Salvador Dali is a brilliant Spanish painter and sculptor, who left behind hundreds of outstanding works. Surrealistic sculptures of the master evoke a whole gamut of feelings from the viewer, shocking and stunning the imagination. Thanks to the enterprise of Dali and his partners, they managed to build a whole sculptural industry that exists even after the death of the creator.
The most famous sculptures of Salvador Dali
Dali was one of the prominent representatives of the surrealist movement, and many of the sculptural works of the master are made in this style. The largest collection of Dali’s works in the world is presented in the genius art gallery in Figueres. A huge number of works are in the hands of private collectors. Dali also created quite a lot of various street sculptural compositions. Many of the largest sculptures are currently located in city squares Continue reading
Sculpture was once considered the area of work of male artists, as physically complex as unlimited in scope. But over the past few decades, artists from Eva Hesse to Ursula von Rydingsvard won a place for women working in modern sculpture. In recent years, it was women sculptors who were able to submit to the public the most ambitious works. Many of them were made of gypsum. Due to its plasticity, this material allows you to realize even the most daring and original ideas of the author.
Around the world, there are several hundred talented women working in the genre of sculptural art. Consider those that experts consider the most promising. They all work in different techniques and use different materials to create their works. At the same time, they are united by a passion for pure and bright art.
This is a young American woman sculptor, born in 1986 in the United States. Today, the artist lives and Continue reading
The tendency of the separation of art from the image of reality received a logical conclusion in the works of abstract artists. Their work was distinguished by a complete lack of plot and composition. Abstract art is considered one of the most complex phenomena of modern culture, since it completely excludes ideological content and figurative form.
A new direction in art was named from the Latin word abstractus, which means “abstract”. The canvases, made in an abstract style, were not popular with the masses, because the paintings, randomly filled with spots and lines, are quite difficult to understand. The quality of such work is practically not evaluable. Theorist of abstract art, Michel Seyfor, defines this direction in this way: “I call abstract any art that does not contain any reminder, no idea of reality.”
In the late 1940s, lyrical or romantic abstractionism spread in Europe. The characteristic features of the new trend are pronounced in the works of the German painter Wols.
The painting “Felix”, praised by critics, depicted the double, combined eyes and wings of a monstrous bird. Refined vision, Continue reading