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My Work « Artist Alex Yanes

My Work « Artist Alex Yanes

Diane Gronas - Self-portrait in the style of Patrick Nagel original design in Painter

Diane Gronas - Self-portrait in the style of Patrick Nagel original design in Painter

^click photo to enlarge^  Apollo is a genuine Flanders Belgium jacquard wall tapestry. This scene depicts Apollo among the Muses, resting on Heiicon with representatives of literature and history. The original design was by Bernard van Orley, a Flemish Renaissance painter (1487 - 1541). This is one of six tapestries in the Triumph of Apollo series woven in the workshops of Leyniers in the 18th century. In ancient Greece, Apollo was the God of the arts, archery, and divination. His symbols…

^click photo to enlarge^ Apollo is a genuine Flanders Belgium jacquard wall tapestry. This scene depicts Apollo among the Muses, resting on Heiicon with representatives of literature and history. The original design was by Bernard van Orley, a Flemish Renaissance painter (1487 - 1541). This is one of six tapestries in the Triumph of Apollo series woven in the workshops of Leyniers in the 18th century. In ancient Greece, Apollo was the God of the arts, archery, and divination. His symbols…

^click photo to enlarge^  Apollo is a genuine Flanders Belgium jacquard wall tapestry. This scene depicts Apollo among the Muses, resting on Heiicon with representatives of literature and history. The original design was by Bernard van Orley, a Flemish Renaissance painter (1487 - 1541). This is one of six tapestries in the Triumph of Apollo series woven in the workshops of Leyniers in the 18th century. In ancient Greece, Apollo was the God of the arts, archery, and divination. His symbols…

^click photo to enlarge^ Apollo is a genuine Flanders Belgium jacquard wall tapestry. This scene depicts Apollo among the Muses, resting on Heiicon with representatives of literature and history. The original design was by Bernard van Orley, a Flemish Renaissance painter (1487 - 1541). This is one of six tapestries in the Triumph of Apollo series woven in the workshops of Leyniers in the 18th century. In ancient Greece, Apollo was the God of the arts, archery, and divination. His symbols…

Today we are going to be taking a look at one of Henri Cartier-Bresson's most famous photographs. We'll see the original negative and reveal that the image was cropped, then take a look at the dynamic symmetry and design techniques he was working with. A great article for photographers, or painters seeking to capture an amazing reference photo. Let's get into it!

Today we are going to be taking a look at one of Henri Cartier-Bresson's most famous photographs. We'll see the original negative and reveal that the image was cropped, then take a look at the dynamic symmetry and design techniques he was working with. A great article for photographers, or painters seeking to capture an amazing reference photo. Let's get into it!

Today we are going to be taking a look at one of Henri Cartier-Bresson's most famous photographs. We'll see the original negative and reveal that the image was cropped, then take a look at the dynamic symmetry and design techniques he was working with. A great article for photographers, or painters seeking to capture an amazing reference photo. Let's get into it!

Today we are going to be taking a look at one of Henri Cartier-Bresson's most famous photographs. We'll see the original negative and reveal that the image was cropped, then take a look at the dynamic symmetry and design techniques he was working with. A great article for photographers, or painters seeking to capture an amazing reference photo. Let's get into it!

Today we are going to be taking a look at one of Henri Cartier-Bresson's most famous photographs. We'll see the original negative and reveal that the image was cropped, then take a look at the dynamic symmetry and design techniques he was working with. A great article for photographers, or painters seeking to capture an amazing reference photo. Let's get into it!

Today we are going to be taking a look at one of Henri Cartier-Bresson's most famous photographs. We'll see the original negative and reveal that the image was cropped, then take a look at the dynamic symmetry and design techniques he was working with. A great article for photographers, or painters seeking to capture an amazing reference photo. Let's get into it!

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