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Abstract expressionists
Does anyone else here think that the work of the American abstract expressionists (De Kooning, Gorky etc.) is amazing? Mani need not
by PPCmann
Is abstract expressionism dead
... sdale, AZ, and the Phoenix Art Museum, and looked to see what was there. I noticed that most of the abstract art that was ...
by MAN
Copper Color Bronze Plate with Abstract Face
I have a 4" diameter plate (front and back pictures attached) that look to be Picasso inspired. There is no signature or makers mark. The finish looks like copper but worn spots show a base metal, ...
by Pugrider
Any idea who this signed 60's abstract piece is by? It has the stamp of Kar...
Any idea who this signed 60's abstract piece is by? It has the stamp of Karl Mann Associates on it dated 1963 as well as a stamp stating "distributed by Rudolf Lesch Fine Arts" and initialed by ...
by swschultz
I brought an abstract at a flea market by picasso, name face...
I brought an abstract at a flea market by picasso, name face of eve.Unable to locate any info. on picture. Please email me with info. Not sure if it's an origianl. Too frame apart, look real on ...
by Guest
Trying to determine the sculptor on two abstract ceramic bird figurines. If...
Trying to determine the sculptor on two abstract ceramic bird figurines. If anyone recognizes the maker's mark please let me know. http://www.pabl
by swschultz
Not sure what type of poster ,or abstract this drawing is its on thick card...
Not sure what type of poster ,or abstract this drawing is its on thick card about 120 x 88cm looks like poster paint. The name wearing is printed on the bottom with A/P 99.
by Guest
Was Le Moulin de la Galette from Picasso abstract? Cubist?
was Le Moulin de la Galette from Picasso abstract? Cubist?
by Guest
What materiasls did pablo picasso use for his abstract portr...
what materiasls did pablo picasso use for his abstract portraits
by Guest
Re: Can you tell me what materials did Pablo Picasso use for his...
All great art is abstract -- with the planes, forms and other elements in a well-balanced "juggling act," whether "abstract" or "realistic" -- where nothing can be added or subtracted without ...
by rtcorr
Re: Did Picasso use acrylic paint for any of his works? This is about as detail...
... s a painting medium until the 1950's and really kicked in perhaps in the 1960's and 1970's with the abstract expressionists and it seems to have been a sort ...
by rtcorr
Re: Gesso vs. White Paint in Acrylics?
For me it depends on what I want... if I want some texture, raw shapes, something raised and abstract then I use gesso as I can glop and roll freely. If I want something a bit more neat and prim ...
by EscapePod
Cubism
NYC - MoMA: Pablo Picassos Studio with Plaster Head
Evolution of CubismCubism is a revolutionary style of abstract art that was introduced by Pablo Picasso and George Braque. The style originated around the beginning of the 20th century and was ...
by Asif Nadeem
Re: Schools with good art programs in london or new york
I don't like generic abstract art but I found Alison's take quite beautiful and expressive. It certainly has a lot more vitality to it than Mani's hackneyed inflated bosoms.
by Linda2
Re: I have two Picasso pieces, one appears to be a print, possibly a lithograph...
Thank you, Melissa! After 40 years or so of looking at Picasso's work, and being an artist myself, one gets a sense of what he would or wouldn't do. When someone can't quite imitate Picasso's style ...
by rtcorr
Hello, how can I tell if a Picasso is real? I've done as much research as I...
... can I tell if a Picasso is real? I've done as much research as I can do online and can not find the abstract sketch(I would call it) anywhere but his signature looks legit and it is dated. Please ...
by Guest
Re: Dan Fox - a review
i think most of picasso's works are famous because his **** he marketed got into public. i'd like to hear from someone what makes 'guernica' such a great work; visually it's nothing but a nice ...
by mysticwizard
Re: Engel seascape on wood panel. Any information?
yes you guys both have a picasso turn it reverse and hold it up to the light you should see a dinasour, then rotate the image looking at the picture as i have the same see scape in fact 3 of them ...
by carl
Re: What does the back of a Picasso painting look like? If on linen, did he eve...
... h tended to be more common amongst Americans starting around the 1950's and 1960's (especially with abstract expressionists and color ...
by rtcorr
Re: Picasso signed watercolor in frame
Well, first of all, I have serious doubts it was done by Picasso himself. The treatment of forms is somewhat flat and very unlike how Picasso painted at around 1905. To me, it simply does not have ...
by rtcorr
IDENTIFY ARTIST SIGNATURE
I AM TRYING TO IDENTIFY THE ARTIST WHO PAINTED THIS ABSTRACT PIECE. I WILL INCLUDE A PHOTO OF THE SIGNATURE. I WOULD APPRECIATE ANY INFO. I ACCIDENTALLY CUT THE SIGNATURE ON ONE PIC. THANKS ...
by JAMES
My husband thinks he found a Picasso online
It wasn't said to be Picasso and I'm not sure what it is ? Looks like abstract painting of small yellow countryside house , there's a black horse looking thing in lower right corner and what appears ...
by Posmlady
Re: How did cubism come to be, and what influenced it?
Evolution of Cubism Cubism is a revolutionary style of abstract art that was introduced by Pablo Picasso and George Braques. The style originated in around the beginning of the 20th century and was ...
by Asif Nadeem
Event by Painter <email> ® International Alliance .
Hello , I write you to pass on this information,thank you for your time . The painter artists members of our international alliance . Mrs DePreeti M Bawa Paiter Artist, is a contempary Indian artist. ...
by limerpharm
Re: New Member/Artist: Hi fellow artists! Hiding brushstrokes?
Thanks Kare. That's what my problem usually is, I've come to understand. I'm a very impulsive, abstract artist (also inexperienced); and I negelect the needed consistency of diluting paints/ dipping ...
by Artsy Gal
Re: Six Artists
The establishment is simply jealous of the fact that dali was a Modern artist who eventually (circa 1960) painted as well as some old Masters. If people like mdeli -arch enemy of lake and GWAR- take ...
by elcielito
Re: Expert painting for sale
Right. When I want a nice painting, I always try to find something that looks exactly like a photograph! And not an abstract photograph,
by Alfredsfx
Re: Picasso cigar ashtray
I agree a hobbyist named Picasso at that time he was tinkering on ceramics for the first time. It gets even better because he might have fashioned this ashtray with his own hands because of its ...
by Jaspen
Re: John Ruskin was not against Turner
... great deal about Turner's philosophy of art; and like everyone else, I haven't seen thoe supposedly abstract watercolours which were destroyed. But I'd like to put forward ...
by Sky-Watcher
Re: Painting from published photographs
Well, I am new Here, But it seems to me that the subject of the Photo is in no way Copyrighted, But the framing, Light, composistion and even that particular Moment in time IS Copyrighted. That being ...
by SharkByte
Re: In which museum can I find these?
Vier: There seem to be some variants of this story: http://www.davidairey.com/picasso-and-pricing-your-work/ Well, it's possible this is an apocryphal story. It bears a resemblance to one which ...
by rtcorr
Perspective 2, no skill no art
The discussion about perspective now quickly decays into details and I want to bring it back to some main topics. Roughly, paintings can be separated into two categories: - those which are ...
by waterjibber
Re: My painting only say Martineli in red ink no other name subject people walk...
My guess would be that the "Martinelli" on your paining refers to the name of the artist. I found three renowned artists with the same name:- 1. An American artist by the name of Ezio Martinelli ...
by Asif Nadeem
Re: I think Im not going to like my painting teacher
+> There is a huge inflation of crappy art teachers. My advise is get out +> of their way. Its easy to find out who is crappy before ever dealing +> with them. Just look at their work and that of ...
by alfacolin
Re: Insists plywood prize-winner
... eing with Lake's position on this, not Brian's and Robert's. On the other hand, a lot of attacks on abstract painting are in themselves very amusing. The movie I cited was a parody on 'action ...
by jasonalister
Re: True or false... Picasso wasn't just an artist, he was also an author and published two books
"Desire Caught by the Tail" and "The Four Little Girls," These plays, the only ones Picasso ever wrote, are imaginatively and provokingly staged. They also give valuable insight into Picasso's state ...
by vier
Re: Authenticating and valuating an unknown painting.
... ough your own research who the painting belongs to First try to know the style of painting such as abstract or cubism Then learn about the painters of Abstract or Cubism Then you might see one ...
by Courtnay
Re: Contemporary painting: Its Not Dead Yet, But Its Getting There
Yes, the categories abstract and realistic hardly tell anything about the actual work. They're not completely useless however, if someone says not to like abstract art then something of **** is ...
by LucasVB
Re: The Turner Prize
Just out of curiosity - have you visited the show and seen the work ? I just had a long Email from someone on alt.philosophy.debate about the Sensation show - he said he wanted to be shocked by the ...
by chanpheng
Re: Any other artist you like but Picasso?
Puvis's sense of abstraction and respect for the surfaces he pained on (he never violated the flatness of the walls to engage in sheer illusionism) led him to have an enormous influence on painters ...
by rtcorr

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