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August 21st, 2005 #1
Post some images that inspire you.
I thought I'd do this thread since I dont see one around - but post some images, painting, whatever that inspire you:
The Gulf Stream by Winslow Homer - I dont know what it is about it, but this painting has always scared the shit outta me. I know its got to do with the sharks, I'm pretrified of the sea, but its one of those rare paintings that actually makes me fee dread.
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August 21st, 2005 #2
Winslow Homer is the coolest!! love it (can't think of any particular images at the moment, sorry)
August 21st, 2005 #3
Uhhh damn you set the benchmark kinda high there Magic, I was just going to post some 80's cartoon images.....
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Lady Agnew of Lochnaw by John Singer Sargent.
This painting is in the National Gallery of Scotland, in Edinburgh. I've been there a few times, every single time, this is the painting that most stands out. I can sit in front of it for ages and just look... and look... so good.
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August 21st, 2005 #9
The Apotheosis of the Slavs, by Alphonse Mucha
Infact all of the Slav Epic totally rules me. Whats really impressive about this and the other paintings of the Epic is their size. This painting is like 15 feet tall, and some of the other 19 paintings are like 20 feet tall and 30 feet across.
California, by George Inness
Inness' landscapes do something to me. I love the atmosphereic quality to many of them. They seem less like pictures of a place and time and more like memories or dreams
anyway...theres my contribution
BTW more of both of these artists can be found at www.artrenewal.com (infact both these pics came from there)
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Yay.. good ol Dali.
and although this is quite a new piece and such.. not so traditional as the others but i really really enjoy looking at it.
The designs looks excellent, the colours are very lush and lighting very good.
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August 21st, 2005 #13
Dali is the shiznit
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