Abduction of Europe by Claude Lorrain

The flowering of creativity Claude Lorrain falls on the 50s. XVII century. During these years he created the best of his works. So, in the painting “The Abduction of Europe”,

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Acis and Galatea by Claude Lorrain

Another famous picture of Lorrain is “Acis. And Galatea.” This canvas is currently stored in the Dresden Gallery. The work is written in the classical style, which requires compliance with

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Morning by Claude Lorrain

The landscapes of Claude Lorrain, along with the philosophical paintings of his contemporary Poussin, were one of the peaks of French classicism. True, it is difficult to find more dissimilar

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View of Rome by Claude Lorrain

Claude Lorrain often depicted architectural structures in his paintings. In his early works one can find several types of the environs of Rome, written with high topographic accuracy. Subsequently, the

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Departure of Saint Paula by Claude Lorrain

“Departure of St. Paula” can also be counted among the masterpieces of the artist. The architectural landscape resembles the view of Ostia’s harbor. On either side of the bay, buildings

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