|04-10-2005, 06:41 AM||#46|
Tall Dark and Handsome
Join Date: Jan 2003
awesome painting there Dr. Ira Kane btw, whos the girl in your avatar? Im in love...
Is It Maya?? No!
Is it Lightwave??No!
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|04-10-2005, 08:22 PM||#47|
likes a flower =)...portfolio
Jan Mark Boekestein
I don't really know what my favourite painting is actually. For various reasons and the obvious one of ignorance is the most valid I think. But I do know what has had a profound influence on how I look at art.
And this for instance has made me reacquaint my taste for fear or evil in contrast with beauty and goodness, yin yang thing simply
Must say that most of what I know of art is from the few musea I've visited and what I have stumbled onto. Some very enligthening posts in this thread.
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|04-10-2005, 08:41 PM||#48|
London, United Kingdom
Join Date: Oct 2003
I dont know if theyre strictly paintings, but i love the art nouveau style. Especially the job cigarette paper adverts by mucha. Gil Elvgren's paintings are also great.
Here are just a few: I absoloutley love the outlines and flowing shapes. Really elegant and stylish.
Wish i had some huge prints of them
Heres some more:
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|04-10-2005, 09:27 PM||#49|
Better than staples.portfolio
Theresa Ryan Visual Development
Join Date: Jul 2004
This one blew my mind: I saw the real one. As Garma said, the internet doesn't do justice to the beauty of the original. I'm using this picture as it looks more natural.
The Transfiguration by Raphael. When you are actually standing in front of it, you can feel the wind and the power. Just stunning, really.
Did I mention it's huge?
Here's another I love, though I have never seen it in real life, just from art books, etc:
Death of Marat by David:
I also love this one:
The Conversion of St. Paul-Caravaggio:
And a Bosch to finish:
|04-11-2005, 07:17 AM||#53|
Join Date: Aug 2003
well beside all the great old and modern master paintings with figures and landscapes..i find this painting amazing..it feels like a picture straight out of a dream and it got to be one of those paintings that i personally find very special and will always love when i look at it
it's made by Kss.. he's over gfxartist.com..i don't know his real name..but i love his unique style
check out his other work if u want here.. http://kss.gfxartist.com/artworks
Master & Servant 2d challenge
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|04-11-2005, 07:48 AM||#54|
Join Date: Jun 2004
Oh this is my favorite work: MArcel Duchamp - act going down from the stairs (Cubo Futuristic style)
I Also like all realists from Czech like Marak, Brozik and others
|04-11-2005, 05:21 PM||#56|
Artist / Illustrator
Join Date: Oct 2002
I decided on this Frazetta. I chose it mainly since it's first one of his I ever saw, and it fired off so many explosions in me (and still does.)
...and for the classist in me:
by Arnold Boecklin
by Pierre Puvis de Chavannes
There are of course thousands of others to pick.
(oh, and lotaH, that post by §ha is a Botticelli called "Primavera" I think.)
|04-11-2005, 08:23 PM||#58|
looks like the chick in Van Helsing : Kate Beckinsale
Andy H: Mucha is awesome! Love his work. He seems kinda unique from that period though. The other couple Art Nouveau artists don't seem to be as graphical, which I find dissapointing.
|04-12-2005, 03:47 AM||#59|
Join Date: Oct 2004
Besides H.R. Giger being an influence, this man is what started it all for me with traditional painting:
'Understood in its metaphysical sense,
Beauty is one of the manifestations of the Absolute Being.
Emanating from the harmonious rays of the Divine plan,
it crosses the intellectual plane to shine once again across
the natural plane, where it darkens into matter.'
-Jean Delville 1899
Les Tresors de Satan (1895) Jean Delville
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