19th-Century 'Lover's Eye' Jewelry Was the Perfect Accessory for Secret Affairs
The more brazen paramours walked around wearing a piece of their illicit beloved.
Paintbrush Tools Art
Los Angeles-based surrealist Alexandra Dillon brings back to life things that people throw away in the most charming way. Dillon scavenges worn out paintbrushes and other common objects to use them as canvases for portraits of imaginary people.
Andrew Wyeth | 786 Artworks | MutualArt
Find artworks by Andrew Wyeth (American, 1917 - 2009) on MutualArt and find more works from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide.
Benjamin Björklund’s Paintings Shroud His Everyday Subjects in Mystery
Swedish artist Benjamin Björklund lives a simple life in a farm house on Sweden’s west coast and his oil and watercolor paintings reflect this life. His work usually portrays the people and a…
Henrik Uldalen @henrikaau | Websta This image is very powerful as it reflects upon death and the smoke like effect looks almost as though the soul is leaving the body. It mirrors the mind drifting into unconsciousness and away from reality.
Daniela Astone, 1980 | Figurative Realist painter
Daniela Astone was born in Pisa, Italy and raised in Porto Santo Stefano, in Maremma (Italy), a costal town south of Florence. She discovered her passion for drawing and painting at a very young age, and began nourishing and cultivating her craft early on. In 1998, after graduating from the High School for Visual Arts of Grosseto, she moved to Florence to study illustration at the International school of Comix.