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Best Painters in History

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A listing of the most brilliant painters in history.

Rated 1 point - posted 9 years ago by kris in category People.
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Albrecht Dürer Report Abuse
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Rembrandt Report Abuse
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from a technical point of view, Rembrandt was pretty average, he was good at textures, like fur, jewels, and skin, but struggled with human anatomy more than most of the baroques. However, from a gestural and expressive point of view alone, Rembrandt is one of the all-time greats.
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Leonardo is known more for his mind. Rembrandt for his heart. I will go with Rembrandt every time. Saw a beautiful show recently. Painting of his son Titus was just superb. Wide range of talent, Perhaps the best draftsman of all time.
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Leonardo Da Vinci Report Abuse
One of the most well-known painters in the world and with good reason, his art has influenced nearly every artist since.
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Hans Holbein Report Abuse
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Lucas Cranach the Elder Report Abuse
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Diego Velázquez Report Abuse
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In recent times, perhaps my favorite artist. So many things to admire. Agree with Manet that Valladolid is one of the best paintings ever.
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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes Report Abuse
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Raphael Report Abuse
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When you are within the top 7, very difficult to rank meaningfully.
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Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni Report Abuse
Perhaps better known as a sculptor than a painter, his dedication to his work ranks him higher than painters with perhaps slightly more skill.
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Michelangelo brought the idea of a 3 dimensional form coming out at you in a 2 dimensional space to painting. Should be higher.
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One must remember that most of his paintings are fresco, thus unfair to compare to oil painters. His draftsmanship, inventiveness, and depth are unassailable, should never be underrated.
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Sandro Botticelli Report Abuse
Created some of the greatest classical scenes of the whole Renaissance. 'Birth of Venus', 'Primavera', enough said.
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El Greco Report Abuse
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One of the most inspiring artists of all time. Just amazing that this genius could have existed -- and did.
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Titian Report Abuse
Possibly the greatest Venetian School painter, rivaled only by his early collaborator, Giorgione.
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Otto Dix Report Abuse
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Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio Report Abuse
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Invented the look of baroque painting after him. Rembrandt and Velazquez are just a couple of major artists who owe a lot to him.
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Giorgione Report Abuse
His style became the signature look of the Venetian School. Works like "Sleeping Venus" and "The Tempest" were highly original for their time.
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Max Ernst Report Abuse
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Johan Vermeer Report Abuse
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Painting for painting (what is his oeuvre? 37 works?), one of the most important artists of all time. What a mystery!
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Vincent Van Gogh Report Abuse
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Read 1600 pg 3 volume set of his letters. A truly great artist. Even his lesser works proclaim his spirit.
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Jacques-Louis David Report Abuse
His masterpiece, "Oath of the Horatii" marked the absolute height of Neoclassicism.
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Jan van Eyck Report Abuse
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Salvador Dalí Report Abuse
Are you serious?
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Whether you like the persona or not, it doesn't matter. People are forgetting that this list is greatest painters of all time, not greatest artists. Dali was a great painter. Early on, he created some of the most expressively complex work out there at the time. He had some of the greatest motifs and compositions of all-time. Later in his career, after the originality and initial shock of his work wore out, he re-defined his technique to be the absolute picture of technical draftsmanship.
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Dali was fun, but more a personality, more a hack. Even he admits he is not a great painter.
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Eugene Delacroix Report Abuse
Another French painter with a profound impact on the impressionist movement.
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Claude Monet Report Abuse
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Must agree he is underrated. Never underestimate the genius of Monet.
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Underrated!
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Edvard Munch Report Abuse
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He had technical skill, but consciously chose to adopt a style that solely conveyed emotion. He was the first true expressionist painter.
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Philip Guston Report Abuse
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I knew Guston. I like the man very much. But I cannot in honesty put him in this company.
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Giotto di Bondone Report Abuse
A brilliant Italian painter who was one of many artists contributed to the rise of the Italian Renaissance.
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Edgas Degas Report Abuse
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Mindblowing draftsman. Try to copy one of his nicer drawings. Then you can appreciate it.
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Marc Chagall Report Abuse
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I own a Chagall, yet willing to say he is clearly overrated here. Do not consider him a seminal artist, and find little joy in looking at his works.
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Duccio di Buoninsegna Report Abuse
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Pablo Picasso Report Abuse
Needs no reasoning.
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Always inspiring. Study any work in detail -- and be amazed. THE modern genius.
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Vassily Kandinsky Report Abuse
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I understand he can be called original, but does anyone really want to look at a Kandinsky?
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Eduard Manet Report Abuse
An influential French painter who was important in the transition from realism to impressionism.
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Manet is one of my favorite artists. Just had to vote him above this "Repin".
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Gustav Klimt Report Abuse
Was the most prominent member of the Vienna Secession movement, but his work transcended that era and greatly impacted art nouveau, symbolism and expressionism.
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Ilya Repin Report Abuse
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Think highly of the Russian writers. But the painters?? Repin would never cross my mind.
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Willem DeKooning Report Abuse
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Certainly believe Willem should be above Delacroix here. I believe deK was a better draftsman.
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Massacio Report Abuse
The first painter to adopt linear perspective and one of the first to use chiaroscuro. Massacio established the foundations for Italian Renaissance painting.
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William Turner Report Abuse
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Never did much for me.
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Nicholas Poussin Report Abuse
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Had to vote up Poussin. Come on now.
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Giorgio Morandi Report Abuse
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Yes, yes we all like Morandi. But does he really rank high on this list? No, not really. He is a sensitve, albeit minor artist.
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Mark Rothko Report Abuse
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I have to say overrated. There were tons of color field painters in the 50s and 60s. Even though Rothko had a scope and scale to his work that made him stand out from the crowd, if you include him, you should also rank Bridgette Riley, Alex Katz, and Robin Denny near him.
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Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin Report Abuse
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Your heart breaks to see a Chardin. Great great artist.
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James Ensor Report Abuse
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Henri Matisse Report Abuse
Perhaps the greatest strength of Matisse's painting is the power in its simple design. His masterpiece "The Joy of Life" kicked off 20th century modernism.
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Kasimir Malevich Report Abuse
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John Singer Sargent Report Abuse
One of the all-time greats in portrait painting.
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Paul Cézanne Report Abuse
His development was slow because he was one of the only impressionists to be mostly self-taught, but when he finally matured, he pioneered the flat-depth technique and invented multiple viewpoint perspective. In doing so, he paved the way for Cubism, Fauvism, and Abstract art.
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Alfred Sisley Report Abuse
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Henri Fantin-Latour Report Abuse
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Georges Seurat Report Abuse
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Henry Ossawa Tanner Report Abuse
He was both the first great African American artist and the last great painter in the old master tradition.
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Josef Albers Report Abuse
He was such an original colorist that he even published his own color theory in his book "The Interaction of Color." His finings on color are still being taught in art schools today. He also taught De Kooning and Rauschenberg.
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Joan Miró Report Abuse
Influenced the Abstract Expressionists more than any other surrealist, and possibly more than any other painter.
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John Constable Report Abuse
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His oil sketches were a forerunner of impressionism. Highly innovative.
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Francis Bacon Report Abuse
Obviously heavily inspired by Picasso, but much darker. Original and very interesting, however his late paintings got a bit too polished.
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Fragonard Report Abuse
He was the quintessential Rococo painter. A master of both color and draftsmanship.
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Ellsworth Kelly Report Abuse
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Hahahaha. Pardon me. It's just funny to put Kelly on any list of good painters.
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James Whistler Report Abuse
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Théodore Géricault Report Abuse
Painted "Raft of the Medusa", the first great masterpiece of French Romanticism. If he hadn't died so young, he would have been just as prolific as Delacroix.
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Ford Madox Brown Report Abuse
Influenced the Pre-Raphaelites.
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Thomas Hart Benton Report Abuse
Although an American Regionalist, Benton's style derived from influences as diverse as folk art, Mexican mural painting, and post-impressionism.
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Edward Hopper Report Abuse
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Juan Gris Report Abuse
Salvador Dali called him "The first true cubist." Gertrude Stein called him "the only artist that Picasso wished would go away."
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Georges Braque Report Abuse
Co-founded cubism.
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Jean Dubuffet Report Abuse
His primitive style, non painterly approach, and cramped compositions make him a particularly challenging painter, but when you grow into his work, you see some of the most vibrant imagery of the whole 20th century.
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Raja ravi Varma Report Abuse
Varma is a painter of almost unrivalled greatness in the intellectual depth and emotional beauty of his great masterpieces, which manifests a rare and perhaps unique individualism.
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It appears that someone added many modern Indian artists here, that clearly do not belong on this list. I took to trouble to view their work, and... really...
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Brababendra Tagore Report Abuse
greatest painter of all time
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Jamini Roy Report Abuse
Jamini Roy is an enduringly admired and highly valued artist who created profoundly original and deeply cherished masterpieces of art.
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Nandalal Bose. Report Abuse
One of the most unconventional masters of painting, Nandalal Bose was a painter who created imaginative and overwhelmingly great masterpieces of art.
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Rabindrahatlikumandra Tagore Report Abuse
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Trulilindrandra Tagore Report Abuse
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Trapendrindra Tagore Report Abuse
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Drooboombra Tagore Report Abuse
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Abanindranath Tagore. Report Abuse
One of the greatest painters of the world, Abanindranath Tagore is widely admired for his profoundly beautiful masterpieces.
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Rabindranath Tagore. Report Abuse
Rabindranath Tagore is one of the most original and innovative painters of the 20th century. One of the most unique and beloved painters to have ever lived, Tagore painted over 2000 paintings that are amongst the most cherished works of art ever created. Books of his paintings are available.
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Gaganendranath Tagore. Report Abuse
Gaganendranath Tagore was a great and highly renowned painter. Perhaps the greatest Asian painter, Gaganendranath excelled at painting and writing literature.
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