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House by the Railroad by Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper was a prominent American realism art painter and printmaker who was born on 22 July 1882 in Upper Nyack, New York, United States and died on 15 May 1967 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States. This article contains 15 Most ...
Garden at Sainte-Adresse by Claude Monet

Are titles mandatory for classic paintings? Can title-less paintings stand the test of time? Claude Monet didn’t bother assigning titles to his paintings; he considered himself satisfied with brief descriptions, content to leave it at a terse ”view of the ...

The essence of all beautiful art, all great art, is gratitude. Humans are creatures of habit and routine. We often miss seeing the average, everyday things that surround us. When we do think outside of our routines, we often think ...
water color combinations

Colours are powerful. Doesn’t matter what you might be creating now – a painting, or a powerpoint presentation, or an illustration –  your eyes must be straying over a palette, splashed with many colours, choosing the right one to add to your ...
The View of Flower of Greece Landscape View

Blick in Griechenlands Blute (View of the Flower of Greece) is one of the most beautiful and acclaimed paintings by German artist Karl Friedrich Schinkel. The harmony between human activity and nature depicted on the painting is unique in its essence. ...
Jean Verame Colossal Art Paintings

Jean Verame is one of the most lucid examples of how a man can turn entire hills and lifeless rocks into his canvas. He’s the creator of unprecedented works within the land art movement; he paints directly on desert rock. ...