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Diego Velazquez

"The Triumph of Bacchus" after Diego Velázquez, Signed M. De Saivin 1897
By Diego Velã¡zquez
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The Triumph of Bacchus" late 19th century oil painting on canvas after Diego Velázquez. Signed and dated: M. De Saivin, 1897 Dimensions: Canvas: 35.5" x 48" (90 cm x 122 cm) Fr...
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Antique 1890s Spanish Paintings

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Canvas, Wood

Oil on Canvas, after Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez, Early 20th Century
Located in Atlanta, GA
Painted after the original work titled, The Dwarf Francisco Lezcano, Called "El Nino de Vallecas", 1643-1645, in an early 20th century giltwood frame, previously purchased from Doyle...
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20th Century Paintings

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19th Century Painting of Spanish Infanta after Diego Velázquez
By Diego Velã¡zquez
Located in WEST PALM BEACH, FL
This excellent oil painting of a Spanish Infanta is highly decorative and imposing, circa 19th century. Apres Diego Velázquez.
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Antique Late 19th Century Spanish Spanish Colonial Paintings

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Canvas

19th Century after Spanish Painter Velazquez Christ Oil on Canvas and Wood Frame
By Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez 1
Located in Valladolid, ES
Amazing oil on canvas after Diego Velazquez (Sevilla 1599-Madrid 1660), one of the most renowned Spanish Baroque artist . This extraordinary work of art is from 19th century and unk...
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Antique 1890s Spanish Baroque Paintings

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Canvas, Wood

18th Century Oil Painting of Queen Isabella of Monumental Size
By Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez 1
Located in Savannah, GA
Monumental, life-size portrait of Isabella, wife of Philip the IV. Unsigned oil painting in the Baroque style of Velazquez who originally painted similar portraits of Isabella in the...
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Antique 18th Century Unknown Baroque Paintings

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Giltwood, Canvas

Certified Copy of 'Infanta Maria Teresa', Oil on Canvas
By Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez 1
Located in New York, NY
A certified oil copy of the of the upper part of the full-length famous portrait of the Infanta Maria Theresa of Spain, originally by 17th century artist Diego Velázquez (1599-1660)...
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Vintage 1960s French Baroque Paintings

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Canvas, Wood

Finding the Right Paintings for You

When paired with the perfect frame, the right wall decorations can either subtly showcase your personality or steal the show altogether. 

The earliest paintings were created on the walls of caves, proving even our ancient ancestors knew that striking artwork is meant to be on display. Cave paintings on an Indonesian island are reportedly older than the earliest cave art in Spain and France, and the figurative paintings back then were produced with inorganic pigments like iron oxide. Later, the people of Ancient Greece — who learned about art from the Egyptians before them — conceived panel paintings of wax and tempera that were collected and publicly displayed. In the centuries that followed, artists would be commissioned to create large-scale wall murals and frescoed ceilings in sprawling European palaces and in the homes of the aristocracy.

Today, 1stDibs makes it easy for you to celebrate this rich history in your own home. Our collection of paintings includes Art Deco paintings, baroque art and a broad range of other categories. Search by material, period or other attributes to find the right fit — browse an array of 19th century landscape paintings in giltwood frames or abstract oil paintings and portraits made during the 1950s and ‘60s.

An understated contemporary work can complement your space’s color palette without drawing the focus away from the other pivotal design choices you’ve made over the years. Roy Lichtenstein’s Pop art, on the other hand, demands attention with its array of vibrant hues and subjects inspired by popular culture. 

Whether you aim to create a gallery in your home or build a single, stunning focal point, you can find what you’re looking for in an extensive inventory of paintings on 1stDibs. 

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