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#21 Meliai

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Posted August 02 2016 - 08:57 AM

Naoto Hattori.

http://www.wwwcomcom.com/

Check him out if you're into surrealism
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Posted August 02 2016 - 08:59 AM

Also if someone can buy me one of his paintings, pls and thks

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Posted August 02 2016 - 11:37 AM

Naoto Hattori.
http://www.wwwcomcom.com/
Check him out if you're into surrealism


Nice! His stuff is eerie but friendly in some weird way. I also dig his website domain name too :D

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Posted August 05 2016 - 09:33 PM

David Devries - A professional comic book artist who takes children's monster drawings and renders them to make them look professionally made! http://www.themonste...ine.com/artwork

 

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This is so cool! Kids love seeing what he does with their monster drawings. He is the bridge that merges the creative mind of a child and the talented precision work of a skilled professional.


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Posted August 09 2016 - 08:35 AM

I've shared this guy on Hip Forums before but figured it was worth a mention again. He sort of reminds me of Moebius less in style but more in concept, I guess? 

 

http://www.seth-styl...its-occult-art/



#26 MeAgain

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Posted August 09 2016 - 10:52 AM

Lotta nice art....here's some no one has listed 

 

Mati Klarwein: he did A few Santana albums, look him up, very good.

 

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Peter Max

 

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Wes Benscoter, he was in my Graphic Arts class in high school and I would say, "Wes, can't you draw anything that looks nice!" He ignored me and went on to do album covers. He'd just sit down and draw this stuff right outa his head, I showed him how to use a mouse.

 

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Roger Dean

 

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Posted August 10 2016 - 03:36 PM

John Constable.The Haywain.

 

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Posted August 11 2016 - 05:33 AM

M. C. Escher.

 

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Gustave Doré

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One of my favs too!


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Posted August 12 2016 - 06:52 AM

You might like the art of Frank frazetta....Science Fiction convention's art shows are always filled with this type of art , and many artists do this type of art, but Frank was top in the field.....

 

http://www.bing.com/...o0&mode=overlay

 

 

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Frank frazetta is the man, I love his art work. very mystical and magical, it takes me to another place. i got this Molly Hatchet album b/c of the cover art!

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Posted August 13 2016 - 12:18 AM

Moebius: http://www.moebius.fr/

 

Yoshitaka Amano: http://amano-artwork.tumblr.com/

 

Kay Nielsen: http://nielsen.artsycraftsy.com/

 

Franz von Bayros: https://art.vniz.net/en/bayros/

 

Aubrey Beardsley: http://www.art.com/g...ers.htm?pe=true

 

And honorable mention to Kris Kuksi: http://kuksi.com/artworks/sculpture/

I love that first Moebius painting in the link...such pretty, soothing colors and composition....:)

 

I had to save the photo to look at it many times.



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Posted August 13 2016 - 04:54 AM

Moebius is also the artist who drew Blueberry, one of my favourite 'comic book' series!


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Posted August 13 2016 - 06:19 AM

Too many favourite artists to mention. But as we've had all modern stuff, here's something from John Atkinson Grimshaw, an English 19th c. painter, mainly of city-scapes. He's sometimes lumped in with the pre-raphaelites, but I personally prefer his work to Hunt, Milais and Co.

To some it might appear a bit sentimental - but what the hell. I quite like that aspect of his work.

 

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Posted August 13 2016 - 06:25 AM

Picasso, Van Gogh. 

 

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Posted August 13 2016 - 06:27 AM

Too many favourite artists to mention. But as we've had all modern stuff, here's something from John Atkinson Grimshaw, an English 19th c. painter, mainly of city-scapes. He's sometimes lumped in with the pre-raphaelites, but I personally prefer his work to Hunt, Milais and Co.

To some it might appear a bit sentimental - but what the hell. I quite like that aspect of his work.

 

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Tons of atmosphere and yes I love this style as well :) What's not to like!?


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Posted August 13 2016 - 06:42 AM



Tons of atmosphere and yes I love this style as well :) What's not to like!?

I'm glad you like it!



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Posted August 13 2016 - 06:45 AM

I'm a sucker for most classic painters who's work depict old land- or cityscapes anyway, but that style is just excellent for it.


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Posted August 13 2016 - 07:33 AM



I'm a sucker for most classic painters who's work depict old land- or cityscapes anyway, but that style is just excellent for it.

Although I do like quite a lot of modern art, I suppose at heart I'm a classicist. I like cityscapes and landscapes too, also paintings that to me catch something of the  human in an immediate or intimate kind of way. Here's 3 I put in that bracket. First one by a Dutch artist - how come the Netherlands produced so much great art?

 

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The Happy Family by Jan Steen.

 

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Old Woman Cooking Eggs by Diego Valasquez.

 

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Self portrait by Albrecht Durer.


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Posted August 13 2016 - 04:21 PM

I like this one by Howard Arkley.

 

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Posted August 13 2016 - 11:16 PM

Some nice picks so far!  I'll throw in my 2 cents here.

 

Whimsy works of Claire Wendling:

http://clairewendlingblog.tumblr.com/

 

60's illustrator, Robert MaGinnis:

http://www.americana...om/mcginnis.htm

 

And the figurative paintings of Anders Zorn:

http://www.the-athen...m=a&s=tu&aid=92


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Posted August 14 2016 - 03:00 AM

Although I do like quite a lot of modern art, I suppose at heart I'm a classicist. I like cityscapes and landscapes too, also paintings that to me catch something of the  human in an immediate or intimate kind of way. Here's 3 I put in that bracket. First one by a Dutch artist - how come the Netherlands produced so much great art?

 

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The Happy Family by Jan Steen.

 

Jan Steen is also a fav of mine, just because of the subjects he paints. This painting is an excellent example. If he was a modern artist painting scenes from every day life in this time I would probably not be as intrigued by his work, but because it is a few centuries ago and the happenings/scenes generally so striking and casual it is the closest to a photo from that era that we have! 


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