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.
The Starry Night was completed near the mental asylum of Saint-Remy, 13 months before Van Gogh's death.
Here our painter conveys Van Gogh's furious painting manner and The Starry Night vibrates with rockets of burning yellow while planets gyrate like cartwheels. The hills quake and heave, yet the cosmic gold fireworks that swirl against the blue sky are somehow restful.
Landseer was greatly admired as a painter of animals and to a certain degree his reputation rests on such paintings . Indeed, it was as an animal painter that Landseer first came to the attention of Queen Victoria in 1836. Landseer's particular skills lay not just in accurate drawing (based on his early experience of dissection) , but also in his ability to incorporate them into compositions.
What sets Friedrich paintings apart is his transformation of the landscape into symbolic meanings, often religious. His painting scenes are often empty of people, mysterious ravines, threatening cliffs, and a terrifying sea of ice. In these paintings, nature emerges not as some benign environment for mankind, but as a frightening threat to man's stability.
Van Gogh's fascination with the sun persisted, as in Wheatfield to which he ascribed a symbolic meaning.
Conveyed in this reproduction is Van Gogh's dynamic, swirling strokes of thick paint defining the sky, and straight thick lines of the wheat field , itself an image of the force of life in nature.
This dramatic reproduction of the Aivazovsky's most popular painting, depicting a sea storm with the survivors from a shipwreck, known as 'The Ninth Wave' (1850), conveys all the dramatism and sea horror, for which Aivazovsky was so famous. The original canvas is in the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. Aivazovsky also made many variations and repetitions of " The Ninth Wave ", as well, as of his other popular paintings.
John Singer Sargent was a leading force in the revival of society portraiture in Britain and America at the end of the nineteenth century. Sargent was best known for his portraits of fashionable and wealthy elite on both sides of the Atlantic.
This reproduction of " Lord Ribblesdale " was executed with the exact painting manner of Sargent - bold brushstrokes and stunning light effects.
Waterhouse paintings are perhaps the best of the Pre-Raphaelites (although really a Neoclassic). Waterhouse's combination of mythology, poetry and mystique femme fatale is absolutely outstanding and soulfully touching.
This is a reproduction depicting Psyche Opening the Golden Box.Browse the details for a closer look.
Canaletto shows us a view of Venice's main canal, called the Grand Canal, which winds its way through the city. Venice has many canals, which are used, like roads, to travel through the city. The Grand Canal was lined with palaces, warehouses and churches. It was a fashionable place for a walk. Canaletto included many details and well-known buildings in this painting. He wanted his painting to look like a mirror held up to the canal.
Canaletto specialized in wieldy topographical views for the tourist market 0f Florence and Venice and became a much sought-after painter in the landscape genre. Canaletto was so successful in fact that in the course of the 1730s, assisted by his pupils, he must have produced hundreds and perhaps even more landscape views, occasionally in series of twenty or more.
Take a look at this perfect reproduction of one of his most complicated paintings.