Monthly Archives: January 2019
In recent years, contemporary artists more and more often turn to watercolors, the most complex painting technique, and discover its amazing possibilities more widely and more deeply. And despite the fact that works painted with water-based paint are not as durable as those made with oil, many masters give their preference to watercolors. So the American watercolorist Steve Hanks (Steve Hanks) devoted 35 years of his work to her, creating incredible emotionally colored subject portraits of children and adults. Continue reading
During the life of Titian Vecellio da Cadore was awarded the title of “King of painters and painters of kings” by his contemporaries. He was considered the best portrait painter of his time, and to be imprinted on his canvas meant to gain eternal immortality. Whom the great Titian immortalized on the allegorical canvas of the late period – further in the review.
Titian lived a long and fruitful creative life, which spanned almost three quarters of the turbulent 16th century. He had to endure both the years of the highest prosperity and the years of the deepest crisis of the whole culture of the Renaissance of Italy. Continue reading
The brighter and more diverse the work, the more interesting it is. Following this rule, German artist Catherine Welz-Stein (Catrin Welz-Stein) combines incompatible things. Her works are an amazing symbiosis of children’s fairy tales, mysteriously mystical short stories, old illustrations, time-battered photographs and postcards found by chance somewhere in the attic, and, perhaps, at the flea market.
Apparently, Catherine decided not to adhere to a definite answer “yes” or “no” to a number of questions that often interest not only the viewer, but also the artist himself. Continue reading