May 20, 2016
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Why do all giants have to be ugly or scary looking men? Would you run away from this one?
May 12, 2016
Pre-Raphaelites on Paper: Victorian Drawings from the Lanigan Collection, Leighton House Museum 12 Holland Park Road, London W14, until 29th May 2016 There is still time to see this remarkable collection of drawings and sketches which includes, portraits, allegories, religious and literary scenes and landscapes. Some are preparatory studies for works by painters such as […]
via The Lanigan Collection – a generous gift — Tim Forrest’s E & A
May 5, 2016
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Such an expressive piece of art, it does not need any explanation from my side!
April 20, 2016
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Custom hand carved statues of St. Joseph and St. Helena.
Wait! Who is that little bugger sitting next to the woodcarvings?
April 1, 2016
architect, art, artchitecture, buildings, followart, Hadid, round, Zaha Hadid
There is no edges in nature! Remembering one of the greatest architects of our time who transformed architecture and transformed buildings into pieces of art. Thank you!
March 20, 2016
Alfred Courtens, art, Courtens art, double exposure, fine art, first day of spring, follow art, lighthouse, marble art, nude art, nude sculpture, sculpture, Spring art
I want to celebrate spring with this awesome piece of art by Alfred Courtens. I obviously retouched the artwork using the double exposure technique. I love how the clouds merge with the body. Anyways, I hope you like it and I wish you all a wonderful first spring day.
March 11, 2016
abstract art, art, colorful art, figurative art, fine art, follow art, painting, pigmentes
Two different painting with a common theme. Can you figure out what the theme is?
Hint: it has to do with life and beauty…