The most famous and popular painting styles
The modern Baroque is characterized by an abundance of ornaments and complexity of lines.
Cubism is an avant-garde art movement that originated in the 20th century. thanks to Pablo Picasso, she revolutionized European painting and sculpture, also inspiring similar trends in music, literature and architecture.
One of the most famous paintings of the 20th-century Cubist era is Pablo Picasso’s painting Avignon Girls, 1907.
For works of art in the style of cubism is characterized by broken, re-combined objects in an abstract form, in the image of which uses a large number of points of view. Continue reading
How photography completely changed the visual arts
Both painting and photography are forms of visual art that are designed to create images and visual symbols.
The difference in the method of manufacture and creates some features.
Painting is not only the earliest known form of visual art, but also the earliest example of human creativity. Over such a long journey, appearance, form, language, and expression, both externally and internally, influenced each other and transformed.
Despite the fact that photography is the youngest of the known forms of visual art (less than two centuries old), it has undergone dramatic changes both externally and internally.
Any work of art reflects the influence of the surrounding artist’s society, the materials used, as well as the technologies characteristic of a particular era. Continue reading
As a famous artist, Vasnetsov and his brothers created fabulous furniture for Russian theaters.
Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov – one of the most famous Russian artists, his brother Apollinarius is also known, but rather those who are interested in historical painting and theater. The other Vasnetsov brothers, in particular, Arkady, are in the shadow of the glory of the great painter and storyteller. But Viktor Vasnetsov as a phenomenon in world art could not have taken place if it were not for the atmosphere of creativity, conscientious service to art, familiar to each of the brothers from early childhood and which led several of them to a great passion – to create carved wooden furniture.
The beginning of the creative life
The head of the family, Mikhail Vasilyevich Vasnetsov, was a priest in the Vyatka province, and from childhood he was fond of drawing. In the house of his mother, Olga Vasnetsov’s grandmothers, Olga Alexandrovna, as the artist later recalled, all the walls were occupied by paintings made by herself. Continue reading