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Living With Art

Living With Art

Living with art has no magical formula

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Best Sand Castle Art

Best Sand Castle Art

creating sand castle art takes time, skill and when its done you just can be amazed by the imagination of people. While kids and adults can have fun and make sand castles ( I highly recommend it for relaxation and fun) but these artists take the business of creating their art…seriously!

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Writing Is An Art!

Writing is an art, but you know you are on your way to success when you are asked to choose your own name!

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The Garden of Earthly Delights

The Garden of Earthly Delights

The Garden of Earthly Delights created by Hieronymus Bosch is one of the strangest paintings in the history of art. Do you agree?

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A Tribute to a Grandfather

A Tribute to a Grandfather

Image source: Art portfolio   Losing a loved one especially a grandfather leaves many feelings for those who are close to him. I had written a tribute to a grandfather on my blog Battered Hope.     When we think about loss I am reminded of this poem Grandfather ~ Unknown Author Weep not for me though I am(…)

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Salvador Dali’s Mathematical Obsession

Salvador Dali’s Mathematical Obsession

Salvador Dali’s Mathematical Obsession If this can be said at all, I have always believed Salvador Dali, the genial Surrealist Spanish painter, reached his highest as a consummate artist more or less around the decade during which he painted almost all of his religious works, from 1949 to 1959. This of course excludes The Sacred Heart(…)

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The Other Caravaggio

Caravaggio, also known as “The other Michelangelo” for his real name, Michelangelo Merisi, used chiaroscuro in most of his celebrated master works. Come and learn about this unconventional painter.

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Between Agony and Ecstasy: Giacomo Grosso, Italian Painter

Giacomo Grosso, like Bouguereau and many other famous artists internationally acclaimed, evidenced a marked predilection for painting the female figure, which on occasion would stir commotion among the intellectuals of his time. At the same time, however, and like other great artists of his time, he would feel a deep urge to paint religious works of the most precious facture.

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