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
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The Painter’s Keys – Letter Near where I live there passes an ancient pathway called the Semiahmoo Trail. It was first used by native peoples — the Semiahmoos — then by gold seekers, and later — not much more than a hundred years ago — by the first settlers in our area. Much of it
Still Life With Books Artwork by Claude Raguet Hirst Although still life paintings typically depict everyday inanimate objects, there is often much more to these works than meets the eye!
Carmen Fine Art – Blue Collection A small collection of contemporary fine art paintings in blue color palette. Repressed Reality My Rising Projection Indestructible Transformation Of Life Ode to Aesthetic Ego Tender Vision Of Blue Feeling Hallucinogenic Altarpiece Decomposed It’s art if can’t be explained. It’s fashion if no one asks for an explanation. It’s
Abstract Wall Art, Ode to Aesthetic Ego by Carmen Fine Art Abstract paintings can stir our emotions, creatively inspire us, and add a greater level of depth to an entire room simply through the artist’s use of color, shape, and texture. Alongside music, abstract art is among the purest forms of expression, as it
If you’d like to give art prints to someone whom you know appreciates abstract art, it’s important to know the recipient’s preferred styles as well as have a good understanding of their living space, favorite colors, and decor sensibilities. As with any other artwork, it’s ideal to select work that complements your existing decor in
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
The Unfolding Purity by Carmen Fine Art “Such is my relationship with God: on my gigantic canvass of life, I am the one throwing all of the brightly-colored paints, creating genuine splatters, authentic whirlpools of color, beautiful patterns, wonderful streaks and stains and wild accents; God is the one with the paintbrush who stands beside
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