your social art network Pictify Find E-mail Address Password New user? Japanese Art and Artists - Resources for Art Lovers DeVonyar and Kendall proceeded from the premise that Degas admired Japanese prints - he owned many - and adapted some of their compositional devices. They emphasize a conjunction that's obvious when you see his images and those of such Japanese masters as Hiroshige and Utamaro juxtaposed, as they are here. Degas and Japanese artists were interested in similar subjects, most involving women (dancers, laundresses), various aspects of the theater (cafe concerts, Kabuki), and women bathing or dressing their hair.
Artmagazine North by North March 30th, 2009 Scandinavian Graphic Design Earth, water and air are dominant themes in Scaninavian contemporary graphic design, which is brilliantly explored in North by North, a lavishly illustrated new title from visual culture specialty publisher Die-Gestalten Verlag. 20 Artists With Must-Click Web Sites, From Tauba Auerbach to Andrea Zittel The launch of Damien Hirst’s new Web site, which offers a voyeuristic live camera feed into the heart of his studio, is certainly a step forward in adventurousness for famous artists on the Internet (in comparison, Gerhard Richter’s looks like Geocities). But Hirst is still far from avant garde in the wild world of artist Web sites, where new media artists turn the Internet into a visual playground and conceptualists build puzzling and wonderful hybrid pages. Below, ARTINFO rounds up our picks for 20 of the most notable Web sites for contemporary artists, from figures you know to others more obscure. Cory Arcangel — As in his work, Cory Arcangel’s site embraces nostalgia for earlier digital times. The header title, “Cory Arcangel’s Internet Portfolio Website and Portal,” might tip you off if the lo-fi table structures and tiled background didn’t already.
125 Places to Sell Your Art or Craft Online The Most Comprehensive Free Directory on the Planet! Featured Listings Vango – The most unique online original art marketplace. By simply taking a picture of their space, buyers receive recommendations and see the art in situ. the personal things Renoir left behind I am only allowed in this generous blogspot to post in one image per each blog. I did find a treasure trove of personal things Renoir left behind listed in Hantmann's Auctioneers and appraisers. I chose the wedding certificate to his beloved Aline and then found so many other things on the site that you can go look for yourself and perhaps put a nice bid on Aline's beautiful fringed kimono. I coveted Renoir's spectacles. I wonder what strength they were? I have a strong affinity as a historical novelist to touch objects worn by those figures I so love.
Collections Detail, The Late Shah Jahan Album: Humayun Seated in a Landscape. More about this object. The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. 6th International Artist’s Book Triennial opened in Vilnius Video of Artist’s Book Triennial opening in Vilnius Theme: “Love” Artists near the Gallery “Titanikas” in Vilnius. from the left to the right: Kestutis Vasiliunas, Roberta Vaigeltaite-Vasiliuniene (Lithuania), Hanne Matthiesen (Denmark), Dalia Lopez Madrona (Sweden), lady from Hungary, Josephine Tabbert (Germany), Andras Butak (Hungary), Elisabetta Diamanti (Italy), Lucas Kunz (Germany), Krassimira Drenska (Switzerland), Katriona S.W.
Shops Find the perfect keepsake or gift in any of the three MFA Shops in the Museum. Main Bookstore & Shop Located in the Druker Family Pavilion, the Main Bookstore and Shop features New England’s premier collection of thousands of books on art, photography, architecture, design, fashion, film, music, and children’s books, as well as merchandise inspired by the art found in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art and classic MFA gifts, including home décor, jewelry, stationery, prints, Art on Demand, fashion accessories, and toys. Beautiful illustrations drawn by color pencil Don’t know the name of the artist, who has great skill in drawing, awesome works of art. Next Pages Pages: 1 2 Tagged: amazing pics, art of work, beautiful, color pencil, illustrations, nice drawing, pencil drawing, pencil sketch, vivid drawing
Hokusai Katsushika Hokusai Katsushika wrote his autobiography when he was seventy-three years old. He dated the beginning of his drawing activities to the age when he was five or six years old. Hokusai is one of the greatest masters of Japanese woodblock printmaking of the 19th century. Designs like the 'Great Wave' and 'Red Mount Fuji' have made him immortal. First Publication: May 2001 Latest Update: April 2014 San Francisco Art Galleries - First Thursday Art Openings: June 7, 2012, Part I << Back to San Francisco Gallery Openings Caldwell Snyder Gallery Gallery: River of Change - New Paintings by Nicholas Wilton. Comment by AB: Choice of shapes and use of glazes give the paintings of Nicholas Wilton a distinct vintage feel. What it is - Nicholas Wilton art show at Caldwell Snyder Gallery. Nicholas Wilton art.
A Little Imagination and a Pile of Junk: tutorial: self-portrait stencil I am soooo excited about this one. Please do try it, especially you journal artists. It is a lot more fun than you'd think to manipulate images of yourself. Although I make stencils a lot, it had never occurred to me to do a self-portrait until I read Randi Feuerhelm-Watts' brilliant book, Wide Open. If you don't have her book, go get it today. » Stunning paintings that look like photographs by Richard Estes Richard Estes (born May 14, 1932 in Kewanee, Illinois) is an American painter who is best known for his photorealistic paintings. The paintings generally consist of reflective, clean, and inanimate city and geometric landscapes. He is regarded as one of the founders of the international photo-realist movement of the late 1960s, with painters such as Ralph Goings, Chuck Close, and Duane Hanson.