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#341 DDL

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Posted 28 February 2015 - 12:47 AM

One of the painting i like....

 

Johannes Vermeer, The Girl with the Pearl Earring, 1665 Dutch Painter.

 

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#342 oscartamaguchiblackface

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Posted 03 March 2015 - 03:02 AM

http://www.kingsacad...ll/Rockwell.htm

 

 

 

 


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Norman Rockwell

 

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More Norman Rockwell drawings.

 

Rockwell_1916_The-baby-carriage.jpg

Norman Rockwell – The Baby Carriage (1916)
The Saturday Evening Post (May 20, 1916) - Curtis Publishing Company

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Norman Rockwell – Perpetual Motion (1920)
Popular Science, Vol.97, No.4 (October 1920), Bonnier Corp. New York


Rockwell_1923_Lands-of-enchantment.jpg

Norman Rockwell – Lands of Enchantment (1923)
The Saturday Evening Post (Nov. 10, 1923) - Curtis Publishing Company

Rockwell_1926_The-old-sign-painter.jpg

Norman Rockwell – The Old Sign Painter (1926)
The Saturday Evening Post (Feb. 6, 1926) - Curtis Publishing Company

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Norman Rockwell – Doctor and Doll (1929)
The Saturday Evening Post (Mar. 9, 1929) - Curtis Publishing Company

Rockwell_1936_Quartet.jpg

Norman Rockwell – The Barbershop Quartet (1936)
The Saturday Evening Post (Sep. 26, 1936) - Curtis Publishing Company


Rockwell_1939_Knuckles-down.jpg

Norman Rockwell – Knuckles Down (1939)
The Saturday Evening Post (Sep. 2, 1939) - Curtis Publishing Company

 

 

 

Norman Rockwell – The Willie Gillis Series

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Norman Rockwell – Willie Gillis at the U.S.O. (1942)
The Saturday Evening Post (Feb. 7, 1942) - Curtis Publishing Company

Rockwell_1942_Willie-Gillis-on-KP.jpg

Norman Rockwell – Willie Gillis on KP (1942)
The Saturday Evening Post (Apr. 11, 1942) - Curtis Publishing Company

Rockwell_1942_Willie-Gillis-in-church.jp

Norman Rockwell – Willie Gillis in Church (1942)
The Saturday Evening Post (Jul. 25, 1942) - Curtis Publishing Company

Rockwell_1942_Willie-Gillis_Double-troub

Norman Rockwell – Double Trouble for Willie Gillis (1942)
The Saturday Evening Post (Sep. 5, 1942) - Curtis Publishing Company

Rockwell_1944_Willie-Gillis_Generations.

Norman Rockwell – Willie Gillis and the Fighting Gillisies (1944)
The Saturday Evening Post (Sep. 16, 1944) - Curtis Publishing Company


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Posted 03 March 2015 - 03:07 AM

 

Rockwell_1946_Willie-Gillis-in-college.j

Norman Rockwell – Willie Gillis in College (1946)
The Saturday Evening Post (Oct. 5. 1946) - Curtis Publishing Company

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Posted 26 March 2015 - 06:51 AM

just starting to paint here...

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Posted 13 June 2015 - 06:30 AM

If Figures From Classical Paintings Lived In The Modern Day

 

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How would the gods and characters of antiquity portrayed in classical paintings look if they appeared alongside us in the modern world? Alexey Kondakov, an artist based in Kiev, Ukraine, created a series of Photoshopped images that answer this question. His 2 Reality series puts classical paintings into settings we experience every day, be it the metro, the sketchy highway underpass, or the local lunch joint.

It’s interesting to consider how our impressions of these gods change given their new context. They may seem elegant or royal in a painting in a museum, but when superimposed into recognizable parts of modern life, some of them seem begin to seem like obnoxiously drunken revelers.

 

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Posted 22 December 2015 - 01:10 PM

When I saw it live, it was really enormous. I can't find words to describe it except its size.  :D

 

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Mapapatigil ka talaga para tingnan ito pag una mong makita. 



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Posted 28 December 2015 - 11:51 PM

By one of my favorite local artist, Antonio Gorordo.

 

"Father and Son"

Mixed Media on Canvas 
Size: 48in x 39in
2010

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Posted 28 December 2015 - 11:55 PM

The artist and his work.  Antonio Gorordo with Alborada.

 

"ALBORADA"
Size: 30in x48in

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Posted 26 March 2016 - 04:44 PM

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Posted 22 July 2016 - 11:49 AM

If Figures From Classical Paintings Lived In The Modern Day

 

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6 days ago by Dovas

 

 

 

How would the gods and characters of antiquity portrayed in classical paintings look if they appeared alongside us in the modern world? Alexey Kondakov, an artist based in Kiev, Ukraine, created a series of Photoshopped images that answer this question. His 2 Reality series puts classical paintings into settings we experience every day, be it the metro, the sketchy highway underpass, or the local lunch joint.

It’s interesting to consider how our impressions of these gods change given their new context. They may seem elegant or royal in a painting in a museum, but when superimposed into recognizable parts of modern life, some of them seem begin to seem like obnoxiously drunken revelers.

 

wow ang galing ng pagkaka-edit parang totoo. pro na pro



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Posted 23 July 2016 - 05:49 PM

FYI. Wala na entrance fee sa National Museum.

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Posted 22 January 2017 - 11:14 PM

Share naman ang mga painters dito



#353 Memento Vivere

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 01:50 AM

Alwyn Crawshaw landscapes :)






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