Last Sunday ended an exhibition in the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. I visited just in time and saw some beautiful and large paintings which depict in great detail the life in a royal Korean Court, during the Joseon Dynasty, (1392-1910.) The photos are below, and there is also a video about Korea at […]

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Caspar David Friedrich was born in 1774 in Greifswald, Germany, and died in 1840 Dresden, Germany. Introduction He was a painter of German Romanticism, and created landscape paintings with enormous intensity.He said: “God is everywhere, in the smallest grain of sand.” The sculptor Pierre-Jean David d’Angers wrote about him: “Caspar David Friedrich was the sole […]

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 The Person Banksy does street art and graffiti, and even though he is now a famous artist, he remains loyal to his roots, and therefore his identity is still a question of speculation. You find a good overview of his activity and what we know about him on Wikipedia. On his own website, he says […]

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I have created  a gallery with most of the people on this website. It’s interesting to look at many faces at once. It’s even more interesting to see a face change over a lifetime, but that’s another project. Related posts: Visit at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco Popular Posts and Recent Pages Visit […]

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Paul Klee has an exquisite sense of color and form. During  trip to Tunisia in 1914 he was so overwhelmed by the colors and the light, that he later wrote “Color has taken possession of me….color and I are one. I am a painter“ The following biography of Klee is quoted  from the Webmuseum website. […]

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Hans Bellmer, 1902-1975. The following description of his life and work is quoted from: Peter Webb, Grove Art Online, Oxford University Press, 2009. Life and Work “German photographer, sculptor, printmaker, painter and writer. As a child he developed fear and hatred for his tyrannical father, who totally dominated his gentle and affectionate mother. He and […]

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