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ORIENTALISM IN ART

Throughout the 19th century, one of the most popular and widely exhibited genres of painting was Orientalism within Academism. The movement was marked by images of marketplaces bustling with people in exotic dress and voyeuristic scenes of harems and bathing women.

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Warhol, Andy
Warhol, Andy

As one of the most sensational and unconventional artists to arrive on t...

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Parrish, Maxfield
Parrish, Maxfield

Both illustrator and painter, Maxfield Parrish is recognized today for h...

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Neiman, LeRoy
Neiman, LeRoy

Bois de Boulogne by LeRoy Neiman. Dated 1984. (M.S. Rau, New Orleans) ...

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Frieseke, Frederick Carl
Frieseke, Frederick Carl

Frederick Carl Frieseke is celebrated for his intimate portrayals of at...

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Pissarro, Camille
Pissarro, Camille

One of the masters of French art, Camille Pissarro was a movement in and...

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Grimshaw, John Atkinson
Grimshaw, John Atkinson

The consummate, self-taught Victorian artist John Atkinson Grimshaw poss...

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Vibert, Jehan-Georges
Vibert, Jehan-Georges

Parisian artist Jehan-Georges Vibert (1840-1902) was born in Paris in 18...

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Fischer, Paul Gustave
Fischer, Paul Gustave

The son of the artist Phillip Fischer, Paul Gustave Fischer was born in ...

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Buffet, Bernard
Buffet, Bernard

Bernard Buffet is an internationally renowned post-war French painter, c...

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Godward, John William
Godward, John William

John William Godward is one of the foremost Victorian Neoclassicist pain...

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Gérôme, Jean-Léon
Gérôme, Jean-Léon

Jean-Léon Gérôme, a pioneer of Orientalist and History painting, and pe...

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Dufy, Raoul
Dufy, Raoul

French Fauvist artist Raoul Dufy (1877-1953) is celebrated for his whims...

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