Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci
Portrait of Dr. Gachet by Van Gogh
Bal du moulin de la Galette by Renoir
Portrait of Joseph Roulin by Van Gogh
Massacre of the Innocents by Peter Rubens
A Wheatfield with Cypresses by Van Gogh
Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers by Van Gogh
Diana and Actaeon by Titian
The Gross Clinic by Thomas Eakins
Starry Night by Van Gogh

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Eakins

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Nympheas Effet Du Soir by Monet
Two Sisters by Renoir
The Olive Trees by Van Gogh
The Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch
Lilac Bushes by Van Gogh
Pond at Montgeron by Monet
Lavacourt: Sunshine and Snow by Monet
Narcissus by Caravaggio
Corner of the Garden at Montgeron by Monet

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»Classics for the Classroom Posters:

 

The Massacre of the Innocents is the title of either of two paintings by Peter Paul Rubens depicting an episode of the biblical Massacre of the Innocents as related in the Gospel of Matthew.The first version (the version seen here) painted by Rubens dates from around 1611–12. In the seventeenth-century , the painting was part of the Liechtenstein Collection in Vienna, Austria, along with another Rubens' masterpiece, Samson and Delilah. After having been miscatalogued by Vincenzio Fanti in 1767, it was attributed to one of Rubens' assistants, Jan van den Hoecke, after Rubens. There, however, it remained until it was sold to an Austrian family in 1920. It was subsequently loaned in 1923 to Stift Reichersberg, a monastery in northern Austria.

In 2001, the painting was seen by George Gordon, an expert in Flemish and Dutch paintings at Sotheby's in London. He was persuaded that it was indeed a Rubens by its similar characteristics and style to the Samson and Delilah picture, painted at around the same time

 


Massacre of the Innocents by Peter Rubens

 

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Giclee poster print is printed at 60x49 cm with a green border as seen above.

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This large piece is reduced by 50% and only displays at 72dpi on the internet. All our prints are printed at 300dpi.