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Potato Eaters by Van Gogh

Potato Eaters is a famous Vincent Van Gogh oil painting which is covered in full in this extensive article which aims to give you all you need to know about the Potato Eaters oil painting, including it’s legacy and also to explain where it fits into Vincent Van Gogh’s life and career. A good question from those who study the works of Vincent Van Gogh and other impressionist and expressionist artists is why is Potato Eaters so famous when it has such drab colours and less than a positive outlook.

Artists, Beware of Phony Online Art Buyers

If you are selling your art on the internet sooner or later you will be the target of email scams by bogus art buyers. Learn how to identify these types of email scams and avoid losing your money.

Color Theory Basics

A lot of people first start designing websites in colors they like. So many times they end up with a color scheme that clashes or just looks bad. Occasionally they will get lucky and end up with a scheme that goes together and looks good, however most of the time the scheme is hard for viewers to look at.

The Story of a Portrait – John Singer Sargent’s Real Life “Madame X”

John Singer Sargent’s portrait of Madame X is an iconic portrait. Popular today for reproductions, posters and as an example for portrait painters. However when it was first painted it destroyed the image of the sitter, Amelie Gautreau.

How to Draw the Skeleton of a Stegosaurus

Stegosaurus is a genre of stegosaurid-armored dinosaur, which lived in the Late Jurassic Age. A heavily built, herbivorous quadruped, Stegosaurus owned a unique posture, with a heavily curved back, small forelimbs, head held low, and a rigid tail. It had an array of plates and spikes used for defense and thermoregulatory (heat control) functions. Stegosaurus lived during the early Cretaceous Period, about 140 million years ago. They lived in North America. Stegosaurus or ‘roofed lizard’ were 9 meters long and weighed 2 tonnes.

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