During my London trip, I had the pleasure of visiting all the major art galleries in the city bus simulator münchen kostenlos downloaden.
I was like a kid in a candy shop :)
Of course I didn’t buy any art, but I did take THOUSANDS of photos!
I took photos of the entrances word 365 alle schriftarten herunterladen! Of the floors! Of the corridors! The art. The didactic panels. The frames. The doors. The spaces. The negative spaces. Haha I truly enjoyed every little detail invoice download dhl.
I didn’t plan to share any of it on my blog, because seriously, even I think I over did it.
However, I do want to share these snaps from the Tate Britain Art Gallery, home of British art from the 1500s to present day youtube videos in mpeg herunterladen.
Close up of Portrait of Elizabeth I (1563) by Steven van der Meulen and Steven van Herwijck hp solution center download kostenlos.
Although it looks yellow here, the background was “gold” paint and had a stunning, satin sheen to it… making the whole painting shimmer download youtube video in safari.
If I paid money to get my portrait done, I’d want something OVER THE TOP like this too haha.
Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose (1885–6) by John Singer Sargent
I don’t know much about John Singer Sargent, except that he was a famous portrait artist based in London/Europe and he used to hang out with Monet and the other Impressionist dudes conjugation duden.
I recognised this painting from a high school art book (over 20 years ago), and yep… it is more amazing, more staggeringly beautiful and more mind-blowingly impressive in real life appsen app store.
I have no words.
Study of Mme Gautreau (1884) by John Singer Sargent
This is the sketch (yes a sketch!) of Sargent’s infamous painting Madame X, which caused such a huge controversy in Paris at the time that it damaged Sargent’s reputation as a portrait artist, and as a result, he decided to move to London dji spark video herunterladen. The rest of the painting can be seen here.
Whatever the case, it is a stunning study, and I would kill to be able to “sketch” like that!
Don’t know about you, but I want to crack open my charcoals after all this…