shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest StumbleUponPainting is a language to express the feeling which is left incomplete when explained with words. Thanks to this art for it is the reason why we were able to trace back out origin and know about our great-grandfather, our history, the existence of a race. They used walls as...
From Goya to Picasso: Spanish art at Scotland's National Gallery
Crying woman (1937) by Pablo Picasso. Qué profunda tristeza siento al contemplarlo! !! There's a movement of cubism in this piece this is because of the use geometry on this works in which was build up with the use of shapes to create this view. Also the use of colour made this piece look lively.
We take a look at the work of antique dealer, furniture designer and decorator Max Rollitt whose quintessentially English interiors are steeped in history - discover the best interior designers on HOUSE
The beautiful eyes of the Native American children in the oil paintings of Alfredo Rodriguez (1954, American Painter) § "Alfredo Rodriguez (1954, American)" by Marco from I am a Child ~ children in art history (http://iamachild.wordpress.com). Blog posted on May 24, 2011. § Collage created via http://pinthemall.net:
Commenting on his photography 4 the Black Panther Movement in the UK, photographer Neil Kenlock recalls “Pple were calling us all sorts of names in the streets & painting graffiti everywhere. In school, there was no black history...If you asked the teachers where black people came from, they would say: ‘Somewhere in Africa, up a tree,’ & that’s it. So w/ the Black Panther movement we had educational classes, public meeting & lectures."
How to achieve the dark wall look with ease! This art wallpaper mural showcases de Heem's Vase of Flowers, giving your home a touch of art history as well as elegance. Pair with dark textiles and glimmers of gold for a truly decadent feel.
Westminster Bridge, c. 1910. The third bridge, built over the Thames after London and Putney Bridges, in 1739-1750. The current bridge by Thomas Page of 1862 is painted green to match the leather seats in the House of Commons.