Posts tagged painting.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Adolfo Bimer.

El Enfermo.

Fantasma en Roto Mayor.

supersonicelectronic:

Lee Jin Ju.

ryandonato:

Samantha French

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#Art  #painting  

supersonicelectronic:

Henrietta Harris.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Laura Sanders.Pools, Lakes and Rivers, 2009-2010.

Sun-drenched. Oil on canvas.

Last Summer. Oil on canvas.

http://laurasanders.see.me/

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Sergio Garval.Naufragos.

Sergio Garval‘s work depicts collective scenes or happenings, plentiful of anonymous characters, subtleties and ambiguities nested in the rim of Life and Theatre . He links image to transience through rather spontaneous, dislocated forms that could be defined and compared to a composition signed by Goya. His is a reckoning of human condition as well as a negative vision of living experience; it is solitude, fragility and sarcasm that provide a tragic sense to the existential representation of mankind. (via Evoke Contemporary) (by Honey)

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Nathan Walsh.

Queensboro Bridge, 2009. Oil on linen, 196 x 236 cm. Private Collection - UK

New York Reflections, 2009. Oil on linen, 160 x 190 cm. Private Collection - Switzerland.

Little Russia, 2009. Oil on linen, 170 x 225 cm. Private Collection - USA.

Sicilian Avenue, 2008. Oil on linen, 185 x 230 cm. Private Collection - UK.

http://www.nathanwalsh.net/

supersonicelectronic:

Michelle Ramin.

supersonicelectronic:

Erin Murray.

lionskeleton:

Jo Ratcliffe

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#art  #painting  
  April 15, 2012 at 05:28pm

lionskeleton:

Hyperrealism paintings by Jason de Graaf

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  April 05, 2012 at 10:55am

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Akira Beard.  Seeds, 2011. Water soluble oil paint on paper 9” x 12”.

nattonelli:

J. M. W. Turner -Moonlight, a Study at Millbank

worldpaintings:

The Paris of Édouard Cortès 

Édouard Leon Cortès (1882–1969) was a French post-impressionist artist known as “the Parisian Poet of Painting”. His views of Paris are among the most telling and beautiful images of this genre, capturing the city during all seasons for more than 60 years. Cortès seized the magic of Paris during its transition from the romantic Belle Epoque to the modern, 20th century capital as we know it.
It was at the turn of the century, c.1900, that he began to paint the scenes he would become most famous for – Paris streets and monuments. At that time views of this gorgeous city, “the City of Lights”, were in great demand by both collectors and tourists. Édouard Cortès answered their call and thus he found his niche, becoming one of the most prolific artists of his time.
A legacy of master paintings is now found in most prestigious collections throughout Europe, the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, South America and Japan.