Move back through time, away from the static lifeless renderings on stagnant gallery walls and experience the artists minds: their worlds, their loves, and their visions like never before.A book, an online support area, and additionally - ...
Author: Maurice Smith
The classic artists of the past used their skills and their minds to capture something in the world around them which fascinated them. They learned to depict solid forms onto flat 2D canvases to lay down their fascinations to share with future generations. Us! With our modern technology, a little human help, a love of imagery, and a little patience, we can pull the flat depictions back into our solid world. For the first time ever, we can now look through their eyes and see what they saw.Look through the eyes of Vermeer, or De Vinci. Move back through time, away from the static lifeless renderings on stagnant gallery walls and experience the artists minds: their worlds, their loves, and their visions like never before.A book, an online support area, and additionally - the opportunity to obtain a collector's set of 3D stereo art images of the paintings begins right here, purchasing this book. Love art? Time to move forward a step. A book, a presence, a gift for all who appreciate and wonder at the art of the past.21 paintings the way the artists envisaged them... in 3D! No special viewer required. For the very first time, witness the scenes and figures the great artists depicted, but now exactly the way they saw the real unpainted subjects before capturing them on to canvas!
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Author: Esther Singleton
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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This unique coloring book features some of the greatest paintings of all time. This Light Grayscale Edition has lighter grayscale images to give the colorist more flexibility in which coloring mediums to use.
This unique coloring book features some of the greatest paintings of all time. This Light Grayscale Edition has lighter grayscale images to give the colorist more flexibility in which coloring mediums to use. The original edition with dark gray scale images is still available for people who like the darker backgrounds and use gel pens or other mediums that work well on dark paper. - Full-color photograph of famous paintings on the left. - Black and white version of the painting on the right. Use the black and white (grayscale) image as a guide to color exactly as the original artist or make it your own. -New, lighter grayscale images for coloring with colored pencils or other coloring mediums. - Color lightly over the grayscale image to allow the shading to show which adds depth to your work. If you prefer, use markers, gel pens, or other opaque coloring mediums to cover the black and white photo completely. - For dramatic emphasis, experiment with selectively coloring a focal point of the image and allow the rest of the black and white photo to show. - Includes title, date, and original artist for each painting - Each page has a glossy finish. Pages can be photocopied if a matte finish is preferred.