🏊️ #EmanAli, Portal, 2022 https://artsy.app/3U4Po3x
Aliens get to take spring break too. 👽
🎨 "Alien Tourist Cartoon Illustration" by AaronCillustrations: https://bit.ly/3G3y8WA
Give this badge to deviations and comments by 11:59 PM Pacific on April 1st and nothing out of the ordinary will happen! Probably.
🤪 Introducing the Totally Normal badge: https://bit.ly/3ZvsTG3
The dA PRO Nomad Bag will soon be old enough to have its own DeviantArt account! Thank you for taking such good care of it. 👩🎨🎨
P.S. The only thing worse than art block is back pain. 😵💫
I'm, officially, owns a DeviantART Nomad backpack old. 💀 #deviantart #mybackhurts
🍭 Important archival paintings of #BritneySpears from #ClaudiaBitran
Collect the things you desire the most. Probably.
🎨 "Collecting Eyes" by Waltjan (@Waltjan9): https://bit.ly/40qsBBL
🐍 #AlexandraHammond, Tame Cobra, 2022 https://artsy.app/40hwXLj
"Starcatcher" by Anleka (@anle_ka): https://bit.ly/40smQDo
🧢 #AndyWarhol, Grace Jones, 1984 https://artsy.app/40zKCgB
🙆🏿♀️ #ArielleBobbWillis, Series New Jersey, 2019 https://artsy.app/3K4L5C6
🪂 #JessicaRankin, Sweet Bitter, S, 2023 https://artsy.app/3LLw6xW
Van Gogh was fascinated by lighting effects, and there is a powerful element of backlighting in this painting. But the shadows don’t make complete sense: they all fall at different angles! Was this deliberate, or did Vincent still just have a bit to learn? 🌻 Bobbin Winder (1885)
What’s your favorite time of day? 🌇
🎨 "Evening" by Gudzart: https://bit.ly/3mVPVrV
19th-century artists followed a long tradition of learning their profession by making copies, and Van Gogh was no exception. Throughout his career, Vincent never stopped creating copies of work by artists whom he admired, such as Hiroshige, Rembrandt and Millet.
When art and music collide in unexpected ways... 🎵
🎨 "Flute" by Travis-Anderson (@TravartAnderson): https://bit.ly/3JfB2s5
📝 ‘Success is sometimes the outcome of a whole string of failures’, wrote Vincent van Gogh to his brother Theo in 1882. Have you had any failures recently? 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Self-Portrait with Straw Hat (1887) #vangoghmuseum #art #selfie #selfportrait #vincentvangogh
Mariya Takeuchi’s city pop classic, Plastic Love, was first released as a single on this day in 1984! Are you a fan of city pop? If so, what are some of your favorite city pop songs?
"Plastic Love" by KrisiGee (@krisigeeart): https://bit.ly/3XRHYRS
🍻 #AganHarahap, Artist Talk, 2022 https://artsy.app/3n9SN4M
Van Gogh came across this abundance of sunflowers in ‘the little garden of a bathhouse’ in Arles. They're partly overgrown with flowering creepers. Don’t forget to spot the little things! Vincent included a signature on the bucket in the foreground. 🌻Garden of a Bathhouse (1888)
Explore the fine details of this art and let it bring you some joy and inner balance. 🧘
🎨 "Balance" by GeilerArts: https://bit.ly/3JC6aDA
🤩 Artist Dain Yoon, @designdain, created this inspiring look 'Putting the last hand'. #vangoghinspires
Every image tells a story, and this one has a story attached. Visit the deviation page and read the artist’s description to find out what else is hidden in these teacups.
🎨 "Gryphon and Tea Rituals - III" by Himmis: https://bit.ly/3ThLzYr
🪟 #HiroshiSato, Meet Up, 2022 https://artsy.app/42pQcUi
Vincent’s brother Theo was an art dealer in Paris. This meant that he saw the latest and finest paintings. 🤩 He sometimes purchased something on the advice Vincent, like this painting. 🌻Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Young Woman at a Table, ‘Poudre de riz’ (1887)
Meet phil-cho (@philchoart), character designer and illustrator, and learn how he turned his creative hobby into a career that includes making custom artwork for the voice of Goku!
🎨 Meet the Artist: https://bit.ly/3neE3BJ
Enter now for a shot at $42,000 in prizes: http://bit.ly/3WIooaC! Design a new outfit and a small prop for the PUBG MOBILE 4th Global Design Contest. Entries do not require a UID! Follow @PUBGMCREATIVE for more inspo and check out other #PUBGMPDP #PUBGMFANART.
🐎Did you know the small plaster model of a horse Van Gogh used for this painting is now part of our collection? The Van Gogh family preserved it through the years. He painted this little horse on cardboard instead of canvas, because that was much cheaper. 🌻Horse (1886)
Loose painterly strokes highlight combinations of warm and cool colors to illustrate a beta fish that looks deep into your soul.
🎨 "Fish study" by WhimsicalFishy: https://bit.ly/3JYAOHy
"As an Afghan refugee woman, I produce textile works that evoke my personal diaspora as a means to investigate the politics of gender in Islamic culture, while also celebrating feminine subjects that have been deemed taboo." -Hangama Amiri https://artsy.app/3FC6Ia0
Color, texture, and composition combine to create an air of mystery and energy.
🎨 "The Enigma" by Acaciathorn: https://bit.ly/3FZQO9V
When Vincent’s drawings went to plan, it gave him lots of hope and energy: 📝 ‘I feel a power to do something within me. I see that my work holds its own against other work, and that gives me an incredible desire to work’.🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Girl Kneeling by a Cradle (1883)
☀️ #FayeWeiWei, As the Sun Rises like a Magic Lamp, 2022 https://artsy.app/3YVVvYQ
🎨 "Flight" by aleha84 (@84Aleha): https://bit.ly/3JOtUEw
In 2013, a ‘new’ painting was attributed to Vincent van Gogh: Sunset at Montmajour (1888). Extensive art historical & technical research confirmed the idea that this could perhaps be an original work by Vincent. 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Sunset at Montmajour (1888)
i can be your angle…or yuor devil 😈
🎨 "choose your goose" by supichu (@spicymochii): https://bit.ly/3ZJ9GBv
This is the largest painting in our museum. It’s more than 2.5 metres wide & more than 2 metres high. Vincent loved the work of this French painter. He undoubtedly saw this painting with his own eyes at the 1887 national art exhibition. 🌻Léon-Augustin Lhermitte, Haymaking (1887)
🐠 #VonHyinKolk, Tsing Yu Fan (Steamed Fish), 2021 https://artsy.app/3Tp9gOw
🎨 "Demon" by Manzanedo: https://bit.ly/3yWNGrr
In 1887, Etienne-Lucien Martin allowed Van Gogh to organise an exhibition in his restaurant in Paris. But not long after the exhibition opened, Martin told Vincent to come and collect the paintings. Why? Martin said that the pictures were spoiling the appetite of his customers...
🌿 #AlexiaVogel, Whirl II, 2022 https://artsy.app/3LfH1zQ
This St. Patrick’s Day, pinch Loki, Grogu, or Baby Groot at your own personal risk. 🍀
🎨 "Loki Day" by daekazu (@daekazu_) : http://bit.ly/3tiu7H9
🎼 #SalmanToor, Funeral, 2019 https://artsy.app/3YELpeR
🎨 The new BE@RBRICK edition, inspired by Van Gogh's 'Almond Blossom' painting, is on its way! 🚋 Subscribe here to stay updated on the official launch date. http://ow.ly/ZzBa50NiBzi
You’ll need a clockwork Poké Ball to catch this steampunk-inspired Pikachu, hand-sculpted from polymer clay! ⚡
🎨 "Robot Pikachu" by ClaireSteampunk: https://bit.ly/3ZMv4Gl
Today marks the 1 year anniversary of ‘Open up with Vincent’, a programme with which we aim to contribute to an open dialogue on mental health, based on Vincent van Gogh’s life story and art. Click here if you want to read more about it: http://ow.ly/pE4050N9O2U © The Courtauld
🪴 #JonathanGardner, Dusk, JG2023-009 https://artsy.app/426DUAa
Obsessed. Which is your favorite? 🐈 or 🦙?
🎨 Art by catherineveriga: https://bit.ly/3TfYwSA
👤 #DerekFordjour, Pablo's Universe, 2015 https://artsy.app/3ZPwJL9
Vincent often painted flower still lifes to practice using colours & contrast. First he mainly had darker colours in his palette, but now he started using bright colours. Vincent wrote that thanks to these flower still lives, he saw lots more colour in the landscapes around him.
Artsy, in partnership with @PaceGallery is honored to present an auction of a new painting by esteemed artist Loie Hollowell, in support of One Acre Fund. Learn more about the artwork at https://artsy.app/loie