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"Felsefe-Tıp-Hukuk" - Gustav Klimt

1894 yılında hükümet ona, Viyana Üniversitesi’nin büyük salonunun tavan süslemesini sipariş etmiştir. Tabloların konularının Felsefe, Tıp ve Hukuk Fakültelerinin alegorilerini temsil etmesi düşünülmüştür. Ondan bilimin yüceltilmesine katkıda bulunması beklenmiş ancak Klimt, her türlü geleneksel kurala karşı çıkmıştır.

The Sistine Chapel Ceiling Frescoes - Michelangelo Buonarroti

The Sistine Chapel in the Vatican was built by Pope IV Sixtus in the 1470s. The holy place was used as a gathering place for the archbishops to choice and celebrate, especially the new Pope. In 1508, Pope Julius II had Michelangelo commissioned the ceiling frescoes of the chapel. Michelangelo, who considers himself a sculptor rather than a painter, unintentionally accepted the job. The ceiling of the chapel, which is about 13,5 meters high, was covered with a barrel vault. The length of the thin, tall ceiling, where Michelangelo would work, was about 14 meters width and 41 meters long.

The Last Supper - Leonardo da Vinci

When evening came, Jesus was reclining at the table with the Twelve. And while they were eating, he said, “Truly I tell you, one of you will betray me.” They were very sad and began to say to him one after the other, “Surely you don’t mean me, Lord?” Jesus replied, “The one who has dipped his hand into the bowl with me will betray me. The Son of Man will go just as it is written about him.

Self-Portraits - Albrecht Dürer

In his self-portraits, Dürer sometimes used a silver pen technique and subsequently added his monogram manually. Thus, it prevented the picture from being corrected later. Dürer was one of the first artists to make his own portrait in the history of western painting. Some self-portraits, which gave insight into his appearance, provided a foresight into his personality.

La Grenouillère - Renoir with Monet

The two painters worked on the same subject on their coffee tables placed side by side. They both chose people who had fun on a small islet called Flower Pot with a single tree on it. Monet and Renoir transferred such a page to the canvas in Bougival...

The Girls of Avignon - Pablo Picasso

In 1907, Pablo Picasso exhibited the first Cubist painting, The Girls of Avignon. The subject of the painting, which depicts prostitutes working in a brothel in Barcelona, was as unusual and radical as its style. All the figures were angular and coarse. The bodies and background were degrade to geometric forms.

Impression, Sunrise - Claude Monet

The art critic Louis Leroy wrote the most serious critique of the exhibition. Louis Leroy named Monet's "Impression, Sunrise" as the name of the whole group.

Giverny’de Bahçe ve Nilüferler - Claude Monet

Gökyüzü artık yalnızca bir yansımaydı ve artık tablolarının üst bölümünün tersine resmin alt yarısında yer alıyordu. Daha karanlık ve görsel olarak daha ağır olan kıyı şeridi de resmin üst yarısını oluşturmaktaydı. Giverny’deki araziyi satın alan Monet, bahçeyi yeniden düzenlemeye başlamıştı. Kendi tasarım ve düzenlemeleriyle türlerine ve renklerine göre birbirine koşut sınırlar oluşturarak ...

Dr. Nicolaes Tulp's Anatomy Lesson - Rembrandt van Rijn

Rembrandt van Rijn's is one of the most important work in 1632 to "Dr. Tulp's Anatomy Lesson" table. This work by the Amsterdam Surgeons' Guild was one of the first important orders in Amsterdam. As the first group portrait of Rembrandt, "Dr. Tulp's Anatomy Lesson" table is shown. The table in the form of a general group portrait gave Rembrandt a great success...

The Luncheon on the Grass - Édouard Manet

In 1863, Édouard Manet wanted to participate in the Paris famous Salon exhibition with his work "The Luncheon on the Grass" but the painting was rejected by the Salon jury. Only half of the applications were accepted that year. Upon the complaints of the artists that were not included in the exhibition, III. Napoleon allowed him to organize another exhibition under the name of "Salon des Refusés". In this exhibition, Manet's painting "The Luncheon on the Grass" had caused a great noise and caused a scandal...