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    Artwork for home

    It is getting colder, sandals remain in the closet, clothes become thicker, and in the evening when you arrive home, the first thing you will do is make a cup of tea to increase your body temperature – in short, autumn is knocking at the door! And with him the need of warmth and comfort and the longing for the…

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    Meet the artist Naomi Devil, painter

    You in a nutshell (nationality, medium of work …)? I was born 1987 in Budapest Hungary. I live and work in Budapest and Vienna. My time is divided between the two cities. I had my first exhibition at an early age, I was only 16. I spent 12 years studying at three different universities and finished successfully two of my…

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    Classicism’s most beautiful paintings

    At the end of the 18th century, classicism paved the way for art. Reverted to the baroque and the allegory, the artists of the Classicist movement were inspired by the understanding of beauty from Ancient and Roman art. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres –Le Bain turc, 1862 The Turkish bath was originally commissioned by Prince Napoleon. He sent it back and…

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    Lithography: the Variety and Democracy of a medium

    Lithography is one of the greatest artistic developments of the 19th century. Literally translated as “writing on stone”, lithography is a technique that involves etching a drawing in oil or fat, and using the immiscibility (inability to be mixed) of ink and water to make an imprint, usually on paper. It enabled artists and illustrators to duplicate drawings and texts…

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    Marine in art

    As Marinus = at sea, motives such as ships, sea, ocean and port are popular and frequently used themes in Navy arts. Early up the sixteenth century both professional artists and laymen took up the theme of the navy and brought it to the canvases. Various artists were instantly attracted by the power and beauty of the water, recreating both…

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    How art came to the canvas

    Art captures periods of time. In our 21st digitized century, creativity is still present in the foundation of art and completely exploits the unlimited possibilities. With the application of Pixel Art, the new computer art is a high contender, a graphic artist edit your works on the PC, Photoshop has become the tool of choice for most photographers, colours can…

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    The 5 most romantic scenes in Impressionist paintings

    Painting real life in “plein air”, captivating the impression of the moment, collecting light effects and neglecting the linear perspective are the words that spring to mind when talking about Impressionism.We are taking a journey through the most romantic scenes from Impressionist paintings and would like to present you a selection that is a little different from the most popular…

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    Meet the artist Mahirwan Mamtani, Painter

    Short summary about you I was born in 1935 in Sindh (at that time British India and now Pakistan). After the partition of India in 1947 we lost our homes and migrated to Delhi. Lived under poor conditions in refugee camps. No schooling, different language and sickness. We were 8 members in the family living together in 12 square meter…