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Art that I like

Jim Dine’s art is displayed and highlighted by individual galleries and bloggers alike. Recently, came across this artist under, The Period “Pop Art”. I particularly do not favor this movement, however, in my opinion his style crosses or mixes a bit with Contemporary and Humanism. Below are examples of his work that caught my eye. […]

Sold October 2010 for: $1,500. Signed “Jansem” in the right-hand corner. Gouache wash, pen and ink on paper. This is what I call humanist expressionist. One of the quotes I can relate to is, “The act of painting reveals who we are. We are betrayed by what we love.” – Jean Jansem REPOST: March 10th, […]

This past Saturday 25-Sept 2010, I visited Kistamassan Konstnärernas, which is an event center that hosted an Art Show. I viewed beautiful works of art and sculptures as well as some ‘rather’ interesting items. From time to time, I will highlight other artist’s installation at the show that either I love, like, or perplexed me […]

A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, 1884: oil on canvas – Permanent installation at Chicago Institute of Art Georges-Pierre Seurat (2 December 1859 – 29 March 1891) was a French Post-Impressionist painter and draftsman. This is his most famous example of oil on canvas pointillism which took two years to produced (1884–1886). This particular piece […]

17th Century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer On loan at The Metropolitan Museum of Art from the Rijksmusem until November 29, and a small exhibition is created around this piece. Johannes Vermeer has been one of the most admired and influential European painter whom’s reputation for beautiful renderings of illusionistic color and light. The Milkmaid is […]

Robert Henri (1865-1929), Eva Green, 1907. I like how Robert Henri, uses broad strokes and each one has a purposes. He is also more known as a teacher than a painter. He was the Leader of the Eight and their work was greatly admired. Did you know: The Ashcan School was a small group of […]

The blue period – Portrait of Angel Fernandez de Soto, 1903: Estimated at $40 – $60 million (£22 – 33 million). Oil on canvas.

Femme en jaune cousant stamped with initials ‘L.V.’ Oil on canvas. Sold in 2010 for $8,125

Ok, found the artist. Alberto, has some great designs on his blog. To view further, the URL I have is http://veerle-v2.duoh.com/art/comments/alberto_seveso/