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Gustave Jean Jacquet – ANALYZED PAINTING

355/365 Well, today we have our first look at Gustave Jean Jacquet. He’s got some amazing portrait paintings, and this one is just as nice. He proves that he’s a master of rendering fabric, portraying anatomy, and composition. Let’s get started and see how he designs this masterpiece....

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Toulouse Lautrec – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

338/365 It’s been a while, but Toulouse Lautrec is back! He tries to outsmart his peers in this cleverly designed painting. Let’s dig into this design and see which techniques he inspires us to use in our own art....

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Tintoretto – ANALYZED PAINTING

299/365 Welcome back and thanks for joining in on this first look at Tintoretto’s analyzed painting called “The Deliverance of Arsenoe.”. Born in Venice, his real name is Jacopo Comin, but since his father Giovanni was a dyer (or tintore) he gave his son the nickname “Tintoretto” which means “little dyer.” He showed artistic promise at...

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David Bellemere – ANALYZED PAINTING #2

275/365 Welcome back everyone! It’s been a while since we’ve taken a close look at David Bellemere’s work, so I decided to analyze this one. It’s a bit vulgar to some of you, but at the end of the analysis, I’ll point out some things that might clean it up a bit. We can definitely...

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Van Gogh – ANALYZED PAINTING #3

250/365 We’re back with another analyzed painting! How’s everyone doing today? Good I hope! Thanks again for all of the continued support, it’s really appreciated. Let’s take a look at Vincent van Gogh’s abstract and colorful still life masterpiece to see if we can get inside his thought process. How did he design this, and...

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Michelangelo – ANALYZED PAINTING

191/365 Today we are taking at a very famous painting “The creation of Adam” by Michelangelo. This can be seen in the Sistine Chapel, and if you are quick, you can snag a picture of it. I was lucky enough to get a bit of video without doing any jail time. I’m sure Michelangelo was...

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Euan Uglow – ANALYZED PAINTING

184/365 Welcome back everyone! Today we take a look at a very interesting painter, Euan Uglow. I first heard of his work while I was attending The Barnstone Studios. He has a style of painting that almost emulates the cracked crust on a fresh baked loaf of bread. Let’s have a look at how this...

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Rubens – ANALYZED PAINTING #3

180/365 Welcome back everyone! I’m excited to be analyzing this Peter Paul Rubens painting, Massacre of the Innocents. Ever since I watched this video (see Day 158), I’ve been intrigued by the story. It’s such a violent and dramatic piece. I can’t imagine what people thought of this painting back in the day. It must’ve...

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Titian – ANALYZED PAINTING

177/365 Today we take a look at Tiziano Vecellio, or better known as Titian. This painting of Bacchus and Ariadne was originally meant for Raphael to complete, but after his death, Titian took it over. There are a couple of different stories, one describing Bacchus leaping off of his chariot to save Ariadne from the...

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Bouguereau – ANALYZED PAINTING #3

170/365 Welcome back everyone! Today we take a look at one of my favorite painters, William-Adolphe Bouguereau…most of you already know that I stand in awe of his skills as a painter. Let’s take a look at how he creates this nice masterpiece!...

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