Ad Reinhardt – abstract painter

Ad Reinhardt –  abstract painter
Adolph Frederick Reinhardt ("Ad" Reinhardt) (December 24, 1913 – August 30, 1967) was an abstract painter active in New York beginning in the 1930s and continuing through the 1960s. He was a member of theAmerican Abstract Artists and was a part of the movement centered on the Betty Parsons Gallery that became known as abstract expressionism. He was also a founding member of the Artist's Club. He wrote and lectured extensively on art and was a major influence on conceptual art, minimal art and monochrome painting. Most famous for his "black" or "ultimate" paintings, he claimed to be painting th...
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Several Sorts of Backdrops Applied in Photography

Several Sorts of Backdrops Applied in Photography
When taking pictures, we concentrate diligently on our subjects - but what about the background? Taking control of the backdrop could help turn a snapshot into a bewitching photograph. A backdrop is the background setup including the background cloth giving charms to the Professional Photography. Backdrops can give a compact, neutral background for a picture as well as provide color, dimension or an one-of-a-kind essential feature to a photograph. Types of backdrop materials: Paper Backdrop: Paper backdrops are readily reachable as big rolls in most of color you could imagine. They are p...
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Graphic Design a way of Visual Communication

Graphic Design a way of Visual Communication
What is Graphic Designing? Why Graphic designing is important? What is the purpose of it? The answers to all such questions are very simple to answer. It is usually a creative process which involves the enrollment of a client and a designer. It is important for firms which are involved in conjunction with producers for the productions of printing forms so that one can easily convey messages to the audience. Graphic design can also refer to number of professions related to artistic designs which usually focus on the visual communication. So, graphic design is often considered as visual...
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Otto Piene`s Rainbow in Iran

Otto Piene`s  Rainbow in Iran
A gathering from the "Rainbow" arrangement by German craftsman Otto Piene (1928–2014), one of the main figures in innovation based craftsmanship, pours light into the capital Tehran, offering bliss and a guarantee of peace. His first ever display in the Middle East opened at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art on Tuesday nighttime, uncovering a mixture of craftsmanships running from depictions to light figures, smoke and blaze works of art, and delightful ecological "sky craftsmanship". The association between nature, innovation and workmanship is genuinely seen at the show organized b...
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Discovering Archaeological History

Discovering Archaeological History
What do Newark, Ohio, Epps, La., Marquette, Iowa and the state of Illinois have in common? They are all sites of some of the most impressive archaeological wonders found anywhere in the world–and most seasoned tourists have no idea. Native American mounds and earthworks are one of the more underappreciated archaeological treasures in the world, but a new “Top 10” list is now highlighting these attractions. The list of America’s Indian mounds and earthworks was formed from the authoritative book “The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Native American Mounds & Earthworks” and has been widely...
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El Greco, born Doménikos Theotokópoulos

El Greco, born Doménikos Theotokópoulos
EL GRECO (1541-1614) – One of the most unique and intriguing specialists of his period, with an extremely individual system that was appreciated, after three centuries, by the impressionist painters. El Greco Fecha: 1608-14 Museo: Metropolitan Museum of Art Características  
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Johannes, Jan or Johan Vermeer

Johannes, Jan or Johan Vermeer
JAN VERMEER (1632-1675) – Vermeer was the main figure of the Delft School, and without a doubt one of the best scene painters ever. Works, for example, "Perspective of the Delft" are considered practically "impressionist" because of the enthusiasm of his brushwork. He was likewise a talented portraitist. The Astronomer (c. 1668)
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Andrea Mantegna

Andrea Mantegna
ANDREA MANTEGNA (1431-1506) – One of the best types of the Quattrocento, intrigued by the human figure, which he regularly spoke to under great points of view ("The Dead Christ") Andrea Mantegna: The Resurrection  
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Kazimir Malevich

Kazimir Malevich
KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1878-1935) – Creator of Suprematism, Malevich will always be a standout amongst the most dubious figures of the historical backdrop of workmanship among the overall population, partitioned between the individuals who think of him as a crucial reestablishment and the individuals who consider that his works in light of polygons of immaculate hues don't should be viewed as Art. Suprematist Composition, 1916
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William Blake

William Blake
WILLIAM BLAKE (1757-1827) – Revolutionary and enchanted, painter and artist, Blake is a standout amongst the most entrancing craftsmen of any time. His watercolors, prints and temperas are loaded with a wild creative ability (very nearly crazyness), one of a kind among the craftsmen of his era. Blake's Newton (1795)
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