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  1. The artist is a vehicle for information, he presents us with an impartial set of ordinances, and it is up to us to give this information meaning.
  2. An artist was not highly regarded back in those days and when Michelangelo decided to become a sculptor, well, that was even worse. (Web site)
  3. The artist is the most famous son of Zaragoza and is widely regarded as being the Father of Modern Art. (Web site)
  4. The artist is the most famous son of Zaragoza and is widely regarded as being the Father of Modern Art.www.indigoguide.
  5. The artist was a major figure of the Dada group, which embraced the concepts of irrationality and obscure meaning. (Web site)


  1. Portrait - a representation of a person or group or animal on a two-dimensional medium that typically also shows some aspect symbolic of the subject.
  2. The portrait is an empathetic rendition not of Goya alone but of the universal human patient.
  3. The portrait was hung in the U.S. Senate in 1901 and later became property of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society where it is now on display.
  4. The portrait was the kind that Van Gogh preferred: "it is something individual, in which I feel in my element". (Web site)


  1. Paintings are copies of real life that aspire to being objects in their own right. (Web site)
  2. Paintings are organised chronologically and grouped according to aesthetic currents. (Web site)
  3. Paintings are originals done in oil and hand painted at great discount from galleries.
  4. Paintings are originals, done in oil and hand painted.
  5. Paintings are shipped rolled in a secure container, unless otherwise specified.


  1. The painter is a servant. (Web site)
  2. The painter was opposed to ever marrying. (Web site)


  1. Reproductions are awesome and do justice to the Artist.
  2. The reproductions are absolutely stunning, with special mention to some of the Sistine Chapel frescoes reproduced on transparent paper--nice touch.
  3. The reproductions are carefully chosen and richly presented.
  4. The reproductions are fabulous including the details and the smaller reproduction of contemporary paintings with similar subjects by other artists.
  5. The reproductions are fair in quality. (Web site)


  1. After ten "No" answers (indicated using the ten letters in the word "Botticelli"), the guessing team loses.
  2. Botticelli is a combination of a 600 thread count Sateen with a 490 thread count attached hem.
  3. Botticelli is a famous painter of the Italian renaissance. (Web site)
  4. Botticelli is a great guessing game for many can play the game at once. (Web site)
  5. Botticelli is a teaser to minds that have a hard time separating first names from surnames.


  1. Caravaggio - A genius beyond his time Notorious bad boy of Italian Baroque painting, Caravaggio (1571-1610) is finally getting the recognition he deserves. (Web site)
  2. Caravaggio is a 36 year old Single male.
  3. Caravaggio is a desperate man, the open eyes of Goliath are blind because he cannot see the future and even his slayer seems perplexed. (Web site)
  4. Caravaggio is a different thing, there was most likely only ever going to be one meeting of those thirteen musicians. (Web site)
  5. Caravaggio is a favorite with the students so far.

Claude Monet

  1. Claude Monet's most famous painting might be Impression, Sunrise.
  2. Claude Monet is a French artist, one of the creators of Impressionism, active in the second half of the XIX century and the beginning of the XX century. (Web site)
  3. Claude Monet is a principal founder of Impressionism.
  4. Claude Monet was born in Paris, but grew up in Le Havre.
  5. Claude Monet was impressionism's leading artist.


  1. The exhibition is an unprecedented one, in that it is the first to cover 500 years of Spanish art from the viewpoint of the portrait. (Web site)
  2. The exhibition is organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, its only venue. (Web site)
  3. The exhibition is part of a far-ranging collaboration between the Museo del Prado, the Musee d-Orsay (Paris) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York). (Web site)
  4. The exhibition is part of a traveling show curated by Robert Flynn Johnson of the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco.
  5. The exhibition is the first one to offer a complete overview of the Spanish portrait from its origins up to the early twentieth-century avant-garde. (Web site)


  1. The figures are carefully drawn, and the contours of their bodies reveal much about their states of mind.
  2. The figures are clear and full of beauty.
  3. The figures are created with broad brushstrokes, giving them a clear and substantial volume and shape.
  4. The figures are draped in a flat mosaic-patterned robe, rich in texture and colour, conveying a sense of passion as well as wealth. (Web site)
  5. The figures are quite out of proportion, owing to the difficulty of depicting a fully-grown man cradled full-length in a woman's lap. (Web site)

Francisco Goya

  1. Francisco Goya is a famous painter.
  2. Francisco Goya is one of the hottest windsurfers out there.
  3. Francisco Goya was a bit of an enigma, but he succeeded in being a painter both for the Court and for the People. (Web site)
  4. Francisco Goya was one of Spains greatest painters. (Web site)

Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec

  1. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - An entertaining biography of the Bohemian artist and stories about his involvement with the Moulin Rouge. (Web site)
  2. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is a saint.
  3. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was born into an aristocratic family in the south of France in 1864. (Web site)
  4. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was born on November 24, 1864, in southern France. (Web site)
  5. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was one of them.


  1. Impressionism was based, in its strictest sense, on the objective recording of nature in terms of the fugitive effects of colour and light.
  2. Impressionism was named after his painting “Impression Sunrise”.
  3. The term "Impressionism" actually was derived from one of Monet's paintings, "Impression: soleil levant". (Web site)

Johannes Vermeer

  1. Johannes Vermeer is THE text to have on this artist and is unlikely to be superseded anytime soon.
  2. Johannes Vermeer is a very mysterious character who spends most of him time in the atic room painting for money.
  3. Johannes Vermeer was born in 1632 in Delft, a Dutch city of 25,000 just north of Rotterdam.
  4. Johannes Vermeer was born in 1632, in the city of Delft in The Netherlands. (Web site)

Leonardo Da Vinci

  1. Leonardo Da Vinci is a medium-weight gamer's game. (Web site)
  2. Leonardo Da Vinci is a classic example of a Renaissance artist in Italy, and his scientific theories and research are as interesting as are his masterpieces. (Web site)
  3. Leonardo Da Vinci is one of the greatest and most ingenious men that history has produced.
  4. Leonardo Da Vinci is one of the in Florence (Why did).
  5. Leonardo Da Vinci was a God among men, and with this great documentary we are able to bear witness to his genius from beginning to end. (Web site)


  1. Michelangelo is a "jug-eared, flat-nosed, and rather squat, somewhat miserly loner, who also happened to possess an unparalleled artistic genius.
  2. Michelangelo is a case study in virus hysteria from overblown reporting. (Web site)
  3. Michelangelo is a coming of age musical about the life of the great Renaissance artist and sculptor.
  4. Michelangelo is a double-edged sword in the drive towards excellence in faith and in painting.
  5. Michelangelo is a font from AGFA Monotype library.


  1. Monet was intent on capturing the effects of light on nature and preferred to paint outdoors.
  2. Monet was 27, and he had to be away much of the time to promote his art. (Web site)
  3. Monet was a virtuoso, like the composer Rossini. (Web site)
  4. Monet was clearly a Modernist painter; the brushstrokes in this piece are not blended, accentuating the awareness of the medium.
  5. Monet was having the same struggle and the two men were good friends. (Web site)


  1. The Museum is a celebration of the life work of the master artist, sculptor, designer, poet, playwright, and author.
  2. The museum is a neat place and on Fri and Sat nites there is usually entertainment, a bar, and some of Andy's movies. (Web site)
  3. The museum is a paradise for any post-Impressionism aficionado since it holds the world---s largest permanent collection of Van Gogh---s works.
  4. The museum is also a kind of mausoleum to Dali's creative spirit.
  5. The museum was built 1633-1644 as a residence for Johan Maurits von Nassau, which was later transformed into present day's museum.

Pablo Picasso

  1. Pablo Picasso is a dominant figure in the modern art. (Web site)
  2. Pablo Picasso is a fine illustration of this change. (Web site)
  3. Pablo Picasso is a good example of abstract. (Web site)
  4. Pablo Picasso is a hero to many people in Spain for his beautiful artwork. (Web site)
  5. Pablo Picasso is a main pioneer for this movement, and his work reflects the intricacy of cubism.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

  1. Pierre-Auguste Renoir is a famous French painter, associated with the Impressionism movement along with his friends Monet, Sisley, and Bazille. (Web site)
  2. Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in 1841 in the province of Limoges, in western France.
  3. Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges and brought up in Paris, where his father, a tailor with a large family, settled in 1845. (Web site)
  4. Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges in 1841 and brought up in Paris, where his family had settled in 1845.
  5. Pierre-Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, France, the child of a working class family.


  1. The prints are beautiful, and some of the best art in the world is featured. (Web site)
  2. The prints are frequently to be found in two states, or editions.
  3. The prints are generally in color and always well-reproduced.
  4. The prints were even more beautiful in person. (Web site)
  5. The prints were published in 1863, 35 years after his death. (Web site)


  1. Raphael is a Swiss citizen.
  2. Raphael is a board member of the Hallelujah Worship Committee, an Orange Key campus tour guide and an SAT tutor for local youths. (Web site)
  3. Raphael is a common male first name and a very popular surname (source: 1990 U.S. Census). (Web site)
  4. Raphael is a common male first name and a very popular surname, according to the 1990 U.S. Census.
  5. Raphael is a fairly black face giving good impact when used in advertising, announcements and packaging.


  1. REMBRANDT is the finest surviving example.
  2. Rembrandt is a Dutch painter, who was born in Leiden on July 15, 1606.
  3. Rembrandt is a Pinto listed sire and any pinto colored offspring are eligible to be registered pinto.
  4. Rembrandt is a big teddy bear with a heart to match. (Web site)
  5. Rembrandt is a bleaching process that lightens discoloration of enamel and dentin. (Web site)


  1. The Renaissance was a rebirth in a second sense. (Web site)
  2. The Renaissance was a rebirth in many different ways. (Web site)
  3. The Renaissance was a rebirth of the human spirit, a rebirth of creativity. (Web site)
  4. The Renaissance was a time of discovery and adventure marked by a rebirth of the human spirit and renewed importance of the individual.
  5. The Renaissance was an age of discovery shown through , architecture, poetry, art, sculpture, and theater based on a Greco-Roman culture. (Web site)

Vincent Van Gogh

  1. Vincent van Gogh paintings are among the most expensive paintings in the history of art.
  2. VINCENT VAN GOGH is a book in the series Art for Children.
  3. Vincent Van Gogh is a Dutch post impressionist painter. (Web site)
  4. Vincent Van Gogh is a classic example of paintings being sold without proof of originality.
  5. Vincent Van Gogh is a famous case of this, one that a lot of people know about.

William Blake

  1. William Blake is a Christian who disagrees with the Christian beliefs. (Web site)
  2. William Blake is a columnist.
  3. William Blake is a hard man to define and comprehend.
  4. William Blake is a hard man to understand.
  5. William Blake is a legend.

Andy Warhol

  1. Andy Warhol is a 20th Century icon.
  2. Andy Warhol is a decent example of a PoMo artist. (Web site)
  3. Andy Warhol is a genius, because he dares to let the film run in order to see what will happen. (Web site)
  4. Andy Warhol is a joke of an artist.
  5. Andy Warhol is a key influence Self reference Self (1991), Turk-s most famous and notorious work, is the sort of sculpture that people either love or hate.

Gustav Klimt

  1. Gustav Klimt is a brilliant artist. (Web site)
  2. Gustav Klimt is a fave of mine.
  3. Gustav Klimt is a favorite of mine.
  4. Gustav Klimt is a fomous abstract painter.
  5. Gustav Klimt is a rather interesting character. (Web site)


  1. Madonna - the Material Girl has made herself into an icon, and has a rightful place in the top ten. (Web site)
  2. Madonna is a powerful pop culture icon. (Web site)
  3. The Madonna was intended for the altar of the sacristy.


  1. Mantegna is a Hollywood character actor with few big splashes that would help you put a face to this name. (Web site)
  2. Mantegna is a Mamet film regular whose expressive eyes allow him to convey more than his words and body otherwise seem to be conveying.
  3. Mantegna is a fine actor, but he was nobody's idea of Spenser, except maybe those who hired him. (Web site)
  4. Mantegna is a font from AGFA Monotype library.
  5. Mantegna is a master, the master at Mamet's vocal patterns and inflections, but I don't know how he could have done any better. (Web site)

Marcel Duchamp

  1. Marcel Duchamp is a French artist, active in the XX century. (Web site)
  2. Marcel Duchamp is a case in point. (Web site)
  3. Marcel Duchamp is a difficult artist.
  4. Marcel Duchamp is a founding figure of twentieth-century art and culture, the common source to which many contemporary movements trace their roots. (Web site)
  5. Marcel Duchamp is a good example of making art out of what was already in existence - or copying mundane objects to make a point.

Max Ernst

  1. Max Ernst is a German painter, sculptor and poet of the XX century, representative of Dadaism and Surrealism. (Web site)
  2. Max Ernst is a color mode zeichenpaf called "CMYK". cornice boards This is as redicioulous as we ---read--- handschrifterkennung video today.
  3. Max Ernst is a good start.
  4. Max Ernst is the man who embodies most completely the type of the surrealist painter, and not only on account of his seniority.
  5. Max Ernst was among those who shared the views and aims of the Surrealists and took an active part in founding the new movement. (Web site)


  1. Paul is the featured artist this month on the cover of this popular Brazilian rock magazine. (Web site)
  2. Paul was brought up to value education as much as his parents did. (Web site)
  3. Paul was invited to a great sit-down Christmas dinner with Johnny Winter and his management staff. (Web site)


  1. Prices are lower in larger groups.
  2. Prices are very reasonable and a great meal with wine can be had for USD10pp. (Web site)
  3. The prices are driven by supply and demand.
  4. The prices are on the labels.
  5. The prices were far too high for residents to afford.


  1. Rome was crawling with painters, ornamental decorators.
  2. Rome was noteworthy for grandiose urban design, demonstrated through the forum, complete with basilica, temple, and other features.


  1. The woman was back in a second. (Web site)
  2. The woman was dead. (Web site)
  3. WOMAN: A mad painter; that's what I think of him. (Web site)
  4. Woman is an element, all the elements in one,--earth, air, fire, and water, met together in a rose. (Web site)

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