Poul Erik Pedersen

Poul Erik Pedersen

Poul Erik Pedersen
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This has been on my desk for 20 years.  Only now am I aware that half the painting is cropped.  P.S.Kroyer

This has been on my desk for 20 years. Only now am I aware that half the painting is cropped. P.S.Kroyer

Anna Ancher - Høstlandskab

Anna Ancher - Høstlandskab

Mucha created this fabulous 1897 calendar ad for the Lef vre-Utile Biscuit Co, and he was the first to utilize the initials for the company, LU, which is now how it is most widely recognized. All of o

Mucha created this fabulous 1897 calendar ad for the Lef vre-Utile Biscuit Co, and he was the first to utilize the initials for the company, LU, which is now how it is most widely recognized. All of o

Camille Pissarro:  "Jeanne Reading"

Camille Pissarro: "Jeanne Reading"

L.A. Ring, Diset vinterdag i Vinderød, 1901

L.A. Ring, Diset vinterdag i Vinderød, 1901

Camille Pissarro The backwoods of St. Antony, Pontoise, 1876 oil painting for sale, painting Authorized official website

Camille Pissarro The backwoods of St. Antony, Pontoise, 1876 oil painting for sale, painting Authorized official website

The Artist’s Wife by Lamplight (1898). L.A. Ring (Danish, 1854-1933). Oil on canvas. Statens Museum for Kunst.

The Artist’s Wife by Lamplight (1898). L.A. Ring (Danish, 1854-1933). Oil on canvas. Statens Museum for Kunst.

Vincent van Gogh Still life with red gladiolas   1886

Vincent van Gogh Still life with red gladiolas 1886

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Still life of Fruits and Flowers, 1889

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Still life of Fruits and Flowers, 1889

Vincent van Gogh painted a number of flower still lifes during his last weeks at Saint-Rémy hospital in May 1890. He used the subject to experiment with colour and contrast. In ‘Irises’ he has placed the purple-blue flowers against a yellow background. Van Gogh spoke of 'an effect of terribly disparate complementaries that reinforce each other by their opposition.' Image: Vincent van Gogh, Irises, 1890, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)

Vincent van Gogh painted a number of flower still lifes during his last weeks at Saint-Rémy hospital in May 1890. He used the subject to experiment with colour and contrast. In ‘Irises’ he has placed the purple-blue flowers against a yellow background. Van Gogh spoke of 'an effect of terribly disparate complementaries that reinforce each other by their opposition.' Image: Vincent van Gogh, Irises, 1890, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)