Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
Get Art Qualifications Online From Home IGCSE, BTEC, A Level, Foundation Dip. Apply now!

Tips to Dive into Art Development, by Art Movements

Get Art Qualifications Online From Home IGCSE, BTEC, A Level, Foundation Dip. Apply now!

pin 1.2k
heart 213
speech 3
Contours intégrés mais présents - style de colo - niveau de détail

游戏美术素材/ui素材/可爱q版场景元素/房屋 地表【石器大冒险】

pin 248
heart 51

Ball gown, England, ca. 1870s. Metropolitan Museum of Art

pin 88
heart 9

"Madame P . . .", Eugène Fichel, 1857; CAI 1955.735

pin 32
heart 1

Concept Art. Also see #3d art pics www.freecomputerdesktopwallpaper.com/w3dnine.shtml Thank you for viewing!:

pin 52
heart 2

This scene was painted in natural pigments on the wall of a cave in Lascaux, France. The painting is dated between 12,000 and 17,000 BP.

pin 24
heart 1
speech 1

Victorian Era Mourning Hair Art Tree... Many people living in the Victorian Era would save their cast off hair (from hair brushes, etc) and keep it in porcelain boxes on their vanities or dresses. These boxes had holes in the lids in which to enter the cast off hair... The hair would be saved so when they passed on their loved ones could memorialize them through "hair art" pieces. These 19th century pieces are now extremely valuable.

pin 8
heart 4

page inspiration: Tile Inspired by the Arts and Crafts Era and Art Deco Era.reproduction.

pin 440
heart 21
speech 1

The Sad Hour: Rare 1900s Coffin Plaque Used to Indicate the Time of Death

pin 35
heart 6

Jim Shores Art Ope-De-Doe (6-14-06) 17" high. Wall-hanging. Ope-de-doe is short for "Open De Door". Made from Victorian era door hardware, other found objects and hardware.

pin 95
heart 3

Lapis lazuli (they think from Afghanistan) little goddess with short-cropped hair. Pre-dynastic Egypt, Naqada era.

pin 110
heart 15

Art Nouveau Staircase using vines and flowers making it look highly decorative and doesn't look completely finished off.

pin 195
heart 25

"Emptiness, which is conceptually liable to be mistaken for sheer nothingness, is in fact the reservoir of infinite possibilities." —D. T. Suzuki (Painting: "Golden Sun" Japan, Meiji era, 1878) ..*

pin 470
heart 105