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  • Arsen Pochkhua-Georgian Artist

    Arsen Pochkhua was born in 1923 in Kutaisi. In 1944-49 he studied at the Tbilisi State Conservatoire at the orchestra faculty, the viola class. In 1944-1982 he worked at the Georgian Honoured State Sumphony Orchestra and was a viola and chamber class teacher at the Tbilisi lst musical school. In 1946 Lado Gudiashvili, ...

  • Théodore Géricault

    Géricault(Born: twenty six Sept 1791; Rouen, Normandy, France-Died: twenty six Gregorian calendar month 1824; Paris, France), Jean prizefighter ANDRE Theodore, French painter, the leader of the French realistic college, was born at Rouen in 1791. Géricault was AN influential French painter and graphic artist, renowned for The Raft of the ...

  • Ivan Aivazovsky

    Hovhannes Aivazian was born on July seventeen, 1817 within the town of Theodosia within the peninsula to a poor family. A primarily Romantic painter, Aivazovsky used some Realistic parts. Aivazovsky "remained trustworthy to the current movement all his life, even supposing he minded his work toward the Realist genre." By the decade, ...

  • Franz Marc

    Videotutorial El sueño Franz Marc Born on February 8, 1880. Munich, Bavaria, German Empire. He died on March 4, 1916 (death at age 36). Braquis, France. He studied at the Munich Academy of Art. Movement: Expressionism His works include: "Fate of the Animals", "Tiger", "The Yellow Cow", "Fighting Forms"...

  • Raphael

    Raphael Santi ( Raphael or Raffaelo ) ( ital. Raffaello Sanzio; born April 6, 1483 - died April 6, 1520 ) - artist, painter and architect of the Italian High Renaissance in Florence School representative. It is widely recognized artist. Works "Madonna konestabile " - Hermitage beauty , bending , horrified, gentle ...

  • Leonardo da Vinci

    Da Vinci's works Leonardo da Vinci was born in 1452 and died in 1519. Future genius father, a wealthy notary, Piero da Vinci, and landowner, was the most famous man in Florence, and his mother - Catherine, a mere woman. Leonardo's illegal to buy them. Leonardo's childhood, he loved to paint. In ...

  • Leonardo da Vinci

    Italian Renaissance talent and the world's most famous painter - inventor was born in Italy in 1452 (City Vinci). He died on May 2, 1519 at the age of 67. Painting Epiphany (1472-1475) - Uffizi Gallery, Florence , Italy Annunciation (1475-1480) - Uffiz Gallery Jinevra de benchi ( 1475 ) - National Gallery of Art ...

  • Leonardo or Michelangelo

    Naturally, the question arises: "Which is the greater genius of the artist ." These two are different in their style and working with titanium . You can see a picture of Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" and Michelangelo "David" . It became a symbol of the works of these two artists . ...

  • The secret of Mona Lisa’s smile lies in Leonardo’s painting

    Vasari praising this Image quality : " Any person who wishes to see just how well the art of creating a nature to imitate the freely, assured his example , because Leonardo here for all the details to create ... eyes full of brilliance and wet as a live person ...

  • Mona Lisa

    Mona Lisa (also known as Gioconda) - Leonardo da Vinci's portrait, which was created around the year 1503. He was in the world - one of the most famous drawings in the field of art. It belongs to the period of revival. Exhibited at Louvre (Paris, France). It is difficult to ...

  • Leonardo da Vinci (1452 -1519)

    Leonardo da Vinci (Italian Leonardo da Vinci; born April 15, 1452, Italy - died May 2, 1519, France) - Renaissance era Italian architect, musician, inventor, engineer, anatomists, sculptor and painter natural. Interesting facts "The Last Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci, the greatest problem faced: it must show good and evil in the ...

  • Gigo Gabashvili

    1882-1883 he studied in j . Kepenis private art school, Franz worked batalist rubos with that of the military - Historical Museum of painted images . 1886-1888 he studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in the academic direction of Professor B. . Vilvaldes the years 1894-1897 - Academy ...

  • George (Gigo) Gabashvili

    George Gabashvili -The Bazaar in Samarkand The 1894 painting "The Bazaar in Samarkand" - was sold in April 2006 - New York Christie auction of 1 million 136 thousand dollars, neither the buyer nor the seller is not known. George (Gigo) Ivanovich Gabashvili (born 9 October / November 21, 1862, Tbilisi - ...

  • El Greco

    El Greco (Doménikos Theotokópoulos ) was born in Crete, which was at that time part of the Republic of Venice . At the age of 26 went to Venice to study . If such a thing was common at the time of the Greeks for men who want to get a ...

  • El Greco (1541 – 7 April 1614)

    The Agony in the Garden_El Greco El Greco ( born April 7, 1541 , died in 1614 ) - Spanish Renaissance painter , sculptor and architect . As a rule , the Greek letters were signing their works Full Name : Doménikos Theotokópoulos (Δομήνικος Θεοτοκόπουλος). Thus he was emphasizing his Greek origin ...

The Scream by Edvard Munch, a version of which was recovered in an undercover sting operation in 1994. Photograph: AP Scotland Yard detectives played a key role in the undercover sting operation which recovered the stolen Norwegian painting, The Scream, it was revealed yesterday. Norwegian police found Edvard Munch‘s masterpiece virtually undamaged at a hotel in south Norway on Saturday. Three Norwegians were later arrested. According to the daily newspaper Dagenbladet, two Metropolitan Police  [ Read More ]

It is a Scream that has created an uproar in the world of art auctions and has become the most expensive painting. The only privately owned version of Edvard Munch’s The Scream set a world record Wednesday when it sold for $119.9 million at Sotheby’s in New York. The 1895 pastel which features a haunted figure in front of a red backdrop, surpassed estimates to become the most expensive work of art to be sold at auction following the  [ Read More ]

Beautiful

In his famous 1758 treatise, Edmund Burke defines Beauty as “a name I shall apply to all such qualities in things as induce in us a sense of affection and tenderness, or some other passion most nearly resembling these…It is not by the force of long attention and enquiry that we find any object to be beautiful; beauty demands no assistance from our reasoning; even the will is unconcerned; the  [ Read More ]

The Neoclassical principles of balance and symmetry were more often found in the landscape traditions of the seventeenth century(epitomized by the French royal garden, Versailles), and were displaced by the new open designs of Capability Brown and his followers by the mid-eighteenth century. Nevertheless, features such as parterre gardens, allées (double rows of trees flanking a path or road) and the frequent use of classical statuary and Roman-style garden buildings  [ Read More ]

Neoclassical

Neoclassical painting tended to be heroic or tragic in subject, often depicting famous events from history or literature. But Neoclassical principles could be found even in eighteenth-century portraits and still lifes, at least those in which the compositions were above all symmetrical and harmonious. Human figures were painted ideally rather than realistically, and sometimes a little larger than life. Landscapes features were presented as regular shapes rather than naturally asymmetrical  [ Read More ]

Neoclassicism

Neoclassicism was the dominant aesthetic movement in Europe during the eighteenth century. Artists and thinkers turned to what they understood to be the values of classical Greece and (especially) Rome, valuing order, harmony, balance and tradition in the work of art. In England, the admiration of many eighteenth-century thinkers for Imperial Rome, seen as a model for England’s own expanding empire, led contemporaries to call their period “Augustan” after the  [ Read More ]

Gothic painting

The term “Gothic painting” usually means the church painting of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, with its characteristic flat perspective, bright colors, use of gold leaf, and the typical religious subject matter (divine figures are often shown sporting a flat gold circle around their heads, for example). Eighteenth-century Gothic painting could either imitate this style (especially in the medium of stained glass) or choose as subject matter a Gothic building  [ Read More ]

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Arsen Pochkhua-Georg

Arsen Pochkhua was born in 1923 in Kutaisi. In 1944-49 he ...

Théodore Géricault

Géricault(Born: twenty six Sept 1791; Rouen, Normandy, France-Died: twenty six ...

Ivan Aivazovsky

Hovhannes Aivazian was born on July seventeen, 1817 within the ...

Franz Marc

Videotutorial El sueño Franz Marc Born on February 8, 1880. Munich, Bavaria, ...

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