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Pablo Picasso His Art

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Photo by Wikipedia Pablo Picasso is considered for being one of the most popular painters in the 20th century. He was born in Malaga, Spain on October 20, 1881. Furthermore, to painting, Picasso was a printmaker, stage designer, ceramicist, poet, and playwright. He spent his most adult life in France. Biography on October 25, 1881, Picasso was born in Málaga, a city of Spain. The mother of Picasso was Doña Maria Picasso y Lopez. His father was Don José Ruiz Blasco, a painter & art teacher. A serious world-weary kid, the young Picasso had a pair of piercing, black eyes...

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Abstract expressionism

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Image brought to you by Bored Art Abstract expressionism It is the term that is applied to new forms of abstract art which are developed by American painters such as Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, and Willem de Kooning in the 1940s and 1950s. It’s characterized by gestural brush-strokes, mark-making, and the impression of spontaneity.   Types Of Abstract Expressionism Within abstract expressionism were 2 broad groupings. The so-called action painters, who attacked their canvases with expressive brushstrokes as well as the color field painters who filled their canvases with big places of a single color.   Jackson Pollock and Willem...

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Marc Hauser was an American photographer

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Video Provided by  Chicago Reader Marc Hauser was an American photographer from Chicago. He took photographs of celebrities such as Woody Allen, John Belushi, Michael Jordan, Eric Clapton, Dolly Parton, Oprah, Cindy Crawford, Mick Jagger, Sophia Loren, and Dennis Rodman. He took the images for John Mellencamp's Scarecrow album cover. Hauser was raised in the Chicago place and began taking images at the age of 13. By the '80s, he had become a well-respected photographer, with subjects involving Mick Jagger, Dolly Parton, Eric Clapton, and Michael Jordan. He did win more than 100 awards for his work, including a Clio....

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Ed Paschke

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  Art provided by  https://www.edpaschke.com/ Ed Paschke was a painter from America who is famous for his neon-hued photographs of pin-up posters, blooming televisions as well as classical Greek sculptures. Influenced by the Pop Art of Andy Warhol, he did works that mirrored media culture darkly instead of mimicked it, as one can see in his hallmark work Pink Lady (1970). Life is much about rule-breaking, about confrontation. Otherwise, history will just stand yet, he once reflected. Somebody has to come along and break the rules and try for whatever reason to go around things a different way. Even if...

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Imagist Artist Chuck Close

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Image Provided by the Metropolitan Museum of Art   Chuck Close is globally famous for reinvigorating the art of portrait painting from the 1960s to the current day, a period when photography is challenging painting's dominance in this place, and succeeding in gaining appreciation as an artistic medium in its own right. Chuck Emerged from the 1970s painting movement of Photorealism also known as Super-Realism but later moved beyond its hyper-attentive rendering of a given subject for browsing how methodical, and system-driven portrait painting based on photography's underlying processes can suggest a vast range of artistic as well as philosophical...

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