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Vincent Van Gogh’s Letters

It is hardly possible to live nowadays and to be not aware of van Gogh and his works’ existence. It is hardly possible to be a full member of a modern society claiming for some degree of competence in classical and modern culture and to be not familiar with some of the details of van Gogh’s life and some of his major works.

Become an Artist – Tips to Guide You in Your Artistic Journey

So, you want to be an artist? Are you committed to this endeavor? Being an artist is a lifelong endeavor. One of dedication, always being open to new ideas and practice, practice, practice.

The Propagation of an Ideal

The technique that had made pop art canvas a staple in every single modernist and overtly simplified home can be credited to a theory that had lead to the ultimate expression ‘beauty lies in the eye of the beholder’. The pop art movement had been opened a house full of opportunity to all relativists and believers of the unique. The relativity in the utilisation of materials and the subject of pop art canvas, a rather popular sub-branch of the movement, can be credited to the belief to which the term ‘pop art’ had been coined from: that change…

The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ is a beautiful creation and seeing that the work is wholly from the memory of Van Gogh, only adds to its beauty and magnificence of this work of art. From the whirlyness of the brush marks that exude a sense of confusion and wind, to the glow of the stars upon the town below, the work is truly a magnificent creation, and a testament to the brilliance of Vincent Van Gogh.

Millais Paintings

John Everett Millais is well known alongside the likes of Waterhouse for famous oil paintings of the 19th century pre-Raphaelite art movement. Whilst Waterhouse came later, at the Royal Academy Schools Millais did meet William Holman Hunt and Dante Gabriel Rossetti for the first time, who were also to become stars of the pre-Raphaelite movement.

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