16 Brilliant Artists And Their Animal Muses
Animals have been inspiring artists since the first cave paintings of deer and bison -- and pet cats, dogs, birds, and others have continued to aid creativity with their beauty, humor, companionship, and cuteness. Read all about some of the greatest visual artist and animal relationships and the incredible work they have inspired.
How Picasso Draws Gilot at Gagosian
On one of the most inhumanly hot days last June, I flew to New York City to see the Picasso and Françoise Gilot, Paris-Vallauris, 1943-1953 Exhibit at the uptown Gagosian Gallery. I had to see this…
Self-Portrait, 1917 - Pablo Picasso - WikiArt.org
‘Self-Portrait’ was created in 1917 by Pablo Picasso in Expressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of self-portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Paintings That Celebrate Motherhood, Birthing Ideas
The act of creating life and nourishing it is so similar to the creative process -- those first quickenings of an idea, the laborious delivery of the fin...
“Portrait of a Woman” by Pablo Picasso (1955)
MoMA, 11 West 53rd Street, NYC by navema www.navemastudios.com December 29, 1955, Lithograph. Jacqueline Roque (February 24, 1927 – October 15, 1986) was the second wife of Pablo Picasso and his frequent model. Picasso spent the last 20 years of his life with Roque, during which time he created more than 400 portraits of her. They had no children. Roque was married previously; from her first marriage she had a daughter, Catherine Hutin-Blay. Before meeting Picasso, she was a saleswoman at…
Art and Quilting in Camden and Hope » 2007 » December
Sarah's work encompasses portraits, naturescapes, Hawaiian-inspired designs and abstractions from nature, for there is beauty around us every day if only we stop to see it. Visit the galleries to see her art quilts, the patterns section to purchase patterns which encourage the artistic individuality of the quiltmaker, and the links page for some of her favorite websites and books.
Animals in Art - Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso created “Bull” in 1945, a series of eleven lithographs, which has become a masterclass on how to develop an image from realism to abstraction.