AR 310 Tenzin kalden

Galleries of painting that i have choose, illustrating the art through the ages and surveys the art of all periods from pre-history to the present and examines how artworks of the kinds have always reflected the historical contexts in which they were created. All these amazing paintings by the artist have used many form of style, medium, themes and forms to their paintings " art work".

it is triptych and painted on oil oak wood.
an abstract pattern of expressive line, shape and color depicted in this painting by the artist. it is believed that the artist did communicate his feelings about the electrifying vastness of the universe which is filled with whirling and exploding stars and galaxies of stars, where the earth and humanity huddling beneath it, but not representing the sky appearance.
The artist used on oil on canvas and representing the progress of the cosmos. The color of the paint shows a clear for the viewers to know that there is a wild wave.
the artist used oil on canvas. land scape view. vey cold weather, where they put on fire to warm themselves.
This is the drowning Ophelia from Shakespeare's play Hamlet. Picking flowers she slips and falls into a stream. Mad with grief after her father's murder by Hamlet, her lover, she allows herself to die. The flowers she holds are symbolic: the poppy means death, daisies innocence and pansies love in vain.The painting was regarded in its day as one of the most accurate and elaborate studies of nature ever made. The background was painted from life by the Hogsmill river in Surrey. Elizabeth Siddal posed for Ophelia in a bath of water kept warm by lamps underneath.
a view of a park where all are relaxing. this art of work viewed near is unclear to know the figure, but viewed from a distance makes sense what is the figure . Seurat's use of this highly systematic and "scientific" technique, subsequently called Pointillism, distinguished his art from the more intuitive approach to painting used by the Impressionists.
the artist painted this life fruit on a canvas. using strong yellow and also with sane color identifying the lemon. the artist used brush strokes that bear some resemblance to Japanese characters. .
a whole series of pictures called 'Vertical and Diagonal Planes'. Kupka gave the most beautiful and the most perfect of these the title 'Cathedral'. Here he combines his interests in music and architecture and interest on it since his youth.
This art use oil on canvas and presenting a landscape view. The artist,works were freely painted on a continuous roll of canvas, tacked onto a small stretcher.The location represented in this painting is unidentified but the hazy blue background, the aqueduct or bridge in the centre, and the tree dominating the right hand foreground, are all elements inspired by classical Italianate compositions. Turner had inherited this tradition from artists such as Claude Lorrain (about 1600-82) and Richard Wilson (1713-82).
the artist used oil on single oak panel. he conveys a narrative story through dramatic gesture and visual effects. Bewildered, Europa grasps the bull's horn, digs her fingers into his neck, and turns back to look at her companions on the water's edge. One young woman falls to the ground and raises her arms in alarm, dropping the flower garland intended for the bull's neck into her lap, while her friend clasps her hands in consternation and watches helplessly. The carriage driver above rises to his feet and stares at the departing princess in horror. In the background, a city shrouded in mist extends along the horizon, perhaps serving as an allusion to the ancient city of Tyre as well as to contemporary Amsterdam.The dark thicket of trees to the right contrasts with the pink and blue regions of the sea and sky. Sunlight breaks through the clouds and reflects off the water, but the sky behind the trees is dark and foreboding. A master of visual effects, Rembrandt took pleasure in describing the varied textures of sumptuous costumes and glittering gold highlights on the carriage and dresses.
The art of a swan where she is protecting her eggs from a dog, which is approaching menacingly from the left. The fierceness of the bird is emphasized by the feathers flying through the air. The artist has rendered the swan from a low vantage point, so that it appears even larger. Jan Asselijn owes his fame primarily to his Italianizing landscapes.
the artist’s encouragement a plan was improvised to photograph an ultra high resolution image of the phosphorescent paint glowing in the dark. This proved a serious technical challenge, but was duly met by an enthusiastic team and some creative use of lighting. The session ended near dawn, with the team proud of their work and deeply appreciative of both the artist’s efforts on the canvas, and of the meanings generated by them.
This paint is oil on canvas, presenting an exotic theme. used excessive colors. the people are struggling for their lives. This painting represents what was taken for granted as a British victory in the Battle of the Nile in 1798.
The artist presents post-imppressionism. the artist use oil on canvas and paints an seascape outdoors. In fast, he has used loose brushstrokes to capture the colour of the sea. He described it as 'a colour like mackerel.
This paint shows religious works by bringing spiritual , autheticity and topographical.Seddon represents the site in painstaking, sun-lit detail, paralleling the art critic John Ruskin's remarks that 'in following the steps of nature', artists were 'tracing the finger of God. oil on canvas.
during the 15th century, around 400 BCE.Marble relief, the artist The setting itself is significant. In the society of of ancient Greece, the dominant position of men is manifest even when the women are depicted. the two men clothing bunches in thick fold and the women linen chitonis pulled by her hand. It depicts of the gods Poseidon, Apollo and Aphrodite, on whose knees is perched aperched a winged Eros. Two fragments are located in the Britsih Museum and one fragment in Palermo.
The artist views his artwork as only science, however people say his painting provides poetry. This painting is in pointillism and in Neo- impressionism style. The artist shows Dissatisfied with the technique of the Impressionists, which he considered spontaneous and unmethodical, there fore, he turns to color theory and optics to develop his own method of painting, which he called Divisionism. Instead of mixing colors together on his palette, he applied individual, unmixed paints to the canvas, leaving the viewer's eye to mix the colors optically.This painting is one in a series of seascapes that Seurat painted in the French coastal village of Grand camp during the summer of 1885. Short horizontal brushstrokes fill the sky and sea, whereas the land is composed of dots of color. Seurat added the painted border later to complement the colors on the canvas and intensify its luminosity.
The artist used oil on canvas of this art. Rousseau describes the subject of The Sleeping Gypsy as: "A wandering Negress, a mandolin player, lies with her jar beside her (a vase with drinking water), overcome by fatigue in a deep sleep. A lion chances to pass by, picks up her scent yet does not devour her. There is a moonlight effect, very poetic. His sharp colors, fantastic imagery, and precise outlines—derived from the style and subject matter of popular print culture.
During the Kamakura period in early 14 th century. A sculpture of a buddha on a lotus and wood with gold leaf.
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