René Magritte - Melt. René Magritte Paintings by one of my favourite artists René Magritte + adapted or plagiarized works for album covers.
Record Covers. Jean Delville Online. Jean Delville Works Online Categorized & Annotated Paintings in Museums and Public Art Galleries Worldwide:
ILLUSTRATION & PRINTS. A New Film and Book Seek the True Hieronymus Bosch. Matthijs Ilsink, art historian with Hieronymus Bosch’s “Saint Christopher” (1490–1505) at the Rotterdam Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (image courtesy Kino Lorber) Roughly 30 minutes into Pieter van Huystee’s first feature-length film, Hieronymus Bosch: Touched by the Devil, Gabriele Finaldi, former deputy director of conservation and research at the Museo del Prado in Madrid, gives a sterling, succinct answer as to why El Bosco (as the Dutch artist is known in Spain) and his works are a source of continual fascination and study:
Gustave Doré Art Images. Enigma, Gustave Doré Gustave Doré was a world famous 19th century illustrator.
Although he illustrated over 200 books, some with more than 400 plates, he is primarily known for his illustrations to The Divine Comedy, particularly The Inferno, his illustrations to Don Quixote, and Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven. These art images include Doré's illustrations to The Divine Comedy, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Perrault's Fairy Tales, Don Quixote, Paradise Lost, Contes Drolatiques, Fables de La Fontaine, Tennyson's Elaine, and others. Latest additions: Added Leviathan to the Bible images. The Crusades. Is it or is it not Doré? E-cards While you are here, you can send a friend an electronic postcard. Maxfield Parrish Art and Illustrations. Geniuses we love — Oscar Ramos — Muzli -Design Inspiration. El Lissitzky. PhillipsPaints. George Orwell’s Animal Farm Illustrated by Ralph Steadman. By Maria Popova In 1995, more than twenty years after his irreverent illustrations for Alice in Wonderland, the beloved British cartoonist Ralph Steadman put his singular twist on a very different kind of literary beast, one of the most controversial books ever published.
Off With His Head! Today’s entry is short and sweet: another awesome saint with a wicked martyrdom!
Permettez-moi de vous présenter Saint Denis (Allow me to introduce Saint Denis). André d'Ypres? (or Flemish painter working in Paris), The Crucifixion of the Parliament of Paris (detail of Saint Denis), between 1449-1453, oil on panel. Musée du Louvre, Paris Denis lived in the 3rd century and was bishop of Paris. The detail above comes from an altarpiece that once adorned the Grande Chambre du Parlement de Paris, basically the large assembly room in the Parisian parliament. André d'Ypres? The above work is on view at the Louvre (@MuseeLouvre). Boucicaut Master, Saint Denis (fol. 31v), in Book of Hours (Ms. 2), c. 1410-15, tempera colors and gold leaf on parchment. Check out other quirky saintly martyrdom stories here.
ILLUSTRATION & PRINTS. Al Held. Philip Guston. WikiArt.org - the encyclopedia of painting. Aubrey Beardsley. Harry Clarke’s Haunting 1919 Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. By Maria Popova Somewhere between Henry Holiday’s weird paintings for Lewis Carroll and Edward Gorey’s delightfully grim alphabet fall Harry Clarke‘s hauntingly beautiful and beautifully haunting 1919 illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination — a collection of 29 of Poe’s tales of the magical and the macabre.
So lavish was the artwork that a copy of the “deluxe” Clarke-illustrated edition went for 5 guineas in 1919, or about $300 in today’s money. The book, an epic volume of 480 pages, was eventually reprinted by Calla Editions in 2008, and is now available for the much more reasonable $27, or free with a trip to your local public library. Untitled. The complete works - John William Godward - Page 1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Last.
Alfred Sisley - The complete works. Ionel Talpazan: Henry Boxer Gallery - Visionary Artist - UFO Artist. Ionel Talpazan is the subject of a book by the distinguished author Daniel Wojcik, Associate Professor of English and Folklore Studies at the University of Oregon: 'Mysterious Technology: Flying Saucers and the Visionary Art of Ionel Talpazan', projected publication date late 2003.
This book explores the art and life of this important self-taught visionary artist, who has created more than one thousand works of art inspired by his often traumatic and transformative experiences. One childhood incident, where an encounter with a swirling blue energy seems to have been the trigger for his lifelong fascination with UFO's. Ionel considers these works (paintings, drawings and sculpture) to have a scientific as well as artistic value; his ultimate goal is to reveal to the world the mysterious technology and hidden meaning of UFOs.
Ionel Talpazan's work is represented in several museum collections and has been included in a number of exhibitions at the American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore. Andrew Wyeth. Edward Hopper. "Edward Hopper, the best-known American realist of the inter-war period, once said: 'The man's the work.
Something doesn't come out of nothing.' This offers a clue to interpreting the work of an artist who was not only intensely private, but who made solitude and introspection important themes in his painting. "He was born in the small Hudson River town of Nyack, New York State, on 22 July 1882. His family were solidly middle-class: his father owned a dry goods store where the young Hopper sometimes worked after school. By 1899 he had already decided to become an artist, but his parents persuaded him to begin by studying commercial illustration because this seemed to offer a more secure future. Whom did I meet?