Understanding Art Through Budapest Fine Arts Museum: Part I : Understanding Art: Style of El Greco
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Understanding Art Through Budapest Fine Arts Museum: Part I : Understanding Art: Style of El Greco

The composition is crowded. The Mannerist painters did not want to have the kind of harmony Renaissance painters were craving for. Mannerist artists and one of the most emblematic Mannerist artist is El Greco himself. He wanted to express religious, deep emotions, and devotion. This death of religiosity produces expressive colors and by saying expressive colors, I mean that the…

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Understanding Art Through Budapest Fine Arts Museum: Part II : Understanding Art: Toulouse-Lautrec
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Understanding Art Through Budapest Fine Arts Museum: Part II : Understanding Art: Toulouse-Lautrec

Toulouse-Lautrec is one of the most interesting figures of the fin de siecle France, the turn of the century France, 19th and 20th century. He was a painter, he was an illustrator, a printmaker. He was quite a versatile man. He became disabled at an early age on, in his teens. We’ve got many paintings and drawings, posters from him,…

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When a Painting Doesn’t Go As Planned | Watercolor Painting Process and Art Talk
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When a Painting Doesn’t Go As Planned | Watercolor Painting Process and Art Talk

Hello everyone and welcome! My name is Noelle, and I’ll be painting a purple-y cloud sunset watercolor painting. In this video, I would like to explain my process for this piece and my thoughts about when creating a piece of art doesn’t go as planned. I personally have had this issue throughout my artistic journey, and I believe it’s a…

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