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Artist working in Ink Tea and Alcohol

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Miriam Galassi Art Steps of my newest eye drawing. :) Here again all steps of my new eye drawing featuring the finished drawing and the scan. :) First three steps of my new eye drawing. :) Drawing eyes is so much fun. :D Forgot to post this here. ^^ It’s my finished tiger painting. Doodled a Blue Merle Sheltie. :) Gotta love those dogs. <3 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 Life in a Glasshouse (detail), charcoal on paper. 28 x 21 cm Gilbert & George Gilbert Prousch,[1][2] sometimes referred to as Gilbert Proesch,[3][4][5] (born 17 September 1943 in San Martin de Tor, Italy) and George Passmore (born 8 January 1942 in Plymouth, United Kingdom) are two artists who work together as a collaborative duo called Gilbert & George. They are known for their distinctive and highly formal appearance and manner and also for their brightly coloured graphic-style photo-based artworks. Early lives[edit] Prousch was born in San Martin de Tor in South Tyrol, northern Italy, his mother tongue being Ladin.[6] He studied art at the Sëlva School of Art and Hallein School of Art in Austria and the Akademie der Kunst, Munich, before moving to England. Passmore was born in Plymouth in the United Kingdom, to a single mother in a poor household. He studied art at the Dartington College of Arts and the Oxford School of Art.

Tobias Hall Tobias Hall Excellent illustrations to discover over at Tobias Hall’s online portfolio No comments yet. 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. Returning to Dublin after the war, he came of age amidst the early campaigns of the Irish nationalist movement.

Matthew Higgs Matthew Higgs is a British artist, curator, writer and publisher. His contribution to UK contemporary art has included the creation of Imprint 93, a series of artists’ editions featuring the work of artists such as Martin Creed and Jeremy Deller. During the 1990s he promoted artists outside of the Young British Artists mainstream of the period. Early life and Imprint 93[edit] PRE-RAPHAELITE ART Archive Random Submit Ask List of Paintings by Artist The short-lived but highly influential Pre-Raphaelite movement was a reform group of artists and poets founded in 1849. Their main objective in art was to reject the dramatic, artificial Mannerist painting styles succeeding Raphael and Michelangelo (hence the term "Pre-Raphaelite") and to create more genuine, humble representations of their subjects. They painted brightly-colored, evenly-lit scenes with a particular emphasis on romanticism, elaborate detail, medieval history, symbolism, and nature. Updated frequently. Click through for hi-res (some images are huge)

Charles Frederick Worth (1826–1895) and The House of Worth Early Career Charles Frederick Worth, the designer who dominated Parisian fashion in the latter half of the nineteenth century, was born in Bourne, Lincolnshire, England, on October 13, 1825. As a young man, Worth worked as an apprentice and clerk for two London textile merchants. In addition to gaining a thorough knowledge of fabrics and the business of supplying dressmakers during this time, he also visited the National Gallery and other collections to study historic portraits.

Simon Starling Simon Starling (born 1967) is an English conceptual artist and won the Turner Prize in 2005.[1] Early life[edit] Simon Starling was born in 1967 in Epsom, Surrey. Джорджия О’Киф Джорджия О’Киф: портрет - фото Альфреда Стиглица Родился: 15 ноября 1887 г.; Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, United States Умер: 6 марта 1986 г.; Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States Сфера деятельности: живопись Национальность: Американец

Delicate Leaf Cuttings By Omid Asadi My name is Omid Asadi and I currently live in Manchester, United Kingdom. I created this work with carving and cutting techniques on actual fallen leaves using a craft knife and a needle. I always try to create pieces with a message, not just beautiful art. Some of these messages or ideas come from my world view, poems, stories, global problems and philosophy. I’m also inspired by other artists’ and designers’ works. More info: Facebook | artweb.com Darren Almond Darren Almond, Fullmoon@Arondine, 2001, lambda print, 48 x 48 inches. Darren Almond, Mono Chrono Pneumatic Red, 2007, 155 x 291 x 35 inches, installed at the Matthew Marks Gallery for his 2007 solo exhibition. Darren James Almond (b. 1971 Appley Bridge, near Wigan, Lancashire, England)[1] is an artist based in London. He was nominated for the 2005 Turner Prize. Life and career[edit] Almond graduated from Winchester School of Art in 1993, with a BA (hons) degree in Fine Arts.

Andy Goldsworthy - Melt Andy Goldsworthy Natural sculptures by Andy Goldsworthy. "Andy Goldsworthy is an extraordinary, innovative British artist whose collaborations with nature produce uniquely personal and intense artworks. Using a seemingly endless range of natural materials—snow, ice, leaves, bark, rock, clay, stones, feathers petals, twigs—he creates outdoor sculpture that manifests, however fleeting, a sympathetic contact with the natural world. Before they disappear, or as they disappear, Goldsworthy, records his work in superb colour photographs." Rivers and Tides -Full- Andy Goldsworthy Documentary 2003

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