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Metal Artwork For Walls

Nowadays, the trend of placing metal artwork for walls in homes and offices is fast transforming into the love for their beauty, durability and functionality. Homeowners and decorators are in agreement over the benefits that can be enjoyed with metal artwork and, thus, both are spreading the good news about these things of beauty to their family and friends. In this article, we shall discuss these numerous benefits.Beauty of MetalMetal may look hard, harsh and even hideous in its raw state. Look at the wrought iron bars, the copper plates, the aluminum canvasses and the bronze panels, among others, strewn around an artist's workshop like so much junk fit to be thrown away. The image is definitely not one of beauty.However, the image starts to shift when the artist starts to work on the raw materials to make metal artwork for walls. The iron bars are shaped into whimsical butterflies, beautiful flowers and fantastical creatures that appear to magically emerge from out of the blank walls. The copper plates are ...


Celebrated British Caricaturists - Part One

This list includes both British born artists and those who were born elsewhere but did the majority of their most important drawings in the U.K. The selection is listed in chronological order by date of birth.William Hogarth (1697 - 1764)He was born in London and apprenticed to an engraver where he studied his trade. He became a painter, printmaker, pictorial satirist, social critic and editorial cartoonist and has been accredited with pioneering sequential art or the cartoon strip.His output ranged from realistic portraiture to comic strip-like series of pictures known as "modern moral subjects". His most famous works are no doubt "The Harlot's Progress" and "The Rake's Progress".Isaac Cruickshank (1756 - 1811)Cruickshank was a Scottish painter and caricaturist who was born in Edinburgh. Cruikshank's first known publications were etchings of Edinburgh "types", from 1784.His water colours were exhibited, but in order to make a living it was found that it was more profitable to produce prints and caricatures. ...


Western Wall Art

Many people love the look at the feel of the West, and the Southwest specifically. It's very easy to create a room or a home that is based around a western feel. One way to accomplish this is to first make sure that the walls are painted in colors that are found in the west, or that are inspired by the west. These might be colors such as gold, mustard, peach, terra cotta, or earth brown. Then, a person can hang up western wall art of all sorts. Since this style of decor is very popular, there will be lots of options to choose from, when it comes to art to hang on the wall. For example, a person can hang framed photos. These photos can be pictures of mountain ranges, adobes, or of desert vegetation, such as aloe plants and cacti. Some people want to capture the environment and the terrain of the Great West. They will hang photos of the big blue sky, with its rich cloud patterns. They might also hang photos of the dried clay earth. In fact, photos of dried and cracked earth is a very popular image that people ...


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