady Hamilton; 1786
Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Il Ramoscello (Bella e Buona); 1865
Henri Rousseau; Myself: Portrait Landscape; 1890
Peter Paul Rubens; Portrait of Suzanne Fourment; 1625
John Singer Sargent; Lady Agnew of Lochnaw; 1892-93
George Scholtz; Self-Portrait in Front of an Advertising Column; 1926
Jan van Scorel; The Schoolboy; 1531
Luca Signorelli; Middle-Aged Man; 1500
Gilbert Stuart; George Washington; 1796
James Tissot; Portrait de Mlle. L. L. ... (Jeune Femme en Veste Rouge); 1864
Titian (Tiziano Vecelli); Flora; 1514
Henry de Toulouse-Lautrec; Gustave Lucien Dennery; 1883
Diego Velazquéz; Infanta Marguarite Therese; 1654
Jan Vermeer; Girl with a Pearl Earring; 1665-66
Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun; Self-Portrait; 1782
Édouard Vuillard; Portrait of Théodore Duret; 1912
Rogier van der Weyden; Portrait of a Lady; 1460
James Abbott McNeill Whistler; Portrait of the Artist's Mother; 1871
William J. Whittemore; Portrait of Charles C. Curran; 1888
Johann Zoffany; Francis I; 1770
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