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 Resource Type: Artwork
 Decade: 1880-1889
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Woman with a Crescent Moon or, Eclipse

Woman with a Crescent Moon or, Eclipse

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Date: 1888
Creator: Besnard, Albert
Description: The head and bust of a woman is in front of a bright moon.
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Notre Dame, Paris

Notre Dame, Paris

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Date: 1884
Creator: Benoist, Félix
Description: The painting depicts a bridge over the River Seine and the view from behind of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
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 Triumphal Arrival in Rotterdam of Prince Maurice of Orange-Nassau After the Battle of Nieuwpoort in 1600

Triumphal Arrival in Rotterdam of Prince Maurice of Orange-Nassau After the Battle of Nieuwpoort in 1600

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Date: 1884
Creator: Gros, Lucien Alphonse
Description: A triumphal man on a white horse is led by a trio of men in red. Many people are on foot and many more cheer from windows and appear to be extremely happy.
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The Royal Arms Jubilant

The Royal Arms Jubilant

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Date: 1887
Creator: Mecham, William
Description: Queen Victoria, a lion picking his teeth, a unicorn, coat of arms, champagne, flags, meat on a platter, seascape, boats in the distance are all pictured in this satirical cartoon from the weekly magazine, St. Stephen's Review.
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The Flower Sellers

The Flower Sellers

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Date: 1883
Creator: Marchetti, Ludovico
Description: Two women in ruffled gowns are at the center of the action next to a donkey carrying the flower seller's baskets. General merrymaking takes place behind and beside the women. A couple at the right side of the painting are seated and appear to be chatting.
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Young Peasants Feeding a Fire

Young Peasants Feeding a Fire

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Date: 1887/1888
Creator: Pissarro, Camille
Description: The painting depicts in the foreground two people feeding a fire with small sticks and twigs. In the distance are three cows. The style is pointillist.
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Claude Debussy in Rome

Claude Debussy in Rome

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Date: 1884
Creator: Baschet, Marcel André
Description: In the portrait, the man faces the left side of the artwork. The pastel strokes are large and loose creating the planes of his face. He wears a dark suit and has some sparse facial hair.
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Cirque at Gavarnie

Cirque at Gavarnie

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Date: 1882
Creator: Doré, Gustave
Description: The almost square composition depicts a dramatic and sublime, circular mountainous landscape with a waterfall.
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General View of Universal Exposition, Paris, 1889

General View of Universal Exposition, Paris, 1889

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Date: 1889
Creator: unknown
Description: A three-fourths angle aerial view illustrates the grounds of the Universal Exposition of 1889 and is noted as such on the engraving.
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Young Peasants Feeding a Fire

Young Peasants Feeding a Fire

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Date: 1887/1888
Creator: Pissarro, Camille
Description: In this painting detail, the peasants are shown and the pattern of points of color are clearly visible in this detail.
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