Things open from photographer Todd McLellan (Todd McLellan)
Probably all the boys like to disassemble different devices, see what mechanisms they have, some of them can disassemble for example the camera to the last screw, I do not…

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In the blue swirl of the dance. Essay on the painting by Edgar Degas
Edgar Degas "Blue dancers", 1897. Another great impressionist artist Edgar Degas has chosen as its main theme of creativity, the image of the dancers. His paintings abound with images of…

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How to make a beautiful bouquet of flowers
Bouquets of flowers,help people Express their feelings and emotions, there is no need for words, a beautiful flower bouquet, helps get rid of unnecessary words. Since ancient times, people made…

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Sculpture by Philippe Faraut

Philippe Faraut is a contemporary sculptor and artist, as well as a furniture designer, French teacher, and wood Carver.

Was born in 1963. Philippe received a degree in wood carving and the production of French fine furniture in his hometown of Annecy, France.

Philippe Faraut traveled a lot,visited Asia and Africa. after moving to the United States, he became interested in portrait sculpture made of clay and marble. Continue reading

Ivailo Petrov — Ivailo Petrov) - Bulgarian artist
Ivailo Petrov was born in 1965 in Sofia (Bulgaria). In 1984 he graduated From the school of Fine Arts in Sofia, and from 1990 to 1995 he studied at the…

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A person without a face. Essay on the painting by Vrubel
M. A. Vrubel " After the concert. By the fireplace", 1905. Mikhail Alexandrovich Vrubel is one of those representatives of Russian artists whose range of creativity had a huge scale.…

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Alan Fearnley — artist who paints cars
Alan Fearnley (Alan Fearnley) is an artist who specializes in the technique of movement, more precisely on cars. On its canvases you can see luxury vintage cars, as well as…

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Realistic images in art
Contemplating the paintings of contemporary artists working in the genres of surrealism, cubism, pop art, conceptualism, postmodernism, and others, one can't help but wonder whether realistic images are necessary or…

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