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Este pinturas mostram a vida de famílias escravas brasileiras. Foi feito pelo pintor alemão Johann Moritz Rugendas (1802-1858). Vemos cabanas de escravos perto da casa de seus donos em uma plantação de açúcar. Rugendas trabalhou no Brasil durante 1821-1825.

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Johannes Vermeer De liefdesbrieven ca 1669/70 Schip op schilderij toestand van de zee ,de wandelaar op het schilderij, brief, muziekinstrument en vorm, partituren ,muiltjes. Stoffer tegen de deur ?

Page: The Milkmaid Artist: Johannes Vermeer Completion Date: c.1660 Style: Baroque Genre: genre painting Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 41 x 45.5 cm Gallery: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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By Elisabeth Louise Vigée Lebrun:1796. Portrait de la comtesse Skavronskaia (1761-1829) Dame d'honneur of Catherine II of Russia, niece and mistress of Potemkin. Vigee Lebrun said of her, "The countess was as sweet and beautiful as an angel. All day she was idle; she had no education, and her conversation was almost nil. In spite of this, thanks to her ravishing face and an angelic sweetness, she had an invincible charm."

Ilustração de edifício inspirada no suprematismo de Malévich