itt: post your favourite paintings.
-Name and Artist if possible
>Look at Dresden at full moonlight (1839)
>Johan Christian Claussen Dahl
got some moonlight shit too
love this one
>Shipping on the Clyde (1881)
>John Atkinson Grimshaw
I like this, it's the Rebecca-Mary from Garfield
It's a photograph not a painting.
Yet again, a photograph not a painting.
skull of a skeleton with burning cigarette
vincent van gogh
Cant believe those are photograhps
how the hell is it possible to have such a high res camera like 40 years ago? Looks digitally retouched to me.
Anyway I got some more for you OP, sadly no sauce so pls excuse.
Actors and the shots are setup. Even hired the local fire department to spray one of the streets for the wet look. Lighting rigs everywhere.
Crazy amount of work goes into his photos but the end result is beautiful.
i like modern art, i don't care what people say
please stop with this degeneracy
Don't know artist or title, but it was used for the album cover of Bathory's "Blood Fire Death" album.
my favourite painting, tan tan bo puking aka gero tan by takashi murakami
fuck off scrub
I once did dream about this painting when I was very young but I am sure I have never seen it before the dream
This is the cover of the Drudkh album "Blood in Our Wells". So bleak (the painting). If anybody knows title and artist name, I would love to know it!
no agnes cecile up in this bitch?
>the last days of Jan Amos Komensky
I've seen it in person. The thing is 4 by 6 meters. It's quite incredible.
This is not my favorite painting in the world, but it really speaks to me. I actually had the very same idea, except that in mine there were only one person by each fire. In fact, I drew a shitty paint version of this painting before I ever saw it. Funny, right, that two people should get the exact same idea in their head?
This is how I see the world in regards to true kindness and virtue.
The Musicians' Brawl
Georges de La Tour
I love the shading and the life in the paintings of him.
who is the painter?
pic related : "Landscape with Charon Crossing the Styx" by Joachim Patinir. Dating to c. 1515–1524,
I hate this shit. I hate most modern art.
>it's really just an avant garde expression of myself, I used granite and paint because it called to me
Bull shit hipster artist, you scribbled incoherent paint on a canvas and are getting paid for it. This thread has actual art aside from this shit.
did i rustle some big time art critics jimmies?
This painting almost perfectly depicts the feelings of despair I get when I'm sober and awake too late.
one of these:
fuCK i love classical/renaissance art. seeing paintings like these is like listening to a really good song for the first time.
This looks a bit more modern but I can really feel it. How isolated they are. To get to others means certain death. Born to die. The human curse.
I have no clue. I don't know shit about art really. The painting is one of a series of paintings called "Slavic Epic", wikipedia calls it Art Nouveau.
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Mine is a tie between Waterhouse's Lady of Shalott and Millais's Ophelia.
thats not for kids, it's got nudity n shit in it
Hitler was a fantastic geometric artist. He should have been an architect. But his depictions of people were really ugly, and that was what was in vogue at the time.
Can you imagine it, being able to draw so fantastically, but having the one thing you cant do right be the sole judge of your mettle? No wonder he went a little off the deep end.
Pic unfortunately related.
Makes me so eager to try DMT!
nah i'm more of a texhnolyze guy
crewdsons the shit
this is shit
This is one of the better threads i've seen on /b/ in a long time
a lot of cool stuff i've never seen before here
i've just started a long-as-fuck-hours job and when i get home i have a few hours before i need to go to bed so that i get enough sleep.
usually i just waste away the time like a moron but this time i actually feel like im doing something worthwhile with it and actually experiencing something with my time. the complete opposite of most of my life.