Hernandez_Inspirations

Self-Portrait, Vincent van Gogh, 1889, From the collection of: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
I enjoyed how simple his marks are yet how they are,to me,very strategically placed they follow a form and have contrast when necessary.
Woman with a Parasol - Madame Monet and Her Son, Claude Monet, 1875, From the collection of: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
this painting really captures a moment in time, there is movement in the grass and the vastness of the sky as the two people stand and become part of it.
Superficial anatomy of the shoulder and neck (recto), Leonardo da Vinci, c.1510, From the collection of: Royal Collection Trust, UK
helps understand how a body works and to put into consideration the physical aspect of form.
Old Farmer, A.B. Frost, 1887, From the collection of: Norman Rockwell Museum
I really like the direction of the lines the artist used, the artist really knew which marks to make to show a distinction in textures.
Three Standing Men in Wide Cloaks Turned to the Left (recto), c. 1492-1496, Michelangelo Buonarroti, c. 1492-1496, From the collection of: Albertina
looks like he had complete control over his marks I cant see that he really layered anything, this pic shows really good value changes with really good control
Boy with a Crow, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, 1884, From the collection of: Ateneum Art Museum
I noticed that the boy stood out not only because of the sense of space but the detail in painting him, also the crow being another emphasis is placed in the remaining empty space.
Conveying a Child's Coffin, Albert Edelfelt, 1879, From the collection of: Ateneum Art Museum
I really like the technique side to this painting, how the sun shines on the people, the reflection of the boat and how the choice of color shows contrast, its a really beautiful painting although somewhat morbid.
Portrait of Professor Ivanov, Ilya Repin, 1882, From the collection of: Ateneum Art Museum
I really like the mood that this image presents the colors are a little dull, its not a vibrant as other portraits and this painting really conveys the mood
Ibiza-Dry Dock, Miguel Villá, 1966, From the collection of: Fundación Banco Santander
there is good planning in this piece for ex the sun that sines from the left side is consistent the middle shadows of the buildings help make these shapes convincing of being buildings
Landscape with a Pig and a Horse (Hiva Oa), Paul Gauguin, 1903, From the collection of: Ateneum Art Museum
this painting has a powerful choice of color by that I can clearly see every thing through contrast in color
St. Peter in Prison (The Apostle Peter Kneeling), Rembrandt van Rijn, 1631, From the collection of: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
this painting gives a dark mood by surrounding the main object in darkness at the same time emphasizing the facial expression of peter
Simson threatened his father-in-law, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 1635, From the collection of: Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
I though tis pic looked funny.. well there no real anger in the mans face it almost looks comical
Dead Blue Roller, 1500 (or 1512), Albrecht Dürer, 1500 (or 1512), From the collection of: Albertina
I like how he shows consistency in his marks when he draws different sections of the bird, the marks are short where they need to be and long to show distinction.
Snow Effect in a Quarry, Gustave COURBET, c.1870, From the collection of: Artizon Museum, Ishibashi Foundation
I like how obvious the rocks look in the painting. although its really messy it emphasizes the objects through some detail.
Public Exhibition of a Picture, Joan Ferrer Miró, Around 1888, From the collection of: Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC, Barcelona
I really like how there is all these things happening in the painting. well how all these people are doing all these actions.
Polder landscape with windmill near Abcoude, Willem Roelofs, circa 1870, From the collection of: Kunstmuseum
I noticed the detail made in this painting are made by very controlled brush strokes that give it the illusion that one person ma want to search for detail.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Aaron Shikler, 1970, From the collection of: The White House
this painting creates shadows that emphasize the form of the president, there are also detailed more concentrated areas that contrast to make them relevant.
Ronald Reagan, Aaron Shikler, 1980, From the collection of: Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery
I like how this artist teaches me not every thing has to be extremely detailed, he illustrates the face more carefully then the clothes and by doing so he emphasizes the face a bit more.
Warlugulong, Clifford POSSUM TJAPALTJARRI | Anmatyerr people, 1977, From the collection of: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
I really like the use of layering in this piece the dot contrast the background but still are analogous to it.
Dolores, Hidalgo, Guanajuato, México, Graciela Iturbide, 1979, From the collection of: Fundacion MAPFRE
I really like the contrast in this pic the background is an older wall that doesn't look clean so it contrast the man and the pig. also the placement of the person makes this pic interesting
Head of an Old Man, Carracci, Annibale, c.1590-92, From the collection of: Dulwich Picture Gallery
I enjoy hw this painting used an overall tone, the tone being brown
Monsignor Francesco Barberini, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, c. 1623, From the collection of: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
I like the smoothness of the face which is complimented by the robe.
(Abstract - Still life), Eric WILSON, 1939, From the collection of: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
there is movement in this piece the artist leads the viewer to look at a distance and to notice the variations in each section
Suite: Olympic Centennial Untitled, Carmelo Arden Quin, 1991, From the collection of: The Olympic Museum
I like the use of repetition and use of fading tones this artist also breaks lines and keeps most of them consistent
Old Man's Treasure (Das Katzchen), Karl Gussow, 1876, From the collection of: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
I enjoy the contrast that is shown in this work the foreground also has nice tones and tints that contrast each other
Francis Hayman, Louis François Roubiliac, 1702–1762, French, active in Britain (from 1730), ca. 1750, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
I really like the form of this piece for example how the form of the clothing was captured and the values that are created by the lighting.
Boys Playing on the Shore, Albert Edelfelt, 1884, From the collection of: Ateneum Art Museum
I really love how artist like this one can show such beautiful use of the environment to highlight form and balance this with the background.[by form I mean the sunlight giving more emphasized form.
Whitewashing the Old House, L.A. Ring, 1908, From the collection of: SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst
I enjoy how this artist doesn't need to have a lot of detail to show contrast and well basic elements this painting tells a story that is plain to see and placement is uniquely placed.
Yermak's Conquest of Siberia, Vasily Surikov, 1895, From the collection of: The State Russian Museum
this artist has good proportions when he draws people and knows how to fade the colors in the background to give it the illusion of depth.
Taking a Snow Town, Vasily Surikov, 1891, From the collection of: The State Russian Museum
this painting has nice vibrant colors to show contrast and have very sharp details in the people.
Spring frost, Elioth Gruner, 1919, From the collection of: Art Gallery of New South Wales
I enjoy how this artist uses the sun to emphasize the cows and how the shadows lead one to the focal points.
Vase of Flowers, Jan van Huysum, 1722, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
this painting has nice contrast and good values tints and tones in the colors in the flowers.
Military funeral, Isaac Israëls, 1882, From the collection of: Kunstmuseum
Weetangera, Canberra, Elioth Gruner, 1937, From the collection of: Art Gallery of New South Wales
I really like the still calmness of this painting and how it leads you up the painting but brings you back by having more vibrant colors in the foreground.
Landscape, Joaquín Peinado, 1962, From the collection of: Fundación Banco Santander
this particular painting shows overlap but is somewhat transparent to emphasize the lines and how they vary.
Ferry, Jacob Maris, 1870, From the collection of: Kunstmuseum
even though this painting has cracks one can clearly tell the distinction of the foreground to the background and I enjoy how both have same amount of detail.
Knight at the Crossroads, Victor Vasnetsov, 1882, From the collection of: The State Russian Museum
I enjoy how even when u see what the knight is looking at[the tombstone] you still are lead to see the horse's skull through the leading line which is used by the knight's spear.
Bringing Home the Body of King Karl XII of Sweden, Gustaf Cederström, 1884, From the collection of: Nationalmuseum Sweden
there sure is leading lines used to lead the viewer throughout this paint and the space in the left side is balanced by putting a man and child there.
The railway station, Redfern, Arthur Streeton, 1893, From the collection of: Art Gallery of New South Wales
I enjoyed how the artist gave this painting the rainy look without using raindrops.
Landscape at Louveciennes (Autumn), Camille Pissarro, 1870, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
the buildings being smoother than the rest are implied as emphasis but also the women and child only because they are present in the foreground.
The Last Moments of John Brown, Thomas Hovenden (1840–1895), ca. 1884, From the collection of: de Young museum
I really like the place in time that this takes place it captures a moment that is very powerful in itself. well we got people all mostly looking one direction which lead the viewer
Flock of sheep with shepherd in the snow, Anton Mauve, 1887/1888, From the collection of: Kunstmuseum
this painting's composition is that its surrounded by snow and a gray sky and by doing so not only present a mood but make it easy to show contrast
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