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Grandma and Me Fine-Art Print
Grandma and Me
12" x 16"
 
Price: $119.99
Sale: $59.99
Cowgirl in Heaven Fine-Art Print
Cowgirl in Heaven
18" x 13"
 
Price: $136.99
Sale: $68.49
Lily of the Valley Spa Fine-Art Print
Lily of the Valley Spa
10" x 10"
 
Price: $90.99
Sale: $45.49
Washington Crossing the Delaware, c.1851 Fine-Art Print
Washington Crossing the Delaware, c.1851
30" x 17"
 
Price: $207.99
Sale: $103.99
Hunt in the Park in Fountainbleau Fine-Art Print
Hunt in the Park in Fountainbleau
24" x 18"
 
Price: $187.99
Sale: $93.99
Tulips in Aubergine Hatbox Fine-Art Print
Tulips in Aubergine Hatbox
16" x 16"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $162.99
Sale: $81.49
Wine By The Window I Fine-Art Print
Wine By The Window I
29" x 24"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $271.99
Sale: $135.99
Flower Vendor Fine-Art Print
Flower Vendor
11" x 14"
 
Price: $102.99
Sale: $51.49
Lilacs and Chickadees Fine-Art Print
Lilacs and Chickadees
16" x 20"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $173.99
Sale: $86.99
The Bulls and Bears in the Market Fine-Art Print
The Bulls and Bears in the Market
31" x 19"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $246.99
Sale: $123.49
Freesia Spa Fine-Art Print
Freesia Spa
10" x 10"
 
Price: $85.99
Sale: $42.99
Still Life, c.1888 Fine-Art Print
Still Life, c.1888
8" x 10"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $85.99
Sale: $42.99
At The End Of The Porch Fine-Art Print
At The End Of The Porch
24" x 26"
 
Price: $217.99
Sale: $108.99
Playing Checkers Fine-Art Print
Playing Checkers
16" x 12"
 
Price: $120.99
Sale: $60.49
The Virgin with Angels, 1900 Fine-Art Print
The Virgin with Angels, 1900
13" x 21"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $166.99
Sale: $83.49
Hatbox Tulips Fine-Art Print
Hatbox Tulips
12" x 12"
 
Price: $99.99
Sale: $49.99
Olio d'Olivo Fine-Art Print
Olio d'Olivo
20" x 16"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $176.99
Sale: $88.49
Room in New York Fine-Art Print
Room in New York
26" x 18"
 
Price: $175.99
Sale: $87.99
Forever Faithful Fine-Art Print
Forever Faithful
16" x 12"
 
Price: $119.99
Sale: $59.99
Seated Bather, 1899 Fine-Art Print
Seated Bather, 1899
16" x 16"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $154.99
Sale: $77.49
Pussy Willow Still Life Gray Pots Fine-Art Print
Pussy Willow Still Life Gray Pots
20" x 15"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $167.99
Sale: $83.99
White Flower Spa Fine-Art Print
White Flower Spa
10" x 10"
 
Price: $85.99
Sale: $42.99
Nighthawks Fine-Art Print
Nighthawks
24" x 13"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $176.99
Sale: $88.49
Washington Crossing the Delaware by Emanuel Leutze Fine-Art Print
Washington Crossing the Delaware by Emanuel Leutze
 
22" x 12"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $164.99
Sale: $82.49
Chamomile Spa Fine-Art Print
Chamomile Spa
10" x 10"
 
Price: $85.99
Sale: $42.99
Golf Course 4 Fine-Art Print
Golf Course 4
16" x 20"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $164.99
Sale: $82.49
White Geraniums Fine-Art Print
White Geraniums
36" x 26"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $302.99
Sale: $151.49
Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane Heinrich Hoffmann (1824-1911 German) Fine-Art Print
Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane Heinrich Hoffmann (1824-1911 German)
 
15" x 21"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $142.99
Sale: $71.49
Canyon Mustangs Fine-Art Print
Canyon Mustangs
16" x 12"
 
Price: $119.99
Sale: $59.99
Watching The Horizon Fine-Art Print
Watching The Horizon
20" x 16"
 
Price: $151.99
Sale: $75.99
Hummingbirds & Flowers Fine-Art Print
Hummingbirds & Flowers
16" x 18"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $164.99
Sale: $82.49
Western Saloon Fine-Art Print
Western Saloon
24" x 19"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $217.99
Sale: $108.99
Portrait of George Washington Fine-Art Print
Portrait of George Washington
 
16" x 19"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $170.99
Sale: $85.49
His Master's Voice Fine-Art Print
His Master's Voice
20" x 16"
 
Price: $146.99
Sale: $73.49
Woman in her Bath, Sponging her Leg, c.1883 Fine-Art Print
Woman in her Bath, Sponging her Leg, c.1883
22" x 10"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $148.99
Sale: $74.49
Jazz City 3 Fine-Art Print
Jazz City 3
11" x 19"
 
Price: $127.99
Sale: $63.99
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When most people think of art, they think of Realism. This art style was developed during the 19th century and was an important turning point in art history. Rather than depicting humans as mythological beings or adding supernatural or exotic themes to their work, Realists focused on the realistic depiction of everyday life with common people. The Realists concern with drawing things as accurately as possible from observation was a revolutionary idea at the time, particularly the idea of unembellished human bodies which were almost unheard of during the times of Romanticism.
Although several of these artists took from the techniques of past artists, these realism framed paintings were one of the first truly representational styles that were treated as a style of its own, without the stylization and 'high art' mentality of the time period. Artists like Manet and Courbet spearheaded this revolutionary artistic style with their highly different works.

Gustave Courbet was the first self-styled Realist, whose work didn't have the ornate decisiveness of traditional 'realistic detail' but focused on the accurate depictions in his work to speak for him. His most famous painting, 'The Burial at Ornans' was highly unique in that models weren't used to 'act out' the event. Instead, he drew from his observation of the actual event and depicted the actual people who were gathered to mourn the deceased.

Edouard Manet was an equally important artist when it came to the Realism movement, and also the Impressionist movement that came after. His first Realism work was 'The Luncheon on the Grass', which had a sketchy quality that distinguished his work from Courbet's. However, what made his representational style so popular was his focus on classical composition and using blocks of color in order to develop his paintings. As he grew in skill, he developed 'The Railway' and 'A Bar at the Folies-Bergere' which were deemed Realist masterpieces of the time.

Modern artists have since developed this style to represent nearly every subject imaginable and to embody themes from religious inspiration to historical events.

Social Realism

Social Realism was an American art movement in the United States which became particularly important during the Great Depression in the late 1920's and early 1930's and lasted until the 1960's. Defining what exactly Social Realism is can be difficult however, because of its close relations to the Regionalism and American Scene Painting which were developed around the same time.

Social Realism is vaguely related to the Realism movement that began with Gustave Courbet, because of the realistic depiction of working class and urban poor who was popular in this category. However, unlike the Realists of Europe, most Social Realists had a message of political or social unrest or criticism. Also, many artists like Chris Consani, chose to address the socioeconomic status of the wealthy as decadent and unaware of the trials facing the poor citizens during that time.

Framed Social Realism Art is also closely related to Regionalism due to the emergence of Ashcan School painters, who chose to depict the grittiness of city life. However, the difference between Social Realism and Regionalism lies in the fact that Regionalism was more concerned with the rural community while Social Realism was concerned with the urban areas of America. The Ashcan painters included such famous artists as Robert Henri, George Bellows, and John Slone.

One of the most important things about the Social Realism movement is that it brought artists attention back to American styles of painting. Before the Great Depression, artists typically went overseas to England and France in order to study painting. However, Social Realism and Regionalism changed that, and brought the focus on staying in America and painting purely American subjects with American techniques.

Modern depictions of this art category still contain social or political messages; however, these paintings are typically depictions of common, daily moments in the life of middle to low class citizens, rather than a criticism of the established order. These works include paintings such as Norman Rockwell's 'Tattooist' and works by artists such as Steven Johnson, whose work embraces the stylized depiction of jazz lifestyles.
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