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  1. #16
    Went to Rembrandt's house once... it's old.



    Nu descendant l’escalier n° 2-Marcel Duchamp

  2. #17
    Originally Posted by Sir.Tj View Post (Source)
    Another one from JWMT

    See if you can find the rabbit...
    In the middel of bottom left quarter?
    But I did find the horse!
    the bridge structure looks like horse to me in this painting

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    Nicolas Poussin-Les Bergers d'Arcadie

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    Necronom IV, 1976 by Hans Rudolf Giger.
    Fantastic Realism







    The Call, by Alex Andreyev
    Digital Art, Surreal

    artist gallery: https://www.deviantart.com/alexandreev/

  5. #20
    I'm quite partial to Geoff Hunt's work that he did for the covers of all Patrick O'Brian's Master and Commander series.

    This is the one that currently adorns the first book


  6. #21
    When visiting Picasso gallery in Barcelona couple of years ago I was astonished by his early works - where he's been creating realistic artwork, way before he went cubism.

    I specifically remember this one. There is something very "raw" and depressing about it. Love it.

    Pablo Picasso, "Science et Charité" (Science and Charity)
    1897
    Oil on canvas


  7. #22
    The following was created by myself using adobe illustrator.

    Portrait of Prince:

  8. #23
    Originally Posted by rootsrat View Post (Source)
    When visiting Picasso gallery in Barcelona couple of years ago I was astonished by his early works - where he's been creating realistic artwork, way before he went cubism.

    I specifically remember this one. There is something very "raw" and depressing about it. Love it.

    Pablo Picasso, "Science et Charité" (Science and Charity)
    1897
    Oil on canvas
    In the old days, you'd be better off without medical assistance.

  9. #24
    That Prince portrait poster made me immediately think of this guy:


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  11. #26
    Originally Posted by Vasea Azure View Post (Source)
    Necronom IV, 1976 by Hans Rudolf Giger.
    Fantastic Realism
    Nice! I have a framed wall poster of that image which my wife tolerated for many years ... until we had children, then she made me take it down. It's now in the attic, along with another large framed poster of my forum avatar ...


  12. #27
    Originally Posted by rootsrat View Post (Source)
    Discovered this artist today.

    Victo Nagi



    More: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2018/0...by-victo-ngai/
    That made me think of this guy:



    Friedensreich Hundertwasser

  13. #28
    M.C Escher is pretty underated IMO.




  14. #29
    I've just found out about a young lad from Nigeria (11 years old) called Kareem Waris Olamilekan. A prodigy in every sense of the word. He's got a bright future ahead of him.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-...th-grand-plans


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