Art appreciation

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Charles Bird King  American (Newport, RI 1785 - 1862 Washington, DC)  The Vanity of the Artist's Dream, 1830  Former Title: The Anatomy of Art Appreciation  Painting  American, 19th century  Creation Place: United States  Oil and graphite on canvas  89.2 x 74.9 cm (35 1/8 x 29 1/2 in.) Graffiti, Painting & Drawing, Art, Studio Ghibli, Classical Art, Old Paintings, Harvard Art Museum, Rennaissance Art, Artist

In this humorous still life, King pokes fun at popular taste and laments the plight of the arts in America. A masterful example of trompe l’oeil illusion, the painting depicts a cupboard filled with the possessions of an ambitious and well-educated but financially unsuccessful painter. Brushes, drafting tools, treatises on art, and a cast of the head of the Apollo Belvedere, the celebrated antique sculpture, are crammed in next to stacks of unpaid bills, letters from parsimonious patrons…

Agnes Kusler
Karin  Jurick  Tutt Art Museums, Art, High School, Artist, Artist Art, Female Art, Lovers Art, Figure Painting, Fine Art

When painter Karin Jurick was in high school, she spent many days and hours going to train stations and museums so she could sketch the variety of people who came into her view. She would sketch fast, quickly filling up sketchbook after sketchbook, and it was just something she wanted to do – the more she did it, the better she got.

Basie Geerdts