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In absolutely no order whatsoever, the paintings from the "Masters of Art" (Taiteen mestarit) series that are useful to the current project
Chagall: Above the Town
Whistler: Symphony in White (all of them) and overall his... character.
Vermeer: the ones where the light comes through a window on the left
Camille Corot: Louise Claire Sennegon (though I really ought to look at more of his work)
Chardin: his technique, especially with pastels.
Della Francesca: Duchess of Urbino
Fragonard: The Reader (mostly not into his stuff, but she is gorgeous <3 Too bad I can't use her for my reader)
Giorgione: Laura and Old Woman
van der Weyden:
Bellini: Madonna with Child
then going through wikimedia commons I found this Mary Magdalene that is win
Holbein: the kneeling female figure in the corner:
Tiepolo: his mother
van Eyck: St. Barbara (mostly for the awesome style of mark making)
Tintoretto: the awesome lighting in Mary in the Temple
Van Gogh: the squiggliness, you know what I mean without pictures... Also selfportraiture in general.
Oh and the stars:
Renoir: Dejeuner, or rather, the girl in the middle drinking water
Fra Angelico: everything ever, mostly the conceptual level
Botticelli: everything ever that has long flowing blonde hair <3 The overall aesthetic that was not the same as his contemporaries' (yay outlines and kind of unreal look!)
Zurbaran: the mummified St. Francis and the Agnus Dei
Monet: the parasol ladies
And a couple others
Giotto, mostly as an idol for standing in between the late medievalness and renaissance.
Hogarth: now I must admit I'm not a fan, not for this project, he's too didactic and moralising. But this one is a master piece:
Burne-Jones: the Golden Stairs
Goya: the duchess of Alba
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