OIL PAINTING REPRODUCTION SAMPLES
Oil painting reproductions also known as copies or replicas are legitimate works of Art. The paintings created at World Classic Gallery are not forgeries, but very good oil reproductions, hard to distinguish from the originals. Now you can have Vincent van Gogh, Monet or your favorite artist at your home. The paintings, featured here represent only a small part of the reproductions done in our studios. For each painting you will find three or four High - Resolution image details, so you can take a close look at the painting's surface. See the brushstrokes and vivid colors our painters use. No computer tricks or color prints, which most of our competitors and especially the Chinese use. Throughout the process we strictly keep to the rules of creating genuine hand painted art reproductions.
Bouguereau's carefully finished mythological scene paintings and romantic genre paintings were attacked as "sentimental" by admirers of the Impressionists, and critics later relegated him to the role of a villain in the story of modern art's triumph. Modern critics are unreserved in their scorn for Bouguereau.
But In May, 1992 Bouguereau's Charity sold for $3,528,000 -- the most ever paid for one of Bouguereau paintings.
The reproduction you see here was executed in a size 60x 36 inches and in the details you can witness the superiority of our Artist - brushstrokes and smooth surfice , exactly as in the original painting.
Blair Leighton depicts the lovers on a marvelous marble garden - seat .
Isolde of Ireland, also known as Isolt, Isold, Iseult, or Ysolde, was the daughter of Angwish, King of Ireland. Tristan, whose name means "sorrow", given to him because of the loss of his mother at his birth, was a noble knight and was escorting Isolde back to Cornwall.
During the voyage, Isolde and Tristan drank the potion , which Isolde's mother gave to her handmaiden by accident and fell forever in love.
Barend Cornelis Koekkoek is without doubt the most important landscape painter of the Dutch Romantic movement. During his lifetime Koekkoek came to be known as 'Prince of landscape painting' and up to this day his role as leader of this genre remains unchallenged.
Look at our Artist's supreme reproduction of Koekkoek's masterly use of light and composition; The inviting path across a river and carefully positioned figures and cattle set the scene and we are invited to enjoy this idyllic moment.
Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller was best known for his way of reproducing Reality.He concentrated on still-life, but genre paintings and landscape paintings again became dominant. Waldmuller elevated genre-painting to a new dimension by adding historical and religious elements to his paintings.
This perfect reproduction shows how the Artist meticulously reproduced every flower leaflet and fibre of the marble structure, features that are so typical of Waldmuller paintings.
Caravaggio depicts the moment when the resurrected but incognito Jesus reveals himself to the astonished disciples, only to soon vanish from their sight (Luke 24: 30-31).
The painting is unusual for the life-sized figures, the dark and blank background. The table lays out a still-life meal.
The painting reproduction was executed in the original size ( 77x 55 inches ) for one of our clients. Browse the details and you will be amazed by the workmanship of our Gallery Artists.
Images of penitent Magdalene, the fallen woman whom Jesus found worthy to redeem and who would spend the rest of her life in solitude to atone for her sins, were especially prevalent during the Counter-Reformation, a period of devout Catholicism that lasted from approximately 1540 to 1640. Upon seeing Titian's conception of Mary Magdalene, the art historian Vasari declared that the picture "profoundly stirs the emotions of all who look at it; and, moreover, although the figure Mary Magdalene is extremely lovely it moves one to thoughts of pity rather than desire."
Rubens depicts Saint George in the centre of the composition, on a rearing white horse and wearing armour, in line with the traditional iconography. All the strength of his robust body goes into defeating the dragon who is depicted as squirming at his feet in dramatic foreshortening.
We made the reproduction of this rare Rubens painting for a client, who was astonished by the masterly manner and bold brushstrokes in the flowing mane ( see details ), things so characteristic of Rubens.
Here you see how very truly is reproduced the smoothness of the face and the fullness of the well constructed figure , set apart from a vast landscape background. Raphael was quite influenced by Leonardo but executed the painting with the clarity typical of him. Piero della Francesca and Perugino influences have also been noted in the style of the painting.