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« Nous avons l'art afin de ne pas succomber de la vérité » Nietzsche

Sanda Michaela
BIRDS & TREES
SHADES OF BLUE
CHINA Art
A kiss to build a dream on
People matching artworks
Spain & Portugal ART
Georgia ART
Ivan Mestrovic, Vlaho Bukovac & Croatia ART
George Barbier & Gabriel Bonmati
Valeri Tsenov & Bulgaria
Russian modern & contemporary ART
Ironing with Leonard Cohen
Ukrainian contemporary ART
Taste of AUTUMN + CHERRIES
Romania ART
Mother and child ART
Cat & ART
Art Nouveau, Rene Lalique, Alphons Mucha, Jewels
Mosaic
Azerbaijan ART
Armenia ART
America ART
La femme en rouge
Reading & ART
Iran ART
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BIRDS & TREES

Birds are synonymous with flight, and as such are a potent symbol and embodiment of many of humanity’s hopes and dreams. They connote both the human and the divine spirit through their soaring freedom of movement, and their linking of earth and sky (often also water). Birds can represent our souls, or stand for wisdom and the power of thought.

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Birds are synonymous with flight, and as such are a potent symbol and embodiment of many of humanity’s hopes and dreams. They connote both the human and the divine spirit through their soaring freedom of movement, and their linking of earth and sky (often also water). Birds can represent our souls, or stand for wisdom and the power of thought.

Cranes became a symbol of the fallen soldiers of World War II. So much so that a range of World War II memorials in the former Soviet Union feature the image of flying cranes and, in several instances, even verses of the song White cranes ("Zhuravli") of the Dagestani poet Rasul Gamzatov.

Birds8 White cranes

Cranes became a symbol of the fallen soldiers of World War II. So much so that a range of World War II memorials in the former Soviet Union feature the image of flying cranes and, in several instances, even verses of the song White cranes ("Zhuravli") of the Dagestani poet Rasul Gamzatov.

Monuments to storks decorate various cities of Russia or Belarus as well as of Ukraine

Birds7 Birds of happiness

Monuments to storks decorate various cities of Russia or Belarus as well as of Ukraine

The leitmotif of Andrea Roggi's works, metaphorically represented by the Tree of Life, both in its iconographic meaning and as a symbol of plant life, is depicted by taking inspiration from the natural surroundings of his atelier in Castiglion Fiorentino, made of century-old olive and cypress trees. Cypress Trees, Tree Of Life, Symbols, Italy, Natural, Plants, Inspiration, Art, Atelier

Trees 7 Andrea Roggi (3)

The leitmotif of Andrea Roggi's works, metaphorically represented by the Tree of Life, both in its iconographic meaning and as a symbol of plant life, is depicted by taking inspiration from the natural surroundings of his atelier in Castiglion Fiorentino, made of century-old olive and cypress trees.

Self taught French sculptor Jean-Pierre Augier, was born in Nice and he lives and works in Saint-Antoine-de-Siga, between Levens and Saint-Blaise (Alpes-Maritimes, France). Nicknamed “iron magician” old tools and iron pieces are an inspiration to him, who gathers and turns them into characters or animals on the move Saint Blaise, French Sculptor, Old Tools, Teaching French, The Magicians, Iron, Characters, France, Nice

Birds1 Jean-Pierre Augier

Self taught French sculptor Jean-Pierre Augier, was born in Nice and he lives and works in Saint-Antoine-de-Siga, between Levens and Saint-Blaise (Alpes-Maritimes, France). Nicknamed “iron magician” old tools and iron pieces are an inspiration to him, who gathers and turns them into characters or animals on the move

Etienne has a degree in plastic arts. His works are exhibited internationally and collected by private collectors, institutions, and corporations. He worked with marble, stone and wood initially, but soon opted for bronze, which he felt allowed him to deal with solids and hollows better. Etienne’s works strike an organic balance between mass and space Plastic Art, The Collector, It Works, Marble, Felt, Bronze, Organic, Space, Wood

Birds2 Etienne Pirot

Etienne has a degree in plastic arts. His works are exhibited internationally and collected by private collectors, institutions, and corporations. He worked with marble, stone and wood initially, but soon opted for bronze, which he felt allowed him to deal with solids and hollows better. Etienne’s works strike an organic balance between mass and space

Etienne has a degree in plastic arts. His works are exhibited internationally and collected by private collectors, institutions, and corporations. He worked with marble, stone and wood initially, but soon opted for bronze, which he felt allowed him to deal with solids and hollows better. Etienne’s works strike an organic balance between mass and space. Plastic Art, Marble, Felt, Bronze, Organic, Space, Wood, Floor Space, Felting

Birds3 Etienne Pirot

Etienne has a degree in plastic arts. His works are exhibited internationally and collected by private collectors, institutions, and corporations. He worked with marble, stone and wood initially, but soon opted for bronze, which he felt allowed him to deal with solids and hollows better. Etienne’s works strike an organic balance between mass and space.

Walenty Pytel is a Polish-born contemporary artist based in the United Kingdom, recognised as a leading metal sculptor of birds and beasts. His creations are often inspired by nature and his artworks include the Jubilee Fountain in New Palace Yard, Westminster, a piece titled Take Off which is located at Birmingham Airport and Europe’s largest (in 1979) metalwork sculpture, The Fossor, at the headquarters of J. C. Bamford in Rocester, Staffordshire Birmingham Airport, New Palace, Bamford, Westminster, Contemporary Artists, Metal Working, Fountain, United Kingdom, Artworks

Birds4 Walenty Pytel

Walenty Pytel is a Polish-born contemporary artist based in the United Kingdom, recognised as a leading metal sculptor of birds and beasts. His creations are often inspired by nature and his artworks include the Jubilee Fountain in New Palace Yard, Westminster, a piece titled Take Off which is located at Birmingham Airport and Europe’s largest (in 1979) metalwork sculpture, The Fossor, at the headquarters of J. C. Bamford in Rocester, Staffordshire

Philip Wakeham is a Self taught contemporary figurative sculptor working exclusively in Bronze. Figurative, Bronze, Contemporary, Movie Posters, Art, Art Background, Film Poster, Kunst, Performing Arts

Birds5 Philip Wakeham

Philip Wakeham is a Self taught contemporary figurative sculptor working exclusively in Bronze.

Jatayu was a demi-god in Ramayana (the Hindu epic) who had the form of a vulture. According to the Ramayana, when Ravana abducted Sita, on his way to Lanka Jatayu had tried to rescue Sita from him. Jatayu fought valiantly with Ravana, but as Jatayu was very old, Ravana soon defeated him. Legend says that Jatayu fell on the rocks in Chadayamangalam, after his wings were clipped by Ravana Bird Statues, Vulture, The Rock, Sri Lanka, Worlds Largest, Rocks, Wings, India, God

Birds6 Jatayu, World's Largest Bird Statue

Jatayu was a demi-god in Ramayana (the Hindu epic) who had the form of a vulture. According to the Ramayana, when Ravana abducted Sita, on his way to Lanka Jatayu had tried to rescue Sita from him. Jatayu fought valiantly with Ravana, but as Jatayu was very old, Ravana soon defeated him. Legend says that Jatayu fell on the rocks in Chadayamangalam, after his wings were clipped by Ravana

SHADES OF BLUE

Arvind Kolapkar, Indian painter, born in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra and completed a Diploma in Art Education from the Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pune, in 2000 Art Indien, Rumi Love, Indian Art, Deities, Bo Bartlett, Images, Canvas Art, Hand Painted, Drawings

Shades of Blue 135 Arvind Kolapkar

Arvind Kolapkar, Indian painter, born in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra and completed a Diploma in Art Education from the Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pune, in 2000

CHINA Art

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A kiss to build a dream on

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People matching artworks

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Spain & Portugal ART

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Georgia ART

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Ivan Mestrovic, Vlaho Bukovac & Croatia ART

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George Barbier & Gabriel Bonmati

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Valeri Tsenov & Bulgaria

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Russian modern & contemporary ART

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Ironing with Leonard Cohen

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Ukrainian contemporary ART

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Taste of AUTUMN + CHERRIES

The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

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The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

Cherries 11

The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

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The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

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The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

Romania ART

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Mother and child ART

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Cat & ART

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Art Nouveau, Rene Lalique, Alphons Mucha, Jewels

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Mosaic

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Azerbaijan ART

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Armenia ART

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America ART

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La femme en rouge

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Reading & ART

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Iran ART

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist.

Javad Soleimanpour (Iran, 1965)3

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist.

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist

Javad Soleimanpour (Iran, 1965)2

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist.

Javad Soleimanpour (Iran, 1965)1

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist.

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Birds are synonymous with flight, and as such are a potent symbol and embodiment of many of humanity’s hopes and dreams. They connote both the human and the divine spirit through their soaring freedom of movement, and their linking of earth and sky (often also water). Birds can represent our souls, or stand for wisdom and the power of thought.

Birds9

Birds are synonymous with flight, and as such are a potent symbol and embodiment of many of humanity’s hopes and dreams. They connote both the human and the divine spirit through their soaring freedom of movement, and their linking of earth and sky (often also water). Birds can represent our souls, or stand for wisdom and the power of thought.

Cranes became a symbol of the fallen soldiers of World War II. So much so that a range of World War II memorials in the former Soviet Union feature the image of flying cranes and, in several instances, even verses of the song White cranes ("Zhuravli") of the Dagestani poet Rasul Gamzatov.

Birds8 White cranes

Cranes became a symbol of the fallen soldiers of World War II. So much so that a range of World War II memorials in the former Soviet Union feature the image of flying cranes and, in several instances, even verses of the song White cranes ("Zhuravli") of the Dagestani poet Rasul Gamzatov.

Monuments to storks decorate various cities of Russia or Belarus as well as of Ukraine

Birds7 Birds of happiness

Monuments to storks decorate various cities of Russia or Belarus as well as of Ukraine

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist.

Javad Soleimanpour (Iran, 1965)3

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist.

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist

Javad Soleimanpour (Iran, 1965)2

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist.

Javad Soleimanpour (Iran, 1965)1

Javad Soleimanpour was born in 1965 in Tabriz, Iran. Known for his paintings in pastel technique, as an artist, Javad Soleimanpour is self-taught. Currently, he lives in Turkey. Since 1998, the Seven Art Gallery in Istanbul began to regularly provide space for personal exhibitions of the artist.

The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

Cherries 12

The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

The leitmotif of Andrea Roggi's works, metaphorically represented by the Tree of Life, both in its iconographic meaning and as a symbol of plant life, is depicted by taking inspiration from the natural surroundings of his atelier in Castiglion Fiorentino, made of century-old olive and cypress trees. Cypress Trees, Tree Of Life, Symbols, Italy, Natural, Plants, Inspiration, Art, Atelier

Trees 7 Andrea Roggi (3)

The leitmotif of Andrea Roggi's works, metaphorically represented by the Tree of Life, both in its iconographic meaning and as a symbol of plant life, is depicted by taking inspiration from the natural surroundings of his atelier in Castiglion Fiorentino, made of century-old olive and cypress trees.

Self taught French sculptor Jean-Pierre Augier, was born in Nice and he lives and works in Saint-Antoine-de-Siga, between Levens and Saint-Blaise (Alpes-Maritimes, France). Nicknamed “iron magician” old tools and iron pieces are an inspiration to him, who gathers and turns them into characters or animals on the move Saint Blaise, French Sculptor, Old Tools, Teaching French, The Magicians, Iron, Characters, France, Nice

Birds1 Jean-Pierre Augier

Self taught French sculptor Jean-Pierre Augier, was born in Nice and he lives and works in Saint-Antoine-de-Siga, between Levens and Saint-Blaise (Alpes-Maritimes, France). Nicknamed “iron magician” old tools and iron pieces are an inspiration to him, who gathers and turns them into characters or animals on the move

Etienne has a degree in plastic arts. His works are exhibited internationally and collected by private collectors, institutions, and corporations. He worked with marble, stone and wood initially, but soon opted for bronze, which he felt allowed him to deal with solids and hollows better. Etienne’s works strike an organic balance between mass and space Plastic Art, The Collector, It Works, Marble, Felt, Bronze, Organic, Space, Wood

Birds2 Etienne Pirot

Etienne has a degree in plastic arts. His works are exhibited internationally and collected by private collectors, institutions, and corporations. He worked with marble, stone and wood initially, but soon opted for bronze, which he felt allowed him to deal with solids and hollows better. Etienne’s works strike an organic balance between mass and space

Etienne has a degree in plastic arts. His works are exhibited internationally and collected by private collectors, institutions, and corporations. He worked with marble, stone and wood initially, but soon opted for bronze, which he felt allowed him to deal with solids and hollows better. Etienne’s works strike an organic balance between mass and space. Plastic Art, Marble, Felt, Bronze, Organic, Space, Wood, Floor Space, Felting

Birds3 Etienne Pirot

Etienne has a degree in plastic arts. His works are exhibited internationally and collected by private collectors, institutions, and corporations. He worked with marble, stone and wood initially, but soon opted for bronze, which he felt allowed him to deal with solids and hollows better. Etienne’s works strike an organic balance between mass and space.

Walenty Pytel is a Polish-born contemporary artist based in the United Kingdom, recognised as a leading metal sculptor of birds and beasts. His creations are often inspired by nature and his artworks include the Jubilee Fountain in New Palace Yard, Westminster, a piece titled Take Off which is located at Birmingham Airport and Europe’s largest (in 1979) metalwork sculpture, The Fossor, at the headquarters of J. C. Bamford in Rocester, Staffordshire Birmingham Airport, New Palace, Bamford, Westminster, Contemporary Artists, Metal Working, Fountain, United Kingdom, Artworks

Birds4 Walenty Pytel

Walenty Pytel is a Polish-born contemporary artist based in the United Kingdom, recognised as a leading metal sculptor of birds and beasts. His creations are often inspired by nature and his artworks include the Jubilee Fountain in New Palace Yard, Westminster, a piece titled Take Off which is located at Birmingham Airport and Europe’s largest (in 1979) metalwork sculpture, The Fossor, at the headquarters of J. C. Bamford in Rocester, Staffordshire

Philip Wakeham is a Self taught contemporary figurative sculptor working exclusively in Bronze. Figurative, Bronze, Contemporary, Movie Posters, Art, Art Background, Film Poster, Kunst, Performing Arts

Birds5 Philip Wakeham

Philip Wakeham is a Self taught contemporary figurative sculptor working exclusively in Bronze.

Jatayu was a demi-god in Ramayana (the Hindu epic) who had the form of a vulture. According to the Ramayana, when Ravana abducted Sita, on his way to Lanka Jatayu had tried to rescue Sita from him. Jatayu fought valiantly with Ravana, but as Jatayu was very old, Ravana soon defeated him. Legend says that Jatayu fell on the rocks in Chadayamangalam, after his wings were clipped by Ravana Bird Statues, Vulture, The Rock, Sri Lanka, Worlds Largest, Rocks, Wings, India, God

Birds6 Jatayu, World's Largest Bird Statue

Jatayu was a demi-god in Ramayana (the Hindu epic) who had the form of a vulture. According to the Ramayana, when Ravana abducted Sita, on his way to Lanka Jatayu had tried to rescue Sita from him. Jatayu fought valiantly with Ravana, but as Jatayu was very old, Ravana soon defeated him. Legend says that Jatayu fell on the rocks in Chadayamangalam, after his wings were clipped by Ravana

The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

Cherries 11

The cherry: beauty, softness, its heart-shaped plastic have inspired artists since Antiquity

Yury Matsik - Summer Russian Folk Art, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Flower Art, Yuri, My Arts, Artists, Divas, Flowers

Summer - Yury Matsik

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