EOO+Living with a World-Class Art Collection
A world-class collection of oil paintings from EOO+SHOP
Why not grace your home with these reproduced masterpieces? They’re sure to attract many admirers!
We have selected representative works from some of the most popular artists and have reproduced the flavor of the original using advanced printing techniques.
A: Irene Cahen D’Anvers/ Renoir
A renowned leader of the Impressionist movement, Renoir (1841 – 1919) enjoyed depicting his friends and lovers with expressive candor, conveying a youthful exuberance and intimate charm that suggests visions of an earthly paradise. By focusing on the ‘here and now’ of his time, these fleeting moments become relished nostalgic memories. Renoir’s portrayal of luminous color, skillfully varied brushstrokes, nuances of light and shadow all worked together to form a warm sensuality.
B: Sun flowers/ Van Gogh
Van Gogh began painting in late summer 1888 and continued into the following year.
The paintings show sunflowers in all stages of life, from full bloom to withering.
The paintings were considered innovative for their use of the yellow spectrum, partly because newly invented pigments made new colors possible.
C: The Scream/ Edvard Munch
The Norwegian painter Edvard Munch (1863-1944) did several versions of “The Scream,” an alter image for himself, in oil, pastel, and lithograph between 1893 and 1910.
It has been widely interpreted as representing the universal anxiety of modern man. Painted with broad bands of garish color and highly simplified forms, and employing a high viewpoint, the agonized figure is reduced to a garbed skull in the throes of an emotional crisis.
D: The Birth of Venus/ Sandro Borricelli
The Birth of Venus is undoubtedly one of the world’s most famous and appreciated works of art. Painted by Sandro Botticelli between 1482 and 1485, it has become a landmark of XV century Italian painting, so rich in meaning and allegorical references to antiquity.
The work demonstrates Botticelli’s mastery of sinuous line and supple form.And it is evident that the painter has used all of his considerable artistic skill to create a timeless masterpiece – in this image, Venus, the Classical goddess of love and beauty, is brought vividly to life.
E: Impression, Sunrise/Claude Monet
Impression, Sunrise was painted in 1872, depicting a Le Havre port landscape.
Impressionists paint colors perceived with natural light, with little importance given to details. Shapes are formed by how the colors of the scene are detected, forming pictures naturally.
Monet originally named the painting Marina, but changed the title to Impression, Sunrise (Impression, Soleil Levant) for the 1874 Exhibition catalog