Discussion in 'Burke's Bastion' started by billy_boatrocker, Apr 28, 2011.
No Johnson. Nothing is quite so gay as the 19th century artistic vomit beings hurled at this thread.
A Certain Flair, by Marcel Verdier
Edvard Munch~Vampire (1893-94)
Got this one in my living room:
Echo and Narcissus, by John Waterhouse
^ Wrote "Whistler?" but am now wondering if its a Sargent.
The Enigma of Hitler by Salvador Dali
Anything proto-Renaissance and Renaissance period.
Today, a favorite is by Caravaggio, changes day to day, though.
Cash-strapped Venice considers selling off masterpieces by Klimt and Chagall
The new mayor of the lagoon city hopes to raise millions with the sale of celebrated art works owned by civic museums
Venice mayor denies art sale
City has 64-million deficit, and a 70-million Klimt
(Venice is over rated/stinks and it will eventually sink, might as well get the artwork out while they can.)
Off topic again, but this is funny.
(No, I didn't do a search to see if it was fact/fiction if they're real mechanics. It's Saturday. lol)
Auto Mechanics Hilariously Recreate Renaissance Paintings
There is no such thing as a Chagall 'masterpiece'. He's one of the most overrated painters ever; his paintings are amateurish as hell. Dumb jew couldn't paint his way out of a wet paper bag.
Anton Romako, Admiral Tegetthoff in der Seeschlacht bei Lissa II