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Classicism

Classicism refers to a general high regard of the classical antiquity period in western history. Artworks of this style are inspired by motifs and themes based on culture and literature of ancient Greece and Rome.

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    Karlis Huns. “A Young Gypsy Woman with a Tambourine” 1870. Original Size 49.2″×35.4″ (125×90 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Karlis Jekabs Vilhelms Huns (13 November 1831 – 28 January 1877) was a Baltic-German...
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    Janis Rozentāls. “After Church” 1894. Original Size 6.8″×4″ (17.3×10.3 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Janis Rozentāls (March 18, 1866 – December 26, 1916) was a famous Latvian painter. He revealed the beauty of...
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    Julijs Feders. “Chalk Hills” 1881. Original Size 1.4″×2.2″ (3.6×5.6 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Jūlijs Feders (June 19, 1838 – January 19, 1909) was a German-Latvian landscape artist and art teacher.
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    Julijs Feders. “Graveyard” 1880. Original Size 2.2″×1.7″ (5.6×4.5 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Jūlijs Feders (June 19, 1838 – January 19, 1909) was a German-Latvian landscape artist and art teacher.
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    Arturs Baumanis. “Horse of Destiny” 1887. Original Size 4″×5.6″ (10.2×14.3 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Artūrs Baumanis (1867—1904) was a Latvian painter, graphic artist, known for his historical paintings.
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    Karlis Huns. “Old Man’s Head” 1872. Original Size 21.8″×19.4″ (55.5×49.5 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Karlis Jekabs Vilhelms Huns (13 November 1831 – 28 January 1877) was a Baltic-German history, genre and...
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    Karlis Huns. “On the Eve of St. Bartholomew's Night” 1868. Original Size 2.3″×1.8″ (5.9×4.6 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Karlis Jekabs Vilhelms Huns (13 November 1831 – 28 January 1877) was a Baltic-German...
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    Johann Eggink. “Prince Vladimir chooses a religion in 988” “A religious dispute in the Ruthenian court” 1822. Original Size 2.1″×2.9″ (5.5×7.4 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Johann Lebrecht Eggink (1784 – 1867 )...
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    Alexander Heubel. “Self Portrait” 1846. Original Size 3.6″×2.6″ (9.3×6.7 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Alexander Heubel (9 April 1813 – 22 January 1847) was a Latvian romantic painter. His works were...
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    Karl Gotthard Grass. “The Caracci Waterfall Near Aderno at the Foot of Mt. Etna” 1808. Original Size 3.4″×4.7″ (8.8×12 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Karl Gotthard Grass (1767–1814) - a German-Latvian painter.
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    Jūlijs Feders. “The Gauja Valley” 1891. Original Size 4″×6.8″ (10.1×17.3 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Jūlijs Feders (June 19, 1838 – January 19, 1909) was a German-Latvian landscape artist and art teacher.
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    Janis Rozentāls. “The Princess and the Monkey” 1913. Original Size 5.8″×2.8″ (14.7×7.1 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Janis Rozentāls (March 18, 1866 – December 26, 1916) was a famous Latvian painter. He...
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