Adolph Menzel - View from a Window in the Marienstrasse
View from a Window in the Marienstrasse by Adolph Menzel (1815-1905, Poland) | Art Reproductions Adolph Menzel | WahooArt.com
Derived From Life: The Paintings of PleinAir Salon Winner Eric Bowman - OutdoorPainter
Spotlight on a PleinAir Salon winner > Even if an Eric Bowman piece is done in the studio, it is utterly informed by his work outdoors.
red, white and meat
Yuri Pimenov The night sits wherever you are. Your night is of lilac. Ilya Pyankov Bill Bragg Armin Landeck And your night is your shadow— a fairy-tale piece of land to make our dreams equal. I am not a traveler or a dweller in your lilac night, I am he who was one day me. Night staring at itself safe and assured in its endlessness, nothing celebrates it except its mirror Peter Jogo Giuseppe Ugonia Kurt Preissler Jakub Schikaneder Remember, no matter how dark the night, there is always a…
The Americans: Maynard Dixon (1875 – 1946) — AUSTIN SAILSBURY
Introducing The Americans We are starting a new series on this blog called, The Americans. This ongoing series will feature the creative work of American writers, artists, photographers, or designers that we discover during the next several months, while we are back living in the US. O
Pierre Boncompain studies at the Collège Saint Joseph of Avignon, where his first act as an artist is to paint the local scouts in fresco, he moved to Paris. He joined the studio of Raymond Legueul…
Suzanna Doublet- Huygens
Portrait of Suzanna Doublet-Huygens (1637-1725) fifth and last child of Constantijn Huygens and Suzanna van Baerle, and their only daughter, painted by Caspar Netscher. Susanna Huygens wears a long, tight white satin bodice with paned sleeves lined in pink and a matching petticoat. Her hair is worn in a mass of tight curls, and she wears pearl eardrops and a pearl necklace. 1667–69.
Jules Bastien-Lepage | Naturalist painter
Jules Bastien-Lepage (1848-1884), French painter🎨, was born in the village of Damvillers, Meuse, on the 1st of November 1848 and spent his childhood there. He first studied at Verdun, and prompted by a love of art went in 1867 to Paris, where he was admitted to the École des Beaux-arts, working under Cabanel.
María Blanchard, el triunfo sobre el olvido
María Blanchard (Santander, 1881-París, 1932) fue una de las principales artífices del desarrollo de la pintura cubista a principios del siglo XX. Olvidada durante mucho tiempo, su obra comienza ahora a ser valorada como merece.