A 12 or 13 years Young Michelangelo Painting

Michelangelo Buonarroti, The Torment of Saint Anthony (1487) Some artists achieved such astonishing results so early in their careers. Innate talent was a factor, of course. But...

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Michelangelo Buonarroti, The Torment of Saint Anthony (1487) Some artists achieved such astonishing results so early in their careers. Innate talent was a factor, of course. But they also started young: Picasso, Dalí, and Michelangelo were all painting by their early teens. Below is a childhood work of Michelangelo, which offers a glimpse into the evolution of...

A 9 years young Picasso painted this painting!

Picasso’s first teacher was his father, José Ruiz y Blasco, who worked as a drawing instructor at a local art school. As the young boy’s...

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Picasso’s first teacher was his father, José Ruiz y Blasco, who worked as a drawing instructor at a local art school. As the young boy’s skills grew, he would occasionally be called upon to add the finishing touches to his father’s paintings. Never one for modesty (false or otherwise), Picasso later said: “I never drew...

Ain’t No More Flowers | Paintings by Alfie Gatt

Alfie Gatt was born in 1985 in the small and sunny island of Malta. His drive and passion for his love of art started in...

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Alfie Gatt was born in 1985 in the small and sunny island of Malta. His drive and passion for his love of art started in his early childhood years. He pursued his studies and was successfully awarded a degree from the Institute of Art & Design, in Malta in 2005. Out of college, he was...

Illustrations & Photography | Alberto Seveso

illustrator & Digital Photographer Alberto Seveso was born in Milan, he grow up in Sardinia but is now working and living in Bristol (UK) as a freelancer. He...

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illustrator & Digital Photographer Alberto Seveso was born in Milan, he grow up in Sardinia but is now working and living in Bristol (UK) as a freelancer. He has worked on high profile brands like: Adobe, Nikon, Sony, Technicolor, MTV, Sony Music, Mayr Melnhof, Olmeca Tequila, National Geographic, and etc. He presents us with representations of human faces that are...

Large Poppy Pigeon Murals by Adele Renault

Adele Renault (1988) paints realistic portraits of pigeons and people. Her subject matter may live in the gutter or in an ivory tower and the...

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Adele Renault (1988) paints realistic portraits of pigeons and people. Her subject matter may live in the gutter or in an ivory tower and the size of her work ranges from small canvas to giant mural. Renault grew up on a musical family on a farm in the Belgian Ardennes. At age 14 she traveled...

11-Years Old Nigerian Artist Stuns the World with his Hyper-realist Artworks

Kareem Waris Olamilekan aka ‘Waspa’ Based in Lagos is a young, up-and-coming Nigerian artist that specialized in hyperrealism. He started drawing at the age of six and...

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Kareem Waris Olamilekan aka ‘Waspa’ Based in Lagos is a young, up-and-coming Nigerian artist that specialized in hyperrealism. He started drawing at the age of six and says he is most inspired by Michelangelo and fellow Nigerian portrait artist, Arinze Stanley Egbengwu. Waspa gained international recognition after drawing a hyperrealistic portrait for French President Emmanuel Macron in just...

InComing Black – Giuseppina Irene Groccia [GiGro]

A journey into the female soul, through the figure of the face: it is the path to which this original artworks by Giuseppina Irene Groccia...

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A journey into the female soul, through the figure of the face: it is the path to which this original artworks by Giuseppina Irene Groccia are bound. The contrast and the difference between dark and the light in the art of Giuseppina Irene Groccia, not only represents the extreme shades of color, but as the artist...

Interesting Facts About Gogh’s Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear

Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear is an 1889 self-portrait by Dutch, Post-Impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh. In this self-portrait, Van Gogh is shown wearing a blue cap with black fur and a green overcoat,...

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Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear is an 1889 self-portrait by Dutch, Post-Impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh. In this self-portrait, Van Gogh is shown wearing a blue cap with black fur and a green overcoat, with a bandage covering his ear and extending under his chin.

Interesting Facts About Roy Lichtenstein’s ‘Drowning Girl’

Drowning Girl (also known as Secret Hearts or I Don’t Care! I’d Rather Sink) is a 1963 painting in oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas by Roy Lichtenstein. Using the...

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Drowning Girl (also known as Secret Hearts or I Don’t Care! I’d Rather Sink) is a 1963 painting in oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas by Roy Lichtenstein. Using the conventions of comic book art, a thought bubble conveys the thoughts of the figure, while Ben-Day dots echo the effect of the mechanized printing process. It is one of the most representative paintings of the pop art movement,...

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