Art Era Timelines These pages are free! You may download these pages for your own personal use! I humbly ask you to respect my copyright. If you would like to share the files, please give the link back to this site.Blessings,Nadene Art Timelines: Simple Timeline of some Famous Artists Famous Artist Timeline for 2013Featuring ~ Rembrandt van Rijn, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Caravaggio, Joseph Farquaharson, John James Audubon, Jules Breton, Albert Bierstadt, Elizabeth Gardener Bouguereau, William BouguereauDates, name and a thumbnail of one of their famous art works Art Movements through the Ages Timeline This is a large timeline and very comprehensive. I have provided a basic definition of each art movement and included the dates and names of the founders and eminent artists of that movement. Due to the size of the files I have broken the timeline into 4 sections. Art Era Timeline 1 Pre-Renaissance-18thC ~ 9 page download includes these art movements: How to use the timeline:
Alida Bothma - Fine Art The artist grew up in Pretoria, after which she obtained a diploma in Graphic Design at the art school of the Cape Town Technikon, with distinctions in drawing, graphic art and history of art. Her career started as an illustrator in an advertising agency in Cape Town. Her first international exposure was in 1979, when some of her work was included in a watercolour exhibition in West Germany, with other South African artists like Walter Battiss, Maud Sumner, Adolph Jentsch and Andrew Verster. Her involvement in illustrating children’s books, which later extended to poetry and other books, began in the early 1980’s and now stretches over about 150 books. She uses a variety of media and techniques, such as ink, charcoal, mixed media, oil, acrylics, pastel and watercolour. National Exhibitions Her work has been exhibited all over South Africa, with solo exhibitions in Port Elizabeth, Cape Town, Oudtshoorn and Kimberley. Some International Exhibitions Some National Awards International Awards
MUSEE MATISSE DE NICE - MATISSE MUSEUM OF NICE - Gil Elvgren’s Pin-Up Girls And Their Photo Reference The Pin-up girl culture became very popular during the early 20th century and continued well into the 80s and even late 90s. Many pin-ups were photographs of celebrities who were considered sex symbols. Other pin-ups were artwork, often depicting idealized versions of what some thought a particularly beautiful or attractive woman should look like. The genre also gave rise to several well-known artists specializing in the field, one of whom was the American painter and illustrator Gil Elvgren. Gil Elvgren was one of the most important pin-up and glamour artists of the twentieth century. Elvgren was a commercial success. This gallery shows some of his artwork of pin-up girls and the photos he used as reference.
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Australian painting - Redefining the Landscape and Identity Australian Painting Redfining the landscape and identity A painting may be created to replicate nature, to liberate emotion, to explore an idea or to redefine identity to hasten social change. Arguably, the Australian painting vernacular has done this more effectively that the vernacular of any other nation. The value of tradition The intention of the first known Australian artists is somewhat of a mystery. While the art of the Bradshaw people survived for tens of thousands of years, the art of the people at the time of European colonisation was usually more ephemeral. The body is the canvas; Arrernte painting for public corroboree - 1901. When European artists arrived in the 18th century, they brought with them the traditions of the "old" world. Nicholas Chevalier - Buffaloe Range from the West. Early colonial artists accessed their European training in art to depict Australia like Europe, not how it actually looks. W.B Gould - The Landlord. Albert Tucker The Metamorhphosis of Ned Kelly
00AngelicDevil00 (Drea) on deviantART Fine Art and You: Beautiful Illustrations by Sarah Bochaton Hey all! How are you doing? Hope you are having a great time browsing this wonderful fine art blog and have found some of the most amazing and incredible art works on this planet. Today, I am back with some very amazing and lovely watercolour illustrations made by Sarah Bochaton who is a France based artist and loves to showcase talent with the medium of watercolour illustrations.