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Cecil Aldin Prints – One of the Greatest Dog Artists of the 20th Century

Cecil (Charles Windsor) Aldin (1870-1935) is still recognised today as being one of our greatest dog artists of the 20th century. He started drawing when only 9 years old, later on to develop an ability to draw and paint everything from Manor Houses, Old Inns, Cathedrals, Driving scenes, Racing, Hunting and probably top of the list – Dogs!

The Evolution of Fine Art

Art is no longer like it was thousands of years ago. It has now moved forward from the primitive period and into something that is more sophisticated. Fine arts were mainly created for aesthetic purposes. Before, there were five greater fine arts – sculpture, painting, architecture, music and poetry.

Resonance of a Tradition

Calligraphy has been a unique and pivotal feature when we talk about the Muslim Art and Architecture. Islam is a non-iconographic religion therefore; it encourages non-figural and non-imitating art forms. When the Muslims gained power and wealth in the Umayyad period (661-750 CE), they concentrated on the development of architecture.

Kathy Drummond

Kathy Drummond is a fascinating person to listen to – her journey from art school to present day in interesting and amusing. she obviously finds her inspiration from her surroundings in which she is very comfortable. Her early paintings reflect her views of the world from a different perspective – from above rather than more conventionally from the side view.

Is Fluxus Art?

The statement “Painting is Dead” will always be a topic of debate! It became a major topic of discussion in the 1980’s during the Fluxus period. Fluxus is Latin for “flowing”, in English flux means a gushing forth, an abnormal discharge of fluid, a fusion, a state of continuous change.

Life and Art of Paul Klee

This article is about the life and art of noted artist Paul Klee. Known for his philosophical and poetic bent of mind, he was a multi talented personality devoted to art. Leading an active social life, Klee was also associated with theatre and the opera.

Gary Willis

Gary Willis describes himself as a “Dead Beat Modern Art Type” – a bottom feeder! For his first ten years as an artist he claims that he had no direction, everything was spontaneous and he tried whatever seemed to be a good idea at the time. He then travelled and discovered Bhuddhism – to the extent that he became a Buddhist monk.

Can You Save on Screen Printing Equipment?

When looking for screen printing equipment, it’s likely you’ll see a lot of different offers for very different price ranges. The different models in the market make sure that every target user can be happy with their choosing, with some low end models for the occasional silk screening project and the professional machines for those who want to use it as the base of their business. Of course that what you’ll get out of each model is pretty much dependent on the price you’re paying for it, so if you’re expecting to use that low…

Graffiti Supplies – The Street Artist’s Handbook

A guide to graffiti supplies and everything that goes with. Things every street artist should know.

Vincent Van Gogh and the Bandaged Ear

Discover the history behind the famous painting, Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear, by Vincent van Gogh. After a fight with artist, Paul Gauguin, Van Gogh cut off his lower ear.

Salvador Dali: The Master Of Surreal Art

In this article, we are going to talk about one of the great art masters who gave us a whole new way of seeing the world through his paintings and he was Salvador Dali. This article aims to provide information to know the life and the inspiring works of Dali.

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