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Syrian sculptor Haitham Shoaib takes this animal as the subject of his sculptures. The artist – who co-owns the Damascus foundry where many prominent Syrian sculptors, Houmam Alsayed and Fadi Yazigi among them, ta...
Fusain sur toile
1988 - Being semi-relaxed - acrylic on canvas - (85x109cm)
- 1979 Graduated of Damascus Art Faculty (Syria).
The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Lecture Series: One Hand Clapping Opening Event
To mark the opening of "One Hand Clapping," join us on May 5 for a talk with cocurators Xiaoyu Weng and Hou Hanru, and a conversation with exhibition artists Cao Fei, Duan Jianyu, Lin Yilin, Wong Ping, and Samson Young. Each artist has created a new work for the exhibition, which is the third and final presentation of The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative.
National Geographic Museum Photo 2018-04-19 18:27
Experience the beauty of patience through photos at our "Day to Night" exhibition, open now until April 29. http://bit.ly/2GBcMzM
American Museum of Natural History - American Museum of Natural History 2018-04-19 14:28
American Museum of Natural History: This Throwback Thursday, we want to feature one of the Museum’s most popular videos: On Earth Day 2017, we highlighted what’s changed since the first Earth Day in 1970. Our population has doubled, temperatures have risen, and wild animal populations have shrunk. But the world has also changed for the better—key pollutants have decreased and ozone-depleting CFCs were banned! Check out the video for more facts. And remember: together, we decide what the future of our planet looks like.
National Gallery Photo 2018-04-19 13:40
Canaletto died #OnThisDay in 1768. He was very influential, favoured by English collectors and was famous for his precise depiction and evocative views of the city. Canaletto often made meticulous preparatory drawings. He may have used a camera obscura for topographical accuracy in creating some of his designs, but he always remained concerned with satisfying compositional design, not simply slavishly recording views. His 'London: Interior of the Rotunda at Ranelagh' in Room 38 shows this extreme precision: http://bit.ly/2GSNblt
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Photo 2018-04-19 13:02
In London, Benjamin West taught three generations of visiting American artists, advancing both the Neoclassical and the Romantic styles. The shaft of light cutting diagonally through the Baroque composition symbolizes God’s revelation to Moses of the promised land he was to see but never enter himself. https://met.org/2H7ZAWG Featured Artwork of the Day: Benjamin West (American, 1738–1820) | Moses Shown the Promised Land | 1801
Photos from Saatchi Gallery's post - Saatchi Gallery 2018-04-19 11:17
3D collages or 2D sculptures? California born artist Dustin Yellin creates this 20 foot long landscape,‘10 Parts’, 2015 to imagine a world wrecked by climate change. Across the 10 modular glass panels are thousands of intricate cut-outs between many layers of glass bursting with wild, enigmatic stories. #DustinYellin #Collage #Sculpture #ContemporaryArt #Art #SaatchiGallery
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art Photo 2018-04-18 19:04
Spring—one of four paintings by Cy Twombly evoking the rhythms of nature, now on view in #TheLongRunMoMA mo.ma/2HydJMh … [Cy Twombly. “The Four Seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter” (detail). 1993-94. Synthetic polymer paint, oil, house paint, pencil and crayon on four canvases. Gift of the artist. © 2017 Cy Twombly Foundation]
Tate Photo 2018-04-18 19:03
What's your favourite thing about spring? Alfred Parsons, When Nature Painted all Things Gay 1887, Tate collection. https://goo.gl/UWkZ9U