From WikiGallery

Jump to: navigation, search
Share:        Link to this page
Jump to: navigation, search

Baron Munchausen climbs up to the moon by way of a Turkey bean plant

by Alphonse Adolphe Bichard

Baron Munchausen climbs up to the moon by way of a Turkey bean plant - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard
Order as handmade oil painting

Baron Munchausen climbs up to the moon by way of a Turkey bean plant - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard

[locked]

Information

Description
English: "Baron Munchausen climbs up to the moon by way of a Turkey bean plant" oil on Canvas.
Source

http://www.wikigallery.org/

Author

Alphonse Adolphe Bichard

Download

Click here to download image

Permission

Free for non commercial use. See below. Click here to report copyright issues.

Like it

[locked]

Licensing

Public domain This image (or other media file) is in the public domain because its copyright has expired. However - you may not use this image for commercial purposes and you may not alter the image or remove the WikiGallery watermark.

This applies to the United States, Canada, the European Union and those countries with a copyright term of life of the author plus 70 years.


Note that a few countries have copyright terms longer than 70 years: Mexico has 100 years, Colombia has 80 years, and Guatemala and Samoa have 75 years. This image may not be in the public domain in these countries, which moreover do not implement the rule of the shorter term. Côte d'Ivoire has a general copyright term of 99 years and Honduras has 75 years, but they do implement that rule of the shorter term.


[locked]

Rate this Painting

NOT RATED YET
Click on the stars
to rate this painting


[locked]

Next Paintings

Baron Munchausen finds a wonderful marksman in California - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard
Baron Munchausen finds a wonderful marksman in California - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard
Baron Munchausen's remarkable leap - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard
Baron Munchausen's remarkable leap - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard
Lifted from earth by ducks - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard
Lifted from earth by ducks - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard
The Baron prooves himself a good shot, from 'The Adventures of Baron Munchausen' - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard
The Baron prooves himself a good shot, from 'The Adventures of Baron Munchausen' - Alphonse Adolphe Bichard
[locked]

Related Paintings

A forest floor still life with a blue tit - Melchior D'Hondecoeter
A forest floor still life with a blue tit - Melchior D'Hondecoeter
Blackberries and Holly with a Butterfly - Albert Durer Lucas
Blackberries and Holly with a Butterfly - Albert Durer Lucas
The Turnip Field - Edward Stott
The Turnip Field - Edward Stott
Study at Pontoise - Camille Pissarro
Study at Pontoise - Camille Pissarro
Hyprophyllum aquifolii - (after) Fossier
Hyprophyllum aquifolii - (after) Fossier
A forest floor still life with a Small Tortoiseshell (aglais urticae), a male Large White (pieris brassicae), a Painted Lady (vanessa cardui) - Otto Marseus Van Schrieck
A forest floor still life with a Small Tortoiseshell (aglais urticae), a male Large White (pieris brassicae), a Painted Lady (vanessa cardui) - Otto Marseus Van Schrieck
Rhododendrons - Hercules Brabazon Brabazon
Rhododendrons - Hercules Brabazon Brabazon
Goldfinch Carduelis Elegans - (after) Gould, John & Richter, H.C.
Goldfinch Carduelis Elegans - (after) Gould, John & Richter, H.C.
Under The Sea - Gerrit Willem Dijsselhof
Under The Sea - Gerrit Willem Dijsselhof
[locked]

Art related news

Their Voice: Creating art through accomodation - Daily Herald
Naples art takes on new stardom at downtown center - Naples Daily News
art - Google News
Artist Gives PS1 Jewel Case Art A Modern Makeover - Kotaku
Mercedes uses art deco inspiration for electric car concept - Engadget
Create! Art Festival puts little artists in charge - Amarillo.com
Kara Walker, 'Tired of Standing Up,' Promises Art, Not Answers - The ... - New York Times
In Serbian Refugee Center, a 'Little Picasso' Dreams of Art and Asylum - New York Times
'No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man' at Renwick Gallery - BLOUIN ARTINFO
Fall Art Preview - The New Yorker
Personal tools