David Hockney, OM CH RA ~ Born 9 July 1937 (age 78) in Bradford, West Riding of Yorkshire, England. English painter, draughtsman, printmaker, stage designer and photographer.An important contributor to the Pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century.
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love this photo... “Georgia O’Keeffe hitching a ride to Abiquiu, Ghost Ranch, 1944″ AKA ”Women Who Rode Away.” –Image by Maria Chabot @Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. The painter, Maurice Grosser, visited his friend O’Keeffe’s ranch in 1944. Maria Chabot photographed O’Keeffe and Grosser on his 1938 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead. It’s an amazing image that celebrates denim, machine, and the joy of the open road. That look on O’Keeffe’s face says it all.
Jeanne Saint Chéron is a member of the Paris Academy of Arts, Sciences and Letters and a member of the Taylor Foundation. In April 2007, she receives the Silver Award from the French Association of Arts, Sciences and Letters. Born in Laval Loire Valley, Jeanne Saint-Chéron has been successful for over fifteen years. In the beginning of her career, a self taught painter Saint Chéron participates to riding competitions and invests in racing horses breeding.
Foto: The amazing Art of Graphic Artist Frédérique (Roserika Graphic) is a French photo manipulator and digital artist and painter pastel, oil paint and acrylic I see the work on the Internet and am very impressed. Great imagination that inspires me and I want to share these with you... #art #graphicdesign
A young Kenny Howard (Von Dutch) perfecting his pinstriping craft at Bud Ekins’ shop, 1965. Before the cheesy namesake clothing and accessories line that threatens to destroy his cred forever, there was the self-invented and slightly mad genius Kenny Howard– better known asVon Dutch.He was a real Renaissance man– legendary custom painter, artist, motorcycle mechanic, and a skilled metal worker who hand-crafted his own knives and guns. He had a strong aversion to money and felt i
Seattle-based artist Karen Woods photographs ‘moments of beauty’ every time she’s out on the road in her daily commute. She then takes these photos of intersections and wet roads, and turns them into photorealistic paintings. In this exclusive interview, she talks about the challenges of being a photorealistic painter and what compels her to paint […]
"Before the cheesy namesake clothing and accessories line that threatens to destroy his cred forever, there was the self-invented and slightly mad genius Kenny Howard– better known as Von Dutch. He was a real Renaissance man– legendary custom painter, artist, motorcycle mechanic, and a skilled metal worker who hand-crafted his own knives and guns. He had a strong aversion to money and felt it was detrimental to his art– which makes the clothing line even more of an ironic abomination."