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I think the pit needs some art appreciation time

Right now (well for the past year or two actually) it's been gustav klimt



i'm a fan of art nouveau/art deco in general

This is my favorite painting ever (weite landschaft, by anton lehmden) and I have a poster of it which I recently rediscovered in my closet so now it's on the wall!

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#2
But there's an art thread? anyway I love William Taylors work

Also I love most influential dutch painters. it's something to be proud of as a Dutchman.



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Monet probz
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SlackerBabbath

I don't admire his work often, but it's fare more frequent than anyone elses, and it never ceases to be awesome
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N.L. (Nancy) Glazier.

Perhaps one of the finest wildlife and outdoor artists on the planet.
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It's always been a complete fantasy of mine to pick up a paint brush and a glass of wine.

Absolutely, brilliant what guitarxo posted.

Thank you very much for that, I enjoyed those two pieces.
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I consider some music to be fine art. Not just painters and what not..

Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen makes me quite emotional. Beethoven and Bach symphonies are always a treat if you want to hear storytelling through music alone of course..

Other than that (since you wouldn't consider it fine art i guess.. ;/ ) I've been to Louvre a couple of times, and I absolutely love Renaissance paintings. Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Uccelo, Mantegna and the likes of those. I also really like baroque, so Rubens, Rembrandt, Vermeer and Caravaggio are all excellent...
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Schiele. Pretty close to Klimt, but I like him way more. He's a lot more honest, in a brutal way. These are the only two I know from the Secession anyway. I don't know much about painting. Oh, there's Caravaggio of course. I should take an art history class, I'd enjoy it.


I don't know if it'd be okay to post any of Schiele's work here, just google it.
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#16
Dali, mostly because he's the only one I can name but also because dem bellz
#17
Renoir and Monet

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Beethoven and Bach symphonies are always a treat if you want to hear storytelling through music alone of course..

Bach never wrote symphonies lol. The symphony wasn't really developed until Haydn's time when he formalized the sonata form.

I also wouldn't characterize Bach and Beethoven's music as "storytelling", they're not usually programmatic music (music with aspects of a tangible narrative). Instead the music is some of the most astounding achievements in logical architecture and design.

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I'm a fan of Bach, as cliche as that may be.

I don't really know much about classical, visual artists.
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I'm a fan of Bach, as cliche as that may be.

I don't really know much about classical, visual artists.

Why would that be cliche?
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It's all about surrealism
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lovely painting guitarxo!

I know a blind female painter that you might wanna check out..
forgot the name, but I'll ask my dad if i remeber to
he has a painting of ayers-rock from said artist. looks amazing!

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but does it look like ayers rock?


it actually does..

she's not completely blind.. should have speciefied that.
but her eyesight is so bad that she couldn't recognize someone if he was standing right in front of her.. only sees colour smudges etc.

but yeah.. She just captures the atmosphere of the whole place incredibly well.
I actually didn't know that it was a painting of ayers-rock at first but i guessed it right away.
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Instead the music [of Beethoven and Bach] is some of the most astounding achievements in logical architecture and design.

On a tangent that's where I see Art Deco at it's strongest - in architecture. (and sculpture).

When it comes to painting, for me, it always comes back to Van Gogh.



Van Gogh

Da Vinci has to get a mention too, because he was a freakin' genius.
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#35
Picasso, Mondrian, Gris.

honorable mention to Hopper and Van Eyck.
i don't know why i feel so dry
#36
Mucha -- and I love that his art nouveau style has made a big reemergence in metal album covers.




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I consider some music to be fine art. Not just painters and what not..

Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen makes me quite emotional. Beethoven and Bach symphonies are always a treat if you want to hear storytelling through music alone of course..

Other than that (since you wouldn't consider it fine art i guess.. ;/ ) I've been to Louvre a couple of times, and I absolutely love Renaissance paintings. Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Uccelo, Mantegna and the likes of those. I also really like baroque, so Rubens, Rembrandt, Vermeer and Caravaggio are all excellent...

haha no of course music is fine art! This whole website is about music though so I didn't think people would post about it here too fine art isn't limited to visual art

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Schiele. Pretty close to Klimt, but I like him way more. He's a lot more honest, in a brutal way. These are the only two I know from the Secession anyway. I don't know much about painting. Oh, there's Caravaggio of course. I should take an art history class, I'd enjoy it.


I don't know if it'd be okay to post any of Schiele's work here, just google it.

I do like Schiele's landscapes but for some reason I just don't get as much out of his work. I also like how klimt's work has been incorporated into fashion and I wish there was more of it



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the dude who does those howtobasic vids




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