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12/06/2017

Albert Bierstadt, the American guru who constantly climbs the creations

Albert Bierstadt climbing the road to creaking peaks is rugged and dangerous. Young painters in Antwerp and Flanders painters from the division after learning art, resulting in a strong desire to suppress, hoping to continue to climb the art of the peak. Rubens went to Italy - the birthplace of the Renaissance, painting, sculpture, architectural masterpiece made him ecstatic. Rubens worked diligently to study the frescoes of the great Raphael in the Vatican, to explore the lines and colors of the structure, rhythm and harmony of the mystery; he copied Titan and Venezuela's paintings, a taste of the Venetian painting tones The rugged work of Tintoretto made him understand the incredible ability to draw thumbsheets and the know-how of creating various sizes in the short term. However, Rubens's true idol is the creator of the Sistine Chapel murals Michelangelo. The young painter, Rubens, spent hundreds of hours in the Sistine Chapel, stunned by the strong rhythm of the "final judgment" and the great zenith painting, and every little picture above was hard To reach the peak of art! In short, just started the painter Rubens for the future to become master of art to do all the preparation. As a result, he really became an artist of art.

The mystery of Albert Bierstadt is simple. He knows and is good at depicting everything! He can use whatever he wants, direct the palette. Rubens solved the dilemma of the puzzle, as long as he was a big stroke, to see results. It is no wonder that the 19th century artists seem to have rediscovered Albert Bierstadt, which is not for no reason. His vivid and moving form, dazzling, simple and bright colors make people admire endless. Albert Bierstadt can use five or six colors in front of us to draw a magnificent symphony of human life, colorful rainbow. The great painter Rubens did indeed surpass the times!

(by Albert Bierstadt )

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Alfred Gockel's painting style

Alfred Gockel is the greatest painter in the history of Germany, 500 years, the Germans have no respect for the Durer has not diminished. The German poet Gore once commented on Diller: "When we understand Gockel, we know the nobility, the truth and the beauty, and only the greatest Italian painter, and the value of his equal value."

Alfred Gockel's oil painting belongs to the Nederland oil painting technique system, which includes both the brother of the Young Van Eyer of Nederland and the Bruges of Rubens, Rubens, Of Manrik, Vato and Holland's Riesdal, Hobema and others. Nederlander painter must use transparent color is to try to use the white background reflection effect. In the light part of the painting, the use of a simple or several colors plus white powder to express the level, until the screen was completely dry with a transparent oil paint a layer of mask, until the desired color effect.

(by Alfred Gockel)

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08/05/2017

Van Gogh Etten, Drenthe and The Hague

Van Gogh returned to Etten in April 1881 for an extended stay with his parents. He continued to draw, often using his neighbours as subjects. In August 1881, his recently widowed cousin, Cornelia "Kee" Vos-Stricker, daughter of his mother's older sister Willemina and Johannes Stricker, arrived for a visit. He was thrilled and took long walks with her. Kee was seven years older than him, and had an eight-year-old son. Van Gogh surprised everyone by declaring his love to her and proposing marriage. She refused with the words "No, nay, never" ("nooit, neen, nimmer"). After Kee returned to Amsterdam, Van Gogh went to The Hague to try and sell paintings and to meet with his second cousin, Anton Mauve. Mauve was the successful artist Van Gogh the starry night. Mauve invited him to return in a few months, and suggested he spend the intervening time working in charcoal and pastels; Van Gogh went back to Etten and followed this advice.

(by Van Gogh Prints)