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  • Belinda Baycroft

    dutch artist philip haas recreating famous paintings

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    “The Four Seasons” is a sculpture series of four giant heads, each representing a season of the year. Artist Philip Haas crafted the 15 foot tall sculptures out of fiberglass. The sculptures are inspired by the work of Renaissance painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo who created portraits composed of everyday objects like fruits and books (for an example, scroll down). “The Four Seasons” series is on display at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London until September 16, 2012.

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“The Four Seasons” is a sculpture series of four giant heads, each representing a season of the year. Artist Philip Haas crafted the 15 foot tall sculptures out of fiberglass. The sculptures are inspired by the work of Renaissance painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo who created portraits composed of everyday objects like fruits and books

Philip Haas Four Seasons exhibition

so cool.. as if submerged in water Giuseppe Gallo, "Tableau Drapeau", l'allestimento 2007, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto (MART) [source: MART Museum on Flickr]... must be a Venician!!

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"Clouds" by John Singer Sargent, 1897 - watercolor on white wove paper

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"Nuraghe". Limestone sculpture by Pjotr Müller, 1983 . Kroller-Muller museum, Netherlands. (Real nuraghes are ancient Sardinian megalithic structures).

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Subtractive Styrofoam Sculpture: Students look at examples of abstract sculpture made by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi, and create an abstract sculpture that represents an emotion through color and form. - See more at: www.thesmartteach...

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