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Overview and thoughts on everything related to sculpture, painting, drawing and more. Psychology and philosophy of art, aspects of art therapy, art history and great artists, art for children and more.

Artist Edgar Degas

Artist Edgar Degas

The French artist Edgar Degas, a painter and sculptor, is considered one of the forefathers of the Impressionist approach. Degas never adopted the Impressionist color spot and was primarily interested in the movement of the body.

Introduction to Aesthetics

Introduction to Aesthetics

The word aesthetics comes from the Greek language aistasis, meaning sensing, which is felt and understood. Introduction to Aesthetics presents an investigation and examination of the aesthetic experience by philosophical thinkers.

Artist Claude Mona

Artist Claude Mona

Artist Claude Monet, a French painter, one of the leaders and founders of the Impressionist movement. Mona said that there is nothing in the painting other than impressions and hence the name Impressionism stuck. read more

Post-Impressionism

Post-Impressionism

Post-Impressionism is a current in modern French art that has appeared in response to Impressionism. The style of the artists is not uniform and different from the Impressionists.

Modern art

Modern art

Modern art is divided into 3 periods. Here are the main approaches and currents in modern art, and an explanation of the changes that led to its conceptualization in the historical and theoretical context.

Impressionism

Impressionism

Impressionism is the first current that characterizes modern art, starting with Edouard Manet. There is a change in form and a change in the meaning of doing, the artist has a statement.

25 influential creators

25

A series of 25 influential artists, born out of Cherkov's desire to acknowledge gratitude that influenced his perception, and as a symbol of 25 years in Israel in which he developed as a creative artist and art teacher.

Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci

"He who gives in to training without knowledge, is like a sailor who embarks on a journey without a rudder and compass. Practice should always be based on good knowledge of theory" - Da Vinci. From the 25 influential creators project.

Rembrandt van Rijn

Rembrandt van Rijn

"I can not paint the way they want me to paint, and they know it too. Obviously, you say I have to be practical and I must try to paint the way they want me to paint. Well, I'll tell you a secret. I tried and tried very hard, but I can not do "I just can not do it! That's exactly why I'm just a little crazy" - Rembrandt. From the 25 influential creators project

Fedor Dostoevsky

Fedor Dostoevsky

"Art is such a human need, as the need to eat and drink. The need for beauty and creativity, which embodies it, is inseparable from man, and without it, man, perhaps, would not want to live in the world" - Dostoevsky. From the 25 influential creators project

Jerome David Salinger

Jerome David Salinger

"You asked me how I get out of the final dimensions when I feel like it. I certainly do not use logic when I do it. Logic is the first thing you need to get rid of" - Salinger. From the 25 influential creators project

August Rodin

August Rodin

"Remember one thing: there are no lines, there are only volumes. And when you draw, never think about the lines, and focus only on the area. After all, the area is what controls the contour" - Roden. From the 25 influential creators project

Edgar Degas

Edgar Degas

"Painting requires a little mystery, a little uncertainty, a little fantasy. When you create a very clear meaning, people get bored" - Degas. From the 25 influential creators project

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