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lisarea those are just a bunch of squares taped to each other. That is officially not art. Because I said so and for some reason that is supposed to matter or something.

Actually I am way too ignorant about the great pieces of artwork in the world for my own liking (that is, I do not have any sort of refined taste in art, really), but that won't stop me from posting stuff in this thread that I like so that it doesn't die. Seriously please keep posting itt.

Hope I don't start a fight. Just go ahead and put me on pretend ignore.

I like it when someone manipulates or just totally vandalizes some dead artist's work as a postmortem fuck you. Like in Francis Bacon's Study after Velazquez: Pope Innocent X 1952 (on the right) compared to the original (on the left).


Also cool is Three Studies for a Crucifixion 1962. I like artwork that takes something someone normally wouldn't like looking at and somehow makes it intriguing and pretty enough to captivate someone to stare at it anyway and then re-realize that what they're looking at is totally fucked up. In this case, rape. I mean, a mangled up bloody body left out on a bed is p. brutal, but there is a point of abstracting something horribly ugly and somehow making it pleasing to the eye. It just makes to whole thing more pathologically disturbing. :shrug:


Oh and I fucking love collages. I love making them and I love looking at them. Also, I like Pop Art. Alot. I'm a fan boy for Andy Warhol and I love him and his philosophy of replication as a mode of inspiration... Really that is how all art is made, not just Pop Art. All artists learn and steal from each other. It's just really funny to steal from the stupid world of commercialized marketing and advertising and mocking the 'factory made' style of art in which within the art there is a mechanical means in which to sell you something or something telling you to sell yourself. Warhol was just doing what everyone does, taking credit for something he only really re-created. Originality is just rehashing.

Which brings me to why I liek What is it that Makes Today's Modern Homes so Different, so Appealing? by Richard Hamilton 1956.


I couldn't figure out why I liked this painting, until I read the title. Hermaphrodite by Allen Jones 1963.


Lichtenstein is great for a few reasons, imo. :yup: Besides taking comic book frames out of context (which is really cool), I really like how he worked with the four color / primary color scheme (there's a word for that...?), plus the technique of plotting out images by painting out one dot at a time (or doing it in a mechanical way as Warhol did with large blotted sheets). Whaam! 1966.


This guy just lost some face, apparently. Larry Rivers' Parts of the Face 1961.


So... very... human. Jenny Holzer's The Survival Series: Protect Me From What I Want 1985-6.


Frida Kahlo was incredibly talented... it's interesting that she painted herself so often. It seems like it was her way of making sense of herself through art. Yes, I saw the movie. Yes, I really liked it. Yes, I know it isn't historically accurate. Self-portrait 1940.


Who doesn't love good political propaganda? Mao Voting by Yu Youhan 1993.

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@ Gonzo plus everybody, I really really like it when peoples say why they likes it, what they posted. It illuminates the work and it provides clues for getting jollies out of trying to figure people out. Thanks for a great post with lots of nice art.
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I like a lot of different styles. I do get bored with the monotony of themes (I never want to see another Jesus or martyred saint again), but I like a wide range of art.

I saw the Klimt house in Munich. I cringe whenever I see his iconic images "the Kiss", but it was interesting to see a whole house done in his art, with furniture.



In 1987 I went to Kassel and saw the Documenta festival of art. 100 days every 5 years. I was replete with music, installations, architects, film and art decorated every facet you can think of:
documenta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Here's a list of the artists that had work presented there:
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One of my favorite memories is walking through a series of guillotines that had quotes from the French revolution written on the blades. A room with real burning bush (take that Moses!) and an instillation of Ophelia where in one could see her circulatory system.

Also for music the "No opera" was actually people singing "no" in various languages, not the Japanese operatic form.

Good times. Good times.
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He looks so vital, animated, as if he might turn to flesh and walk away. Something about the way the garment is draped. Such skill. I don't know who it is.

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I like a lot of different styles. I do get bored with the monotony of themes (I never want to see another Jesus or martyred saint again), but I like a wide range of art.
Me Sis--who has toured more art museums then I know, summed up a tour of Italy with: "How many 'Madonna i Bambini can you see?! Oh wait! This one's plaid!"

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. . . and this one she introduced me to:


. . . which I cannot find. Will have to get back to it. :drat:

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He looks so vital, animated, as if he might turn to flesh and walk away. Something about the way the garment is draped. Such skill. I don't know who it is.

That is Augustus Caesar, nephew of Gaius Julius Caesar and first emperor of Rome. The statue is known as the Augustus of Prima Porta after the town outside Rome where it was excavated on the grounds of a villa his wife Livia (yes, we are related) lived in after his death. It is currently in the Vatican Museums.

Oh, and that posture he's standing in, with the weight on one leg and the arm off-axis is called ( :drumroll: ) contrapposto (like Demi's consort!).
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Here it is. We thought it "Proud Maissie"--and it is probably misstitled on her card--but it is "Love's Shadow" by the same artist:



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. . . . .


It is actually a statue of:



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This type of mediterranean scene often uses a deal of texturing. I have a large one from a local artist and a small reproduction from Target. Just for relaxes purposes. This is by someone named Jouret.

Looks almost like a Thomas Kinkade factory painting.

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My all-time favorite artist is Paul Klee, and today, maybe this is my favorite of his paintings:

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He's been my man since I was about six years old, though, so it's hard to choose.

WebMuseum: Klee, Paul

Also, if anyone wants to start a separate ARTFIGHT thrad, I loathe art nouveau. I know. Nobody doesn't like art nouveau, but I really really really don't.
That looks like a pixelated penis.
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Goya

Also Spain's most famous painter "the Greek" El Greco.
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I love the Russian Constructivism movement. And my favorite artist is Rodchenko. He's known as one of the photography greats, true, but I love his graphic design and propaganda posters the best. There was a great show at the Lumiere Gallery in Atlanta about photography as propaganda and it was a.w.e.s.o.m.e.(Link to some of the featured works)




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I recently visited the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and was amazed at how close they let you get for picture taking. I took quite a few pictures for the Jewelry Porn thread but I can share some of the others here.
Can't honestly remember who these are by but I think one is Cezanne
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Rodin, can't believe how close I got
Van Gogh I'd never seen before
Monet, I think, but I'm not 100% sure

My favorite artist I can't afford is Mattise. My favorite artist I hope to be able to save up to afford is my nephew, Conor (or Seraphim as he goes by now). I can't link directly to any of his paintings, but if you look know that I will cut you if you buy The Waterfall or Creek before I can save up enough to buy them.
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Thanks Janet! Those were very nice. I really love the impressionists, but all of it was fantastic. Seems odd to follow those with a homey Wyeth watercolor, but hey, that's art. Oooh, Conor's work is fantastic, those are very nice. I love landscapes. The one on the front page is wonderful! Works like his The Cove and Across the River are so easy to use as the means to a mini staycation. Scrumptious.
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This is from 1839. I like the ethereal quality. For some reason that Taj Mahal like thingy just seems out of place art chronology wise, somehow.

Cole, Voyage of Life, Youth
Ahhh. Love the Hudson River Valley School.
Wait...One of Cole's protégés coming up.

Frederick Edwin Church's The Icebergs
It's a cornerstone of the Dallas Museum of Art permanent collection.


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I love the way Church handles the light coming through the icebergs, especially to the lower right of the painting. When I was a gallery attendant at the DMA (my first job after college) I used to study The Icebergs for hours whenever stationed in the Museum of the Americas.
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Gorgeous. The reflected ochre color on the edges of the left glacier is downright otherworldly, and I love the transition in the water from that ochre to aquamarine to nearly black in the lower right.

I read an interesting article about how Turner (NO I AM NOT OBSESSED; okay I might be obsessed) was fascinated by the latest science, like the recently-discovered surface of the sun, and used it in his work. I love the idea that underneath Turner's soft, glowing Romantic landscapes lies hard science.

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[Turner's] The Festival of the Opening of the Vintage at Mâcon – holds, Hamilton believes, a fascinating secret.

The painting, executed in 1803 after Turner travelled through France, is dominated by a ferocious sun, and Hamilton argues that it is painted in an entirely new and revolutionary way, based on scientific theories expounded by the astronomer Sir William Herschel.

Herschel gave a groundbreaking lecture to the Royal Society in 1801, in which he revealed his discovery that the sun had a surface with "openings, shallows, ridges, nodules, corrugations, indentations and pores". [...]

Not long after the discovery, Turner was painting the Mâcon festivities and appears to have painted the sun as Herschel had described.

"In a sense you can't really see it, you can't focus on it, but if you look very, very closely there is a tiny little disc which is in three distinct parts," said Hamilton. "They are painted in different ways – there's a dab and a wipe and sort of flick of the brush. He is making it into something, he is giving it a surface and coming so close to Herschel's lecture and his naming of parts, one has to see them as connected events."

Hamilton said Turner's sun was more than art – it was almost experimental science. It is a painting the academic knows well as he was for seven years keeper of the Sheffield gallery where, he says, the painting was "one of my pals". But it is not the only evidence of Turner's close relationship with science.
Unfortunately you can't see this at all in pictures. Google Art Project needs to get on that and digitize it so we can zoom in like crazy.

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Hi Contrapposto, that is a really exquisite painting. Apart from the way he handled the light and translucence, I also love the way he treated the water motion and the large berg in the middle distance on the right is quite a treat as well. Thanks for that one!

Hi liv, thanks for posting the Turner, that's a real beauty, it really does the trick for me. Also, thanks for explaining what contrapposto means, all I knew was pretty sure it's not musical. Thanks for the ID on the subject of the Caesar statue too.

Here is a scene from the French Revolution. I like the way the artist expressed light and atmosphere in this one. Sorry, don't know who the artist is.

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The storming of the Bastille is a worthwhile historical story to read about... at least the accounts that I have read of it have been entertaining.

The coloring is strange... I wonder if the artist had a specific time of day in mind or if he just sort of willy-nillyed the sky and the sun's placement.

It's beautiful, anyway. It's like being right there in the battle looking at that thing. I wonder what it really looked like that day...
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My parents have friends who have boys in their early teens. They are not allowed to use the bathroom on the first floor in my parents' house, because on the walls are hanging...

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Sadly I can't embed any pictures from the Detroit Institute of Arts. I have links to their Church, Cotopaxi, which is quite outstanding. I used to have a copy of it over my desk, and I'm sure its around somewhere. Another of their more famous works is The Nightmare, by Henry Fuseli, which has been used on tons of books on vampires and gothic literature and inspired the poster for the movie Gothic.

Unfortunately, my favorite painting at the DIA, Daphnis and Chloe, is one they've never thought highly enough to sell in reproduction or put on their site. I did find a copy of it online, though.


Another favorite of mine is Empress Eugenie Surrounded by her Maids of Honor by Winterhalter. I saw it in a traveling exhibit at the DIA when I was 12 and fell in love. I couldn't afford the poster then but found a copy when I was 20. It hung over my bed pretty much from then on, until this house. A few years ago I moved downstairs to a different, quieter bedroom but didn't rearrange my art with the move. I miss having Eugenie over my bed.

I was very proud of myself in Boston for recognizing a Winterhalter from across the room. I guess sleeping under his work for decades taught me something.
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