By Susan Striker
From the rear conceal: "From precedent days to trendy occasions, artists have copied, borrowed from, up-to-date, satirized, and commemorated each one other's portray. Now [this ebook] extends that grand creative culture of seeking to the masters for thought and guide. listed here are thirty-seven in part reproduced artistic endeavors so you might entire besides the fact that you need. From an historic Egyptian coffin to a latest summary by means of Picasso, from a Goya portrait to a Roy Lichtenstein Pop paintings triptych, those works draw your hand irresistibly to the closest crayon, marker, or coloured pencil. while, they supply a short creation to paintings background. With 'The Anti-Coloring booklet of Masterpieces', you'll be a Cassatt, Rembrandt, van Gogh, or Polluck - or even larger: you'll be a You."
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Rembrandt painted with the precision required by the times, but his genius at arranging space, portraying three dimensions, and using light dramatically set him apart from his contemporaries. His work involves its viewers personally and evokes strong emotions. Rembrandt was misunderstood in his lifetime (1 606-1 669), alternately famous and ignored. He lost his home and collection of paintings when he was declared bankrupt in 1656. Now he is probably the most widely admired old master. Between 1652 and 1663 Rembrandt did three paintings of great people of the world.
Oil on canvas, 64 x 51 ’A’’. Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Simon Guggenheim. Pablo Ruiz y Picasso (1881 -1 973) was enormously talented and extremely hardworking, and he had a very powerful personality. This rare combination made him the most important and influential artist of the twentieth century. He achieved more popular acclaim and wealth in his lifetime than any other artist ever has. He worked in many different styles alnd media and originated much of what is unique about this century’s art.
Current. 1964. Synthetic polymer paint on composition board, 50% X 38%“. Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Philip Johnson Fund. Op Art ’is a kind of dynamic, graphic design that depends on visual devices and optical illusions. It became popular during the late 1960s after a major exhibit titled The Responsive Eye was held in 1965 at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Unlike some other Op artists who have been accused of merely painting visual tricks, Bridget Riley (1931- ) has consistently produced works of depth.