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Here you can share with others by your favorite works of art: paintings, compositions or else smile

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#5 2016-09-14 16:59:50

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The student brought bad grades home from school smile

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Beautiful with a wide variety of expressions and substance.

Sister:  After all the tutoring!!
Mom: I'm disappointed
Brother: ahaha..
Dog..i still love you
boy...what have I done...the shame.


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Just a few words about the modern art and culture. Here we have a guy that calls himself an artist. His surname is Pavlensky. Once he nailed his scrotum right at the Red Square in Moscow as a sign of protest to the authorities. He is an oppositionist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ml8igIMxBuI

He made a few more masterpieces afterwards. Here he is cutting his ear.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwoMPyxi8PU

Sewing his mouth up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmMmNpn0KVc

Covering in barbed wire.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oJw5_pHo5c

Setting on fire the tires.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4UNSYO94hw

And then he decided to burn the doors of the Federal Security Service.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGSQus6rAAc

The only thing I know about him is the fact that he decided to shift to Ukraine, probably to establish himself in something new. He's working in Ukraine as an "expert in economics".


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Real oppositionist who can lead Russia and succeed Putin !

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#9 2016-09-14 20:05:56

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Nice topic!

Ok, so one day I was bored and wanted to try to draw a picture. big_smile
Some of my friends kinda liked it , so I decided to share it smile
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Sonic wrote:

Nice topic!

Ok, so one day I was bored and wanted to try to draw a picture. big_smile
Some of my friends kinda liked it , so I decided to share it smile
https://s12.postimg.org/lh72e2srh/1_8rfz_W_w_WI.jpg

are you sure it is not from a James Hadley Chase book edition? smile

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I just saw a picture on the internet and re-drew it in oil on a canvas tongue


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I just saw a picture on the internet and re-drew it in oil on a canvas tongue

its drawn nice!
almost sure it is illustration from a russian edidtion of a detective book, saw it a decade ago, have just tried to find it, but not succeed..

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thanks man, means a lot to me!


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i never could draw, i was even unable to draw properly dicks, boobies or mustaches in textbooks as did all the other students in years of school  sad , maybe the only picture i would able to handle is the black square smile

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well, me neither. i just tried to copy and pay attention to every curve as a separate unit. took a lot of time rly , thats why i dont  do it big_smile


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Sonic wrote:

Nice topic!

Ok, so one day I was bored and wanted to try to draw a picture. big_smile
Some of my friends kinda liked it , so I decided to share it smile
https://s12.postimg.org/lh72e2srh/1_8rfz_W_w_WI.jpg


Impressive.

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Not so much. tongue


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Mr Regular doesn't redline, he brownlines.

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Hey, check out my small guitar demo I recorded. It's my first multitrack smile
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Some interesting facts about Edvard Munch's Scream

    The Scream painting by Edvard Munch is one of the most well-known pieces of artwork in history, appealing to a wide audience even today. There are actually four different original versions of The Scream that Edvard Much created using different art mediums including oil paints, tempera, and pastels. The Scream is part of a larger art collection series that Edvard Munch called The Frieze of Life.

     In The Scream’s timeless image is a genderless person with a pale face, standing beside a railing with an expansive view of a chaotic environment. What is so gripping about the image is that the person is screaming, their mouth hung wide open with their hands on the sides of their face, and you can see that scream reflected and continuing on into the distance of the intensely bloody red, orange, deep blue, and black colored background. Two people stand with their backs turned to the screaming figure, with their black silhouettes on the very edge of the scene. Far in the distance there is a hint of a small city, almost completely lost in the swirling sky.

    Two of The Scream artworks are paintings, and the other two were done in pastels. The National Gallery in Oslo, Norway owns one of The Scream paintings, the Munch Museum holds the other “Scream” painting and one pastel, and another pastel is privately owned by Petter Olsen. Mr. Olsen is auctioning off his original “Scream” pastel artwork by Edvard Munch through Sotheby’s in New York on May 2, 2012. It’s estimated that just this one pastel artwork version of The Scream will sell for around $80 million dollars, making it one of the most valuable art pieces ever auctioned in history.

Inspiration for The Scream

    Norwegian by birth, Edvard Munch studied at the Oslo Academy with famous Norwegian artist Christian Krohg. He created the first version of The Scream in 1893 when he was about 30 years old, and made the fourth and final version of The Scream in 1910. He has described himself in a book written in 1900 as nearly going insane, like his sister Laura who was committed to a mental institution during this time period as well. Personally he discussed being pushed to his limits, and going through a very dark moment in his life.

    The scene of The Scream was based on a real, actual place located on the hill of Ekeberg, Norway, on a path with a safety railing. The faint city and landscape represent the view of Oslo and the Oslo Fjord. At the bottom of the Ekeberg hill was the madhouse where Edvard Munch’s sister was kept, and nearby was also a slaughterhouse. Some accounts describe that in those times you could actually hear the cries of animals being killed, as well as the cries of the mentally disturbed patients in the distance. In this setting, Edvard Munch was likely inspired by screams that he actually heard in this area, combined with his personal inner turmoil. Edvard Munch wrote in his diary that his inspiration for The Scream came from a memory of when he was walking at sunset with two friends, when he began to feel deeply tired. He stopped to rest, leaning against the railing.  He felt anxious and experienced a scream that seemed to pass through all of nature. The rest is left up to an endless range of interpretations, all expressed from this one, provocative image.

The Unique Style of The Scream and its Influences on the Expressionist Movement

    Many sources agree that the way that Edvard Munch portrayed pure, raw emotion in this artwork was a radical shift from the art tradition of his own time, and he is therefore credited with beginning the expressionist movement that spread through Germany and on to other parts of the world. Most of Edvard Munch’s work relates to themes of sickness, isolation, fear and death.

The Characteristic Techniques Used to Create The Scream

    One early version of this scene was created by Edvard Munch on a cardboard surface, using tempera, oil paints, and pastels together. Another version is only done with tempera on cardboard, and these early versions have almost violent, explosive strokes across the surface that deliver a high impact on the viewer. One of the later versions of The Scream was a lino print done in black and white only. Edvard Munch liked to add shadows and auras of color around his main subjects to add to the intensity of their emotions. ©

http://totallyhistory.com/the-scream/

I heard that some people start to feel bad when they look at this picture. They begin to feel anxiety, fear.

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One of my fav. This painting was very popular in Soviet times. A reproduction of this picture was in almost every house.
There were even chocolates candys with a picture of this...

Ivan Shishkin - The Morning in a Pine Forest
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yes this kind of pictures also in our homes smile Not bears but nature , people in village ...

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"the gatecoin" 
The subject is a number of children who are fighting for an coin that has become subject to them, as thanks to them for open the gate for a passing wagon.
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You're taught & surrounded by cultural teachings, stories, paintings, traditions, etc. growing up on a reservation. History is primarily spread through stories and songs. I won't bore you with songs because most others find them lame. I will share this story that in terms of cultural significance, is the most important to us. Also, you'll notice some similarities with other creation stories of other people/religions even though this was told thousands of years ago.

Ps: Obviously we don't take this literally. There's much more meaning behind it.


http://youtu.be/Etn92Ms8plo


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one painting from Master of miniaturs Mahmoud Farshchian

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Sunshine wrote:

Also, you'll notice some similarities with other creation stories of other people/religions even though this was told thousands of years ago.

Yes, its quite fascinating. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_flood_myths

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"the gatecoin" 
The subject is a number of children who are fighting for an coin that has become subject to them, as thanks to them for open the gate for a passing wagon.
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ … lanten.jpg

I spent a couple of minutes watching this and the only thing I didn't get is why these children are fat. They have to be poor and hence skinny if they fight for a coin.


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Well its from 1885. My guess is the farmers then had plenty of stock food, but if you wanted something "extra" like candy you had to pay up. Cheap copies of this painting was everywhere for a long time.

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