The Evening is an early 1913 work by Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky, painted before his total abstraction period.
In his particular Post-Impressionist style, Vincent van Gogh paints The Smother - a moustachioed peasant smoking his pipe in 1888.
Memory of the Garden at Etten (Ladies of Arles) was painted by Vincent van Gogh as a decoration for the house he shared with artist Gauguin
Vincent van Gogh's The Stagecoach to Tarascon is based on a novel in which the stagecoach remembers its day on the route from Tarascon to Nimes
This is a portrait of the Art Dealer Alexander Reid, who was a friend of both Vincent van Gogh and of James McNeil Whistler.
Boy in a Red Waistcoat is in keeping with Paul Cézanne's flair for Post-Impressionist experimentation with shapes, volume and angles.
In 1888's Entrance to the Public Park in Arles by Vincent Van Gogh, the brushwork in the trees particularly resemble those of Cezanne’s from a year before.
French artist Paul Cezanne spent a lot of time in Provence, the setting of his 1887 painting Mont Sainte-Victoire with a Large Pine.
Port-en-Bessin, Entrance to the Harbour is an 1888 view of the port in Normandy and is painted in Georges Seurat’s signature style of pointillism.
Wheatfield at Auvers with White House is a simple painting of a field of wheat with a country house in the background painted by Vincent Van Gogh.
The Ham is an 1889 still life picture by French Post-Impressionist Paul Gauguin and is about as dull as a painting like this can be.
French artist Paul Gauguin painted The Brooding Woman ('Te Faaturuma' in Tahitian) during his first period living in Tahiti in 1891.
Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh painted Lane with Poplars in 1885 and shows a scene near Nuenen in the Netherlands where he lived from 1883 to 1885.
This 1882 Vincent Van Gogh painting of a woman in a white shawl in a woodland avoids any kind of narrative context.
Vincent Van Gogh painted Peach Blossom in the Crau, South-Eastern France on the Mediterranean Sea during March and April of 1889.