Born 24 Apr, 1889 near Moscow, Popova was born to a wealthy family and grew up with a strong interest in art. She brought a myriad of modern influences to Russian art, in particular with regard to Cubism and Futurism. Representation of movement was one of her many facets, as
Born: Apr 23, 1775 at Covent Garden, London, Turner was one of the great, if not the greatest, masters of light, Turner specialised in seacscapes, and landscapes, often turbulent and imaginative, always interesting. This painting of a GWR train at speed in rain, shows his trademark atmospheric tonality.
Born Apr 12 1885 in Paris, Robert Delaunay was a French artist noted for using strong colours and geometric shapes. With his wife Sonia, he was the driving force behind the Orphism movement. As with many artists, his later works were more abstract. This is one of his Rhythm pieces.
Where does art begin and where does it end? I am currently working on an order. It is about 120x80cm acrylic painting from Times Square in NY. The client sent me a self-taken photo as a reference and told me which of my pictures he particularly likes, especially which color
Born in Grasse, France Apr 5, 1732 he was a Rococo master, painting with a remarkable exuberance and hedonism (embodied by this picture of a love triangle: The Swing). One of the most prolific artists active in the last decades of the C18, Although Fragonard created more than 550 paintings,
Born Mar 31 1885, Julius ( aka Jules) Pincas in Bulgaria. A troubled soul, he was educated in Vienna, became an American citizen and committed suicide in Paris after spending most of his life in Montparnasse sensitively painting (mainly) women. Here’s Les petites Américaines
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This work shows the Sampaguita Martyr, a father who services his children who sells “Sampaguitas” (Jasmine flowers). He drives his pedicab, a small pedal-operated vehicle, to make their way to the nearby church where they sell their Sampaguitas. In mostly Roman Catholic Philippines, it is tradition to buy these flowers