JAN VAN EYCK’S WORKS: 5 THINGS TO KNOW
Jan van Eyck’s works and some curiosities about the most influential and mysterious artist Western painting has ever had.
The perfection of Jan van Eyck’s works leaves you breathless and his technique is the forerunner of that used by many other great artists who will come after him.
In this post I’ll talk about van Eyck through 5 of his most beautiful works.
Which is your favourite painting among Jan van Eyck’s works?
Write it in your comments 🙂
Jan van Eyck’s works
GIACOMO BALLA WORKS AND BIOGRAPHY: 5 THINGS TO KNOW
I’ve been thinking about writing a post dedicated to Giacomo Balla works and life for a long time, because he was one of the most important artists of the 20thcentury, who for all his life continued to experiment new artistic languages and tried to find new ways to express his creativity.
According to Balla art had to pervade the world, exit the canvas and lay on everyday objects, transform everyone’s life, and mould the existence of anyone.
Giacomo Balla works and biography
GUSTAVE COURBET WORKS AND LIFE: 5 THINGS TO KNOW
I could write of Gustave Courbet works and life for days.
His most famous painting is “L’ Origine du monde” (“The origin of world”), so revolutionary and transgressive that has been censored because it depicts with a realism never seen before where we come from (you’ll find the image of the painting at the end of the post).
Gustave Courbet is known for being the most important artist of Realism and the source of inspiration for the Impressionist painters.
Gustave Courbet works and life
5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT GUSTAV KLIMT
Gustav Klimt was the protagonist of the Vienna Secession movement, and the driving force of a renewal of European art.
He painted fascinating society women wrapped in thick decorations, but he was also the author of bright mosaics and majestic allegories.
5 things to know about Gustav Klimt
AUGUSTE RODIN SCULPTOR: 5 THINGS TO KNOW
Auguste Rodin sculptor, one of the most famous French sculptors ever, is the artist who moulded the matter to transform it into passion and energy.
At the beginning his artistic career faced great difficulties, because his works were too modern for that time.
His passion for Michelangelo and Italian Renaissance art led him to create some sculptures which seemed to be unfinished, but which were extremely realistic.
Actually, Rodin used Michelangelo’s “unfinished” style in order to put in his works all the tension he could.