Seurat and Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte is the perfect representation of what pointillism has been able to provide to the art world itself. It was born out of Georges Seurat’s scientific theory that painting using a series of tiny dots would be able to produce more vibrant colors than what painting using brush strokes would be able to provide.Picasso’s ‘The Old Guitarist’
‘The Old Guitarist’ was created in the City of Madrid Spain, and was an initial effort by Picasso to demonstrate the power and functionality of ‘Cubism’ and the color ‘blue’. Created in 1903, after the death of Casagemas, Pablo Picasso’s ‘The Old Guitarist’ is one of the best representations of the ‘Blue’ period for Picasso.
Hockney’s pool refers to a series of famous paintings by British artist David Hockney during his time living in the United States, where he shares his time along with Northern England. Paintings by Hockney included A Bigger Splash and Portrait of an artist (Pool with two figures) which followed a common setting and vibrant colour choice, which has proven both his signature and also the key element of his success.Graphic Designing is an Art
In today’s economy, competition is getting tougher and tougher. In this economic downturn getting a job is a challenge and companies are in need for multi-talented professionals for designing their company’s future.Hand-Colored Photographs by Wallace Nutting-Like Photographers
Although Wallace Nutting was America’s best-known producer of hand-colored photography during America’s 1900-1940 “Golden Age of Hand-Colored Photography”, he was by no means the only photographer selling hand-tinted photos. This article will introduce you to Early 20th Century Hand-Colored Photographs by Wallace Nutting-Like Photographers.