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René Magritte (1898 – 1967) - Magritte's style of surrealism
 
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René Magritte (1898 – 1967) - Magritte's style of surrealism. Magritte's style of surrealism, and his desire to create poetic imagery. René François Ghislain Magritte (1898 – 1967). He was a Belgian surrealist artist. He became well known for creating a number of witty and thought-provoking images. Often depicting ordinary objects in an unusual context, his work is known for challenging observers' preconditioned perceptions of reality. His imagery has influenced pop, minimalist and conceptual art. "It is a union that suggests the essential mystery of the world. Art for me is not an end in itself, but a means of evoking that mystery." Magritte's style of surrealism is more representational than the "automatic" style of artists such as Joan Miró. Magritte's use of ordinary objects in unfamiliar spaces is joined to his desire to create poetic imagery. He described the act of painting as "the art of putting colors side by side in such a way that their real aspect is effaced, so that familiar objects—the sky, people, trees, mountains, furniture, the stars, solid structures, graffiti—become united in a single poetically disciplined image. The poetry of this image dispenses with any symbolic significance, old or new." René Magritte described his paintings as "visible images which conceal nothing; they evoke mystery and, indeed, when one sees one of my pictures, one asks oneself this simple question, 'What does that mean?'. It does not mean anything, because mystery means nothing either, it is unknowable." Magritte's constant play with reality and illusion has been attributed to the early death of his mother. Psychoanalysts who have examined bereaved children have hypothesized that Magritte's back and forth play with reality and illusion reflects his "constant shifting back and forth from what he wishes—'mother is alive'—to what he knows—'mother is dead' ". From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ren%C3%A9_Magritte Music 1812 Overture (by Tchaikosvky) 16:23 Tchaikovsky Clásica | Dramática Puedes usar esta canción en cualquiera de tus vídeos.
STYLE SWAP CHALLENGE l first surrealism painting!
 
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In this video I try the style swap art challenge and I talk about my experiences trying to paint my first portrait painting and surrealism painting. I also discuss the challenges and how doing the style swap art challenge expands your creativity. Learn how I how I painted my first portrait in over 5 years! Hope you enjoy my style swap are challenge and learn how to paint in surrealism style. My goal for this painting was to show a woman submerged and floating in a galaxy space like sky with stars floating everywhere. In her hands is a star floating and she has constellations on her face. I also talk about how to mix the right colors especially for skin. Watch full video to see my attempt to paint this concept over the course of a month. Unlike some other style swap challenges that do a bunch of quick drawings of character in more then one movement or style, my goal was to paint a full portrait and spend several weeks on it. Please don't forget to subscribe and hit that notification button so you don't miss any of my future videos!! MORE INFORMATION ON SURREALISM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fH1uXlm9qoQ&t=147s BUY MY ARTWORK https://www.etsy.com/listing/628278702/original-galaxy-portrait-surrealism?ref=shop_home_active_1 SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/googlie_sketches/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/googlie.sketches/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/googliesketches BUSINESS EMAIL [email protected] MUSIC https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/ Not Without the Rest by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist (http://www.twinmusicom.org/)
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The Case for Surrealism | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios
 
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"Surrealism" has become shorthand for the bizarre, the irrational, the hallucinatory. But what IS it? Or what WAS it? Today we delve into the history of Surrealism, as it formed in post-World War I Europe and as it has infiltrated our wider culture up to today. Here's our case for what Surrealism is, and why you should care about it. Written by Joanna Fiduccia Subscribe for new episodes of The Art Assignment every Thursday! -- Follow us elsewhere for the full Art Assignment experience: Tumblr: http://theartassignment.com Response Tumblr: http://all.theartassignment.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/artassignment Instagram: http://instagram.com/theartassignment/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theartassignment and don't forget Reddit!: http://www.reddit.com/r/TheArtAssignment
Views: 186117 The Art Assignment
Styles of Art
 
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different style of art, impressionism, expressionism, cubism, abstract, realism, surrealism, fauvism. i hope you enjoy it.
Views: 14317 jacobcativo16
Surrealism Lesson 4
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists A series of 15 to 20 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. A few weeks ago the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists
Views: 2218 Adam McLean
How to paint an easy surreal landscape in acrylics - speed painting w/ Lachri
 
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Today I'm walking you through how to paint a very simple surreal landscape. This would be a great painting for beginners, or someone more advanced who wants a quick project to paint. I've used liquitex basics with a bit of liquitex heavy bodied transparent mixing white on the balloons. I also used some white createx airbrush paint on the background, but you can use the transparent mixing white for that if you don't have an airbrush. I painted this on a Fredrix Nature Core Linen paint board. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Lachri Check out my top 11 favorite acrylic supplies here http://goo.gl/lgbULj and my top 10 favorite oil painting supply video here http://goo.gl/mQq3fm New painting videos Wednesdays at 3pm CST Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Lachri.Fine.Art Instagram: http://instagram.com/lisa_lachri G+ https://plus.google.com/+Lachri Twitter: http://twitter.com/lachri Tumblr: http://lachri.tumblr.com/ Lachri Fine Art official website: http://www.lachri.com Lachri Prints: http://lachri.artistwebsites.com/ Patreon: http://patreon.com/lachri Time lapse and speed painting tutorials and demonstrations by award winning artist Lachri. Learn how to paint portraits, surreal landscapes, pets, lions, tigers, and birds...pretty sure a Wizard of OZ reference should be made right about now. Get tips and watch techniques for working in acrylic and oil paint, carbon pencil, graphite and colored pencil. The background music is me playing violin. This video was shot using the Canon VIXIA HF G20 HD camcorder. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiDEj7WEZoI&feature=share&list=PLD949BAB3C3D38CDE
Views: 58423 Lachri Fine Art
Surrealist Techniques
 
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http://painting-course.com In this video I go through some different techniques employed by surrealist artists . These techniques were often called game, because of their playful nature. The goal of these techniques was to create a situation where the artist wasn't in complete control of his actions, but rather that the artists hand or the painting itself was being controlled by some other force. In this respect true surrealist painting shouldn't be an attempt to just mimic the style in which something is painted, but also putting ine's mind into the right headspace where these types of synchronicities can occur.
Views: 961 Painting Course
SALVADOR DALI & SURREALISM 🎨 DALI'S ART & IDEAS
 
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Salvador Dali is probably the most famous Surrealist Artist of all time, Dali used his dreams and Freud's theories about psychoanalysis to create artworks that were beautifully bizarre and erotically charged. In this video I've given a quick summary of the key ideas behind Dali's artworks and the Surrealist movement in art, plus his relationship with Gala and collaborations with Luis Buñel. ------------------------------------------------------------- Hi I'm Jessye and I make short videos about art and art movements plus interviews with artists, thanks for checking out my channel! If there are any artists you'd love to know more about, let me know in the comments section. ► Subscribe to my channel & keep up to date: https://goo.gl/mmmwyC ►Let’s connect Twitter: https://goo.gl/9s78L4 Website: https://goo.gl/gmYu4o
Views: 2571 Jessye Bloomfield
Art of Rene Magritte- Psychological surrealism (music-ENIGMA)
 
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René François Ghislain Magritte (November 21, 1898 -- August 15, 1967) was a Belgian surrealist artist. Magritte was born in Lessines, Belgium in 1898, the eldest son of Léopold Magritte, a tailor, and Adeline, a milliner. He began drawing lessons in 1910. In 1912, his mother committed suicide by drowning herself in the River Sambre. Magritte was present when her body was retrieved from the water. The image of his mother floating, her dress obscuring her face, may have influenced a 1927-1928 series of paintings of people with cloth obscuring their faces, including Les Amant, but Magritte disliked this explanation. He studied at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels for two years until 1918. In 1922 he married Georgette Berger, whom he had met in 1913. Magritte worked in a wallpaper factory, and was a poster and advertisement designer until 1926 when a contract with Galerie la Centaure in Brussels made it possible for him to paint full-time. In 1926, Magritte produced his first surreal painting, The Lost Jockey (Le jockey perdu), and held his first exhibition in Brussels in 1927. Critics heaped abuse on the exhibition. Depressed by the failure, he moved to Paris where he became friends with André Breton, and became involved in the surrealist group. When Galerie la Centaure closed and the contract income ended, he returned to Brussels and worked in advertising. Then, with his brother, he formed an agency, which earned him a living wage. During the German occupation of Belgium in World War II he remained in Brussels, which led to a break with Breton. At the time he renounced the violence and pessimism of his earlier work, though he returned to the themes later. His work showed in the United States in New York in 1936 and again in that city in two retrospective exhibitions, one at the Museum of Modern Art in 1965, and the other at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1992. Magritte died of pancreatic cancer on August 15, 1967 and was interred in Schaarbeek Cemetery, Brussels. Popular interest in Magritte's work rose considerably in the 1960s, and his imagery has influenced Pop, Minimalist, and Conceptual art.In 2005 he came 9th in the Walloon version of De Grootste Belg (The Greatest Belgian); in the Flemish version he was 18th. A consummate technician, his work frequently displays a juxtaposition of ordinary objects in an unusual context, giving new meanings to familiar things. The representational use of objects as other than what they seem is typified in his painting, The Treachery of Images (La trahison des images), which shows a pipe that looks as though it is a model for a tobacco store advertisement. Magritte painted below the pipe, This is not a pipe (Ceci n'est pas une pipe), which seems a contradiction, but is actually true: the painting is not a pipe, it is an image of a pipe. (In his book, This Is Not a Pipe, French critic Michel Foucault discusses the painting and its paradox.) Magritte pulled the same stunt in a painting of an apple: he painted the fruit realistically and then used an internal caption or framing device to deny that the item was an apple. In these Ceci n'est pas works, Magritte points out that no matter how closely, through realism-art, we come to depicting an item accurately, we never do catch the item itself: we cannot smoke tobacco with a picture of a pipe. His art shows a more representational style of surrealism compared to the "automatic" style seen in works by artists like Joan Miró. In addition to fantastic elements, his work is often witty and amusing. He also created a number of surrealist versions of other famous paintings. René Magritte described his paintings by saying, "My painting is visible images which conceal nothing; they evoke mystery and, indeed, when one sees one of my pictures, one asks oneself this simple question, 'What does that mean?'. It does not mean anything, because mystery means nothing either, it is unknowable. "
Views: 89444 Irma irmash
Surrealism Lesson 1
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism A series of 15 to 20 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. A few weeks ago the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists Lesson Eight - The Czech Surrealists Lesson Nine - The Exile of Surrealists to America Lesson Ten - The Exiles in Mexico Lesson Eleven - Verism, Biomorphism and Abstract Expressionism Lesson Twelve - Some other early surrealists Lesson Thirteen - The Temptation of St Anthony competition Lesson Fourteen - The Vienna School of Fantastic Realism Lesson Fifteen - The second wave of Fantastic Realists Lesson Sixteen - The Meta-Realists
Views: 8193 Adam McLean
How to Draw a Surreal Idea - Fine Art- Tips
 
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Visit my FB Gallery: https://www.facebook.com/LeonardoPereznieto Visit my website: http://www.artistleonardo.com/ Follow Fine Art Tips on Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/102704788338918986617/102704788338918986617/posts Please send it to me as a Youtube personal message using this link: http://www.youtube.com/inbox?to_user_ext_ids=aapxaQKJFJ6XC56CHgeTzw&action_compose=1 Visit: http://www.fineartebooks.com/ for free drawing tutorials. If you would like to invest in a drawing, painting or sculpture by Leonardo Pereznieto, please write to: [email protected] This video is the result of a moment of inspiration and it comes from a vision of my imagination! This is a simple drawing and it’s ideal for beginners that are willing to learn how to draw. This tutorial emerged from a moment of inspiration and I just simply draw whatever it came directly from my mind. This is a surreal drawing of an enchanted forest that melts into a couple of lovers. List of materials: Black lead holder: H lead Red lead holder: 2B lead Yellow lead holder: 6B lead Kneaded eraser Stick eraser Fabriano white drawing paper, fine grain To see my blog about materials, please click on the following link: http://www.fineartebooks.com/howtodraw_drawingschool/My_Blog/My_Blog.html You may also follow me on: My Blog: http://www.fineartebooks.com/howtodraw_drawingschool/My_Blog/My_Blog.html Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/ArtistLeonardo LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=89957576&trk=tab_pro Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100373866809472929876/posts Leonardo Pereznieto: http://www.leonardopereznieto.com/leo/Intro.html Do you want to help me translating the subtitles into your language? All you need to do is translate the file at the link below and send it to me: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B0UOw8r7hWG2YjZMdzA5MEFqUHc/edit Как рисовать Surreal идея Як малювати Surreal ідея Cum de a desena o idee Suprarealist Hoe maak je een Surreal Idee Draw Comment dessiner une idée surréaliste كيفية رسم سريالي فكرة 如何描绘超现实主义想法 Kako nacrtati Nadrealno Wie man eine surreale Idee zeichnet Gerçeküstü bir fikir nasıl çizilir Πως να ζωγραφίσεις μια σουρεαλιστική Ιδέα
Views: 824153 Fine Art-Tips
Joan Miro - Surrealism
 
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Follow these simple steps and learn how to create a Joan Miro inspired drawing. Learning is made fun and easy with Ramon Carrasco. Joan Miro drawings for kids.
ANG KIUKOK  – A style that fused cubism, surrealism and expressionism.
 
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When intensity of works stood in contrast to own personality. http://meetingbenches.com/2018/03/ang-kiukok-1931-2005-filipino-painter-a-style-that-fused-cubism-surrealism-and-expressionism/
Views: 164 Dante Nevante
What is Symbolism? Art movements & styles
 
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Symbolism was an innovative literary and artistic movement which originated in late nineteenth-century France and quickly spread to the rest of Europe. Symbolist artists looked to the world of dreams and the imagination for inspiration, rather than trying to create direct representations of nature. Where did the term come from, and what effect did Symbolism have on future generations of artists? Find out more about Symbolism in art at https://www.nationalgalleries.org/art-and-artists/features/symbolism
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Todd Schorr: American Surreal - Technique
 
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In this video Todd Schorr discusses his process of creating a painting - from the initial drawing, to the color study, to the laying paint on the canvas. Additionally he talks about using acrylic paints the way one would use oils. Todd Schorr: American Surreal is the first mid-career retrospective of the Los Angeles-based artist. Schorr is a leading figure in Southern California's cartoon-based movement, dubbed Pop Surrealism, which embraces low-brow culture and a ribald graphic style indebted to pop sources such as Mad magazine. Schorrs astonishing, highly polished realism, (inspired by Bosch, Brueghel and Dali), sets him apart from his best-known peers such as Camille Rose Garcia, Gary Baseman, and Mark Ryden. The exhibition, curated by SJMAs Senior Scholar and Curator of Collections Susan Landauer, is accompanied by a book published by Last Gasp, San Francisco. Exhibition runs June 20 through September 16, 2009 at the San Jose Museum of Art
Views: 114761 San Jose Museum of Art
New Modern Surrealism /  Made in Italy !
 
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Art Contemporary. The Italian naif artist. His original style. 60x60, oil on canvan. 2011.
Views: 420 Arte Mente
Gordon | A Surreal Short Film | 2014
 
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Another school project - this one's about a murder, an escape and the abnormality within normality. ... The intention was to create a surreal/avant-garde piece to capture the inner, dark desires and fantasies of a seemingly ordinary individual. Inspired by the works of Alfred Hitchcock, Roman Polanski, David Lynch and Wes Anderson. CAST: GORDON - Jake Lofven GIRL - Monique Schiffermuller MOTHER - Belle Flanagan CAMERA: Emma Adin Ethan Hughes Monique Schiffermuller MUSIC: 'Trio' - Slow Dance 'Auld Lang Syne' - Wooden Shjips 'Into the woods' - The Kyoto Connection Filmed on a Canon 600D w/ a Sigma 17-50mm lens. Edited on Final Cut Pro X (titles made in After Effects).
Views: 40010 grimbleism
'Surrealism Tattoos' The Art of Ink (Season 2) Digital Exclusive | Paramount Network
 
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Artists like Jesse Rix, John L. Armanini, and David Côté let their innermost thoughts speak for them as they tattoo, producing artwork that mixes dreams with reality. Say hello to the subconscious. #ParamountNetwork #TheArtOfInk We set off to explore the different individual styles of tattooing, what makes them unique and the artistry it takes to execute them. Subscribe for More! https://goo.gl/vnHLxY Follow The Art of Ink: https://goo.gl/HFBNB1 Follow Paramount Network Website: http://www.paramountnetwork.com Facebook: @ParamountNetwork Instagram: @ParamountNetwork Twitter: @ParamountNet
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Modern Art Movement: Fauvism, German Expressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism.
 
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Twentieth Century Art: A Break with Tradition The film discusses how modern artists defied tradition in their search for new dimensions of expression. Shows how artists use novel styles and techniques to interpret the ever-changing face of twentieth century life. Discusses Fauvism, German Expressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism and Italian Futurism. Subscribe - never miss a video! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_S8ZlDCRkMMgc7ciw8X-hg Jimmy Carter: "We Killed One Thousand Panamanians Unnecessarily" (Oct. 21 1991) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5tjjwp4MjE Jim Henson's Last Public Performance Before his Death Less Than Two Weeks Later. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DSA6sKL4mI Benazir Bhutto :“They said... She should be assassinated!” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTxO3MeVUnM Abraham Lincoln Assassination Eyewitness: “I Saw Lincoln Shot” (1956) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCDgbS10360 Sidney Poitier: From Illiteracy to the Oscars and Stardom (2009 Interview) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfzoNnmdFNs The Story of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk: The Incredible Turk (1958) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6lAnXU1a-A The KGB Connections: An Investigation Into Soviet Operatives in North America https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZuHcPnni14 Iran-Contra: Reagan's Scandal and the Unchecked Abuse of Presidential Power https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7BZ9gMxR7A Alfred Hitchcock: "All Actors Should Be Treated Like Cattle." (1966 Interview) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Lnu8VM1LCA Olivia de Havilland: Interviewing "Gone With the Wind's" Last Surviving Star https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QujJPBHBapI Academy Award Nominated Documentary: The Last Bomb (1945) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaIEsUWHdKE A Visual Representation of Maya Angelou's Inaugural Poem "On the Pulse of Morning" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7RhbQOlkpA B.B. King on his Career's Turning Point, John Lennon and the Time He Cried... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRhK-xQbuic
Views: 34648 npatou
Surrealism Lesson 10
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism Lesson Ten - The Exiles in Mexico A series of 20 to 30 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. A few weeks ago the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists Lesson Eight - The Czech Surrealists Lesson Nine - The Exile of Surrealists to America Lesson Ten - The Exiles in Mexico
Views: 2196 Adam McLean
Surrealism Lesson 16
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism Lesson Sixteen - The Meta-Realists A series of 20 to 30 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. A few weeks ago the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists Lesson Eight - The Czech Surrealists Lesson Nine - The Exile of Surrealists to America Lesson Ten - The Exiles in Mexico Lesson Eleven - Verism, Biomorphism and Abstract Expressionism Lesson Twelve - Some other early surrealists Lesson Thirteen - The Temptation of St Anthony competition Lesson Fourteen - The Vienna School of Fantastic Realism Lesson Fifteen - The second wave of Fantastic Realists Lesson Sixteen - The Meta-Realists
Views: 2627 Adam McLean
HOW TO PAINT A SURREAL LANDSCAPE using Acrylic Paints LIVE Painting with RAEART
 
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Views: 21534 raeart
How To Create Surreal Collage Style Artwork in Adobe Photoshop
 
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Today we're going to have loads of fun creating an abstract—and quite surreal—collage style piece of artwork in Adobe Photoshop. This kind of art style has been popular for years, although originally it would have been made using traditional photomontage techniques with photographs, magazine images and newspaper clippings, all cut apart and reassembled using scissors, glue and photocopiers. These days we can use digital techniques to make things without even getting our hands dirty! Plus there's a wealth of source material readily available in the form of stock imagery that we can pick and choose from. If you browse Google or Pinterest for some examples of surreal collages, you'll see there's literally no limits to what you can produce. I personally love the ones with comical outcomes that are made with completely random combinations. For this Photoshop tutorial, we'll use a selection of free stock images along with basic Photoshop compositing techniques to create a fun abstract piece of artwork. Traditional artists sometimes used paint or pastels to add colour to their work, so we'll do the same with pixels. Then to mimic the analogue reproduction methods originally used, we'll distress the result with some effects that mimic bad photocopy prints with high noise and harsh contrast. Stock photos used: http://spoon.graphics/2mK7GXt http://spoon.graphics/2mKcsny http://spoon.graphics/2mK4ZFj http://spoon.graphics/2mKe2pR http://spoon.graphics/2mJTvBA http://spoon.graphics/2mJTe1H Adobe Photoshop & Adobe Illustrator design tutorials from Chris Spooner of Spoon Graphics. Subscribe to learn how to create stunning artwork as I share my tips and tricks in video format. Join my mailing list: http://blog.spoongraphics.co.uk/subscribe Visit my design blog: http://blog.spoongraphics.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/chrisspooner Join me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/spoongraphics
Views: 48869 Spoon Graphics
Demystifying Art Styles
 
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Do you know the difference between an Impressionistic and Expressionistic painting? How about Abstract vs. Surreal? In this short video, artist Jill E. Poyerd, breaks down the top seven art styles by their key characteristics through a relaxed, visually-appealing approach using both historic and contemporary examples.
Views: 42071 Jill Poyerd Fine Art
Surrealism/retro style video animation -work in progress
 
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Video I made a while ago..just a work in progress.. Made in after effects cs5 & photoshop thanks for watching
Views: 416 Art in veins
Art - Tiger Style Surrealism
 
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Title: Tiger Medium: Oil on Sackcloth Style: Surrealism Size: 90 x 160 cm. Date of Creation: 2010 ...* Price : Contact Us More info: www.OmmGallery.com
Views: 35 ommgallery
Paul Klee (Abstraction, Expressionism, Cubism & Surrealism)
 
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https://www.facebook.com/PuertoLibre http://twitter.com/PuertoLibre1 Paul Klee (December 18, 1879 – June 28, 1940) was a painter born in Münchenbuchsee, Switzerland, and is considered to be a Swiss German. His highly individual style was influenced by movements in art that included expressionism, cubism, and surrealism. He was also a student of orientalism. Klee was a natural draftsman who experimented with and eventually deeply explored color theory, writing about it extensively; his lectures Writings on Form and Design Theory (Schriften zur Form und Gestaltungslehre), published in English as the Paul Klee Notebooks, are held to be as important for modern art as Leonardo da Vinci's A Treatise on Painting for the Renaissance. He and his colleague, the Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky, both taught at the German Bauhaus school of art, design and architecture. His works reflect his dry humor and his sometimes childlike perspective, his personal moods and beliefs, and also his musicality. _________________________________________This upload has the purpose of promoting a fine piece of music and paintings. Has no commercial purpose.
Views: 57157 Puerto Libre
Surrealism Lesson 6
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists A series of 20 to 30 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. A few weeks ago the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists
Views: 1334 Adam McLean
Grave - New Surrealist Art Style Dev Video
 
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We have been dark for a while, but we wanted to show you a tast of what we've been doing with Grave! We're currently shooting for a 2018 release and have been working on giving the game a more surrealist style. We hope you like this taste! Website: www.grave-game.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/gravegame Facebook: www.facebook.com/gravegame Broken Window Studios: www.brokenwindowstudios.com
Surrealism Lesson 20
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism Lesson Twenty – Surrealist Devices A series of 20 to 30 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. Recently the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists Lesson Eight - The Czech Surrealists Lesson Nine - The Exile of Surrealists to America Lesson Ten - The Exiles in Mexico Lesson Eleven - Verism, Biomorphism and Abstract Expressionism Lesson Twelve - Some other early surrealists Lesson Thirteen - The Temptation of St Anthony competition Lesson Fourteen - The Vienna School of Fantastic Realism Lesson Fifteen - The second wave of Fantastic Realists Lesson Sixteen - The Meta-Realists Lesson Seventeen - Three Surrealist Exhibitions Lesson Eighteen - Australian Surrealism Lesson Nineteen - The Evolution of Surrealism in the late 20th Century Lesson Twenty - Surrealist Devices
Views: 1275 Adam McLean
Painting The Twitter Bird Logo - Pop Surrealism Style
 
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This is a time-lapse of the Twitter bird logo that I painted in Photoshop. 🎵 Music by Silent Partner
Views: 74 Old Art
Surrealism Lesson 5
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists A series of 20 to 30 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. A few weeks ago the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists
Views: 1990 Adam McLean
Creating a surrealist style landscape in Photoshop
 
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Simple tutorial of how to create a surrealist style landscape using Photoshop
Views: 2381 shobbs
Exercises in Style: Surrealism -rough cut
 
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Exercises in Style was a project Corey Doerscher and myself (Nathan Chinn) conceived of which consisted of writing a base script and shooting that script several times, each time as a different film genre. This was done on literally no budget and was possible due to the much appreciated help from faculty members and fellow students from The Evergreen State College. Thanks so much to everyone who supported us! This particular video is the Surrealism version of our base script. This is (as noted above) a rough cut and there are a few things I will be changing in the next draft. Mostly the changes will consist of cutting down some of the shots. Initially I wanted the pacing to feel awkward and dragging as it seemed stylistically appropriate, but looking back it seems a bit overdone here. I expect to get a newer draft up within the next month after my work load settles down a bit, but I really wanted to get something out there to show all the wonderful people who helped make this as they have waited long enough. Thanks again to everyone who helped out! Credits Man- Patrick Gilmore Woman- Allison Frymire Makeup & Hair Artist- Ashley Waldron Electrician- Alex Dodwell Assistant Director- Corey Doerscher Executive Producer- Laurie Meeker Produced by Corey Doerscher and Nathan Chinn Directed by Nathan Chinn Special thanks to the staff and faculty members of APS, Medialoan, the Costume Shop and the COM Building offices at The Evergreen State College and to anyone else who supported us in one way or another throughout the production of this short. A very special thanks to James Alexander Enns, born August 18th, 1987. He is ever so good.
Views: 735 YesVerdome
Rene Magritte: A collection of 376 paintings (HD)
 
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Rene Magritte: A collection of 376 paintings (HD) Description: "René Magritte was born in Belgium in 1898. After attending art school in Brussels, he worked in commercial advertising to support himself while he experimented with his painting. In the mid 1920s he began to paint in the surrealist style and became known for his witty and thought-provoking images and his use of simple graphics and everyday objects, giving new meanings to familiar things. With a popularity that increased over time, Magritte was able to pursue his art full-time and was celebrated in several international exhibitions. He experimented with numerous styles and forms during his life and was a primary influence on the pop art movement. He died in 1967." Feel free to subscribe!
Views: 24845 LearnFromMasters
Self Portrait Pop Surrealism Style, Procreate App Timelapse
 
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I love the art of Margaret Keane featured in Tim Burton's film, "Big Eyes." I think the thing that draws me to pop surrealist art is that the big eyes always look sad, no matter what the character is feeling which often gives it a gothic feel. Here is a time lapse from the Procreate app of a big eyes portrait of myself!
What is Expressionism? Art movements and styles
 
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The term Expressionism became commonly used in Germany around 1910. Developed from the work of Symbolist artists, expressionist art movements across Germany and Austria emerged; including Die Brucke in Dresden and Der Blaue Reiter in Munich. Artists associated with these groups placed the expression of feelings over all else in their work through the bold use of colour, exaggeration of form and emphasis of the spiritual over the earthly. This short film tracks the story of Expressionism in art, from its beginnings in the early twentieth century, through to its influence on artists today.
Views: 15214 nationalgalleries
Types of Humor
 
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Compilation of various types of humor
Views: 605322 Maddy Ritter
Surrealism Lesson 17
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism Lesson Seventeen - Three Surrealist Exhibitions A series of 20 to 30 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. A few weeks ago the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists Lesson Eight - The Czech Surrealists Lesson Nine - The Exile of Surrealists to America Lesson Ten - The Exiles in Mexico Lesson Eleven - Verism, Biomorphism and Abstract Expressionism Lesson Twelve - Some other early surrealists Lesson Thirteen - The Temptation of St Anthony competition Lesson Fourteen - The Vienna School of Fantastic Realism Lesson Fifteen - The second wave of Fantastic Realists Lesson Sixteen - The Meta-Realists Lesson Seventeen - Three Surrealist Exhibitions
Views: 764 Adam McLean
Back to Bed - Kaz Reviews - A puzzle game with a gorgeous surrealist art style.
 
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Back to Bed is a puzzle game born out of a 6 week student project for the Danish Academy of Digital Interactive Entertainment. It was nominated at the 2013 IGF awards and was subsequently kickstarted. Now it's available on PC, IOS and Android. Check out the game here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/308040/ Try the original demo here: http://backtobed.dadiugames.dk/ Thanks Incompetech for the rad music as always! "MTA" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Subscribe to my channel for more gaming videos!: http://bit.ly/1h08Pz7 My channel is focused on producing gaming content on the regular including reviews, previews, first impressions, gameplay, walkthroughs and playthroughs of new releases, older titles and other games that pique my interest including classic games, indie titles and other random things. Thanks for watching!
Views: 1345 TheKazvon
Surrealism Lesson 2
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s A series of 15 to 20 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. A few weeks ago the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists Lesson Eight - The Czech Surrealists Lesson Nine - The Exile of Surrealists to America Lesson Ten - The Exiles in Mexico Lesson Eleven - Verism, Biomorphism and Abstract Expressionism Lesson Twelve - Some other early surrealists Lesson Thirteen - The Temptation of St Anthony competition Lesson Fourteen - The Vienna School of Fantastic Realism Lesson Fifteen - The second wave of Fantastic Realists Lesson Sixteen - The Meta-Realists
Views: 4866 Adam McLean
Surrealist Film: The Stuff of Dreams documentary (2005)
 
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Surrealist cinema sought to break with the conventional linear narrative style in favor of chance events and a world of the subconscious. »»﴿───► See more on the Documentary Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIZqvqbtz9I0A1T78lAPpY0RN5oM9Gq5c Check out our Patreon rewards! https://www.patreon.com/ManufacturingIntellect This penetrating program featuring Alan Williams, author of Republic of Images: A History of French Filmmaking, analyzes the origin, evolution, and legacy of a cinematic movement whose stylistic artifacts can still be found in today’s mass culture. Background on Dadaism—and the seismic historical events that gave birth to it—sets the stage for a nuanced discussion of Surrealism and its use of cinema to best express the movement’s vision during its heyday and since. Key figures of Dadaism and Surrealism are highlighted, as are important films such as La Coquille et le Clergyman, L’Étoile de Mer, and Buñuel’s iconic Un Chien Andalou and L’Âge d’Or.
SURREALISM PAINTING STYLE : Cassandra Basile Paintings
 
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http://ArtNews24.TV | Cassandra Basile's painting Research focuses on the interpretation of surrealist painting style, through her own symbols and vision. In her paintings we can find Subsconscious mind art in symbols like trees and watches which are two of her personal symbols. Discover a contemporary surrealist artists http://artnews24.tv/neo-surrealist-painters-cassandra-basile/ You can email to: [email protected] for enquiries about Cassandra Basile's Paintings Cassandra Basile bases her Painting research on several giants of the philosophy and modern thought as Kant and Freud.
Views: 5 ArtNews24 TV
Surrealism Lesson 3
 
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Adam McLean's Study Course on Surrealism Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s A series of 15 to 20 minute lectures exploring different aspects of the Surrealist art style. For many years I have been attracted to surrealist painting. A few weeks ago the idea came to me that I should create a study course on the subject. I have over the years read such nonsense written about surrealism. My own approach to this art style is to see it in much the same way as I view emblematic art - I look for the common elements and the evolution and passing on of symbols and pictorial structures. Surrealism, under different names, continues today and one clearly sees artists quoting from one anothers works. Thus we need not seek meaning in a surrealist painting but instead ask how it is structured and from what pre-existing pictorial elements it is derived. This approach will be the core of my course, which I expect to run to about 25 lessons, similar to my courses on Alchemical Symbolism and the Artwork of Modern Tarot. These will be audio visual presentations using the same methodology as my Exploring Alchemical Emblems and course on Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights, that is a spoken commentary with images. I am sure that few people will understand or respect my approach. Most people like to speculate in a meaningless, subjective and opinionated way about modern art, and they won't be entirely comfortable with my more objective, scholarly, and rather detached view. They will not see the point of looking at art in the way I do. Lesson One - Introduction Lesson Two - The formative years of Surrealism in the 1920s Lesson Three - The evolution of Surrealism through the 1930s Lesson Four - Lesser known early Surrealists Lesson Five - The Early British Surrealists Lesson Six - The Early American Surrealists Lesson Seven - The Scandanavian Surrealists
Views: 15427 Adam McLean
Ransom & Mitchell: Using Dramatic Photography to Create Surreal Scenes | Adobe Creative Cloud
 
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On this week’s Make It, we talk to the husband and wife creative team, Ransom & Mitchell, and discuss how they approach their surrealistic style of photography and art direction. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/adobecreativecloud?sub_confirmation=1 Connect with today's guests, Ransom & Mitchell: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ransom_mitchell/ Website: https://store.ransommitchell.com/ LET’S CONNECT Facebook: http://facebook.com/adobecreativecloud Twitter: http://twitter.com/creativecloud Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/adobecreativecloud/ Adobe Creative Cloud gives you the world's best creative apps so you can turn your brightest ideas into your greatest work across your desktop and mobile devices.
Views: 2396 Adobe Creative Cloud
SURREALIST PAINTING STYLE : Cassandra Basile 's Neo Surrealism
 
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http://ArtNews24.TV - Surrealist painting style : Cassandra Basile's painting Research focuses on the interpretation of surrealist painting style, through her own symbols and vision. her art is an example of surrealist painting style, where trees and watches are two of her personal symbols. Discover an example of surrealism art in this Episode, watch it in full Edition here: http://artnews24.tv/neo-surrealist-painters-cassandra-basile/ You can email to: [email protected] for enquiries about Cassandra Basile's example of surrealism art
Views: 12 ArtNews24 TV
Painting like Salvador Dali
 
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http://painting-course.com In this episode we look at the techniques of Salvador Dali. We will explore a variety of Surrealist Techniques and then execute them in our very own Dali painting that you can learn how to paint. As always, these videos are an attempt , I do not purport to be the world leading Dali forger, but I think by watching how these techniques and my attempts at them that you can learn something about how to paint like Salvador Dali.
Views: 4895 Painting Course
Zdzisław Beksiński
 
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Zdzisław Beksiński (pronounced [ˈzd͡ʑiswaf bɛkˈɕiɲskʲi]; 24 February 1929 – 21 February 2005) was a Polish painter, photographer and sculptor, specializing in the field of dystopian surrealism. Beksiński did his paintings and drawings in what he called either a 'Baroque' or a 'Gothic' manner. His creations were made mainly in two periods. The first period of work is generally considered to contain expressionistic color, with a strong style of "utopian realism" and surreal architecture, like a doomsday scenario. The second period contained more abstract style, with the main features of formalism. Beksiński was murdered in a stabbing attack at his Warsaw apartment in February 2005 by a 19-year-old acquaintance from Wołomin, reportedly because he refused to lend the teenager any money and threatened him further.
Surrealism - Good Eats
 
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This was a photography class group presentation on surrealism done in the style of Alton Brown's Good Eats from the Food Network
Views: 5829 bob rafferty

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