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Un peintre qui sait ce qu’il fait | Episode 3 | Culture Peinture

Un peintre qui sait ce qu’il fait | Episode 3 | Culture Peinture

Picasso said, “It’s beautiful to see a painter who knows what he’s doing.” He said that while he looked at the paintings of Juan Gris… In this video I’m going to teach you how to organize your contrasts. In all the good paintings of art history, there’s what is called “contrast inversion”. In this video we will see three key concepts. We’re going to talk about alternating hierarchies and the inversion of contrasts. We will analyze paintings by Murillo, Arnold…

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The life and legend of America’s most famous wild horse

The life and legend of America’s most famous wild horse

“This is Picasso in his element…” “running through Sand Wash Basin.” “He’s actually in the midst — you can’t see the other horse —” “but he’s in the midst of a battle.” “You can see scars on his neck from battles, you see that wild mane tussling.” “You see the chips from his leg, you can see the muscle and the sinew…” “This is just pure, raw, wild horse.” So, I think a lot of people might know about the…

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Paul Cézanne: The father of modern art | National Gallery

Paul Cézanne: The father of modern art | National Gallery

Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to the National Gallery and to today’s talk. My name is Rosalind McKever and I’m the Harry M. Weinrebe Curatorial Fellow for post-1800 paintings. I’m so glad to see so many of you have joined today to take the opportunity to look and to think about Paul Cézanne’s “Large Bathers”. And I say look and think because with Cézanne you can’t do one without the other. Cézanne is interested in sensations, both the physical sensations of…

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