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.
After 1915, Modigliani devoted himself entirely to painting, producing some of his best oil paintings. This reproduction represents Modigliani's Sleeping Nude with Arms Open .Despite its extreme economy of composition and neutral backgrounds, this reproduction conveys a sharp sense of the sitter's personality.You see an elegant, arresting arrangement of curved lines and planes as well as a striking idealization of feminine sexuality.
Even though his life was short, his painting style had enormous impact on artists throughout Europe. Caravaggio produced many religious paintings that shocked his patrons because of his depiction of Christ and other religious figures as common people in everyday settings.
Caravaggio employed such contrasts in this painting ,light and dark for greater truth-to-life, and also to express such ideas as good and evil, life and death.
This is one of the flattest landscapes ever painted. At around the same time, Cezanne was flattening his still lifes by distorting the tables to a vertical orientation. Monet stops short of distortion through a judicious choice of subject. A hillside staircase provides the form for a dramatic flattening of the painting. Monet increases the effect by frozening the children in full frontal portrayal and showing No clouds that would break up the solid plane of dark blue sky.
Grimshaws's primary influence was the Pre-Raphaelites. True to the Pre-Raphaelite style, Grimshaw put forth landscapes of accurate color and lighting, and vivid detail. Grimshaw would often paint landscape paintings that typified seasons, or that typified a kind of weather. By applying his skill in lighting effects, and unusually careful attention to detail, Grimshaw was often capable of intricately describing a scene, while strongly conveying its mood.
Le Canal", as people of the district say, is a very popular spot for Parisians.
They like its particular "atmosphere", the poetry of its banks bordered by hundred-year old chestnut trees and plane trees and punctuated by romantic footbridges. They enjoy to walk along the quiet banks or to watch the barges navigate the series of locks and road bridges.
The oil painting reproduction is very close to the original Sisley's painting. The paint's texture was cracked at some places for an absolute similarity.
Serov became famous after exhibiting Girl with Peaches considered to be among the greatest masterpieces of the Tretiakov Gallery. The canvas, a portrait of Savva Mamontov's daughter, Vera, brings to mind sunny and cheerful portraits by Renoir, but is probably more inspired by the colors of Repin's paintings. No doubt Serov was One of the greatest Russian portrait painters.
This oil painting reproduction sticks to the original colours and size of the Serov's painting in the Tretiakov Gallery.
Tamara de Lempicka is perhaps the most famous painter of the art deco period. She was a prolific artist and was much sought after as a portrait artist. Here Lempicka depicted herself driving a classic car.
Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea Which at Twenty Meters Becomes the Portrait of Abraham Lincoln
This large-scale double-image painting of the painter's wife, Gala, that switches into a portrait of Lincoln when you squint your eyes, has been perfectly reproduced in our studio. There are however some deliberate changes, due to existing copiright on some of Dali paintings.
The lady of Shallot leaves her castle, finds a boat, writes her name on it, sets it adrift, and sings her death song as she drifts down the river to Camelot. The locals find the boat and the body, realize who she is, and are saddened. Lancelot prays that God will have mercy on her soul.
This is one of Tennyson's most popular poems. The Pre-Raphaelites liked to illustrate it. Waterhouse made three separate paintings of "The Lady of Shalott".
Edgar Degas favored subjects in movement as though caught by a candid camera. Degas's style of composition was influenced by photography and by Japanese prints. Although Degas paintings of ballet dancers appear casual and unstudied, the compositions, with their oblique views and asymmetrical balance, were in fact carefully calculated. One such painting - The Pink Dancers, was carefully re - created by our painter, conveying the exact and unique Degas' painting techique - dry brush over texture, bold and carefull lines, one of a kind color tonality.