Barbara Hepworth This piece of art demonstrates space in between each tear dropped ring. I like how the gradation from the shadows creates an interesting effect. the repetition of the rings becoming increasingly smaller is very nice. the piece is perfectly balanced because there is a ring that faces each way at least once.
Photography - Myths, facts, or just opinions?
As a pretty much newbie to the photography world, I've been experimenting with my Canon EOS 350D for several months now, and have even just come back...
In pictures: Andre Derain: The London Paintings
This is the first exhibition dedicated to André Derain's masterpieces of 20th century art. It shows 12 of his most important works depicting scenes from London from galleries around the world together in one room.
Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden | Tate
The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden offers a remarkable insight into the work and outlook of one of Britain’s most important twentieth century artists.
'Infinity (Endless Loop Modern Abstract Circular sculpture)' by Thomas Joynes
#Bronze, stainless #steel & #portland #stone #sculpture by #sculptor Thomas Joynes titled: 'Infinity (Endless Loop abstract sculpture)'. #ThomasJoynes
Turning Form, 1957 – Collection Database – Kettle's Yard
This drawing shares the title with one of two sculptures made by Barbara Hepworth for the 1951 Festival of Britain, to be sited by Fry, Drew & Partners’ Thames-side Restaurant. Despite the six-year gap the drawing and sculpture have formal associations, making it possible that the former deliberately recalled the latter. The sculpture has rising…
derain, andré la place du v ||| architecture
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André Derain: The London Paintings - The Courtauld Institute of Art
The Courtauld Institute of Art, commonly referred to as The Courtauld, is a self-governing college of the University of London specialising in the study of the history of art and conservation.
Reflecting Your World: London Project - Lessons - Tes Teach
The theme for Visual Arts is ‘Reflecting Your World’. Visual art is often created to be sited in a particular location. A work that is originally designed for a specific site, such as the Tower of London Poppies or the Angel of the North, can attract international publicity, reflecting and adding to an area’s character and reputation. Artists who have created work inspired or influenced by a particular locality have achieved national recognition, as have the related locations. Examples…