Showing posts with label watercolor painting. Show all posts
Showing posts with label watercolor painting. Show all posts

Watercolor Masterpieces Painting from the Brooklyn Museum

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Watercolor Masterpieces from the Brooklyn Museum
The recently opened exhibition features 70 stellar watercolors painting artwork from the Brooklyn Museum’s collection, chronicling the rise of the medium in America and shifts in technique over the years. The Brooklyn Museum was the first American art museum to start collecting watercolors,
so it only makes sense that all of the greats are included, and several works from some—Eakins, Sargent, Hassam, Prendergast, Marin, Marsh (and, naturally, Homer and Hopper). Going through the exhibition, you're able to see these artists progressively finding and tuning their creative voices.

"Winterized" - Our Favourite Painting

I Think Tis painting was made with watercolor style. You'll recognize, of course, the now even more icy couple from Grant Wood's American Gothic at left. And at right, below, you can see La Soif (The Thirst) by William Adolphe Bouguereau, and at left, below, you'll find it's altered counterpart, I Triple Dog Dare Ya.

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Famous Watercolor Painting - Beautiful Woman Was Sleeping

Famous Watercolor Painting
This painting maybe made with watercolor style, I think this artwork is including in the famous artistic paintings. I searched up famous paitings on Google Images, and found this really nice one called "Flaming June." The artist is Lord Frederick Leighton.


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