art thread part 2
Art thread part 2
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Bruegel, Pieter the Elder
Bouguereau, William Adolphe ( 1825-1905 )
That guy has medieval musical notation, only recognized by musicfags...hmmm old painter?
Going with some paradise lost
the faggotry is off the scale you pleb
I drew this myself the other day
ck2 did have some cool loading screens when it first came out
Andrea del Sarto
The bold lines have so much social commentary, exquisite
woah whats goin on here?
go play league of legends or some other such autist activity
im pretty sure thats depicting the wild hunt, not ragnarok
looks like a painting of atlas that someone/an accident has fucked up good. if it's intended, this is pretty neat
Caravaggio (Merisi, Michelangelo)
He'll probably cut all funding to the arts. Museums, Galleries, etc. If you care about art, I wouldn't be hoping for this.
Church, Frederic Edwin 1826-1900
if i was a rich fag i would patron classical sculptors.
yea i know but i have so much stuff.... to name properly with artist and year :)
im trying, i have too many unorganized shits
Church, Frederic Edwin 1826-1900
it may be unorganized, but its good. i appreciate your dump user
Does anyone else here not like digital art? I think some of it is good, but it just doesn't look or feel good to me.. ya know?
oh good at least my efforts aren't wassted
Cole, Thomas 1801-1848
At this time of day
In this part of the country
i think its because its not made with the hand, its made with the mouse and computer. something gets lost in between
Would you tap, Cred Forums?
Hey i recognize that painting. Really good album by the way.
nah man, just hope you know you're a retard
Not sure who constructed this. but....
While I agree with your overall point, I don't think any digital artist uses a mouse. They use a stylus that imitates a pencil or brush.
not him but hes right, that shit is retarded as fuck son, modern spoopy sucks balls
its part of a 3 painting series
And don't get me wrong, im not saying its bad necesarilly, but alot of it just feels like such a soulless medium, even in animation with all this noodle arm shit thats going on.
Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille 1796-1875
yeah, you tell em professor
is that a dildo
I had no idea Thomas Cole had done those, i can really see his style in it now. Very talented artist.
Looks like a sheath for a knife.
Zodiac clock, prague
why is this good? any artfag care to explain?
Courbet, Gustave (Courbet, Jean Désiré Gustave) 1819-1877
Cranach, Lucas the Elder 1472-1553
Crespi, Daniele 1590-1630
Crome, John 1768-1821
Delacroix, Ferdinand Victor Eugéne
John Martin, does apocalyptic stuff like no one else
It's really subjective in my eyes, all of Ivan Seals paintings are like that. His shading is pretty good but there's just something comfy about his paintings and something thats kinda unsettling to. Also its an album cover, the music and art go really hand in hand.
uh this artist might be known better for this
art is subjective. If it doesn't appeal to you, user then it has little value to you.
Just looks like some grey to me, I suppose it is just an album cover
I recognize Jesus, but who's the head?
I'm not sure if Ivan made it for the Caretaker or he just asked if he could use the painting.. anyways i just like his work.
John Martin, Fall of Babylon
Tumblr art isn't good art.
this one was posted in the other thread, but i like it
Friedrich, Caspar David
There used to be 'welcome to /pol/' version of that
Gallen-Kallela, Akseli 1865-1931
Hey poetry fag post more or else
is that a dildo
it's evidence of that old addage, how did it go again.
"Any sufficiently primitive technology is indistinguishable from a sex toy" or something like that
some of these shits, i dotn have the title or dates for, if some kind user would name this one, much apperciated
You guys know anything about bonsai?
Does the dude with the cross symbolize the individual,and the weird ass creatures represent the shit he has to confront in everyday life?
little ass trees
old ass trees.
She walks in beauty, like the night
Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
And all that’s best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and her eyes;
Thus mellowed to that tender light
Which heaven to gaudy day denies.
One shade the more, one ray the less,
Had half impaired the nameless grace
Which waves in every raven tress,
Or softly lightens o’er her face;
Where thoughts serenely sweet express,
How pure, how dear their dwelling-place.
And on that cheek, and o’er that brow,
So soft, so calm, yet eloquent,
The smiles that win, the tints that glow,
But tell of days in goodness spent,
A mind at peace with all below,
A heart whose love is innocent!
They can get pretty big. Here's one I work on daily
How much can a small bonsai go for?
Nice, love the bleak tone to it.
when you high as fuck and your dad catches you
Heres a famous one in japan. Near 800 years old. Juniper, collected specimen.
Raphael (Sanzio, Raphael 1483-1520 )
uh, i forgot to put the title of this one too
Arcimboldo... Barocco veggies art
More paradise lost
Innumerable force of Spirits armed,
That durst dislike his reign, and, me preferring,
His utmost power with adverse power opposed
In dubious battle on the plains of Heaven
And shook his throne. What though the field be lost?
All is not lost—the unconquerable will,
And study of revenge, immortal hate,
And courage never to submit or yield:
And what is else not to be overcome?
Depends on the age. Trees can be kept at any size you want. Mame bonsai fits in your Palm and get over 100 years old. The older the tree the more valuable. The last one I just posted is a couple million in price. In a 12 to 14 inch pot I think.
The pots also can cost a fortune as well. Some date back to feudal japan and china.
Rubens, Peter Paul
a bit of photography
Robert Adams, Colorado Springs in 1968
Tintoretto (Comin, Jacopo)
Can't really enjoy it, knowing how it's done. Animation sometimes. But digital stills are rarely as beautiful if ever.
Titian (Vecellio, Tiziano)
if it's intended
Yeah like that detail was an accident
RIP Keith Emerson.
"only classic art is relevant as art" ~this thread
classic art is but a mastering of skills
Ernst or Dalí? Looks familiar. Bosch?
I know this is a meme, but it's a genuinely beautiful piece
This one is a van Gogh one i don't know it's name
looks like the state opera in vienna, not quite sure.
Dali, temptation of St. Anthony
It shows St anthony being tempted by satanic visions.
I posted it, i love it i use it as my phone lock screen.
considering Hitler was Austrian, that makes sense
Skull of a Skeleton with Burning Cigarette (Dutch: Kop van een skelet met brandende sigaret)
Don't see much Geiger anymore.