Remediosvaro, Offices, Varus Remedy, Mujer Saliendo, Del Psicoanalista, Women Leaves, Remedios Varo, Out Of, Painting
Remedios VAro - Mujer saliendo del psicoanalista davidcharlesfoxexpressionism.com #remediosvaro #surrealism #surrealistart
Below are selected paintings from Remedios Varo's career. I selected these because they are among her most famous works of art and my favorite pieces.The following paintings demonstrate her use of nature,women,animated objects,magic and subjects that have facial features similar to Varo herself. They are in order from her earlier paintings to her very last painting before her death.
Woman Leaving the Psychoanalyst's Office - Mujer Saliendo del Psicoanalist - Remedios Varo - 1960 - Museo de Arte Moderno INBA, Mexico
Mujer saliendo del psicoanalista / Woman leaving the psychoanalyst's - Remedios Varo
The Artists, Welding Menina, Black White, Barcelona, Canvas, Lasmenina, Pablo Picasso, Big Dogs, Pablopicasso
Picasso- Las Meninas (after Velazquez) #arthistory #artworld #artist #art #pablopicasso #history #artnews #lasmeninas
One of Picasso's renderings of the famous Las Meninas painting. In place of the original big dog he painted the dachshund Lump.
"Picasso Black White" at the Guggenheim
Pablo Picasso. (Spanish, 1881-1973): Las Meninas (Group), 1957. Oil on canvas. 76 x 100 inches (194 x 260 cm). Museu Picasso, Barcelona, Spain. Donated by the Artist. © 2006 Artists Right Society (ARS), New York. © This artwork may be protected by copyright. It is posted on the site in accordance with fair use principles.
Bananas Stands, Art Prints, Art Show, Illusions, Fans Art, Arrested Development, Aaron Jasinski, Friday Night, Aaronjasinski
Aaron Jasinski, from an art show dedicated to Arrested Development. Gallery: http://nineteeneightyeight.com/ Link to Article: http://www.slashfilm.com/cool-stuff-arrested-development-art-show-los-angeles/
"Everybody Loves Funke" by Adam Hanson - Arrested Development Fan Art (31497528) - Fanpop fanclubs
“It Is All Illusion” Finished this piece over the weekend for the show “There’s Always Money In The Banana Stand!” Arrested Development tribute show at Gallery 1988 (in LA). 24x30 inches, acrylic on wood panel. g1988: HOLY COW. Check out “It Is All Illusion,” a painting from Aaron Jasinski, for Friday night’s “There’s Always Money In The Banana Stand!” which opens this Friday, June 29th, and runs through July 21st.
"It Is All Illusion" Art Print by Aaron Jasinski
Procurada corrupción. Obras de Fernando García Correa @ Museo de Arte Moderno
Fernando García, Wallpapers Phones, García Correa, Very Good, Procurada Corrupción, Interiores Interesantes, Moderno Muy, Modern Art, Gallo Likes
Procurada corrupción. Obras de Fernando García Correa @ Museo de Arte Moderno muy buena, me encantó
Teas Time, The Artists, Illustration, Ryden Art, Markryden, Mark Ryden, Elements, Teas Parties, Pop Surrealism
Tree Show by Mark Ryden, Twig and Boat, This big, hardcover Mark Ryden book is the exhibition catalog from "The Tree Show" at the Michael Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles, California. It features paintings, drawings, and sketches, as well as some documentary photography of sculptures, installations, and the artist at work. Creepily cute depictions of interactions between trees, little girls, toys, dolls, iconic figures, and more.
Mark Ryden Art | MARK RYDEN #MarkRyden #Art.
"Allegory of the Four Elements" by Mark Ryden #MarkRyden #painting #art
Tea party, by Mark Ryden
Tea Time with Mark Ryden
Mark Ryden - Illustration - PopSurrealism - The apology; allegory of the four elements
mark ryden's the apology; allegory of the four elements; yoshi. Pop surrealism
Van Gogh the Night
Vincent Of Onofrio, Artists, Inspiration, Stars, Vincent Vans Gogh, Starrynight, Vincentvangogh, Paintings, Starry Nights
Vincent van Gogh: Starry Night A Brief Understanding of the Starry Night Paintings. Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh has risen to the peak of artistic achievements. Although Van Gogh sold only one painting in his life, the aftermath of his work is enormous. Starry Night is one of the most well known images in modern culture as well as being one of the most replicated and sought after prints. From Don McLean's song 'Vincent' (Starry, Starry Night) (Based on the Painting), to the endless number of merchandise products sporting this image, it is nearly impossible to shy away from this amazing painting. One may begin to ask what features within the painting are responsible for its ever growing popularity. There are actually several main aspects that intrigue those who view this image, and each factor affects each individual differently. The aspects will be described below: 1. There is the night sky filled with swirling clouds, stars ablaze with their own luminescence, and a bright crescent moon. Although the features are exaggerated, this is a scene we can all relate to, and also one that most individuals feel comfortable and at ease with. This sky keeps the viewer's eyes moving about the painting, following the curves and creating a visual dot to dot with the stars. This movement keeps the onlooker involved in the painting while the other factors take hold. 2. Below the rolling hills of the horizon lies a small town. There is a peaceful essence flowing from the structures. Perhaps the cool dark colors and the fiery windows spark memories of our own warm childhood years filled with imagination of what exists in the night and dark starry skies. The center point of the town is the tall steeple of the church, reigning largely over the smaller buildings. This steeple casts down a sense of stability onto the town, and also creates a sense of size and seclusion. 3. To the left of the painting there is a massive dark structure that develops an even greater sense of size and isolation. This structure is magnificent when compared to the scale of other objects in the painting. The curving lines mirror that of the sky and create the sensation of depth in the painting. This structure also allows the viewer to interpret what it is. From a mountain to a leafy bush, the analysis of this formation is wide and full of variety. Van Gogh painted Starry Night while in an Asylum at Saint-Remy in 1889. During Van Gogh's younger years (1876-1880) he wanted to dedicate his life to evangelization of those in poverty. Many believe that this religious endeavor may be reflected in the eleven stars of the painting. In Genesis 37:9 the following statement is made: "And he dreamed yet another dream, and told it his brethren, and said, Behold, I have dreamed a dream more; and, behold, the sun and the moon and the eleven stars made obeisance to me." Whether or not this religious inspiration is true, it is known that the piece is not the only Starry Sky painting that Van Gogh ever created. Gogh was quite proud of a piece he had painted earlier in Arles in 1888 that depicted stars reflecting in the Rhone River. Like Starry Sky this previous piece shares many of the qualities that have made Starry Sky such a popular painting. For instance: The stars in the night sky are surrounded with their own orb of light. The Reflection of artificial light (new to the time period) from Arles in the river makes the one's eyes move around the painting; thus keeping the viewer visually involved. There are structures in the distant lit up in a warm glow of light. Starry Night over the Rhone contains one final aspect that is not featured in the Starry Night piece; humans. In the bottom right corner of the painting there is a couple walking along the river. This gives the painting a down to earth feel with a natural quality. Although this painting is not nearly as popular as the seconded Starry Night piece, it still creates a pleasurable and life like environment to look at. It is also resides as a very sought after piece when it is placed with Starry Night and the following painting to create a montage of Van Gogh's Starry Night works. Cafe Terrace At Night was also painted in Arles in 1888. The similarities between this piece the previous two are vaguely similar. This piece offers a new type of perspective on the star filled sky. The Stars are barely consumed in their own light. The bright yellow wall draws in ones attention rather then assisting to move one's eyes around the painting. There is a sense of balance attributed to the dark cityscape silhouette to the right of the painting (Contrasting the bright yellow wall). Never the less these three paintings have astounded millions of people and remain three of the best works ever to flow from Van Gogh's paint brush. Each Day hundreds of people crowd around the original paintings located in various art museums to offer their own personal interpretation as to the meaning of the pieces. Although we may never know how Vincent himself truly felt about these paintings, mankind still embraces their greatness.
#VincentVanGogh #genius #Starry #Night
Artists, Art Nouveau, The Kiss, Palaces, Gustav Klimt, Vienna Austria, Paintings, Art Pieces, Thekiss
"The Kiss" by Gustav Klimt (one of my favorite art pieces!!!)
The Kiss by Gustav Klimt I saw this painting when I was in Vienna, Austria and loved it
My favorite painting "the kiss" by my favorite artist Gustav Klimt
Gustav Klimt (Austrian), The Kiss. 1908. Art Nouveau. My favorite piece of art!
Gustav Klimt, The Kiss 1907/08, Österreichische Galerie Belvedere museum in the Belvedere palace, Vienna
Butcher Bunnies, Art Illustrations, Abraham Lincoln, Art Blog, Lowbrow Art, Candy Shops, Art Prints, Markryden, Mark Ryden
#Mark_Ryden #lowbrow #art #illustration
Florida Fine Art Blog: Art Around the Web -- Mark Ryden - The Butcher Bunny
The Butcher Bunny by Mark Ryden. This is very odd! I especially like the little Abraham Lincoln guy.
"The Butcher Bunny" by Mark Ryden #MarkRyden #painting #art