George Grie — neosurrealist artist
George Grier was born on may 14, 1962 in the USSR, real name Yuri Gribovsky. Georg Grie is a neo-surrealist artist.George is a Prime example of the fact that digital…

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About Turkish art
It is believed that the first Turkish Principality was formed after the Mongol invasion of Turkish lands. After the formation of the Turkish Principality, it actively waged war with neighboring…

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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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Escha van Den Bogerd (Escha Van Den Bogerd) – Dutch painting

Escha van den Bogerd was born in 1972 in the Hague, Holland. I started drawing at the age of three. She studied fine art at the Rudolf Steiner school.

After graduating from the school of art, Escha went on a tour of Europe, where she took several courses on fine arts. She visited, among others, Florence, Italy, Salzburg, Austria, and several cities in her native Holland.

In her works, the artist uses the method of painting, in which abstract and figurative elements of the image are combined and reinforce each other. The result is paintings that combine traditional figurative painting with a modern style that has been refreshingly influenced by the culture of many of the countries she has visited. Eschi’s work is characterized by exceptional intensity, dynamics and abstract poetics, which have a deep sensitivity and great emotional power. Her Nude female figures harmoniously combine figurative and abstract elements and use dynamism and great emotional power, combined with femininity and sensitivity.

Wooden boards from the artist Ivan hoo (Ivan Hoo)
Ivan hoo is a hyperrealist artist. Initially, Ivan Hu specialized in the portrait genre. Although some people criticize hyperrealism, allegedly for its "simplicity" in terms of transmitting a certain meaning,…

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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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Graffiti on the wall in the room ?
Graffiti comes from the Italian word "graffito" which translates as scrawled. Probably the very first graffiti, you can consider scratched drawings in caves. Of course, there is a huge difference…

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About cellophane bags. Creative design
Probably the most interesting inventions occur as they say by themselves. The well-known cellophane was obtained by accident in 1911, when a Swiss chemist wanted to invent a universal coating…

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