Archive for the ‘Artists’ Category

Monet, A Lover of Nature

Thursday, March 7th, 2013
Throughout the history of oil painting, the importance of Claude Monet, who was born in Paris on Nov 14th 1840 and died on Dec 15th 1926, is definitely doubtless and obvious During his life span of 86 years, his creation of art never stopped exploring a higher level to depict and illustrate the world of pure nature Read The Post [...]

A Solitary Soul

Thursday, March 7th, 2013
Vincent Van Gogh nowadays is a symbol of the masterpiece, and a representative of priceless works; yet, no one can ever imagine, quite ironically, this name back at his time stood for oblivion, if not absolute failure, detested by painters, friends and even women Vincent's oil paintings are famous for the gross beauty and cool color they display Read The Post [...]

Umberto Boccioni Futurist Spokesmen and Artist

Monday, January 14th, 2013
Umberto Boccioni was born in Reggio, Calabria on October 10, 1882 and lived until August 17, 1916 While he was born in Southern Italy, he moved around a great deal and spent a large amount of his childhood years in Sicily Read The Post [...]

Picasso Art in Blue Period, Rose Period and Cubism

Sunday, November 25th, 2012
Picasso art is available with many different perspectives and styles These pieces can be ordered online or through a gallery Read The Post [...]

Understanding the Beauty of Van Gogh Paintings

Friday, February 24th, 2012
In history, there are only very few remarkable works of art, and you cannot deny the fact that Van Gogh paintings have always been one of those The way Van Gogh created his paintings is just different and it appeals to more people, compared to the work of the other artists Read The Post [...]

Winslow Homer Biography

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012
When speaking of Winslow Homer, the great artist of the 19th century, it is important to remember that the majority of his works were never seen by the public To put this in a better perspective and to be more concise with this statement, Winslow Homer sometimes did not receive credit for his work Read The Post [...]