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THE COLLECTOR'S EYE: PETER DE SÈVE

THE COLLECTOR'S EYE: PETER DE SÈVE

2 hours ago   |   Illustration Art

When Rembrandt declared bankruptcy in 1656, an official from the Amsterdam Insolvency Office showed up at his house at No. 4 Breestraat to inventory Rembrandt's...
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"Too Loose?"

"Too Loose?"

4 hours ago   |   Karin Jurick

8 x 10"oil on panel Stand close to a painting by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec because there is much to see besides the general color scheme or composition. You are probably...
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Introduction to a New World: Processing the Stubblebine Collection

Introduction to a New World: Processing the Stubblebine Collection

19 hours ago   |   Smithsonian

The journey from student to intern in a new city isn't always the easiest transition. I was fortunate, however, to find a welcome environment that values questions and...
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Flashback Friday: Behind the Scenes at Smithsonian Institution Archives

Flashback Friday: Behind the Scenes at Smithsonian Institution Archives

19 hours ago   |   Smithsonian   |   2 articles

Smithsonian Institution Archives, image number 2004-10338. Jim Wallace, Lorie Aceto, and Roberta Diemer among the negative files in Office of Printing and Photographic...
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Flashback Friday: Behind the Scenes at Smithsonian Libraries

Flashback Friday: Behind the Scenes at Smithsonian Libraries

19 hours ago   |   Smithsonian   |   2 articles

Smithsonian Institution Archives, image number MAH-3666. The library in the United States National Museum Building, now known as the Arts & Industries Building , was located in...
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A Vast Array of Urban Street Art Aerially Photographed and Digitally Cataloged by Oddviz

22 hours ago   |   Colossal

 Istanbul-based collective oddviz uses photogrammetry to documents the world in three dimensions. By merging together aerial and ground-level images, the team is able to form...
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Life-Size Origami Becomes a Fashion Statement in Dramatic Paper Costumes Worn by Ballet Dancers

Life-Size Origami Becomes a Fashion Statement in Dramatic Paper Costumes Worn by Ballet Dancers

22 hours ago   |   Colossal

All photographs © Melika Dez Montreal-based artists Melika Dez and Pauline Loctin met in January 2018 and decide to combine their imaginations in a creative collaboration. The...
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Herzog & de Meuron Release Revised Plans for Museum of 20th Century Design in Berlin

Herzog & de Meuron Release Revised Plans for Museum of 20th Century Design in Berlin

1 day ago   |   Arch Daily

Museum of the 20th Century. Image Courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron Swiss practice Herzog & de Meuron have released revised plans for the Museum of the 20th Century project in...
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Le Corbusier's Paintings Showcased for the First Time Since 1966

Le Corbusier's Paintings Showcased for the First Time Since 1966

2 days ago   |   Arch Daily

Trois baigneuses, 1935. Image © The Foundation Le Corbusier / FLC ADGAP They say one cannot separate art from the artist , or perhaps in this case, the artist from the...
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Flashback Friday: Behind the Scenes at Smithsonian Libraries

Flashback Friday: Behind the Scenes at Smithsonian Libraries

3 days ago   |   Smithsonian

Smithsonian Institution Archives, image number MAH-3666. The library in the United States National Museum Building, now known as the Arts & Industries Building , was located in...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Quick Photo Demo and Tips for Painting Grass

Quick Photo Demo and Tips for Painting Grass

'Summer Tango' 16x12 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $175 My grass painting has evolved. I have gone through the stages from painting every blade of grass with stiff... Read more ...

Gary 'Gaz' Jones | Hungry Ghost Festival

Gary 'Gaz' Jones | Hungry Ghost Festival

Photo © Gary Jones | All Rights Reserved Readers of this blog know full well of my current 'obsession' with Chinese Opera and its various incarnations, especially when... Read more ...

A $10 Headshot Versus a $25 Headshot

A $10 Headshot Versus a $25 Headshot

A university student named Amish recently learned one of the basic truths of photography : you generally get what you pay for. Amish, who's currently studying at the University... Read more ...

Watercolor Artist Magazine

Watercolor Artist Magazine

Just received my October issue of Watercolor Artist...I tried to take a picture but did not do too great. I was honored to have these two pages plus parts of 3 other pages!!!... Read more ...

1769 Summer Sailing

1769 Summer Sailing

I started this painting yesterday, its from a photo I took out at the causeway park here in Ft. Pierce. Its a good sized one, 12 x 16 inches, oil on masonite. Buy this painting... Read more ...

Francesco Lazzaro Guardi. Born on this day in 1712

Francesco Lazzaro Guardi. Born on this day in 1712

October 05, 1712. Francesco Lazzaro Guardi was an Italian painter of veduta*, nobleman, and a member of the Venetian School. He is considered to be among the last... Read more ...

A trick AND a treat

A trick AND a treat

A Trick AND a Treat. This is basically the same sketch as last week. The first one was a doodle but I liked it so I wanted to see if I could reuse the character. The second... Read more ...

THE THINGS THAT NUDITY REVEALS

THE THINGS THAT NUDITY REVEALS

Artist Gaston Lachaise spent a lifetime drawing and sculpting nude images of his wife and muse, Isabel. Despite the fact that she weighed a mere 110 pounds when they met, he... Read more ...

Back "home"?

Back "home"?

It's no longer "home", but it's not totally a foreign country either, so I don't really know what to call it anymore! The thing is, however, that I'm back to Paris today, to... Read more ...

Work in progress

Work in progress

I love how, in Paris, they hide their work in progress behind huge canvases. It's primarily an ad, of course , but look at the way they reproduced the windows and even the café... Read more ...