Titian’s ‘Bacchus and Ariadne’ Auerbach’s Sketch #2 Bacchus and Ariadne, Frank Auerbach What do you think? Did he get it?
Auerbach’s study of ‘Bacchus and Ariadne’
Titian’s ‘Bacchus and Ariadne’
Auerbach’s Sketch #2
Bacchus and Ariadne, Frank Auerbach
What do you think? Did he get it?
30SAL Challenge: Argus-eyed
Thursdays are vocabulary days for our 30 Day Creative Challenge, and our inspiration for today comes from Greek Mythology. Argus-eyed Vigilant. ‘The young salmon in the Orkla and Sokna rivers are monitored with Argus-eyed vigilance.’ (Source: Lexico) Origin Early 17th century in Greek mythology Argos was the name of a watchman with a hundred eyes. …
CALL FOR ART
[image_with_animation image_url=”8864″ alignment=”” animation=”None” box_shadow=”none” max_width=”100%”] Our first annual Seattle Artist League show was an enormous success – over 100 artworks in a wide variety of styles, and a very active reception with enthusiastic reviews. We’re doing it again! All past and present students and teachers at the League are invited to show their work …
[image_with_animation image_url=”9309″ alignment=”center” animation=”None” box_shadow=”none” max_width=”100%”] Carlos San Millan Doorzien – a Dutch word translated as “to see through.” In dutch art, doorzien referred to a painting that showed a view from one room into another, making the picture especially beautiful. Nicholas Maes, 1657 (Danish) Pieter de Hooch, 1660 (Dutch) …
Today’s V. Note is a collection of nativity scenes, ordered starting in the present day and walking back in time. The last images, the earliest depictions, are from 4th Century in Rome and Southern Gaul. I’ve added a few works, but most of this collection can be found on Wikipedia and The Guardian. It is one of the …