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The Battle of Alexander at Issus, Autor Albrecht Altdorfer, 1528-1529 Técnica Óleo sobre tabla Estilo Renacimiento Tamaño 158,4 cm × 120,3 cm Localización Alte Pinakothek, Múnich, Alemania

Altdorfer the battle of Alexander the Great

Albrecht Altdorfer, The Swiss War, from Triumphant Emperor Maximilian, 4.5 x 9.3 cm, on parchment, circa 1513-1515 (Albertina, Vienna). Though he is better known for his prints, drawings and paintings, Altdorfer's hand is immediately recognizable in this miniature from an illuminated manuscript.

Shape- the use of regular squares and rectangles overlapping one another in a conformed manner creates an image of a bustling NYC street. The bustling effect comes from the intense overlapping of the shapes- it also adds the effect that the buildings are being built/put together. The darker shapes give the piece depth and from a distance, dimension.

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St Leo in Glory (sketch for the ceiling of the church of San Lio, Venice)

"St Leo in Glory (sketch for the ceiling of the church of San Lio, Venice)" by Tiepolo, Domenico, 1783-174 (painted)


Icebergs by Zaria Forman…

Icebergs by Zaria Forman… no ordinary artist. Her work is moving and dramatic but the most impressive part? She paints with her fingers. Her artwork is as awe-inspiring as it is unbelievable and breathtaking. Human creativity truly knows no bounds, and this is a reminder to us all that you don’t have to have a pen and paper or even a paintbrush to create beautiful pieces of art.

Winter Landscape. Japanese hanging scroll painting.

by Ina Van Schallwyk (fiction) Painting by Hattie Ruth Camden Armstrong of what she thought Aubrie might would have looked like at age 5 - wading in the springs of Stillwater Springs.