Ida Ekblad Norwegian artist

Ida Ekblad’s practise incorporates painting and sculpture but also poetry, filmmaking and performance. The Norwegian artist has collaborated with multiple artists and musicians. Her sources of inspiration include artist figures such as Odilon Redon, Joy Orbison, Lina Bo Bardi, the acting of Gena Rowlands and the writing of Haldis MorenRead More →

Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828 - 1882)

Dante Gabriel Rossetti was a British painter and poet. He was born in London. He studied drawing with Cotman and, in 1848, with Holman Hunt. Read More →

The ancient theatre fresco by Gustave Louis Jaulmes

Gustave-Louis Jaulmes (1873 – 1959) was a Swiss architect and designer. He was born in Lausanne. He was professionally active in Paris. Read More →

Keith Haring Icons

Keith Haring was best known for his graffiti-like painting, initially on the black paper used to cover discontinued billboard advertisements in the New York subway. After after a feverish 1980’s style career of surging popular success and grudging critical attention, Haring died of AIDS in 1991 at the age of 31.Read More →

Example of painting by Guido Vedovato

Guido Vedovato was born in 1961 in the north of Italy. Self-taught, he progressively became, in the 1970s, a naïve painter and sculptor, it started as a hobby then he became more and more professional. Source: Paintings by Guido VedovatoRead More →

Cécile of Tiny Windows creates lush thread painting that depicts people in outdoor environments. From the desert to tropical palms to snow-covered mountains, we get a peek into their lives as they enjoy the scenery. I don’t know about you, but most of my day-to-day life is spent at aRead More →

Huntz Liu art

Huntz Liu, Three Dimensional Illustrations. Artist Huntz Liu hand-cuts thousands of pieces of paper to form his jaw-dropping three-dimensional illustrative sculptures. Don’t miss Supersonic Art on Instagram! Source: Huntz Liu, Three Dimensional Illustrations.Artist Huntz Liu…Read More →

Digital art by Romain Bonnet. Female in black-and-white with orange mascara and orange lipstick.

“A former professional flamenco guitarist, I took my musical retreat in the South of France to dedicate myself to another form of art that allows me to associate several forms of artistic expressions, such as painting or manipulated photography. Source: Digital art by Romain BonnetRead More →

In February, London’s Dulwich Picture Gallery will present the first ever exhibition outside of Norway of Harald Sohlberg (1869–1935), one of the greatest masters of landscape painting in the history of Norwegian art. Timed to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Sohlberg’s birth, it will bring together over 90 works,Read More →

There are two ways of looking at what a semi-professional is. Either they are somebody who is receiving payment for an activity but NOT as a full-time occupation NOR relying entirely on it for a living Or they are somebody who is spending a lot of time on an activityRead More →

Intricate Landscape Paintings Highlight the Wild Beauty of the Natural Michelle Morin paints idyl­lic land­scape art that will ignite your sense of wan­der­lust. Her works, devoid of peo­ple, show­case the beau­ty of the wild. Bunch­es of bram­bles, tall grass­es, and fields of flow­ers rule her com­po­si­tions and cre­ate intri­cate rela­tion­shipsRead More →

One of the best things about Tate Modern’s Picasso exhibition is it contains some terrible art. I mean real howlers. Paintings in which we see the modern master fluffing his lines and losing his form. It’s such a relief. Not because we learn he is fallible like the rest ofRead More →

Contributed by Production Type Source: http://www.buildingparis.fr © Building Paris/Julien Lelièvre. License: All Rights Reserved. In 2013, T&P Work UNit has been commissioned to conceive BETC’s new offices in Les Magasins Généraux warehouses, Pantin, France, a former granary well known for becoming the favorite graffiti artists’ playground for almost a decade (interactive explorationRead More →

William Glackens debt to the Impressionists can be seen in the intense colours, the energetic brushwork and textured surface.   I call this the boathouse.Read More →

The Magpie was one of Monet’s early attempts at capturing the effects of snow on the landscape.  This palette is called the Magpie.Read More →