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Yulia Aleksandrovna Enemy
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Painting

Artist Yulia Aleksandrovna Enemy And Her Works

Artist Yulia Aleksandrovna Enemy was born in the city of Barnaul in 1978. In 1993 she completed her studies at the Art School No. 2 in the city of Barnaul. 2001 – State Medical University.

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Autumn
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Art News

Autumn Artist: The October Challenge

Autumn has arrived and we like autumn a lot! Instead of hibernating like so many forest animals, we’ve decided it’s a good time to start drawing and painting.

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Mona lisa
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Art News

Mona Lisa as an Advertising Face

Some masterpieces, especially Renaissance ones, are so famous, so well known that they have become absolutely familiar. Botticelli’s Venus, Michelangelo’s David, Leonardo’s Mona Lisa are icons of our time, real mass-media cult objects.

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creative idea
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Photo Art

6 Creative Idea With Unusual Materials And Techniques

Some talented and creative artists quickly realized and realized that it was quite difficult to surprise the public with ordinary paintings and began to experiment.

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Art History

Triptych Inspired By The Orestiada De Esquilo.

Of the sales, the “Triptych inspired by the Oresteia of Aeschylus” (1981) by Francis Bacon stood out, for which more than 84.55 million dollars were paid. The multi-million dollar sale of Bacon’s work was to be expected for several reasons. First, the work had not been on the market since 1987, when it was acquired by a prominent Norwegian businessman and collector.

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textile patch
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Art Design

In Praise Of Axonometry

This may seem like an article for connoisseurs but I’m sure it can reserve pleasant surprises even for those who are not interested in technical design. On the other hand, axonometry is not only a mode of representation for architectural projects but also a form of visual language.

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picture life
Photo Art

Look Up And Take A Picture Of Life

Photos are a summary of our lives and reflect our memories instantly. A memory we take at that moment remains with us forever and becomes immortal. That’s why photo is life.

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Van gogh
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Art History
Portraits

Two Portraits And Two Self-Portraits – Van Gogh

At the end of the 19th century, in the years when the fashion for photographic portraits spread, the great Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) stubbornly defended the pictorial portrait, arguing that

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Perspective
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Art History

The Accidental Perspective: The World Seen From The Angle

Yet “accidental” simply means unexpected, accidental. Because it is precisely that perspective that is obtained when one stands in front of the scene without paying attention to placing the perspective picture parallel to the front wall.

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Charcoal Pencil

Artist Evgeni Koroliov, Whose Drawings I Admire

While the artist is doing his work, he probably thinks something and reflects this idea to his work, but we, who follow this, add our own interpretations and this brings art to a multiple universe, each audience adds something from himself and gives meaning.

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