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Maurice Brazil Prendergast
Maurice Brazil Prendergast
(246 paintings)

 
Myles Birket Foster
Myles Birket Foster
(234 paintings)

 
Mary Cassatt
Mary Cassatt
(224 paintings)

 
Maximilien Luce
Maximilien Luce
(199 paintings)

 
Max Liebermann
Max Liebermann
(134 paintings)

 
Martin Johnson Heade
Martin Johnson Heade
(103 paintings)

 
Marius Bauer
Marius Bauer
(73 paintings)

 
Matthias Grunewald (Mathis Gothardt)
Matthias Grunewald (Mathis Gothardt)
(71 paintings)

 
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
(70 paintings)

 
Maxime Maufra
Maxime Maufra
(65 paintings)

 
Mariano José María Bernardo Fortuny y Carbó
Mariano José María Bernardo Fortuny y Carbó
(56 paintings)

 
Mark Gertler
Mark Gertler
(56 paintings)

 
Mikhail Aleksandrovich Vrubel
Mikhail Aleksandrovich Vrubel
(56 paintings)

 
Mihaly Munkacsy
Mihaly Munkacsy
(50 paintings)

 
Melchior de Hondecoeter
Melchior de Hondecoeter
(44 paintings)

 
Michel des Gobelins Corneille
Michel des Gobelins Corneille
(43 paintings)

 
Martin II Mytens or Meytens
Martin II Mytens or Meytens
(42 paintings)

 
Matthias Stomer
Matthias Stomer
(40 paintings)

 
Mihaly Zichy
Mihaly Zichy
(40 paintings)

 
Martin Engelbrecht
Martin Engelbrecht
(39 paintings)

 
Miklos Barabas
Miklos Barabas
(38 paintings)

 
Mark Rothko (inspired by)
Mark Rothko (inspired by)
(34 paintings)

 
Maurice Leloir
Maurice Leloir
(34 paintings)

 
Michael Faraday
Michael Faraday
(34 paintings)

 
Manuel Garcia y Rodriguez
Manuel Garcia y Rodriguez
(33 paintings)

 

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Paintings of the day

Seascape with ships and fortress - (after) John Thomas Serres
Seascape with ships and fortress - (after) John Thomas Serres
A wooded river landscape with a windmill - Claes Molenaar (see Molenaer)
A wooded river landscape with a windmill - Claes Molenaar (see Molenaer)
Still-life with Mandolin c. 1911 - Istvan Pal
Still-life with Mandolin c. 1911 - Istvan Pal
An Honorary Pagoda - Paul (the Elder) Decker
An Honorary Pagoda - Paul (the Elder) Decker
Portrait Of A Nobleman, Presumed To Be Jean De Dinteville, As St George - (after) Francesco Primaticcio
Portrait Of A Nobleman, Presumed To Be Jean De Dinteville, As St George - (after) Francesco Primaticcio
Caribert or Charibert King of the Franks - (after) Dassy, Jean Joseph
Caribert or Charibert King of the Franks - (after) Dassy, Jean Joseph
Le Roi Cambyse au Siege de Peluse (King Cambyse at the Siege of Peluse) - Paul-Marie Lenoir
Le Roi Cambyse au Siege de Peluse (King Cambyse at the Siege of Peluse) - Paul-Marie Lenoir
Le Bois des Roches - Veneux- Nadon - Alfred Sisley
Le Bois des Roches - Veneux- Nadon - Alfred Sisley
Towards Evening, 1893 - Arthur Claude Strachan
Towards Evening, 1893 - Arthur Claude Strachan
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Movement of the day: Renaissance - Early

The Baptism of Christ (detail by Leonardo da Vinci) 1472-75 - Andrea Del Verrocchio
The Baptism of Christ (detail by Leonardo da Vinci) 1472-75 - Andrea Del Verrocchio
Allegory Of Spring La Primavera - Sandro Botticelli (Alessandro Filipepi)
Allegory Of Spring La Primavera - Sandro Botticelli (Alessandro Filipepi)
The Reign of Antichrist, from the Liber Chronicarum, published in 1493, illustration from, Science and Literature in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, written and engraved by Paul Lacroix, 1878 - Michael Wolgemut
The Reign of Antichrist, from the Liber Chronicarum, published in 1493, illustration from, Science and Literature in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, written and engraved by Paul Lacroix, 1878 - Michael Wolgemut
Dance of Death 1493 - Michael Wolgemut
Dance of Death 1493 - Michael Wolgemut
Archangel St Michael 1480 - Bartolomeo Della Gatta
Archangel St Michael 1480 - Bartolomeo Della Gatta
Portrait of a Man c. 1500 - Ambrogio de Predis
Portrait of a Man c. 1500 - Ambrogio de Predis
Dragon Fighting a Lion - Andrea Zoan
Dragon Fighting a Lion - Andrea Zoan
Madonna of the Meadow (Madonna del prato) 1505 - Giovanni Bellini
Madonna of the Meadow (Madonna del prato) 1505 - Giovanni Bellini
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Museum of the day: Gemäldegalerie, Dresden, Germany

The Drunken Hercules c. 1611 - Peter Paul Rubens
The Drunken Hercules c. 1611 - Peter Paul Rubens
Bacchus with Nymphs and Cupid c. 1660 - Caesar Van Everdingen
Bacchus with Nymphs and Cupid c. 1660 - Caesar Van Everdingen
Cavalry Battle in front of a Burning Mill 1660s - Philips Wouwerman
Cavalry Battle in front of a Burning Mill 1660s - Philips Wouwerman
The Birth of Jesus c. 1530 - Master M Z
The Birth of Jesus c. 1530 - Master M Z
Maurice, Comte de Saxe, Marshal of France 1748 - Maurice Quentin de La Tour
Maurice, Comte de Saxe, Marshal of France 1748 - Maurice Quentin de La Tour
Women Playing Music - Jacopo Tintoretto (Robusti)
Women Playing Music - Jacopo Tintoretto (Robusti)
Christ Wearing the Crown of Thorns, Supported by Angels 1585-87 - Annibale Carracci
Christ Wearing the Crown of Thorns, Supported by Angels 1585-87 - Annibale Carracci
St Francis with an Angel Playing Violin - Giovanni Francesco Guercino (BARBIERI)
St Francis with an Angel Playing Violin - Giovanni Francesco Guercino (BARBIERI)
Adam and Eve 1531 - Lucas The Elder Cranach
Adam and Eve 1531 - Lucas The Elder Cranach
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US Art related news

Lance Armstrong’s Aspen Home Is a Contemporary Art Lover’s Dream - Architectural Digest
One House, Many Voices: Art Depicting the Best of US - VOA News
What the Mona Lisa Tells Us About Art in the Instagram Era - The New York Times
Quebec artist shocked to find his caricatures starring in Ted Cruz Facebook video - CBC.ca
David Hockney’s $90.3m painting reminds us what great art looks like - The Guardian
US Vogue editor Anna Wintour's surprise gift to Australia - The Sydney Morning Herald
Public Art: Love It? Hate It? Tell Us How You Really Feel - The New York Times
The Art of Decision-Making - The New Yorker
Chicago artist In-Zo awakens our inner child with Kid’n Us art show - Rolling Out
The roots of the US black art renaissance: 'It wouldn't have been OK in any other city' - The Guardian
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