PAINTINGS THAT LOOK LIKE PHOTOGRAPHS: INSPIRATIONS FROM THE ART WORLD
How many times have you thought there are paintings that look like photographs, and for this very reason are beautiful?
These artworks are more real than the real, and describe reality for what it is, and maybe even better. Looking at these paintings you feel like you can touch the objects or talk to people depicted, who seem alive.
In this post you’ll find a selection of artists who make paintings that look like photographs.
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PORTRAIT OF WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART AT THE AGE OF 13 IN VERONA
There’s a painting that more than others comes to my mind when I listen to any Mozart’s melody. It’s the Portrait of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at the age of 13 in Verona, which was painted by a Veronese artist during the musician’s first stay in Verona.
In this post you’ll discover this famous portrait.
Portrait of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at the age of 13 in Verona
Female visitor looking pictures in art gallery
MUSEUMS DISPLAYING STUDENT ART EXHIBITIONS
Several museums are devoted to displaying students’ artwork to motivate talented students to create artworks. Educators work closely with students and teachers to organize and coordinate student art exhibitions.
The exhibition theme must be clearly defined as a way of inspiring the students and ensure that it is aligned with their learning objectives. Communities should have cultural institutions that can bridge the gap to provide students with artistic opportunities. The museums partner with community organizations, schools, and other agencies to present a schedule of students’ art exhibitions.
LUIGI PERICLE EXHIBITION AT THE MASI IN LUGANO: AD ASTRA
The exhibition dedicated to Luigi Pericle at the MASI in Lugano celebrates the artist’s career 20 years after his death, by retracing his artistic and spiritual research through a selection of paintings, drawings, sketches, documents and writings.
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Degas, The Absinthe (1875-1876)
DEGAS’S ABSINTHE: ANALISYS AND CURIOUS FACTS
Once someone asked me what’s beautiful and charming about Degas’s Absinthe. Actually, it’s a painting that doesn’t make you happy; rather, to me, has always had a subheading: “depression”.
No, Degas’s Abisinthe is not beautiful, it’s amazing.
It’s a painting depicting with photographic accuracy a scene that anyone who was in Paris at the end of the 19th century could see. However, Degas didn’t portray only a moment, but he rather told a story, in which it’s easy to imagine feelings and thought of the two protagonists.
In this post you’ll discover one of Edgar Degas’s most intense works.
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