Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak | Bierstadt | Painting Reproduction
Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak, 1863 by Albert Bierstadt | Museum Quality Oil Painting Reproduction and Canvas Print 5014 | TOPofART
Mark Demsteader Study for Moorland Spirit for sale at Cheshire Art Gallery
Mark Demsteader Study for Moorland Spirit for sale at Cheshire Art Gallery. SOLD. at our Premiere Exhibition. MORE IN STOCK. Tel 0161 217 0625. £4,999
Gerald Leslie Brockhurst (British painter and etcher) 1890 - 1978 Portrait of Hermione, s.d. oil on panel 45.7 x 34.3 cm. (18 x 13.5 in.) signed 'BROCKHURST' (lower right) private collection Catalogue Note Christie's In September 1914 Brockhurst and his new wife, Anaïs Folin, embarked on a tour throughout France and Italy. This trip provided the artist with his first direct contact with the work of the Italian masters, particularly those of the quattrocento. The influence of those works is…
Odd Nerdrum is a contemporary Norwegian painter known for his dogged commitment to the traditional techniques of painters like Caravaggio, Titian, and Rembrandt. View Odd Nerdrum’s 169 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available prints and multiples, paintings, and works on paper for sale and learn about the artist.
Steven DaLuz - "Et Lux Hominum"
Oil and composition golf leaf on aluminum panel "I depicted a cruciform entity, fully man and fully deity, beginning to emerge from a shaft of pure light and energy, rising above a formless, dark landscape. His arms, hands and torso reflect his humanity, while the halo framing his head infers divinity. The light and energy from which the form emerges seem to have at the foundation a deep red source. The red subtly glows from the depths, symbolizing life, passion, blood. Indeed, the life…
The Sheldon Museum of Art , which sits on UNL's campus, recently acquired 7 or 8 new pieces by well-known African American artists like Aaro...
Aaron Douglas | Let My People Go | The Met
Kansas-born Aaron Douglas was the leading visual artist of the Harlem Renaissance, the great flowering of the arts in 1920s and 1930s in New York’s predominately African American neighborhood. Rendered in Douglas’s flat, silhouetted style and with lavender and yellow-gold hues, this work depicts the Old Testament story about God’s order to Moses to lead the Israelites out of captivity in Egypt