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File: 1597074763575.jpg (1.38 MB, 800x946, tgverf.jpg)

No. 103414

Not just "pretty" and "beautiful" art, but art that gets in touch with our emotions, be the most dark, depressing and eerie feelings of emptiness and solitude, but also, art that makes us feel incredibly happy, lightweight, and full of sunshine.

Any medium (drawings, paintings, sculptures, exhibitions, animations, photography, etc) is welcomed and encouraged. You can post anything as long as it was something that made you deeply feel/think. If the art is just pretty and well done but has no personal emotional attachment or doesn't provoke any thought, you may post it in another thread.

Optional: Include an explanation in your post.

No. 103415

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No. 103416

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No. 103418

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No. 103419

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No. 103420

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>>103418
Love it. Reminds me of Wyeth

No. 103427

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No. 103429

>>103427
i hate you anon

No. 103430

>>103429
cringe is a feeling

No. 103432

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No. 103433

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No. 103434

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No. 103440

>>103433
>>103434
>>103435
holy shit i love this concept art from beauty and the beast

No. 103442

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No. 103443

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No. 103444

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No. 103446

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gotta have my faggoty angels

No. 103447

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No. 103449

>>103447
Anon, this is amazing!

No. 103459

File: 1597096687573.jpg (2.42 MB, 1470x1736, Francisco_de_Goya,_Saturno_dev…)

Anything by Goya really makes me thonk. Any other farmer who is a fan of Goya here?

No. 103460

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No. 103462

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No. 103463

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No. 103464

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No. 103466

>>103459
Yes! I love him. I used to have this painting on a red T-shirt hirt but I lost it

No. 103500

>>103440
it's actually all concept art from sleeping beauty

No. 103501

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No. 103502

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No. 103503

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No. 103505

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No. 103506

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No. 103542

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No. 103553

File: 1597155743273.jpg (Spoiler Image, 47.25 KB, 604x425, presents-opening-children.jpg)

this fucked me up as a teen

No. 103555

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No. 103556

File: 1597156180479.jpg (142.36 KB, 717x900, calm below.jpg)

I saw this piece on le reddit a while ago and it moved me so much I had to just sit there for a bit and chill out to some music. The funniest thing is that it's the stupidest concept, but it is the true definition of "calm" for me.

No. 103560

>>103459
I've had this as my phone wallpaper for over a year now

No. 103576

File: 1597163468170.jpg (2.1 MB, 1521x2000, Berthold_Woltze_-_Der_lästige…)

Great thread OP.
>tfw annoying scrotes

No. 103577

File: 1597163748696.jpg (431.03 KB, 951x1256, gtfoscrote.jpg)

>>103576
And when you truly had enough

No. 103579

>>103576

Before you could text the transport police

No. 103692

File: 1597209389140.jpg (85.04 KB, 675x680, D4zUaGjXoAAZCxh.jpg)

This AI picture that went viral a few months ago combining many random objects into ambiguous shapes. Really freaks me the fuck out honestly lmao, like I get this panicked feeling in my chest and throat and like I wanna run far away from it. It also makes me feel legitimately nauseated - especially that brown thing in the foreground, looks like a mutant monkey or part of someone's hair, that makes me feel sick to my stomach. I hated searching this up just to post it on here tbh lol, but it's a great example of art making me feel something very strongly.

No. 103693

>>103692

Funny, when I see that it always just looks like some hoarders bedroom to me.

No. 103740

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No. 103741

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By Remedios Varo Uranga. I feel like the shadow of myself so it hits me

No. 103750

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No. 103751

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No. 103752

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No. 103753

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No. 103754

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No. 103755

File: 1597241851068.jpg (256.44 KB, 1080x1350, 117544153_283291982964230_7656…)

by James Lipnickas

No. 103787

>>103459
I like how his work looks visually and technical quite of similair quality as the other famous artists of his time, yet he paints completly the opposite topics, i think thats makes him a interesting artist

No. 103789

File: 1597259921769.jpg (4.02 MB, 3000x3822, The_Scream.jpg)

A basic choice but to me its the embodiment of the overwelming feeling of the surroundings or nature thats super strong and rarely happen. It reminds me personally of being alone on my 19th birthday in Tokyo watching the fireworks and for some reason got super overwelmed but with a lot of force, also when i got drugged with acid by some guy a year before, it reminds me of these undescribable extremely overwelming moments that barerly happen and i cant explain but will always remember the force for feelings i had no control over anymore

No. 103792

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No. 103796

>>103792
Wow. Who's this artist?

No. 103798

>>103792
Reminds me of the movie I lost My body

No. 103799

>>103755
Ooh, reminds me of a Yume Nikki location. Thanks for sharing.

No. 103801

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No. 103839

This video makes me incredibly happy

No. 103850

File: 1597276012287.jpeg (467.14 KB, 960x926, Ea9iOHvVcAExrsv.jpeg)

sun project hits different

No. 103851

>>103839
I love this video so much! It does the same feeling for me that Parappa the rapper or Poinies poin does for me!

No. 103871

>>103555
kek doesnt this have a creepypasta?

No. 103875

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Every single time I come across this comic I cry uncontrollably and I don't fucking understand why it hits me so hard

No. 103876

>>103875
thanks now i'm crying too

No. 103893

File: 1597307817272.jpg (72.21 KB, 500x609, o8L2ID6.jpg)

>>103875

Thanks anon, this is a very interesting piece of art, it legit made me cry.

No. 103908

>>103796
pajamabou on twitter

No. 103931

>>103875
i love this because the artist is that buzzfeed comic guy. it's nice to see him put out good things instead of just ~quirky comics~

No. 103932

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No. 103947

>>103875
same, every time i've seen it i've cried. it just hits you ok.

No. 103959

>>103931
>>103947
ehh, it's only good because it's being based on a genius poem

No. 103988

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No. 104028

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No. 104029

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>>103789
I love Munch's paintings

No. 104030

File: 1597385528700.jpg (1.93 MB, 2591x3173, Edvard_Munch_-_The_Kiss_-_Goog…)

>>104029
This one is another favourite

No. 104031

>>104028
I love this, who's the artist?

No. 104430

File: 1597464139977.png (862.21 KB, 720x794, tumblr_699513fb164509735729698…)

Homeless by Thomas Benjamin Kennington

No. 104493

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No. 104540

File: 1597533838560.jpg (119.46 KB, 857x1200, 00006.jpg)

any anons here ever cried seeing a painting in real life? i did once, cried in front of bougoureau's birth of venus. not sure why tbh, but i loved the painting even before seeing it so when i stood in front of the real thing i just kinda teared up.

No. 104543

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No. 104551

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No. 104552

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No. 104553

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No. 104735

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No. 104737

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No. 104741

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No. 104742

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No. 104743

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>>104742
Today the baby bird that lived on my backyard died and I feel like shit.

No. 104747

>>104743
I am so sorry anon…
that comic wrecked me, fuck

No. 104753

>>104743
My condolences, also im crying because of the comic.

No. 104848

>>104743
Sorry anon. Had a similar experience a few months ago and I just thought of all the little bird things it won't get to do and cried because I thought too much about it. My bf told me its just a bird but he understood; I would check on it daily as discretely as I could since it was an egg. Its two siblings survived though so that gave me some comfort

No. 104862

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No. 105439

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>>104029

Me too, anon!
I love his work,sometimes I relate to his paintings so much and sometimes they just make feel… Honestly, I don't even know how to explain.

No. 105633

File: 1598238445259.jpeg (76.24 KB, 665x1038, 6C705AB5-D0E8-434F-9858-8C862C…)

adolescence, salvador dali

No. 105639

>>105633
Words can't describe how much I love Surrealism.

No. 105730

Anyone else love this album?

No. 105758

>>105730
yes but it makes me want to kill myself

No. 105759


No. 105778

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No. 105807

>>105778
I definitely felt something looking at this

No. 105959

>>105730
I love all the Caretaker's work, it so effortlessly conjures up this specific atmosphere and imagery for me most other music can't

No. 105969

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No. 105973


No. 105977

>>105969
>>105972
wow these are amazing

No. 105995

Is music allowed?

I don't pay attention to the lyrics of the song but the instrumental just gets to me. It makes me feel so lonely like I wasted my life. Kinda makes me want to go out and finally live.

No. 106072

File: 1598613760785.jpg (259.37 KB, 960x960, 68819286_10219432143251701_766…)

I really feel something when I look at this but I don't know what it is. I don't know the artist sadly. Also this song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwoV0VGPiVs makes me feel like I'm floating through space

No. 106173

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No. 106176

>>106072
Reverse google says its by Deniz SarazhiN and the piece is called All in One Shirt

No. 106181

>>105995
There's a thread for music already so no

No. 106624

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No. 106625

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No. 106626

File: 1599051000131.jpeg (642.1 KB, 828x537, F227C91D-9F68-4D32-988B-9C4710…)

I don't know who the artist is but I love all of their works, I like that they chose a relatively cheerful and shy character like Tsukasa too

No. 106628

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No. 106966

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No. 106970

>>106630
hate this uwu mpdg anime/manga. total trash

No. 106980

>>103577
Needs a trashbin edit

No. 107033

File: 1599359688463.jpg (300.09 KB, 950x672, sick_girl.jpg)

"Wow… she is LITERALLY me!"
Any art of women lying in bed looking depressed out of their mind, though likely due to illness. I was also depressed and very sick, I wouldnt wish that existence on anyone.

No. 112214

File: 1603074317551.jpg (68.7 KB, 475x635, mary.jpg)

inb4 "tattoos make you look like a degenerate" anon comes swooping in, but I really want a tattoo that features Mary crying tears or blood in a surrealist style

No. 112219

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No. 112236

File: 1603103263118.jpg (239.32 KB, 600x445, Judith-Caravaggio.jpg)

pretty much everything by caravaggio

No. 112237

File: 1603103372361.jpg (288.57 KB, 1280x854, 69b1474e055bc3a8921f5eae17a422…)

this is so cute it makes me wanna cry

No. 112238

File: 1603103502940.jpg (48.52 KB, 550x378, p78xwvx6hc1tk4ghuo8_640.jpg)

>in 1950, american artist james hampton (1909-1964) rented a carriage house in washington, dc. over the next fourteen years, hampton, who at the time worked as a janitor, constructed a massive, glimmering sculptural work out of recycled and found materials, such as old furniture, aluminum foil, and discarded light bulbs collected on the job. hampton’s work was posthumously titled throne to the third heaven based on an inscription by hampton. throne to the third heaven expresses the grand religious vision of the artist whose landlord had no idea his garage had been transformed into a studio housing a mystical masterwork: an astounding vision of deliverance, freedom, and cosmic glory.
>from 1945 to his death, hampton also compiled the divinely-inspired book of the 7 dispensations by st. james, an 108-page text written in a language of symbols and codes that some scholars call “hamptonese.” though scholars have identified patterns in hampton’s writing and correlations to hebrew and christian scriptures, they have yet to ‘decode’ the book’s language or meaning. so far, studies indicate the st. james text could be deciphered–its content bears an organization and theme that resist the possibility of merely voicing incoherent, indecipherable gibberish.
>hampton was described as soft-spoken, humble, and reclusive. he did not exhibit his work or regularly share it with others; his few friends were unaware of its existence until the iridescent monument was discovered by the landlord once hampton had died. despite the mystery that persists enshrouding james hampton, his work, his writing, and his vision, the two silver words at the top of his central throne ring clearly and powerfully decades later to all who read it:
>FEAR NOT.

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No. 112241

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No. 112242

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No. 112244

>>112238
Wow, this is fascinating!! What an interesting guy. When I first saw the picture I assumed it was a collection of ancient relics

No. 112245

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No. 112249

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>>103988
this is awesome

No. 112250

>>112249
this looks cool, who's the artist?

No. 112251

File: 1603106251390.jpg (1.08 MB, 2134x2560, A1mGSBU93gL.jpg)

>>112249
Tadanoori Yokoo

No. 112255

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No. 112344

File: 1603154651238.jpeg (58.42 KB, 587x356, E1E5DB_fullsize.jpeg)

Already posted him somewhere, but I love Tomer Hanuka's works. His figures and colors are so pleasing to me

No. 112346

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No. 112347

File: 1603154812246.jpg (433.08 KB, 750x999, lotus-webres.jpg)

James Jean's old work makes me feel like I'm dreaming

No. 112349

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No. 112350

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No. 112353

File: 1603155535943.jpeg (145.2 KB, 1388x1932, Red Haze.jpeg)

I lost the artist but there was this Russian surrealist landscape painter on Deviantart I really liked. Their stuff always gave me the feeling like it was the end of the world

No. 112354

File: 1603156651565.jpg (82.41 KB, 833x1024, 8-833x1024.jpg)

>>112353
I had recurring dreams from age 5 that were just like Beksinski's art, particularly this one. The first time I saw this I started to cry and it took me awhile to figure out why.

No. 112449

>>105995
This song has always made me cry and given me chills. I can’t tell you how many nights I drove around the city in my car crying listening to this song really feeling it. I do think it evokes a lot of emotions for anyone who has truly experienced loneliness or emptiness

No. 112453

>>112449
Nta but I used to walk around my college campus listening to this album so much my freshman year, takes me back to what i was feeling at the time, wow

No. 112542

>>112350
Disgusting. Artist name please

No. 112546

File: 1603262065412.jpg (724.94 KB, 864x864, 8h20yifquxp31.jpg)

Carlos Morago's work makes me depressed but also optimistic. Like I'm recovering at a psych ward and counting the days until I get out.

No. 112547

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No. 112583

>>112542
That's still James Jean

No. 113111

File: 1603787712822.jpg (156.42 KB, 615x923, knife angel.jpg)

The Knife Angel sculpture by Alfie Bradley.
It's 27 feet tall, and made from over 100,000 knives that have been seized from people. Seeing it face to face must be an experience.

No. 113112

File: 1603787754316.jpg (225.75 KB, 1224x462, The_Knife_Angel_1_.jpg)

>>113111
From other angles

No. 113114

File: 1603787956982.jpg (341.72 KB, 1200x1600, knife-angel-launch.jpg)

>>113112
It goes on tour around Britain often (good luck to those transporting it) and it's always interesting how different places decide to display it, and where.
On a lighter note, the artist also did a sculpture called 'Spoon Gorilla' which is lovely!

No. 113115

>>113111
>>113112
angels are amazing in itself and this is even better

No. 113118

>>113111
This is fantastic

No. 113123

File: 1603796863509.jpg (159.46 KB, 1242x1536, T03809_561664_10.jpg)

angels of anarchy by Eileen Agar is one of my favourite sculptures ever tbh

No. 117985

File: 1607672076846.jpg (171.58 KB, 800x1072, buttmcbutt aka James Lee Chiah…)


No. 117986

File: 1607672118835.jpg (135.65 KB, 1254x1771, bukimi397 aka 不気味遺産.jpg)


No. 117994

File: 1607674404043.jpeg (5.58 MB, 2886x3710, English Setter and Gordon Sett…)


No. 117996

File: 1607675778534.png (Spoiler Image, 3.76 MB, 1408x1854, spiritual nude, 1921 Austin Os…)


No. 125267

File: 1612257997955.png (708.05 KB, 810x812, Er0zF1iWMAETIPG.png)


No. 125273

File: 1612259673512.jpg (165.29 KB, 750x548, amielgo_kayla_web.jpg)


No. 125274

File: 1612259703817.jpg (132.17 KB, 1000x670, EMpty Interior01_web02.jpg)


No. 125301

File: 1612287877575.jpg (993.92 KB, 1000x1000, nightmares_1000.jpg)

i'm obsessed with Patty Carroll's "Anonymous Women" series. you can find more pics on her website, highly recommend checking it out.

No. 125311

>>112237
is this a photoshoot of a taxidermist' collection tea-party?

No. 149602

File: 1624493317579.png (1.28 MB, 1168x492, 111.png)


No. 149603

File: 1624493350316.png (1.08 MB, 1378x552, 2222.png)


No. 149608

File: 1624497816442.jpg (Spoiler Image, 191.15 KB, 1080x799, IMG_20210624_032246.jpg)

>>149602
I hate those because they remind me of the art by the one woman who claimed to be an MK Ultra child abuse survivor with over 10 alters

No. 149609

File: 1624498247972.png (1.94 MB, 1280x854, imagen_2021-06-23_203036.png)


No. 149612

File: 1624500128176.jpg (97.09 KB, 640x640, 178803486_542028743446599_3124…)


No. 149615

File: 1624501155013.jpg (132.56 KB, 728x983, waliszewska1.jpg)

I recently discovered Aleksandra Waliszewska. Body horror and assault are recurring themes in her work, but it's portrayed in a bleak and deeply unsettling way. Some of her pieces are very visceral depictions of women being betrayed by their own bodies, and others are deceptively humorous, sinister cats. Her work makes me feel like I'm witnessing an exhausted, traumatized woman having a mental breakdown, and it scares me that I can understand how she got to that point.

No. 149616

File: 1624501196181.jpg (76.75 KB, 1050x752, waliszewska2.jpg)


No. 149617

File: 1624501238685.png (Spoiler Image, 271.52 KB, 540x675, imagen_2021-06-23_212036.png)

>>149615
whoa. this is very powerful

No. 149618

File: 1624501296701.jpg (66.16 KB, 1000x732, waliszewska4.jpg)


No. 149621

File: 1624502514331.png (262.37 KB, 375x500, imagen_2021-06-23_214158.png)


No. 149651

File: 1624518362403.jpg (Spoiler Image, 200.9 KB, 1280x907, brlnd1.jpg)

Spoilered bc slight nudity/body horror but 'been obsessed with Berlinde de Bruyckere's faceless sculptures for years.
They're made of anatomical wax, but they set off an incredibly visceral sresponse when you see them irl. There's a real vulnerability to them somehow.

No. 149655

File: 1624518513380.jpg (92.2 KB, 1000x666, brlnd2.jpg)


No. 149658

>>149655
Oh god, this fucked me up

No. 149670

File: 1624526356562.jpg (Spoiler Image, 63.38 KB, 730x923, 8403928403242.jpg)

>>149651
Damn this looks like some Silent Hill shit (and I like it).

No. 149724

I love this thread. So inspiring. All of you have impeccable taste.

No. 149744

File: 1624574833264.jpeg (292.58 KB, 1000x1530, A5A9A605-64C8-4F11-8326-E11C28…)


No. 149745

File: 1624574853960.jpeg (135.14 KB, 352x297, 12197463-209D-407C-BD39-6C661B…)


No. 149779

File: 1624589172541.jpg (1.24 MB, 1280x1539, tumblr_ppwwf7ChLA1ubhshuo1_128…)

i love vewn's art so fucking much. it makes me feel a weird simultaneous mixture of calm, comfortable, and deeply sad.

No. 149883

>>149779
ngl this reminds me of Luna's art

No. 149897

>>149779
I like it a lot too, it's so unique and instantly recognizable. I've actually discovered her thanks to LC !

No. 150137

File: 1624786293530.jpg (218.71 KB, 1200x953, Eero_Järnefelt_-_Under_the_Yok…)


No. 150138

File: 1624786317178.jpg (98.46 KB, 800x804, o031kpr1dr511.jpg)


No. 150139

File: 1624786354092.jpg (716.15 KB, 1000x999, under-the-boardwalk-Jeff-Lee-J…)


No. 150143

>>104737
Fun fact, crows collect cigarette butts and put them in their nests to fend off ticks.

No. 150160

>>150143
What?? Are they that smart?

No. 150169

>>104743
im sorry anon, but FUCK seagulls they're the literal crackheads of the bird world. last week this huge gigagull attacked my 30 pound dog with the bravery and ferociousness of a doberman on meth.

No. 150176

>>150138
>>150139
Yesss I love these, the more you stare the weirder it gets
>>150160
Crows are super duper smart! try searching videos on youtube about it

No. 150182

File: 1624814776773.jpg (64.95 KB, 540x539, tumblr_nwbf4uDxOI1qdrgo9o4_540…)


No. 150183

File: 1624815460309.jpg (242.33 KB, 900x905, tumblr_nwbf4uDxOI1qdrgo9o2_128…)


No. 150184

File: 1624815552000.jpg (294.07 KB, 895x900, tumblr_nwbf4uDxOI1qdrgo9o1_r1_…)

>>150182
>>150183
artist is nicola samori

No. 150195

>>150182
>>150183
>>150184
Wow very nice very very very nice

No. 150502

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No. 150503

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No. 150553

>>150503
source?

No. 150621

>>150553
Princess Tarakanova by Konstantin Flavitsky.

The story of the Princess Tarakanova, in Russian Княжна Тараканова, has two origins from which the painter Konstantin Flavitsky (1830 – 1866) could have drawn his inspiration. The first tells of an illegitimate daughter of empress Elizabeth the Great, who spent her days in a monastery, under a watchful eye of guards. Her last days would be spent there as well.

The second story entails far more interesting details. During the reign of Empress Catherine II, a beautiful young lady living in Italy but with her sights set on the Russian throne presents herself to the Roman society as a Russian Princess. Catherine II ordered Count Orlov to travel to Italy and bring the impostor back. The Count pretended to fall in love with the “Princess” and enticed her to board the ship bound for St. Petersburg. There she was shackled and taken to the Petropavlovskaya fortress. According to legend, Catherine ordered her imprisoned in a cell that was known to flood each time the waters in the Neva River rose….

Historians have their own reasons to doubt the documentary claims of this painting. According to official records, Tarakanova died two years before the historic flood of September 21, 1777 when the waters in the Neva River rose 310 cm above normal levels.

No. 150638

This is incredibly vague but does anyone know of an oil painting of a man and a woman, young adults, with figs smeared all over their faces? I loved that painting but I don't remember the artist

No. 150650

File: 1625120584109.jpg (523.03 KB, 768x566, r_m1974_64.jpg)

Late 17th/early 18th century paintings put me in a certain mind. Especially this piece. Any time I see paintings like this where the sky is such a deep, summery blue, it just makes me feel like living back then was all a dream. Where summer lasted 100 years and everything was hazy and beautiful. And you could roam the world and discover ruins of empires, untouched. I wish I lived back then.

No. 150666

>>150650
These pastoral artworks where comissioned by aristocrats who had an idealized cottagecore view of peasant life.
It's a fantasy of a world that never existed. But it's beautiful, I agree.

No. 150770

File: 1625199045127.jpg (94.85 KB, 1024x1420, horns_by_reykat_d8zp3wy-fullvi…)

Something feels so correct about this image. She is unabashedly female, her eyes and expression is that of a jaded, yet fiercely angry woman. The anger comes from a depth of empathy that has almost completely torn out what little hope she has left in the world. The horns and lion like appearance is that of violent judgement that stems from understanding human nature, and all it's darkened rusted edges.

No. 150772

File: 1625199647129.jpg (227.62 KB, 1024x1148, inside_outside_by_miles_johnst…)

An image of what it's like to want to fade away. A almost weak and tired blanket of dissociation. You feel unreal, as though you could melt into the scenery, being swallowed up by the cosmos. Mind is has gone to static, the channels no longer functioning, the TV knob corroding into flakes metal and paint. You are nothing, you were always told you were nothing.

No. 150774

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>>150770
Raykat's art is always amazing. I wish I knew how to do the same soft hair texture and crisp, shiny metal parts the way she does. Picrel is one of my favourite pieces from her.

No. 150787

File: 1625216914920.jpg (1.34 MB, 1910x1210, 1490866883825.jpg)

>>150666
NTA, but I was reading The Saragossa Manuscript and Hester Stanhope biography a while ago, and it made me think how different the world was back then. You could travel the world undocumented, without borders, without tourists everywhere and see some desolate places untouched by civilization for centuries. Yeah, you usually had to be a soldier, sailor, merchant or an aristocrat to be able to travel so much, and being a woman made things even more difficult, but still. I can see why the belief in occult and impending end of the world were so prevalent back then when people didn't have answers to questions that seem so obvious now. Globalization killed a lot of the mystery the world held back then.

I wouldn't want to live back then, but I can understand the nostalgia for things we haven't experienced.

Pic semi related.

No. 150791

>>150787
I love the atmosphere of this, who's the artist?

No. 150795

>>150791
Caspar David Friedrich

No. 150804

>>150787
I remember this image, it was in my textbook next to the text from Macbeth about the three witches. Now I know who made it. Thank you

No. 150805

>>150795
Ah it's the guy who painted that famous painting with the dude staring down off a cliff, right? It's funny, looking at this pic I assumed it was someone contemporary. Looks very modern

No. 150830

File: 1625241439930.jpg (504.31 KB, 1809x1398, banksy_grannys_framed.jpg)

saw this yesterday irl and made me think of all the badass old women farmers will become

No. 150929

>>150830
I love them, ty anon. Old elderly women make me real happy lol

No. 151316

>>150169
those aren't seagulls, they're albatrosses, who frequently die horrible deaths from all the junk they ingest at sea

No. 153677

File: 1627326312507.jpeg (99.54 KB, 713x627, DBC98025-D3DB-4EBA-9209-6B15F3…)

I’m a little obsessed with this art(ifact): it’s part of a carved green chlorite bracelet with a hole drilled in the middle, 40,000 years old and found in Siberia. What’s crazy is that it probably wasn’t made by Homo sapiens, it was made by Denisovans, which are a little like Neanderthals. The idea of a separate human species having not just the technology to make something like this but the culture to appreciate it wigs me out in a good way. Like there’s just so much we don’t know about the world and human prehistory and that’s exciting.

No. 153690

>>153677
This makes me wonder about a world where there would co-exist more homminids and not just hommo sapiens. I think it would be really bad regards racism, wars, genocide and etc but it would be just so cool to have met those other humans, you know?

No. 153693

>>153690
Sorry for ot but there's actually an anime based on a light novel that touches on this. Not in a pleasant way though, as you rightly presumed. Kind of a spoiler to mention it in this context because you'll probably figure out the "twist" early on but if you're interested Shinsekai Yori

No. 153729

File: 1627368350224.jpg (85.43 KB, 636x477, shell.jpg)

>>153677
>>153690
Fascinating, isn't it? I just learned that this ingraved shell is thought to be the first found example of abstract art.
The zig-zag was likely made by a homo erectus individual, between 430,000 and 540,000 years ago.
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/article/141203-mussel-shell-oldest-art
I've also read that the neanderthal could do cave art. So they were more advanced than we previously thought.

No. 154361

File: 1627755351686.jpg (823.37 KB, 799x1100, Kornacki_Headmaster.jpg)

The terven queen.

No. 154362


No. 154372

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No. 154467

File: 1627806086895.jpg (326.29 KB, 677x960, 8b39db736627128f.jpg)

Inge Löök's Aunties make me feel optimistic and excited about being an old lady and living my best life, giving no fucks and being comfy as possible.

No. 154468

File: 1627806158080.jpg (837.11 KB, 1230x1760, finland-ingelook-ladies-hammoc…)


No. 154469

>>154467
Omg YES I love these!!!

No. 154474

>>154467
>>154468
These are so cute omg!!

No. 155775

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No. 155830

File: 1628922638611.jpeg (638.76 KB, 1507x1526, C483BB60-B32F-45C5-BE56-B14350…)

The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit - John Singer Sargent

No. 155870

File: 1628954379254.png (3.19 MB, 2048x1316, A8512AF5-CC3F-4FEE-A23D-57A77D…)

Jakub Rozalski

No. 155871

File: 1628954409153.png (Spoiler Image, 4.92 MB, 1452x2048, B2A25647-A2CB-4D97-AF2E-64549D…)


No. 155888

File: 1628964409762.jpg (42.11 KB, 427x600, Woman (Possibly Madame Alice H…)


No. 155900

>>155871
>>155870
does anyone else think that this artist is trying to hard to make his art to look like it wasn't made digitally? i want to like his work and i have nothing against digital art but it seems like he resents his own medium

No. 155901

>>155900
No? He is just using textured brushes. What is the problem?

No. 155902

>>155900
What makes you say that? Imo there are plenty of artists who draw digitally but use a painterly style, whether by simple preference or because their basis was in traditional art. There are also traditional artists who strive for photorealism but I wouldn’t say they hate their medium for that reason, it’s just a matter of what they want to convey or what they’re comfortable with as a style.

No. 155915

>>155900
It seems the opposite to me, I think it looks digital in a bad way, like he is relying on digital things too much. Any way there is something I really dislike about it but I'm not sure what

No. 155972

>>155870
>>155871
Does anyone know what Paint Tool Sai brush settings would achieve a similar look to this?

No. 155980

File: 1629045653266.jpeg (80.13 KB, 1474x599, AKuShqN.jpeg)

>>155915
Rozalski is not a very good artist, he's lazy and incapable of creating something fully original and use references creatively, his work is a mix of photobashing, tracing and overpaint; all this while he's full of himself and in his "step by step" tutorials he conveniently skips every "reference" he just copy-pastes in his work. Before he started heavily inspiring himself off Simon Stalenhag's works, everything he did was extremely forgettable as he doesn't have clever ideas of his own. I always felt kinda off about his art too and discovering that I think explained it, he really is heavily overhyped in the art world. To be clear- theres nothing wrong with either of techniques listed above but given he cannot do anything without resorting to them and the fact he omits these in his "tutorials" just feels a bit off. I don't think i'd have so much problem with it if he was just honest (and less of a diva, worked on a project involving him once and he was insufferable).
https://www.reddit.com/r/conceptart/comments/853k2g/the_truth_behind_the_art_of_jakub_rozalski/
Reddit thread about it is a little bit too dramatic given not too huge severity of the "crime" but just to give you more of an idea what's Rozalski's process is.

No. 155981

>>155980
I knew it, it looks just like different photos superimposed. Which is not a bad thing as you said, you cannot paint whatever you think up in a realistic manner without photo reference, but he doesn't know how to make it look right; as if his paintings are decided by the photos he uses, instead of photos being decided by his vision for a painting, if that makes sense what I wrote, and maybe I'm just thinking too much about it.

No. 155984

>>155980
>his work is a mix of photobashing, tracing and overpaint; all this while he's full of himself
Just like your average realistic digital artist moid then.

No. 158273

File: 1630374853875.jpeg (552.78 KB, 1536x2048, 76F393E0-EDA1-45F6-B03D-5DF942…)

Not a joke post, it definitely does make me “feel something”

No. 158285

>>104551
i love beksinski so much it's unreal

No. 164055

File: 1634092560232.jpg (491.47 KB, 1200x848, eb38839f-456d-4717-b422-6bc44e…)


No. 170845

File: 1637525959961.jpeg (743.71 KB, 988x768, cafa52da9c3c38d0dcbd957d5f73ac…)


No. 170874

File: 1637544780941.jpg (46.58 KB, 736x1201, fa7dea3bccd5c6143cb954f022c682…)


No. 170907

File: 1637567396496.jpg (349.97 KB, 1440x1097, 4025.1987-Felsen-01.r1-2.jpg)

a slightly different kind of work:
Mike Kelley - More Love Hours than Can Ever Be Repaid and The Wages of Sin, 1987.

I think a lot of people are pretty skeptical about contemporary art but I really do believe that often it can bring some quite profound emotional experience.

No. 170914

>>170874
That's soooooooooo good

No. 171036

File: 1637627607943.jpg (172.76 KB, 629x910, tumblr_bc18ab28db6954f7167afc9…)

"The Morning Visitor" Dino Buzzati, 1963

No. 171038

>>171036
Ohh, this is creepy anon. Really cool.

No. 171042

>>171036
tfw you wake up by stretching sexily without any clothes on, start cleaning your whole house with you ass out, but then an alien reverse vores you (sexily). The emotion this art makes me feel is Misandry

No. 171056

File: 1637638672268.jpg (406.85 KB, 1200x630, chauvetlionspanel.jpg)

As an artist, this makes me come alive. It's fascinating to look at how early humans' brains and eyes were able to see something and recreate it. These were people that were still living in caves and fighting off predators… but they could make art. They had a creative soul. That just blows my mind. You can tell the artist really liked the profile view of the lion so much that they kept reproducing it, adding more and more detail and really emphasizing that profile shape. As soon as I saw the images on the far right I totally understood it because I also like drawing lions from a profile view. To be able to see this and understand the artist's mind from it, to have that transcend thousands of years, is a miracle to me.

No. 171060

>>171056
Beautifully put, anon, and totally agree. We all have to eat and find shelter and reproduce and all that, but to know that we as humans all also have this incredibly deep urge to capture and portray and interpret is just…amazing. Like a cavewoman couldn't understand my phone (though she could get the idea of talking to people, ofc), but there's no distance between her loving to draw bears or hands and my loving to draw bears and hands. Maybe I've got better materials, but man, didn't I also love to draw with chalk outdoors as a kid? When we're moving the implement across paper/asphalt/stone, we're doing the same thing for the same reason. Love that.

Also, it's insane how fucking GOOD so much cave art is. The fucking quality of line these fuckers were getting with like, burned hunks of charcoal. Jesus.

No. 171075

File: 1637647508113.jpg (511.43 KB, 1618x2048, 3ttsctzyva731.jpg)


No. 171083

>>171056
I watched a documentary on cave paintings once. Turns out, they’re actually animation.

No. 171087

File: 1637653570883.jpg (226.46 KB, 900x1457, Victory Stele of Naram-Sin.jpg)

>>171056
Some what related but a lot more darker for me is the Victory Stele of Naram-Sin, its over 4000 years old and yet its the same then as it is now
a message that humans have always been this way and might always be

No. 171090

>>171087
Humanity? You mean scrotes.



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