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Jack Vanzet is a 23 year old art director, music producer and visual artist based in Melbourne, Australia.
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Imminent Reality
Maiko Gubler is a visual artist working with digital modeling tools in imagery and sculpture. After ...
Richard Estes´ New York
"Estes is a paradigmatic example of a world-class artist who is also a consummate artisan. He uses h...
Contemporary Turkish Design: Naiftasarim
naiftasarim is Efecan Gürbüz, Onur Besen, Dogukan Ulas Öncel and Alper Karagöz. Efecan Gürbüz ...
Herb Aach: Color Theory
Intense hues evenly inhabit the circular forms: clear orange, a lush green, a glowing violet and oth...
The Bean King
A painting by Jacob Jordaens
Diego Velázquez
Baroque Master painter Velázquez, celebrated as the "painter of painters" by Édouard Manet, inspir...
Gianfranco Pardi
Born in Milan in 1933, Gianfranco Pardi started studying poetry and philosophy, dedicating himself t...
Enrico Castellani: Superficie
Enrico Castellani was born in Castelmassa, Rovigo, in 1930. He moved to Brussels in 1952 where he st...
A Happy and Abundant New Year
Flemish painter Pieter Aertsen was one of the first artists to paint "inverted still lifes," works i...
Sigrid Sandstrom
"Seeing allows us to navigate the world. Through perception we become oriented in space and time. Se...
William Glackens
Glackens was a boyhood friend of Albert C. Barnes (1872–1951), the Philadelphia-born pharmaceutica...
Stuart Davis
Stuart Davis was born in Philadelphia on Dec. 7, 1894. His father was the art editor of the Philadel...
Modern Masters at Albertina
Albertina in Vienna has recently acquired on permanent loan two significant collections of Impressio...
Masood Kamandy
Masood Kamandy (b. 1981 in Colorado) is a Los Angeles based artist. Masood received his MFA from the...
Pieter Bruegel the Elder: The Speaker
Master painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder would often use biblical themes to depict village life as he...
Firework Drawings
Rosemarie Fiore (born 1972, New York) lives and works in Bronx, NY. She studied at University of Vi...
The farmer continued to plough
"Landscape with the Fall of Icarus" is a painting in oil on canvas long thought to be by Pieter Brue...
German Pop
Was there Pop Art in Germany? Pop, which began in Great Britain and the USA and was quickly establis...
Anna Pogossova
Photographer Anna Pogossova was born and raised in Moscow and migrated to Australia in 1994. She stu...
Ricky Swallow: Objects
Australian artist Ricky Swallow, born 1974, holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Victorian College ...
Cecil Touchon
Cecil Touchon, born 1956 Austin, Texas is a contemporary American collage artist, painter, published...
Elena Boils
Elena Boils, born in Mexico, is a freelance Illustrator based in the U.K. She graduated from Univers...
Sergio Mora
Sergio Mora was born in Barcelona in 1975 and studied at La Llotja. He lives and works in Barcelona....
Wataru Yamakami
Great Vitality
Great Vitality: Old work and leftover materials were renewed through ripping, cutting, painting, and...
The Return of the Herd
It is that time again - summer has finally ended, and winter is coming. This 16th century painting b...
Chair Art
Chairs by artists: Ai Weiwei, Joseph Beuys, Julius Deutschbauer, Tone Fink, Heinz Frank, Gelitin, Ma...
Geometric Abstraction
Artist Gary Andrew Clarke lives and works in Manchester, UK.
Indolence in Art
Indolence is the avoidance of activity. "I like the word ´indolence´. It makes my laziness seem cl...
Leslie David: Sister Ship
We imagined a moving font on a psychedellic wallpaper for Maxime Rossi's solo show at La Galerie de ...
William Turner
The exhibition "Late Turner – Painting Set Free" surveys the achievements of JMW Turner (1775–18...
Hans Christiansen´s Jugendstil
"I take my work as an artist as general as possible: I want to paint a portrait but can also design ...
Venice without Tourists
La serenissima
Pop Art 1960s
“Popular, mass produced, expendable, cheap, witty, sexy, playful, conspicuous, seductive” Richar...
The Harvesters
This painting is one in a series of six works that depict different times of the year. As in many of...
Baroque Co-creation: Jan Brueghel I and Rubens
During the seventieth century, two of the most famous masters of baroque art - Jan Brueghel the Elde...
Cats in Art
According to historians, the relationship of cats with humans could date back more than 9,000 years....
Jason Martin
Jason Martin was born in Jersey, Channel Islands, in 1970. He went to Chelsea School of Art and made...
Guy Shield
Guy Shield is a Melbourne-based illustrator with a background in design and an obsession with drawin...
Karan Singh
Karan Singh is an Australian artist and illustrator.
Gustav Klimt: Landscapes
Tom Blachford: Havana
Tom Blachford, photographer from Melbourne, travels to Cuba.
Georg Flegel: Still Life Painter
Georg Flegel (1566 – 23 March 1638, Frankfurt-am-Main) was a German painter. He is today best know...
"... Cheese! We´ll go somewhere where there´s cheese!"
Pictures of cheese painted by old and new masters.
The World is an Apple.
French post-impressionist Paul Cézanne (1839–1906), "the painter of apples" synthesized formal pr...
An Art Collector in His Art Chamber
2014 is the anniversary year of four-hundredth birthday of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm (1614-1662) of H...
Nils Dardel: Modern Dandy
Nowadays, Sweden loves Nils Dardel’s (1888–1943) oeuvre. But that was not always the case. He ha...
Venice of America
The Venice recreation area opened on July 4, 1905. Unfortunately for Abbot Kinney, the developer of ...
Ilya Chashnik Илья Чашник
Ilya Chashnik was one of the foremost disciples of Kazimir Malevich. He was born into a humble Jewis...
X- Rays
Brendan Fitzpatrick is a commercial photographer specialising in advertising and lifestyle photograp...
Summer by Arcimboldo
Call him creative, whimsical, or deranged. Milanese painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo was a stained-glass ...
Venus with Cupid Stealing Honey
This painting tells the story of a poem about how Cupid complains to his mother, Venus (the goddess ...
Parmigianino: Schiava Turca
The exquisite portrait of an unknown woman called the Schiava Turca ("Turkish slave") is an icon of...
HausRucker: Gelbes Herz
Haus-Rucker-Co were a Viennese architecture group founded in 1967 by Laurids Ortner, Günther Zamp K...
Wall painting project for a Cowork Space that links with environmental concerns
All my mural projects have in common the portuguese identity and connection to the history of the pl...
The house was just a cage, when embroidering, the portuguese woman wove the webs of silence - Lisbon, 2014
Mural : Urban Art Collaboration with EBANO Collective and GAU - Galeria de Arte Urbana Wall painting...
The legend of the Penha de França Lizard - Lisbon, 2012.
Mural / Urban Art - collaboration with GAU - Galeria de Arte Urbana Wall Painting that tells the sto...
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - Master of Color
"I can’t work rationally; I’m too much a colour man (Farbenmensch) for that." said Ernst Ludwig...
Touch Light
Ross Gardam designs furniture and lamps which are hand crafted in Melbourne, Australia, by local art...
In pintura veritas
Yago Hortal was born 1983 in Barcelona. He lives and works in Berlin. He studied at the University o...
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The Demonstrations series.
A new series of paintings, oil on canvas, that deal with movement, the power and energy of the crowd...
Curtains
A series of watercolour paintings.
Pierre Bonnard: The Memory of Colors
In autumn and winter 2019/20 the Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien presented »Pierre Bonnard - The Color...
I See Violence in Your Eyes (I-VIII)
Pigment, graphite, charcoal, & mixed media on paper.
Pieter Bruegel
During his lifetime, Pieter Bruegel the Elder was already among the period’s most sought-after art...
The Joys of Ice Skating
That skating 400 years ago was one of the most popular winter activities in the Netherlands can be s...
Franz Kline
Around 1950, Franz Kline radically simplified painting: “Instead of making a sign you can read, yo...
New Generation
Experiemntal art
Kippenberger
Martin Kippenberger (born 1953 in Dortmund, died 1997 in Vienna) is one of the foremost and simultan...
“I perhaps owe it to flowers that I became a painter.”
Arguably the most important painter of gardens in the history of art, Monet was also an avid horticu...
Expression/Information
Painting is seen as a form of practice that—contrary to canonical accounts—in no way shies away ...
German Art since 1960
German ‘paragons of painting’ such as Georg Baselitz, Jörg Immendorff and Markus Lüpertz have ...
Swarm fabrication: Kokkugia / Roland Snooks
We have a fascination with the impact of new technologies on architecture and construction. We are f...
Raymundo Colares
Raymundo Colares (1944 in Grão Mogol, Minas Gerais - 1986 in Montes Claros, Minas Gerais) was a Bra...
Tamara
Tamara de Lempicka (1898 – 1980) was a Polish Art Deco painter. She was the most fashionable portr...
Télémaque
Hervé Télémaque naît à Port-au-Prince, le 5 novembre 1937. En 1957, il quitte Haïti pour New Y...
Impressionist Gardens
“Many of Monet’s colleagues shared his passion for gardening and were inspired to paint gardens ...
Still Life Monkeys
The inclusion of a monkey with other still-life elements imitates earlier Flemish still-life painter...
Nauru
Nauru was first inhabited at least 3,000 years ago. Inhabitants caught ibija fish, acclimatised them...
Damien Coupeté images
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German Painting after the 1960s
What is so 'German' about the art made by German painters and sculptors after the 1960s to now? The ...
Harry Seidler
Harry Seidler was born in Vienna in 1923 as son of Rose and Max Seidler. Rose was able to pursue her...
The Slave Ship
But, I think, the noblest sea that Turner has ever painted, and, if so, the noblest certainly ever p...
The Sea by Emil Nolde
Born in the village of Nolde in 1902, Emil Hansen came from a family of peasants. Nolde completed an...
Forward Retreat
Mark Tansey was born in California. He attended art classes at the San Francisco Art Institute and s...
Pavel Tchelitchew: Spiral head
Pavel Tchelitchew (Па́вел Фёдорович Чели́щев) (1898 - 1957) was a surrealist ...
Fernando Botero
Who doesn´t like Botero? Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero (born 1932 in Medellín) is...
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Sebastian (or Sébastien) Stoskopff (Strasbourg, July 13, 1597 – Idstein February 10, 1657) was an...
Jean Arp: Randomness
Randomness was a key part of Jean Arp’s work right from the creation of the first dadaist group in...
Heaven & Hell
Details from paintings by Hieronymus Bosch.
Hell & Heaven
John Martin was born near Hexham, Northumberland. He was apprenticed first to an heraldic coach pain...
Ben Weiner: Post-Psychedelic Dreams
Ben Weiner lives and works in Queens, New York.
More cats in art
Cats throughout the centuries.
Australian time
Wall clock, torch, thermometer and radio prototypes by Australian design duo Daniel To and Emma Aist...
Heinrich Hoerle, Franz Wilhelm Seiwert and Anton Raederscheidt
Paintings by Heinrich Hoerle, born 1895, Franz Wilhelm Seiwert, born 1894, and Anton Räderscheidt, ...
Klas Ernflo: Ink On Board
After his education at Beckmans College of Design, Klas moved to Barcelona where he started working ...
American Modern Paintings at Sotheby´s
Sotheby's New York sale on Wednesday, May 20th totaled $38,301,625 reflecting the continuous health ...
Modigliani: Your real duty is to save your dream
"What I am searching for is neither the real nor the unreal, but the subconscious, the mystery of wh...
Frank Stella: Radical Abstraction
In 1959, a newcomer in his early twenties takes New York’s art scene by storm: the American Frank ...
Gordon Walters: Koru
"My work is an investigation of positive/negative relationships within a deliberately limited range ...