Van Gogh's Van Goghs: Virtual Tour Virtual Tour Take a virtual tour of Van Gogh's Van Goghs. This exhibition was on view at the Gallery October 4, 1998 - January 3, 1999. See also, exhibition overview and related links. Start Van Gogh Tour(Apple QuickTime VR required) Start Van Gogh Tour (no special requirements)
GOLDEN Virtual Paint Mixer The GOLDEN MXR (Virtual Paint Mixer) is a tool which allows the artist to virtually experiment with and explore color options within the GOLDEN palette. While we believe it is reasonably accurate and useful for the intended purpose, we can not guarantee that results will be identical to those obtained mixing our actual paints. Therefore Golden Artist Colors, Inc., makes no express or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for your particular application and shall in no event be liable for any damages (indirect, consequential, or otherwise) that may occur as a result of such inconsistencies between virtual and actual mixes. Pick colors from the palette below and place them in the tubes to the right.
biography Andy Warhol was born Andrew Warhola on August 6, 1928, in a two-room row house apartment at 73 Orr Street in Pittsburgh. His parents, Carpatho-Rusyn immigrants Andrej and Julia Warhola, had three sons. Andy was their youngest. Les Demoiselles d'Avignon by Pablo Picasso This paintings was painted in 1907. It was called the most innovative painting since the work of Giotto, when Les Demoiselles d'Avignon first appeared it was as if the art world had collapsed. Known form and respresnetation were completely abandon. The reductionism and contortion of space in the painiting was incredible, and dislocation of faces explosive. Like any revolution, the shock waves reverbetrated and the inevitable outcome was Cubism. This large work, which took nine months to complete, exposes the true genius and novelty of Picasso's passion.
Closer to Van Eyck The panels of the Ghent Altarpiece are coated with layers of varnish. Varnish serves as a protective coating for paint layers and has important optical functions, since it saturates a painting's colors and creates a more even surface. However, most varnishes gradually degrade over time, getting brittle and opaque, and becoming a darkened and yellowed layer that can dramatically impact the perception of a painting's colors and tonal values. Art & Design Blog Photography by Laura Leal Apr 11.14 / by Duckflash Photography by Laura Stevens Apr 10.14 / by Duckflash Illustrations by Archain Nair Apr 09.14 / by Duckflash
Les 10 Marilyn, 1967 Posters by Andy Warhol - AllPosters.ca After Marilyn Monroe’s death, Pop Art founder Andy Warhol (1923 – 1987) spent four months making silkscreens based on a publicity still of Monroe from her film, “Niagara.” Fusing art with mass production, Warhol created brilliantly colored multiples of her image. Fascinated by morbid subjects and celebrity, he symbolized Monroe’s mortality, and her media saturation through brash, assembly-line reproductions of her face. Andy Warhol (1923 – 1987), one of the 20th century’s most creative, prolific and influential artists, defined a decade and a culture with his groundbreaking Pop Art. Initially a popular Manhattan commercial artist, Warhol achieved fame with his multiple images of soup cans, soda bottles, dollar bills and celebrities, which revealed the beauty within mass culture. Innovator of silkscreening, Warhol’s talents also encompassed filmmaking, music production, commercial illustration, writing and magazine publishing.
Pablo Picasso. Les Demoiselles d'Avignon. Paris, June-July 1907 Publication Excerpt: The Museum of Modern Art, MoMA Highlights, New York: The Museum of Modern Art, revised 2004, originally published 1999, p. 64 Les Demoiselles d'Avignon is one of the most important works in the genesis of modern art. The painting depicts five naked prostitutes in a brothel; two of them push aside curtains around the space where the other women strike seductive and erotic poses—but their figures are composed of flat, splintered planes rather than rounded volumes, their eyes are lopsided or staring or asymmetrical, and the two women at the right have threatening masks for heads. The space, too, which should recede, comes forward in jagged shards, like broken glass.
Bruegel: Unseen Masterpieces - Google Arts & Culture The Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, which houses one of the most important collections of European art from Antiquity to the present day, celebrated the one hundredth anniversary of its opening in 2006. The museum has been the centre of ever increasing attention in recent years. Its seasonal exhibitions, renewed permanent exhibitions and the Museum+ (long night) programmes have attracted five to eight hundred thousand visitors, which is many times that of any other previous period. A new generation has discovered the newly found joy of being able to appreciate and become well acquainted with works of art. With its exterior fully renovated and its interior undergoing constant change, the museum building is filled with visitors who embark upon the experience for the first time and those who faithfully return to the art institution.
Artist Book Series + Daily Art & Design Blog Gabriel Moreno does beautiful work with such basic materials: a pen and a brush. His illustrations begin in black and white, upon which Moreno builds, adding layers of color and images of other places and people tattooed into their skin. Flowers, birds, and faces organically expand from his subjects, as if a rush of creativity, or a dream, is escaping them.
GEORGES DE LATOUR PAINTINGS « Paintings For web search Biography Georges de La Tour Paintings Magdalen – Georges de La Tour Supplies Georges de La Tour art paintings and biography from art gallery, Georges de La Tour paintings for sale, and famous candlelight oil painting reproductions for Georges De La Tour Paintings – page 1 | Oil Paintings | Oil Joseph Mallord William Turner The 98-gun ship 'Temeraire' played a distinguished role in Nelson's victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, after which she was known as the 'Fighting Temeraire'. The ship remained in service until 1838 when she was decommissioned and towed from Sheerness to Rotherhithe to be broken up. The painting was thought to represent the decline of Britain's naval power. The 'Temeraire' is shown travelling east, away from the sunset, even though Rotherhithe is west of Sheerness, but Turner's main concern was to evoke a sense of loss, rather than to give an exact recording of the event.