1889 in art
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- February 2 – Sixth annual exhibition of Les XX opens in Brussels, including the first important display of Paul Gauguin's work.
- May 6 – October 31 – Exposition Universelle in Paris, with the Eiffel Tower as its entrance arch.
- May 8 – Van Gogh moves from Arles to the Saint-Paul asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence.
- June – The Volpini Exhibition: Exposition de peintures du Groupe impressioniste et synthétiste, faite dans le local de M. Volpini au Champ-de-Mars organised by Paul Gauguin and Émile Schuffenecker at the Café des Arts in Paris; other exhibitors include Émile Bernard and Charles Laval.
- July 15 – The Scottish National Portrait Gallery opens in Edinburgh in premises designed by Rowand Anderson, the first in the world to be purpose-built as a portrait gallery.
- July 23 – Marie Triepcke marries fellow-artist Peder Severin Krøyer in Augsburg.
- August 17 – The 9 by 5 Impression Exhibition opens in Melbourne, Australia.
- Edvard Munch stages his first one-man exhibition and wins a state scholarship to study in Paris.
- Alfred Sisley settles at Moret-sur-Loing.
- The Skulpturensammlung moves into the Albertinum in Dresden.
- The Imperial Museum of Nara is established in Japan.
- Pierre Bonnard – Self-portrait (approx. date)
- William-Adolphe Bouguereau – The Shepherdess
- Henry Jamyn Brooks – Private View of the Old Masters Exhibition, Royal Academy, 1888
- Milly Childers – Self-portrait
- Thomas Eakins – The Agnew Clinic
- Henry de Groux – Christ aux Outrages
- Stanhope Forbes – The Health of the Bride
- Henry Justice Ford – Illustrations to Andrew Lang's The Blue Fairy Book
- Louis Édouard Fournier – The Funeral of Shelley
- Paul Gauguin
- J. W. Godward
- Grecian Reverie
- His Birthday Gift
- Waiting For An Answer
- Félix Resurrección Hidalgo – La Parisienne
- Juan Luna – Hymen o Hymenee
- Frederick McCubbin – Down on His Luck
- Claude Monet – Valley of the Creuse series
- Edvard Munch
- Music on Karl Johan Street
- Eilif Peterssen – Salmon Fishermen at Nesøya
- Ilya Repin – Portrait of Baroness Varvara Ivanovna Ikskul von Hildenbandt
- Auguste Rodin – The Burghers of Calais (sculpture)
- John Singer Sargent – Ellen Terry as Lady Macbeth
- Vincent van Gogh
- Hospital in Arles series
- Self-portrait and Self-portrait with Bandaged Ear, Easel and Japanese Print (January)
- Bedroom in Arles (second and third versions, September)
- View of Arles, Flowering Orchards and View of Arles with Trees in Blossom (Spring)
- Butterflies series (Spring)
- A Road at Saint-Remy with Female Figure
- The Starry Night (Saint-Rémy, June)
- Saint-Paul Asylum, Saint-Rémy series
- Wheat Field, Sunrise (Saint-Rémy)
- Wheat Field with Cypresses (three paintings, Saint-Rémy, July–September)
- Fritz von Uhde – Heathland princess
- Édouard Vuillard – Self-portrait
- January 21 – Hermann Glöckner, German Constructivist painter and sculptor (died 1987)
- April 15 – Thomas Hart Benton, American painter and muralist (died 1975)
- May 11 – Paul Nash, English painter (died 1946)
- June – James Sleator, Irish painter (died 1950)
- July 31 – Júlíana Sveinsdóttir, Icelandic painter and textile artist (died 1966)
- August 13 – Christopher R. W. Nevinson, war artist (died 1946)
- September 28 – Seán Keating, Irish romantic-realist painter (died 1977)
- October 10 – Han van Meegeren, Dutch painter and art forger (died 1947)
- October 17 – Karl Völker, painter and architect (died 1962)
- October 29 – Edward Wadsworth, painter (died 1949)
- November 1 – Hannah Höch, German Dada photomontage artist (died 1978)
- January 23 – Alexandre Cabanel, painter (born 1823)
- February 5 – James Smetham, pre-Raphaelite painter (born 1821)
- February 24 – Philip Henry Delamotte, photographer and illustrator (born 1821)
- May 23 – John O'Connor, painter (born 1830)
- October 6 – Jules Dupré, painter (born 1811)
- December 27 – Eduard Bendemann, painter (born 1811)
- date unknown – Jules Tavernier, French painter (born 1844)
- "The Scottish National Portrait Gallery". The Times (32752) (London). 1889-07-16. p. 5.
- "The History of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery". History & Architecture. National Galleries of Scotland. Archived from the original on May 31, 2012.
- Institutional overview (in Japanese), IAI National Museum, 2005, p. 15, archived from the original on August 16, 2009
- Shown at Galerie Georges Petit.Tucker, Paul Hayes (1989). Monet in the '90s: The Series Paintings. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts; Yale University Press. p. 41.