Literature Of Life - Vegetable

Collection “Jaune D’or”

I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Albert Einstein Carmen Fine Art – Digital Fine Art Movement With Venus Study For Charming Poetry The Complex Angel Undefined Compilation – Vegetable Theme From Indestructible Metamorphosis The Perceptive Emotion

Maurice Sapiro; Painting, “Porcelain”

Still Life – Paintings Techniques

Maurice Sapiro, “Porcelain” A still life is an artwork that depicts inanimate and everyday objects, such as flowers, food, dead animals, plants, books, jewelry, vases, drinking glasses, skulls, etc. The objects that comprise of the still life are generally assumed to not move nor change, and are arranged by the artist. This affords the artist

Fruit Still Life, 1661 | Willem van Aelst | Painting Reproduction

History of Still Life Paintings

Fruit Still Life, 1661, Willem van Aelst Still lifes are one of the five main genres found in Western art. The origins of still lifes can be traced back to Ancient Greco-Roman art (found on Greek vases, Roman wall paintings, and floor mosaics) and Medieval art. In the Netherlands, religious art was slowly replaced by

Indestructible Transformation Of Life

Collection “Feeling Blue”

It’s art if can’t be explained. It’s fashion if no one asks for an explanation. It’s design if it doesn’t need explanation. Wouter Stokke Carmen Fine Art – Abstract Photography Repressed Reality My Rising Projection Indestructible Transformation Of Life Ode to Aesthetic Ego Tender Vision Of Blue Feeling Hallucinogenic Altarpiece Decomposed

Still Life with Ham, Gerret Willemsz Heda

Artists Known For Still Life Paintings

Still Life with Ham, Gerret Willemsz Heda Paul Cezanne is well-known for his still lifes, where he played with perspective and often painted fruit, such as in “Still Life with Apples in a Bowl” (1879-82) and “Still Life with Plastic Cupid” (c. 1895). Cezanne’s famous still life paintings were concerned with drawing attention to the