Bruno Catalano is a French sculptor, most renown for creating sculptures of figures with substantial sections missing. Bruno Catalano exhibited his works in the Parisian gallery Médicis and in international galleries Bartoux. Currently, Bruno Catalano and his works are internationally recognized. His works are exhibited worldwide, from China to Belgium, via Spain, the US and
Paul Klee, 1879 – 1940, was a Swiss German artist. His highly individual style was influenced by movements in art that included Expressionism, Cubism, and Surrealism. Klee was a natural draftsman who experimented with and eventually deeply explored color theory, writing about it extensively; Klee worked in many different media—oil paint, watercolor, ink, pastel, etching,
While medieval artists excelled at painting religious scenes, portraits of royalty and naked ladies, cats offered an altogether different challenge. It looks like the medieval painters never laid eyes on a cat.
Tattoo art mastery has advanced to the point where tattoo artists can create convincing and sometimes even photo-realistic optical illusions on their clients’ skin. The tattoos in this list are just a few of the ingenious tattoos out there that seem to twist and bend on the wearer’s skin.
Carole A. Feuerman is an American sculptor and artist working in Hyperrealism, a movement that began in the 1970s in relation to photorealist painting. Feuerman utilizes a variety of media including resin, marble, and bronze. She has been included in exhibitions at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery; the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg,
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Duane Hanson (1925 – 1996) was an American artist and sculptor from Minnesota. He spent most of his career in South Florida. He was known for his lifecast realistic works of people. He casted in various materials, including polyester resin, fiberglass, Bondo, and bronze. His work is often associated with the Pop Art movement as
Male and Female, 1942, Jackson Pollock
Thomas Cole (1801-1848) “The Titan’s Goblet” (1833) Oil on canvas Located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, United States “The Titan’s Goblet” has been called a “picture within a picture” and a “landscape within a landscape”: the goblet stands on conventional terrain, but its inhabitants live along its rim in a world
Swiss artist H.R. Giger is best known as creator of many of the spooky designs for Alien, for which he won an Oscar for Best Achievement in Visual Effects as part of the special effects team.
Thomas Robson has combined illustrations from pulp magazines together with classic paintings, the below are listed outcome of this experiment.