Esoteric surrealism in mysterious fiction paintings that help to look into
It is no secret to anyone that human nature is mysterious, and can manifest itself both from the light and from the dark side. Therefore, it is very difficult to…

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Romance with nude notes and historical motifs in fabulous paintings by a Siberian artist
The spectator, having first encountered the works of the Siberian artist Vladimir Rasputin, invariably feels tremendous emotions and sincere admiration for the fabulously romantic images and original manner of writing.…

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Stylish retro and subtle surre in the pictures
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…

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The personal drama of the French artist Emile Mounier, which inspired him to paint children’s portraits

There are not so many painters in the world history of art who dedicated their work to children’s portraits. For, in order to capture the lovely mischievous and immediate children, the artist is required to have an immense sense of patience and love for them. These qualities were abound in the French artist of the mid-19th century – Emile Mounier, who was considered the best painter of his time, who devoted himself entirely to this genre. And his attitude to his barefoot heroes, causing delight and affection from the public – not at all banal sentimentalism, but the personal drama of the artist. Continue reading

Magic in a box with pencils: Anna Yvonne Gilbert’s fabulous illustrations

Beautiful princesses and mysterious princes, Santa Claus and his wife, horses with flowing manes, swans in golden crowns … and all this – with colored pencils! In this cozy, sophisticated and sometimes creepy world invites lovers of fairy tales artist Anna Yvonne Gilbert.

Anna Yvonne Gilbert was born in 1951. The artist’s childhood passed in foggy Northumberland, and, as you know, Great Britain presented the world with many brilliant artists who create their own worlds! Recall Beatrice Potter or Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale … Anna Yvonne Gilbert is in their lineup. Continue reading

Kiss of Madness: Passionate paintings by an artist who spent her whole life in a psychiatric clinic

Alois Korbats had dreamed of love all her life, but she was destined to be constantly monitored by doctors and … world-wide fame, which was not at all interesting for her. In her strange drawings there is the gushing joy of the life she was deprived of.

The “art of outsiders” is created outside the walls of academies and art workshops, but often in the dungeons of clinics and prisons, generated by silence, isolation, suffering, or loss of connection with reality. Continue reading

Kiss of Madness: Passionate paintings by an artist who spent her whole life in a psychiatric clinic
Alois Korbats had dreamed of love all her life, but she was destined to be constantly monitored by doctors and ... world-wide fame, which was not at all interesting for…

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"Jan van Eyck was here": How did the artist, from which the era of the Northern Renaissance began
The painting of the Northern Renaissance, which became a consequence of the awakening of Europe from the medieval stagnation, differs from the works of the Italian Renaissance. This originality is…

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Riddles of the Tretyakov Gallery: What secrets hide paintings of Kramskoy and Vrubel
The unique collection of the museum has more than 180 thousand works of Russian art from different eras and styles. And behind each masterpiece of the Tretyakov Gallery is its…

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How in the modern world fake antique art
The problem of fraud exists for millennia. George Vasari - the author of the famous "Lives of the most famous painters, sculptors and architects," spoke about the amazing case of…

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