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The Art of Alex RossThe Art of Alex Ross
Alex Ross

I wanted to share with SOLO my love of the work of Alex Ross. Ross is known for his dramatic paintings of superheroes. He has been called the "Norman Rockwell of comics," though he is much more inspired by illustrator Andrew Loomis. While other artists have painted superheroes before, Ross has captured the essence of the humanity of the c... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Joe Maurone on 10/10/2004, 4:09pm)

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PucciniPuccini
Newberry

Puccini, 1986, oil on linen, 58 x 70". (See the whole comment)
(Added by Newberry on 11/01/2004, 4:11pm)

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The ThinkerThe Thinker
Auguste Rodin

A POINT OF DISPUTE: Thinking about The Thinker ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Michael E. Marotta on 3/08, 8:51am)

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JordanJordan
Bosch Fawstin

This is a portrait of Michael Jordan that I achieved through oil based colored pencils along with a touch of black ink and white paint. It's for sale to anyone who can give me an offer I can't refuse.
(Added by Bosch Fawstin on 8/15, 2:45pm)

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Romantic Realism is alive and well in Burlingame, Ca.Romantic Realism is alive and well in Burlingame, Ca.
Quent Cordair

The wonderful people at Quent Cordair Fine Art have been hard at work on their expansion to the gallery. They've acquired the space next door to the present location and they've joined the two together. The very last of the construction, painting, floors, and electrical should be finished within the next couple of days. Soon they will have twice as... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Marvin Paul Thomas on 9/04, 2:35pm)

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CapitalismCapitalism
Harry Roolaart

This Roolaart work is a masterpiece in digital art and juxtaposition. A gilded titan is featured in the center, draped in the U.S. flag (a symbol of the country as it can and should be), and holding up a gleaming dollar sign, the means toward his prominence. He seems to be poised to swing the sign forward, as if it would propel him onward in his en... (See the whole comment)
(Added by G. Stolyarov II on 3/05/2004, 2:05pm)

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HeroesHeroes
Bryan Larsen

A father and son stand in the foreground, observing intently the launch of a rocket. The flames emitted from the spacecraft are depicted in their full brilliance, while the little boy holds his own model spacecraft close to him. The child evidently enjoys a rational parent who himself is fascinated with the progress of man and encourages his son to... (See the whole comment)
(Added by G. Stolyarov II on 3/09/2004, 9:46am)

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Oil Painting 16Oil Painting 16
Alexei L. Antonov

A rich, blooming rose stands in a glass of water, opening itself to the viewer and displaying its exquisite folds. Antonov's technique here realistically displays even the tiny beads of moisture on the rose, which add to the fullness of the depiction. ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by G. Stolyarov II on 3/10/2004, 12:48pm)

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The LacemakerThe Lacemaker
Johannes Vermeer

This painting depicts a woman diligently at work on her craft. Her eyes are entirely focused on the work of her hands, ensuring precision in an age not yet automated. Her elaborate hairdo and manner of dress suggest a general orderly disposition and a desire to bring structure to her surroundings. The accurate depictions of her fingers in action as... (See the whole comment)
(Added by G. Stolyarov II on 3/13/2004, 1:28am)

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BB&T, Est. 1872BB&T, Est. 1872
Quent Cordair

In this painting is a beautiful ultramodern skyscraper in the middle of farmland a small distance from a farm.  It's the setting and placement of the office building that makes this painting so utopian, I think.  Where's the infrastructure?  How do the people get to work?  Well, maybe they fly there or teleport there, or something, but wouldn't it ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Jeff Landauer on 3/13/2004, 2:02am)

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Racket Squad in Action #12, cover artRacket Squad in Action #12, cover art
Steve Ditko

Another incredible piece of art by the amazing Steve Ditko. Who else but Ditko would depict a bomb in mid-explosion?
(Added by Bob Palin on 6/04, 12:25pm)

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AtlasAtlas
Boris Vallejo

Manificent art that belongs on the cover of a certain magnificent novel. Check out Vallejo's website for this and other wonderful creations. (See the whole comment)
(Added by Bob Palin on 6/06, 12:50am)

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When Pigs FlyWhen Pigs Fly
Bosch Fawstin

This is a teaser for my next graphic novel titled The Infidel. The Infidel is about a counter jihadist cartoonist whose work gets on the radar of the enemy. It deals with how ideology can trump all other values in certain individuals, no matter their prior predisposition in life. It revolves around two estranged American born brothers from a Mus... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Bosch Fawstin on 7/29, 10:14pm)

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Mademoiselle Lange as DanaŽMademoiselle Lange as DanaŽ
Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson

I recently visited the Girodet exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago and it was awesome. Here is a visual index to some of the works.  This piece, Mademoiselle Lange as DanaŽ has a funny story behind it.... ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by katdaddy on 4/23, 2:59pm)

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Root-Over-Gargoyle bonsaiRoot-Over-Gargoyle bonsai
Nick Lenz

But is it art? The same fight over whether photography is art is happening today in the bonsai world. ...
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(Added by Chris Johnston on 12/19, 12:14pm)

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Newberry Archive updateNewberry Archive update
Michael Newberry

Hi folks, I invite you to check out a newly renovated Newberry Archive. You can sign up to be a user and create galleries of favorites or owned works. http://www.newberryarchive.com best, Brett
(Added by Brett Holverstott on 10/18, 6:44am)

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Portrait of Aleksandr Isayevich SolzhenitsynPortrait of Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn
William Sokolenko

Returning from his enforced exile in America after the fall of the Soviet Union, Alexander Solzhenitsyn crossed Russia by train from its eastern Pacific shore to Moscow, stopping on his way in many places, including Krasnoyarsk, the major city in the Central Siberia. William Sokolenko (well known photographer in Krasnoyarsk) organized for Mr... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Maria Feht on 2/15, 3:41pm)

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My journey into wildlife photographyMy journey into wildlife photography
ROY4L (None)

http://jestephotography.deviantart.com/ ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Jules Troy on 2/14, 3:19am)

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The AstronomerThe Astronomer
Johannes Vermeer

Vermeer's Astronomer depicts a man industriously concentrating on his studies, illuminated by a dim but warm light from the window facing him. As is his distinction, Vermeer instantly facilitates a focus of attention onto the central objects of his depiction, the astronomer, his books, and his globe. ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by G. Stolyarov II on 3/03/2004, 5:44pm)

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View of DelftView of Delft
Johannes Vermeer

This Vermeer work is more macroscopic in scale than the majority of his paintings, yet still maintains Vermeer's mastery of depicting light and texture. One can vividly imagine oneself transported to Delft in Vermeer's day and standing upon the opposite shore of the river, looking onto the city and perceiving numerous layers of buildings and bridge... (See the whole comment)
(Added by G. Stolyarov II on 3/04/2004, 3:05pm)

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