Category: Fine Art


SUNFLOWERS

GARDEN PATH WITH CHICKENS

COUNTRY GARDEN WITH SUNFLOWERS

FARM GARDEN

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Awesome art! I just had to share.
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Also, find the original artist’s link at: http://art-profiles.com/albums/jeques/albums/2170-a-traveler-s-soliloquies.html

For my blog, Exploration Art, I look for amazing pieces of art to share. This comes from a fellow blogger who found it before I did.
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I adore Monet‘s works of art and who that loves Monet does not appreciate Seurat?

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New York State Of Mind

There we were, meandering around the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  As well as seeing work by several other of my favourite artists’, I’d had the chance to view a couple of my favourite Monet‘s pieces – ‘Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lillies‘ and ‘Water Lillies‘, as well as a Van Gogh I really liked, so was feeling pretty darned great!

Then I wandered through to one of the other galleries and stumbled on this.

My husband Mike is rather fond of Georges Seurat’s work. We’d seen some of his other pieces at MoMA on a previous visits, but he always said he’d love to have seen what’s probably one of Seurat’s most famous ones – ‘Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte’.

There was a rather excited ‘Mike!  Mike!  Look what’s here!!!’ – his face actually lit up when he saw the…

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Van Gogh, up close and personal. The only way to get closer is to visit the museum exhibit.

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New York State Of Mind

I never quite ‘got’ all the fuss about Van Gogh’s work… His paintings always looked a little strange to me.

And then I went to MoMA a few years ago and saw ‘The Starry Night‘ for the first time and just like the Jackson Pollock pieces I’d seen minutes before,  it grabbed me and gave me a thorough shake.  I’d never seen paintings where texture leapt off the canvas.  (I still find myself looking down the side of Mr P’s works  – as close as I’m allowed – to try take pictures of how the paint lies on the canvas – or indeed looks as if it’s fighting with gravity – literally trying to leap off the surface).

Last December, we went back to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  This time we wandered around their modern art section and saw Van Gogh’s ‘Wheat Field With Cypresses‘…

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One of the things I like about Gustav Klimt is his versatility. He has paintings of beautiful women, beautiful houses and now these Beech Tree landscapes that give the feel of another world where wood nymphs and elves might live.

Birch in Forest

Tannenewald

Beech Trees

Forest of Beech Trees

This continues my series on Gustav Klimt. Below find a selection of Houses and Churches that he created into Otherworldly abodes that exist in the fertile ground of Klimt’s imagination. Where I could find them, I also include the real world places Klimt used as models for these enchanting landscapes.

Viale Alberato

The Restaurant

Schloss Kammer at Attersee

Malcesine sul Garda

House at Unterach

Farmhouse at Kammer

Church in Unterach on Attersee

Church at Cassone sul Garda

Gustav Klimt:   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustav_Klimt

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