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10-26-2013, 06:34 PM #256
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(10-26-2013, 04:31 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  İmage

I like this type of art, did you notice who the artist was?

"Art is not a study of positive reality, it is the seeking for ideal truth." — John Ruskin
10-26-2013, 07:07 PM #257
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http://www.artspan.com/articles/content/...mpowerment

Women in Soviet Russia

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Aleksei P. Bulykh

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Milkmaids Novella, by Nikolai Baskakov


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Mrs. Fechin and her Daughter, Created 1922 - Nicolai Fechin

http://www.nicolaifechinpaintingexpert.c...ntings.htm
10-27-2013, 01:12 AM #258
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(10-26-2013, 06:34 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(10-26-2013, 04:31 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  İmage

I like this type of art, did you notice who the artist was?

"Art is not a study of positive reality, it is the seeking for ideal truth." — John Ruskin
I'll see if i can find the persons name when i get outta work...

Yeah i have to work saturday afternoons/evenings...

But i have off every sunday and monday...

Two very good days to have off back to back...
10-27-2013, 05:00 AM #259
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Heres the artist who created the image above > http://acreativeuniverse.com/wobo/digita...e-drawing/
10-27-2013, 05:03 AM #260
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I can only dream of being able to paint this realistically...

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10-27-2013, 05:07 AM #261
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Stunning...Amazing...Beautiful...Surrealistically Unique...

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10-27-2013, 05:18 AM #262
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There are women within these wonderful paintings by Leonid Afremov...

So easily some of the most beautiful images i've ever seen of anything anywhere...

With absolutely breathtaking colors so gorgeous they almost defy description...

Like wow i'm so blown away by these painting I have to make them into their own thread...

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10-27-2013, 03:01 PM #263
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(10-27-2013, 05:03 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  I can only dream of being able to paint this realistically...

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Did you ever think about combining a photograph within a painting, then you could paint the as-realistic-as-it-gets photograph of a person, which is the main focus (if desired) and spend less time on the focus and more time on the surroundings? This is really what it takes to achieve a more realistic appearance - spending lots of time on the details.

However, I am really liking mixed media as of late, such as the piece you posted by Florian Nicolle.

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10-27-2013, 04:11 PM #264
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kareem iliya...

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10-27-2013, 04:52 PM #265
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Like wow I love it...Totally awesome...

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10-28-2013, 01:09 AM #266
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There's a famous self portrait of Rembrandt at the national Gallery in D.C. that I've seen.

As was said before, there is nothing like seeing a great painting in person. That's where the energy of the painting hits you.

A prime example is "Lady with a Parasol." It appeared at an impressionist exhibit in D.C. There were many famous paintings at the exhibit. But that one stood out head and shoulders above the rest.

The energy that is emitted from that painting is unbelievable. Prior to seeing it in person, I had wondered "What's so great about that picture?" in a sort of hohum way.

Although it's many years later now, I can still feel it. THAT'S what is great about it!

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10-28-2013, 01:24 AM #267
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I agree that viewing art in person evokes numerous reactions, and so it should. But, I can't travel all over the world, so arm chair viewing is the order of the day for me.
10-28-2013, 01:32 AM #268
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(10-28-2013, 01:09 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  There's a famous self portrait of Rembrandt at the national Gallery in D.C. that I've seen.

As was said before, there is nothing like seeing a great painting in person. That's where the energy of the painting hits you.

A prime example is "Lady with a Parasol." It appeared at an impressionist exhibit in D.C. There were many famous paintings at the exhibit. But that one stood out head and shoulders above the rest.

The energy that is emitted from that painting is unbelievable. Prior to seeing it in person, I had wondered "What's so great about that picture?" in a sort of hohum way.

Although it's many years later now, I can still feel it. THAT'S what is great about it!
I looked up paintings called lady with a parasol and found about 30 different ones by 30 different painters...

Maybe psychic energies are embedded into the paint while painters are painting and concentrating and focusing upon their canvas for relatively long time periods which would be kind of like a type of ghost?!
10-28-2013, 02:29 AM #269
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(10-28-2013, 01:32 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(10-28-2013, 01:09 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  There's a famous self portrait of Rembrandt at the national Gallery in D.C. that I've seen.

As was said before, there is nothing like seeing a great painting in person. That's where the energy of the painting hits you.

A prime example is "Lady with a Parasol." It appeared at an impressionist exhibit in D.C. There were many famous paintings at the exhibit. But that one stood out head and shoulders above the rest.

The energy that is emitted from that painting is unbelievable. Prior to seeing it in person, I had wondered "What's so great about that picture?" in a sort of hohum way.

Although it's many years later now, I can still feel it. THAT'S what is great about it!
I looked up paintings called lady with a parasol and found about 30 different ones by 30 different painters...

Maybe psychic energies are embedded into the paint while painters are painting and concentrating and focusing upon their canvas for relatively long time periods which would be kind of like a type of ghost?!

This one by Monet:

http://www.paintingall.com/images/P/Clau...inting.jpg

Pray for me. hug.gif
10-28-2013, 06:06 PM #270
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(10-28-2013, 02:29 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(10-28-2013, 01:32 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(10-28-2013, 01:09 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote:  There's a famous self portrait of Rembrandt at the national Gallery in D.C. that I've seen.

As was said before, there is nothing like seeing a great painting in person. That's where the energy of the painting hits you.

A prime example is "Lady with a Parasol." It appeared at an impressionist exhibit in D.C. There were many famous paintings at the exhibit. But that one stood out head and shoulders above the rest.

The energy that is emitted from that painting is unbelievable. Prior to seeing it in person, I had wondered "What's so great about that picture?" in a sort of hohum way.

Although it's many years later now, I can still feel it. THAT'S what is great about it!
I looked up paintings called lady with a parasol and found about 30 different ones by 30 different painters...

Maybe psychic energies are embedded into the paint while painters are painting and concentrating and focusing upon their canvas for relatively long time periods which would be kind of like a type of ghost?!

This one by Monet:

http://www.paintingall.com/images/P/Clau...inting.jpg

Maybe because she's looking right at you.



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