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Artist: Thomas W Schaller Watercolor Posted by Lara

The Gray Tree Artist: Piet Mondrian Completion Date: 1911 Style: Cubism Genre: landscape Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 79.7 x 109.1 cm Gallery: Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands Posted by Lara

Omar Shammah - Syrian Artist Me Series " These works were done in 2013. A period of mixed feelings on both personal and national stages for me... so all of the works here are about me and my country, Syria." On my mind 29.7 x 21 cm Mixed media on drawing paper. Refined with Photoshop

Watercolour Tip from PETER WOOLLEY: Dry Brush Technique


"Bison" ($2,500) by Cologne-based artist Peter Heydeck is a drawing featured in this week's Walk The Line collection:

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Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings Look Deeply Into Soulful Eyes

Manchester-based artist Martin Lynch-Smith expertly sketches the human eye, capturing every minute detail. From the wispy hairs of one's eyelashes and the wrinkled creases under the eye to the entrancing texture of the iris, the artist is able to execute hyperrealistic renditions of soulful …


Little House Cat Lives Amongst Dangerous African Wildlife

London-based photographer George Logan juxtaposes an adorable little cat with a variety of large and imposing African wildlife for the new <i>Big Cat Little Cat</i> Whiskas ad campaign. The energetic little feline can be seen playfully clawing at a leopard's tail, running along the grassy plains with a …


Buildings and Skies Transformed Into Playful Line Drawings

It's always fun to look up in a big city and to observe the towering buildings overhead. While most of us are in awe of the architecture and blue skies, French artist Thomas Lamadieu sees a fresh, blank canvas for his illustrations. In his <i>SkyArt</i>, Lamadieu transforms the shapes of cascading …