ITT: post awesome art
also does someone has the pic from the paintings made by Hitler and those who got into the art academy?
the perspective is fucked up a little
It's a shame that the only real form of patronage we have today comes in the form of video games.
Should I dump my art folder (most of which I got from /pol/)? I'm dumping my art folder. I tried to get the correct title for each piece. Enjoy!
This one is actually by a modern Russian artist whose name I can't remember. But it's nice to know that actual art isn't dead.
Muh goal body.
T/N: "Berufung" is Nazi for "Volition" which is ableist.
>Go into the desert they said. You'll have an epiphany they said.
Does anyone have a painting of someone squatting to go with this painting of oatz?
Thanks, that's really amazing.
I just leave this here
The Art Renewal Center is devoted
to the following principles and beliefs
To create the largest on-line Museum on the internet, with hundreds of thousands of oversized high quality images of all the known works of the greatest painters and sculptors in human history, cross referenced to the largest encyclopedic online art reference library of historical texts, essays, biographies and articles
To promote a return of training, standards and excellence in the visual arts.
To provide responsible views opposing those of the current art establishment when warranted, especially as expressed in critiques of current art exhibitions, and in aesthetic philosophy.
To disseminate the rich artistic heritage of 2500 years of accumulated knowledge in creating traditional, realistic images touching upon universal and timeless themes.
To advance the understanding that Great Art begins with great themes and expresses them poetically through mastery of all aspects of technique.
To repudiate the idea that development in art requires destruction of boundaries and standards, pointless emphasis on 'newness,' or pursuit of the bizarre and ugly as ends in themselves, and to expose as artistic fraud those works conceived only to elicit outrage.
>TFW no maiden to tend to your wounds as you lie on the corpses of your foes.
Joining you guys, is this a full art thread? Painting,sculptures, architecture?
Yes, with Polykleitos, the man who calculated the perfect human proportions
Pic realted is Bernini's Apollo and Daphne. Daphne, being chased by apollo, asks the gods to saved hear from him, the gods turned her in a tree. In the sculpture Daphne is in the process of transformation
Does anyone know what the image limit on threads is? I can never remember.
nobody ever said that
he was rejected because he had difficulties with depicting faces
That's one of my favorite paintings. Just the amount of dedication that must have gone into depicting every soldier on there. Also, the composition of moon and sun in the background is beautiful.
>ITT: fedora tippers
They've had threads like this before but they are so eager to name call anyone that calls them out for not looking deeper into the painting like symbols, inner meanings, political and social contexts, etc. as pretentious
They just like them because they look nice
This for example
was made to represent increasing tensions and call to arms among the French which preceded the French Revolution.
figuratively fuck off to tumblr
also he knew more of art and operas than most of his peers. it's said he could whistle wagner operas exactly on the notation. he was also able to sell his paintings and aquarells.
he got many things right before they got a thing, like degenerate art...
If you see the whole statue,the details are astonishing.
why make me wait a minute between each post?
This thread is absolutely incredible, /pol/. Thank you for this. Have some Dali.
>They just like them because they look nice
>Getting enjoyment out of skillful beauty is bad
Whose the fedora tipper now, Schlomo?
Great video. The art world does requires some objective standards to a degree, now that it's been completely devolved to nothing thanks to post-modernism. A blank void room can be considered "art" now.
I loved his point on transcendence. Every great piece of art throughout history shares that common thread.
you still because you are probably one of those people call everything he doesn't like "degenerate" and then praise yourself for admiring true art, but when you post it, you have absolutely no clue of what you're actually posting
Serge is great.
>The viking has a horned helmet
into the trash it goes.
>Implying shitposting is anything new.
Dali's a very good counter-argument to (many, but not all aspects of) ugly modern art. As a surrealist, he was free to paint anything, which granted his work originality, while still retaining pleasant proportions, skill as well as general beauty.
Photography is art. I have a friend who is into it, and there's definitely artful skill involved.
Because he was a failure who took out his angst against society by murdering millions.
>living off parents money
>failure at his chosen craft
>turns his angst into blaming everyone else for his failures
He was the Elliot Rodgers of the 1930's.
Breathtaking. Absolutely exquisite. Do you know the name of the painting behind?
Las meninas? Why?
Iirc, I think the painting was actually finished right before the start of the revolution, and it was in favor of the emperor. But since it was so powerful, it was used by the rebels as a motivation
you are right. your grandfather Chaim probably told you monsters can't paint for shit so all he can make are postcards.
>tips dyed hair
You can't appreciate true beauty without knowing what to look for.
Renaissance art and Baroque art especially is full of symbols, themes, political contexts, analogies, and the like.
If you don't bother to want to know those things, you have but a casual interest in art and you could be considered a degenerate
Your post is unintelligible, since you didn't add
at the end.
Anyway, back on topic.
He joined the German army and fought bravely throughout WW1 earning an Iron Cross, the only German corporal to earn one. He was a messenger, one of the most dangerous jobs as they were an easy target for the enemy.
Little fun fact for you:
Raphael painted himself into this painting on the far right, second guy from the left with the black hat, Leonardo Da Vinci was used for Plato in the center, and Michelangelo is on the left thinking with his first under his chin
I visited the Chicago Institute of Art a few days ago. Wall to wall magnificent art.
He also did some cool sculpture too.
Venus de Milo with Drawers
What can't be considered art this days?
What makes you qualified? According to Tolstoy thesis about art, art have to stand by its own. Sure, you can add symbolism to it like Bronzinos Venus,Cupid,Folly and Time, that's another level, but the work stands on its own too.
>Photography is art. I have a friend who is into it, and there's definitely artful skill involved.
"I think anybody can take a good picture." - Andy Warhol
so yeah...you're friend is a hack
i see your painting detail and I raise you this
Sure the work stands on its own, but if you want to truly appreciate art and the true beauty of the painting, knowing the information behind it is way better as opposed to whether it is hyper realistic or not
What the? That's by Dürer?
Whoa, I've never seen that before and it looks incredible. Possessing so much detail at such a monumental scale, very impressive.
Also the only reason he got the Iron Cross was because he dick sucked back at regimental.
Las Meninas is a technical prowess. Check all the sources of lighting, also the perspective. There's a mirror where Philip IV and the queen are being projected. Also, the canvas where Velazquez is painting is the actual canvas seen through a mirror.
Serious question: do you have formation in arts? Do you read books about it?
Would you put Rothko's #22 above the Package of Claudio Bravo?
Any recommended material to learn about art?
Wow, a leftist using the Daily Mail as a source! You can't escape the fact that Hitler was awarded the Iron Cross, and was severely injured while on duty. Nor can you ignore the fact that he wasn't a lazy neet who did nothing, as you originally claimed.
that's not the painting though
that's only part of the painting
Look up G. Harvey, not to be confused with Guy Harvey the fishing apparel. My parents have a few of his paintings, mostly his western scenes; he also painted lots of early 20th century Jew York scenes
I like Warhol, don't know what many people hate him
>What can't be considered art this days?
Depends an who you ask and how you define "art." I'm far from a philosopher or an art expert, but I'll still talk about shit I don't know about. the question WHAT can be considered art isn't exactly the right question, you should be asking about mediums. Painting, sculpture and literature I don't think anyone would say isn't art. But I would also include things like Photography, Film and Video Games (more on that one later). To me art has to evoke some sort of emotional reaction in the viewer and have no practical value. So something like architecture isn't exactly an artistic medium, since it has practical value. But people often think that just because something is "art" means that it's GOOD art. Most of the paintings in this thread are GOOD art, but the paintings in >>38897337 are clearly BAD art. La Pieta is GOOD art, but that sculpture of a buttplug in France is BAD art. The Brothers Karamazov is GOOD art, but Twilight is BAD art. The Godfather is GOOD art, but Twilight is BAD art. Okami is GOOD art, but Drake of the 99 Dragons is BAD art.
Now, I need to stop spewing shit, and get back to dumping GOOD art.
>hating hitler makes me a leftist
Just how deluded are you?
And yes, he was in fact a lazy NEET until the age of 19.
It wasn't until his mother died and he got her inheritance that he moved to Vienna to try to get into art school.
And congrats on getting injured. First person in Combat to ever have that happen to them.
That artist made one loyal fucking dog look like the god of loyal dogs in this painting, holy shit.
Bernini is probably the greatest of all time sculpture artist. I don't think anybody has surpassed his level of craft.
indeed, which is why it's my favorite painting. It dates to mid 1400s and it's so rich. Just look at those shoes, the dog, the dress, the details on the bed and chandelier, the shadows.
something interesting to note is that the mirror is there on purpose to reflect the artist and his wife and the writing over it says "Jan Van Eyck was here" because it served as a marriage contract
Brilliant painting nonetheless
You nazifags are so fucking backwards.
You don't realize that visual art is like different languages. Saying that representational art is the only language and that everything else is degenerate is a stupid as worshiping a German Jew who was part of the greatest conspiracy ever, and the man most directly responsible for the creation of that pesky little country on the east coast of the medi.
He was a great actor: much better at acting than painting, that's for sure.
ok he has a couple nice works but it was all sort of the same style back then. Go to Rome and you'll see thousands of great sculptures. By Bernini's time it was down to a formula.
The painting in >>38898379 is the 5th part of the series, called "Desolation."
Baroque art is best art.
Listen to this
Do you know an artist from Belgium who was a lil bit strange and had a crush on this lady who didn't reciprocate those feelings. He painted them both together in a swirl of blue.
We're nearing the bump limit aren't we? Can someone make a new thread, I'm not done yet.
I really enjoy these threads on /pol/.
Does anybody have more hellenistic Art?
I've only got 7 pics after this one.
Oh, you're actually asking me. I don't know, but that sounds really cool. I don't know shit about no arts, though.
My favorite statue, can't believe it hasn't been posted.
This series is by the same artist that did "The Course of Empire." I don't like this one as much, but it's still great.
This is the 4th and final piece of the series. The third piece was posted by >>38898547
>And Tyr so loved the world that he gave his sword-hand to bind the Great Wolf, Fenrir.
Is art nouveau /pol/-sanctioned ?
And I'm out. I hope you guys enjoyed the thread. And remember: With Jews you lose!
You're arguing with children.
Also, I've posted an art ^_____^
Honestly, I can tolerate people that like paintings like that, but it's really nothing for me. Not only don't I just think it's unpleasant to look at, but it reminds me of how works like these were the source of many ugly modernist art genres.
I'll keep dumping some stuff
Thanks so much for this thread m8
It has been a blast
>it have use, you use it
Well really what I meant by "practical use" was something like a building or a tool. For example I wouldn't consider >>38899054 to necessarily be "art" It's certainly beautiful and impressive, but it's a helmet. Helmets are practical as fuck. Vidya on the other hand is entertainment, and I would consider most entertainment art (NOT always good art, though). And it's arguable whether entertainment has a practical use or not, but I personally think not.
Well it's not Dali or Picasso's yid-sponsored bullshit symbolism either.
0/10 looks like jewish 'art'
this thread now needs the entire collection of the black paintings to redeem itself