7 Notable Paintings in Switzerland
Interior of St. Bavo in Haarlem (1636): The Thirty Years’ War (1618–48) signaled the decline of the Holy Roman Empire.
The Boy in the Red Waistcoat (1888/90): The Boy in the Red Waistcoat could only be by Paul Cézanne.
Titania Awakes, Surrounded by Attendant Fairies (1793–94): One of the leading figures of the Romantic movement, Henry Fuseli created pictures.
War (1964–66): Marc Chagall was born in Belarus, the eldest of nine children in a close-knit Jewish family.
Garden Restaurant (1912): Although he wrote an essay titled “Masks” for the Blue Rider Almanac, August Macke was a non-theorist.
Three Women and One Little Girl Playing in the Water (1907): Born in Lausanne, Félix Edouard Vallotton left Switzerland when he was 17 to become a painter in Paris.
Ta Matete (The Market) (1892): By the time Paul Gauguin reached his “paradise” in 1891, French colonialists.