The history of art Four best eye painters, during 18th century RosAlba Carriera: Venetian woman painter (Italy), born October 7, 1675 in Chioggia, died in Venice April 15, 1757. Allegory of Music – Rosalba Carreiera (Author: Irina . Source: flickr) A Gentleman in a Gold Patterned Coat and Violet-Brown Cape – Rosalba Carriera (source: pt.wikipedia) […]Four best eye painters, during 18th century — paintdigi
Category: portrait painting
Vincent Van Gogh Cuts Off His Ear — December 23 1888
On December 23 1888, artist Vincent Van Gogh cut off his left ear following a row with fellow artist, Frenchman Paul Gaugin. There are, however, some alternative hypotheses.
The Dutch painter, who had previously relocated to Arles in the south of France, was struggling with deep depression. He had been finding it difficult to make an impact as an artist.
Nineteen months later, Van Gogh would take his own life. He had only been able to sell one painting; posthumously he was to become one of the most famous and loved artists ever.
*An astrological analysis of Vincent Van Gogh.
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Georges Seurat [1859-1891] — Marina Kanavaki (Reblog)
Self portrait French post-Impressionist artist Georges Seurat was born, December 2, 1859 in Paris, France, at 60 rue de Bondy. ❦ He is best known for devising the painting techniques known as chromoluminarism as well as pointillism. While less famous than his paintings, his conté crayon drawings have also garnered a great deal of critical […]Georges Seurat [1859-1891] — Marina Kanavaki
Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Hans Holbein the Younger — Blue Dragon Journal (Reblog)
Originally posted on Humoring the Goddess: Hans Holbein the Younger (1497-1543) was a German painter, draftsman, and designer, renowned for the precise rendering of his drawings and the compelling realism of his portraits, particularly those recording the court of King Henry VIII of England. Henry VIII Holbein the Younger was one of the most celebrated…Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Hans Holbein the Younger — Blue Dragon Journal
Quiet Landscapes: watercolours of Eric Ravilious 1 — The Eclectic Light Company (Reblog)
Influenced by the Shoreham landscapes of Samuel Palmer, and his teacher John Nash, here are the eerily empty landscapes of Essex, Sussex Downs, and elsewhere.Quiet Landscapes: watercolours of Eric Ravilious 1 — The Eclectic Light Company