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MARTIN, John (1789-1854), The Last Judgement, detail, 1853, Oil on canvas, 196.8 x 325.8 cm

All Life Converges to Some Center

blackpaint20:   Peter Paul Rubens, The Day of... - for the artistic soul

The Last Judgement (detail) by Peter Paul Rubens Peter Paul Rubens - Boreas abducting Oreithyia c. Peter Paul Rubens - perseo and andromeda. Peter Paul Rubens - Sacrfice of Dido, The.

MARTIN, John (1789-1854)  Belshazzar’s Feast (Daniel 5:1-31), detail 1820 Oil on canvas, 902 x 1,302 mm	 Yale Center for British Art

nigra-lux: “MARTIN, John Belshazzar’s Feast (Daniel detail 1820 Oil on canvas, 902 x mm Yale Center for British Art Ed.

John Martin Paintings

Category:Paintings by John Martin

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Moonrise over the Sea, Caspar David Friedrich (Pharyah)

Painting of the Day!  Andreas Achenbach (1815-1910) "Norwegian Coast by Moonlight", Oil on canvas, 1848. - To see more works by this artist please visit us at: http://www.artrenewal.org/pages/artist.php?artistid=1798

Andreas Achenbach Norwegian Coast by Moonlight Oil on canvas, 1848 10 x 14 inches x cm) Crocker Art Museum

Macbeth by John Martin 1820 Oil on Canvas (Scottish National Gallery)

Witches: John Martin, Macbeth, from circa 1820

Tobit & Anna with the goat, 1645

Tobit's Wife with a Goat - Rembrandt Van Rijn - Rembrandt paintings, plastic arts, visual arts, art, baroque

John Martin, Sadak in Search of the Waters of Oblivion, 1812.

John Martin - Sadak in Search of the Waters of Oblivion, 1812

Domitor Invictus : Foto

Sadak in Search of the Waters of Oblivion, John Martin, 1812

americaneldritch: “ Gustave Dore, 1866, from John Milton’s Paradise Lost. ”

americaneldritch: “Gustave Dore, from John Milton’s Paradise Lost.

Sacred Conversation by Francesco Solimena

John Martin (1789–1854), "Pandemonium" (1841) Paris, Musée du Louvre

John Martin (1789–1854), "Pandemonium" (1841) Paris, Musée du Louvre

John Martin, "The Last Man", 1849.  The great painter of the apocalyptic sublime, John Martin, produced earlier versions on the theme of "the last man"--including a study in 1826 (now lost) and a watercolor in c. 1832. But this oil painting (now in the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool) dates from 1849 (see Feaver). The old man stands before what appears to be a vacant seaside town, the dark sun fades in front of him, and the funereal body of a woman lies behind him.

John Martin, The Last Man great painter of the apocalyptic sublime, John Martin, produced earlier versions on the theme of "the last man"--including a study in 1826 (now lost) and a watercolor in c.

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