The American Museum of Photography - Guided Tour We bill ourselves as "A Museum Without Walls... For An Art Without Boundaries." Even though we have no walls, we do have "floors," separate areas for different activities. At the bottom of most pages, you'll find a navigation bar that will let you choose our Exhibitions floor, our Main Entrance floor, our Research Center or our Museum Shops. Timeline - Unparalleled collection of Salvador Dali art works Unparalleled collection of Salvador Dali art works A Century of Salvador Dali The man. The master. The marvel. Salvador Dali is one of the most celebrated artists of all time. His fiercely technical yet highly unusual paintings, sculptures and visionary explorations in film and life-size interactive art ushered in a new generation of imaginative expression.
Architecture for Kids by maushaus Talking about buildings, we often find similarities with humans. We could say that a building breathes and grows, its materials get fatigued and relax. The buildings move and feed too. The trees also grow, move and breathe imperceptibly to the human eye, they move vertically in an eternal struggle of opposites. Pop Art Poster First time here? Welcome! We have a lot of fun stuff to play with like ourMotivational Poster maker, Magazine Cover maker, Pop Art poster, and much more! Selected Work 2002 - 2013 Life in a Glasshouse (30 studies_Melbourne Zoo) Mixed media on paper, 142.50 x 120 cm. Finalist in The Parkin Drawing Prize, NZAFA, Wellington, NZ Life in a Glasshouse (detail), charcoal and water colour pencil Connections Connections The Metropolitan Museum of Art Share Share Facebook Twitter StumbleUpon Email
Art Appreciation Videos July 11, 2014 Hoping to enrich your knowledge of art history, but unsure of where to start? With this selection of free videos, podcasts, and audiobooks, LearnOutLoud.com has collected a great primer designed to boost your art appreciation on all levels. Here you will be introduced to the finest painters and sculptors, and will get guided tours of the world's great architectural achievements. From Roman architecture, to Renaissance painting, to 20th century avant-garde developments and everything in between, these resources bundle together the most important eras, movements, and aesthetic trends in one place.
Flame Painter Free Flame Painter is a unique paint program, it belongs to my 'I am an Artist' experimental project. I think with tools which inspires you, everyone can be an artist. You can try it here, change different brush settings and paint your own flame paintings. Francis Bacon Biography, Art, and Analysis of Works Born in Dublin, Francis Bacon was named after his famous ancestor, the English philosopher and scientist. His father, Edward, served in the army and later took a job in the War Office during World War I. In an interview with critic David Sylvester, Bacon attributed the connotations of violence in his paintings to the turbulent circumstances of his early life. A British regiment was stationed near his childhood home, and he remembered constantly hearing soldiers practicing maneuvers. Naturally, his father's position in the War Office alerted him to the threat of violence at an early age.
The Power of Colour - Free online course We live in a vibrant and colourful world, but few of us truly appreciate the sheer power of the hues around us. This course will lift the lid on the world of colour: exploring the science behind the shades, the theories beyond the tints and the cultural impact of colour. Understand the science behind colour Registres de la Comédie française The database at the heart of the Comédie-Française Registers Project derives from the daily box office attendance records kept assiduously by the troupe from its founding in 1680 to the Revolution, and beyond. High resolution virtual reproductions of these records can be found here. The troupe maintained detailed receipt records because the Crown insisted that the actors donate a portion of each evening’s proceeds to charities, to mollify the French Catholic critics of the stage’s “sinfulness.” In addition, the members of the troupe split the remaining revenue among themselves according to seniority within the troupe. A detailed accounting was necessary to maintain harmony among the players themselves.