The Drinkers by Vincent Van Gogh presents the silent act of drinking itself – perhaps an allusion to the ultimate isolation of alcoholism.
La famille Soler is a 1903 large scale undertaking by the Spaniard Pablo Picasso during his early 'blue period'.
Spanish artist Pablo Picasso painted The Actor in 1904 at the age of twenty-three at the beginning of his Rose Period.
Here Belgian Artist Théo van Rysselberghe paints a coastal scene in the pointillist style in 1892, just six years after the technique was developed.
People in Neo-Impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh's outdoor paintings are typically anonymous as can be seen in The Old Station at Eindhoven
Lane with Poplars is an 1885 Post-Impressionist painting by Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh.
This 1882 Vincent Van Gogh painting of a woman in a white shawl in a woodland avoids any kind of narrative context.
The Bather (1885) shows Paul Cézanne at his adventurous best. He paints a boy treading carefully with hands-on-hips in a shallow stream.
Paul Cézanne's Post-Impressionist painting Marion And Valabregue Setting Out For Motif is considered in the style of 21st-Century Modern Art
The Bonaventure Pine of by Paul Signac shows Paul Signac at the height of his experimental powers in the realm of divisionism or pointillism
Pablo Picasso, a Spanish artist, made Old Woman (Woman with Gloves) from 1901 an accurate and pain-staking record of a character
Paul Gauguin joined his friend Vincent Van Gogh in Arles in 1888, the likely time when Guagain painted The Night Cafe, Arles.
Vincent Van Gogh painted Peach Blossom in the Crau, South-Eastern France on the Mediterranean Sea during March and April of 1889.
Henri Rousseau, famous for having no formal training is thought to have painted The Customs Post around 1900 or so late in his career.