The Monk-Inok. (1897) by Konstantin Savitskiy

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The Athenaeum - Cardplayers (Paul Cezanne - 1893-1896)

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The Potato Eaters (1885) - Vincent Van Gogh

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Ivan Aivazovsky, Ship in the Stormy Sea, 1887

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Rembrandt - A Man in a Room [1630]

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Caravaggio - Narcissus [1599]

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Portrait of Princess Marthe-Lucile Bibesco - Giovanni Boldini

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Ivan Aivazovsky Smugglers, 1890

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Rembrandt Van Rhine, A PHILOSOPHER IN MEDITATION (1632)

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Lunar night on Capri - Ivan Aivazovsky

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Neapolitan by Ivan Aivazovsky

The Black Sea at night - Aivazovsky Ivan

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Moonlit Seascape With Shipwreck by Ivan Aivazovsky Russian - 1863AD

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Wiles, Irving Ramsay (American, 1861-1948) - The Reader - 1900

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Thomas Benjamin Kennington (1856‑1916) "Orphans"

Thomas Benjamin Kennington, 'Orphans' 1885

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Giovanni Boldini - Corner of the Painter's Table 1890

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Winding Brook - Egon Schiele

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Rue de la Paix, Rain - Edouard Cortes

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Caravaggio - Narcissus [1599]

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Pietro Annigoni 1934

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Chaos (The Creation) | Ivan Aivazovsky

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Claude Monet

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Jean Baptiste Camille Corot

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Caspar David Friedrich, 'The Wanderer above the Sea of Fog' (1818). The great outdoors… Man has conquered earth with a walking stick. He has a moment of self-reflection as he gazes into the murkiness. Is he staring into the unknown future? Is he considering his own insignificance within the wilderness? This is about as Romantic as it gets. May 15, 2012

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"Night is purer than day; it is better for thinking and loving and dreaming. At night everything is more intense, more true" The Black Sea at night - Ivan Aivazovsky

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Peaches - Claude Monet

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