I'll dump paintings related to Antiquity.
I have thousands so I'll choose them randomly.
No, I'll send you back to the glorious past.
Who /constable/ here?
warhol just tried to communicate ideas through his work, it's not meant to be beautiful or skillful.
>tripfaget posting in his own thread
But ok, I'll help senpai
yea im lurking. would contribute more but I don't have stuff on my pc so it's too tedious.
Here another cloud painting
I have so many Godward paintings, I love his style.
Awesome,too bad this goddamn halloween theme is making me feel sick and i'm not enjoying this gold thread as much as i would
I never got how people can like neo-classicism. It seems so emotionless to me.
This is personally my favorite piece of art-work relating to the ancient egyptians.
I feel the same about what you posted.
He kind of looks like this guy in pic related... lol... It's funny how the egyptians then look so much like egyptians now...
>It is estimated that as much as 30 percent of the population of Faiyum was Greek during the Ptolemaic period, with the rest being native Egyptians. By the Roman period, much of the "Greek" population of Faiyum was made up of either Hellenized Egyptians or people of mixed Egyptian-Greek origins.
Bagnall, R.S. in Susan Walker, ed. Ancient Faces : Mummy Portraits in Roman Egypt (Metropolitan Museum of Art Publications). New York: Routledge, 2000
Now get out.
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Je ne suis pas canadien ;^)
will dump a couple images from the french wikipedia to explain this one, as it's rare to have such good material so easily accessible
"Le serment des Horaces", by David, 1785
Here's a better photo with the true colors
straight lines for everything male, including the sword, curves for the wives
flawless composition directing the eye towards the point of interest, which happens to be at the center of the picture. Note the archways that divide the picture into thirds, and framing each elements of the scene
I love Siemiradzki's works so much
and finally there's the rythm
Without even going into the actual subject, one can tell this is a very fine picture !
Hypereides removed her robe in front of the judges to save her life. That's pretty much it.
well you're no fun
also i'm guessing the bump/image limit is 300/150 ? so this thread is almost full
"Under Suprematism I understand the primacy of pure feeling in creative art. To the Suprematist, the visual phenomena of the objective world are, in themselves, meaningless; the significant thing is feeling, as such, quite apart from the environment in which it is called forth." -Kazimir Malevich
What's /his/' opinion?
Happy Halloween /his/! From the Heidelberger Totentanz, which I'd link for you but that is apparently spam. Google it.
Figure of Death (Memento Mori) at the Walters Art Museum (accession number 61.79)
>not posting Gérôme's "Tulip Folly"
Anybody can paint naked bitches. Nobody paints Dutchmen ruining their economy with flowers.