John Holcroft is an #illustrator based in England. Graduating in the 90s he started going freelance, working in acrylics on board. Since then he has reinvented himself many times. Currently he works digitally but emulates a screen print style, rather like 1950s poster ads. Over the past 20 years #JohnHolcroft has worked with some of the biggest names from all over the world: Financial Times, BBC, Reader’s Digest, Economist, New York Times, Informa & Experien to name a few | JohnHolcroft.com
#Medusa (1590) by #Caravaggio --- List of legendary creatures 👉 http://buff.ly/2oaREdP
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A Relationship Fraught and Fruitful: on ‘Picasso/Dali, Dali/Picasso’ at the Dali Museum
’Portrait of Pablo Picasso in the Twenty-first Century’ (1947) by Salvador Dalí.
#Utopia: The Search for Ideal Society The availability of the #French translation by Raoul de Presles of Augustine's De Civitate Dei gave rise to the production in #France of a number of large, deluxe, richly illuminated manuscripts. Perhaps the most celebrated is the one for which Robert #Gaguin, a general of the #Trinitarians, a preeminent #theologian and humanist, personally planned the series of images, in collaboration with the best #Parisian illuminator of his day, know as “Maître…
Exploring the concept of air within liquid in an abstract that has a cellular memory entitled: Body shapes painted by German artist: Manuel Cosson who plunges us beneath the skin whilst outlining external forms in a dance of discovered creativity of the unknown science that defines what and why, but can't reveal the who. - https://plus.google.com/u/0/+LesleyCollier