Category Archives: Painting

I Recreated Famous Paintings With My Girlfriend And Our Cats (18 Pics)

I am a professional photographer. When the quarantine was announced for the first time, the whole world was locked down, so my reservations got canceled and I found myself staying at home with my partner and two cats.

Feeling a bit bored and suffering from a lack of cultural activities, I was looking at art online; I was really inspired by the people and their creativity during the time of world pandemic and lockdown, so I decided to give it a go myself: I recreated classic art by photography using only the things that I could find at home and with the help of my beloved ones. This is what we made!

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René Magritte “The Lovers” (1928)

René Magritte "The Lovers" (1928)

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Will Barnet “Woman Reading” (1965)

Will Barnet "Woman Reading" (1965)

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Anatolijus Michailovas-Klošaras “Family Portrait” (2015)

Anatolijus Michailovas-Klošaras "Family Portrait" (2015)

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Caravaggio “Boy Bitten By A Lizard” (1596)

Caravaggio "Boy Bitten By A Lizard" (1596)

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Gustav Klimt “Portrait Of Eugenia Primavesi” (1913)

Gustav Klimt "Portrait Of Eugenia Primavesi" (1913)

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Emma Tingard “Young Anita”

Emma Tingard "Young Anita"

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Firmin Baes “The Young Girl And The Cabbage” (1903)

Firmin Baes "The Young Girl And The Cabbage" (1903)

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Antin Losenko “Zeus And Thetis” (Xviii Century)

Antin Losenko "Zeus And Thetis" (Xviii Century)

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Jacques-Louis David “La Mort De Marat” (1793)

Jacques-Louis David "La Mort De Marat" (1793)

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Frida Kahlo “Diego On My Mind” (1943)

Frida Kahlo "Diego On My Mind" (1943)

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Henri De Toulouse “In Bed, The Kiss” (1892)

Henri De Toulouse "In Bed, The Kiss" (1892)

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Suzanne Valadon “Portrait Of Maurice Utrillo” (1921)

Suzanne Valadon "Portrait Of Maurice Utrillo" (1921)

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Marc Chagall “Over Vitebsk” (1913)

Marc Chagall "Over Vitebsk" (1913)

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Orazio Gentileschi “Cupid And Psyche” (1610)

Orazio Gentileschi "Cupid And Psyche" (1610)

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Tamara De Lempicka “Portrait Of A Man Or Mr Tadeusz De Lempicki” (1928)

Tamara De Lempicka "Portrait Of A Man Or Mr Tadeusz De Lempicki" (1928)

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Michelangelo Merisi Da Caravaggio “Young Sick Bacchus (Bacchino Malato)” (1593/1594)

Michelangelo Merisi Da Caravaggio "Young Sick Bacchus (Bacchino Malato)" (1593/1594)

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Bernardino Luini “Salome Receiving The Head Of St John The Baptist” (Xvi Century)

Bernardino Luini "Salome Receiving The Head Of St John The Baptist" (Xvi Century)

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Tsukioka Yoshitoshi “Teasing The Cat” (1888)

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi "Teasing The Cat" (1888)

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Inside Out Painting Series: Sydney Opera House

You know the idea of using plants and flowers in a room, bringing the outside in? For years, this concept has been very popular in designing an interior space that would make the occupants feel like they are experiencing being in nature simultaneously. This idea is still in practice and provides for great human experiences.

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Watercolor Painting Tips

Because of the misunderstanding that watercolor is too hard to control and unpredictable, many people shy away from it. While it is true that watercolor is a medium that is challenging to master, it is very easy and economical. All you really need to begin is paint, water, and a brush.  You can use watercolor as your primary artistic medium or primarily as studies for oil or acrylic paintings. The rewards of this challenging and somewhat unpredictable medium are great. Here are some tips to help you get started:

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Interior Color Palette: Artist’s Color Wheel!

Have you ever been stuck in choosing the right color palette for your home? An easy way to come up with a color palette and stick with it is to think of the artist’s color wheel.

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Simple Watercolor Techniques

There are two major factors to consider when painting with watercolors: Wet and Dry. As the name suggests, watercolour is a water-based medium. Darkness and saturation of the pigment depends on how much water is added to the painting. For example, for the background or when trying to paint a background a solid color, you can use wet-on-wet technique so your pigment spreads quicker and blends well with it! 

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“Inside Out”: My Painting of The Miller House & Gardens; Its’ Relation To Venn Diagram & Interior Design

You know the idea of using plants and flowers in a room, bringing the outside in? For years, this concept has been very popular in designing an interior space that would make the occupants feel like they are experiencing being in nature simultaneously. This idea is still in practice and provides for great human experiences.

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