Nowadays, more and more people tend to have at home, not just a cheap copy, or “Chinese stamping of the picture”, but author’s works written in oil paints.
So why do more and more people want to see at home even a copy of the famous oil painting, but always made by hand, without the use of stamping and other technical means.
Since ancient times, people believed that images, especially paintings, have a strong energy effect on a person and his condition. Continue reading
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 ballerinas at various points in their work. But the artist himself has always said that depicting dancers is just an excuse to make an attempt to catch the movement of figures and depict wonderful, as if flying fabrics.
In his work, the artist has undoubtedly achieved perfection: his figures live in dance, interact with each other. Continue reading
One of the goals of art is to communicate people with each other and to convey realistic images of the world around them.
Thanks to the artists and landscapes created by them, people could learn about different cities in Europe, different countries and different parts of our planet that are so different from their native places.
Thanks to the paintings of Ivan Aivazovsky, you could find out how different the sea can be, look at the paintings of Italian artists Antonio Canale and Francesco Guardi, feel the charm of Venice, contemplate the paintings of Peter de Hoch and Jacob van Ruisdael, and feel the peculiarities of Holland. Continue reading