Henri Matisse (1869–1954) | Thematic Essay The remarkable career of Henri Matisse, one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, whose stylistic innovations (along with those of Pablo Picasso) fundamentally altered the course of modern art and affected the art of several generations of younger painters, spanned almost six and a half decades. His vast oeuvre encompassed painting, drawing, sculpture, graphic arts (as diverse as etchings, linocuts, lithographs, and aquatints), paper cutouts, and book illustration. His varied subjects comprised landscape, still life, portraiture, domestic and studio interiors, and particularly focused on the female figure.
Paul Klee (1879-1940) "Movement" by Nohra Corredor ©"FOOTPRINT"-Nohra Corredor In his own words: "Ways of Studying Nature" by Paul Klee "For the artist, dialogue with nature remains a conditio sine qua non. The artist is a man, himself nature and part of nature in natural space. But the ways that this man pursues both in his production and in the related study of nature may vary, both in number and in kind, according to his view of his own position in the natural space. The ways often seem very new, though fundamentally they may not be new at all.
The History of Dragons in Art -By William O'Connor The most iconic image in all of fantasy art is the dragon. Powerful, ancient and beautiful it has for millennia captivated the minds of artists, writers and story tellers.
RICHARD SOLOMON ARTISTS REPRESENTATIVE: RSAR Presents: Heroes and Villians
Once Upon a Time In Monsterland - Emily Tetri Sketchblog Visited Wisconsin recently And a question: Does anyone know about calibrating monitors for Cintiq 24HD or know about Photoshop color profiles? This is what my colors looked like while painting: And then they come out crazy saturated on my other monitor or when I save them out. But I can screenshot it and have it look like what I was painting, so that's what makes me think it's some kind of color profile thing.
Life as a tea party Where? Good question. We moved. It was a long a hard move, and after 6 years of staying in one place it was not easy to pack up and go.
My post today is the second half of my entry from two weeks ago. If you didn't read that post, or would like to refer back to it, here is the link - Process to the People: Part 1. My goal in the first half was the show how the predominant artistic tradition over the last several centuries and through the Golden Age of Illustration followed a specific process. Also, I hoped to show how changing your process can potentially improve your final results. For this half of the post, I am going to show my steps for a recent painting, applying some of the traditional steps but also using some modern tech to possibly add efficiency.
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Posted by Justin Cooper, Tuesday, June 28, 2011 12:47pm It's no surprise that when it comes to selling more of your t-shirts, it all comes down to paying attention to the details. Here is what the best selling members on Society6 do: File Preparation for T-shirts
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Kathily Ever After Howdy. :) This past week, I have been playing a lot with color (and from my greeting, I guess, embracing my inner cowgirl). Mostly I've been tweaking some pieces you already may've seen (because as I might've mentioned before, I'm a chronic tweaker): Why, yes, you did!
This is my picture book collection, it is never whole, because I always give pieces away to spread the great books. artista how to