In his artwork he does a lot of scribbling, uses symbols, and skull imagery. His style is raw and he uses political and religious iconography. In my opinion his art is some of the best art that I’ve seen. He had a deep drive to show positive and happy thoughts. His work ethic was great and he was very passionate about what he did.
He created two of the most respected pieces of art in human history, The Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, both of which still maintain their credibility as masterpieces to this day. Da Vinci’s notebook also proved him to be a Renaissance man, he had many great ideas in various subjects including art, writing, anatomy and scientific design. Da Vinci’s notes show primitive ideas for inventions that wouldn’t be fully developed until centuries later. This flood of intelligence is what prevented a lot of his ideas from fully developing. Since da Vinci excelled in many subjects, he never had enough time in his life to completely focus on mastering one field in particular.
Cézanne did not agree with the Impressionistic trait of portraying the world through light, instead, he built up images by a generous use of color. Cézanne would distort objects and his works would often consist of numerous viewpoints on the one canvas. Cézanne worked with and was greatly influenced by other Impressionists he associated with, including Degas, Monet, Pissarro and Renoir. From the very beginning Cezanne showed aspects of Abstract and Cubism in his works. Cezanne also admired Romantic painter, Eugene Delacroix, who used color instead of lines to define objects; this inspired him to begin his quest for composition using color alone.
There is also a circle of speakers around him that start at his ears and gradually get bigger as they come away from him. The background is filled with yellow and red design with one big yellow circle at the top middle of the painting. At the bottom left corner there is scribbles of graffiti and lines of red all along the lower half of the painting. Bruce Bailey made his artwork have a very abstract look by choosing the colours and designs he did, and used it throughout the painting which made his work very unique and interesting. Analysis; Bailey used colour and value elements in his painting.
Instead of taking his father’s last name, Picasso took his mothers last name. Picasso was soon an artistic prodigy. When he was 14 years old he finished the 1-month qualifying examination of the Academy of Fine Arts in Barcelona in one day. He showed his passion and skill for drawing at an early age. He received training from his father Jose Ruiz.
When he felt he had the right image he would then project the slide onto a canvas and pencil in both lines and details. The reason why Goings was so amazingly talented is because he could paint the photograph with such profound detail that the audience would be able to see detail that they would typically not be able to see in reality. "My paintings are about light, about the way things look in their environment and especially about how things look painted. Form, color and space are at the whim of reality, their discovery and organization is the assignment of the realist painter." The painting called Ralphs Diner (1982) is a great example of the vivid detail he used with light color and texture.
The second one is Vincent Willem van Gogh because I like some of his paintings very much. His paintings were full of deep passion and emotion, and the colors he used are bold and vivid. Therefore, I wonder how he painted these paintings and why he committed suicide in 1890. The final person I want to meet is Maurice Ravel, a talented French musician who is known for his impressionist music. He composed many brilliant music works such as Bolero, Piano concert for the left hand and so on.
Monet and Van Gogh chose the subject of sunflowers for two of their most famous still life paintings and even though both depict the same type of flower, their painting styles are completely different. Van Gogh was considered to be more post-impressionist than Monet. Van Gogh was also considered to be an expressionist. Van Gogh moved to France and rented a house and began panting seaside landscapes, portraits and the Sunflower series. His paintings reveal his emotions and sensations and are expressionist in nature.
His paintings have intrigued and inspired an innumerable number of individuals and have certainly played a part in increasing my appreciation for art. I was especially impressed by the application of his study of light in his paintings to create depth and tone in his paintings. His understanding of how light in different forms, such as reflected, direct or diffused through the atmosphere, appears on a posing figure forever changed the way artists used light in their paintings. This transfer of skills and knowledge is also an aspect of him that appeals to me. I find his use of art in science and having a scientific approach to his art to be subtle in its brilliance.
Picasso developed Cubism along with another artist, George Braque. The two artists worked side by side during the cubism period. The painting has what you would call a “broken mirror” effect and is considered to be a characteristic of abstract. The geometric shape makes the paintings more pleasing to the eye is a good reason why Picasso’s paintings were so costly. When you can’t take your eyes off of a painting, it is surely reason enough to want to own it.