Anonymous said: How many of these drawings where made as replicas?
Happy birthday to Gustav Klimt (July 14, 1862 - February 6, 1918)
Above: Girl with Long Hair (1899)
Woman with Yellow Blouse by Egon Schiele.
Eva (1881) by Auguste Rodin
Ekeberg Sculpture Park, Oslo/Norway
Levitating Woman (2012) by Matt Johnson. Ekeberg Sculpture Park, Oslo/Norway
Anonymous said: where ios this "sleeping woman" painting by Goya?
Do you mean the painting “Sleep” from 1800? I believe it’s in the National Gallery of Ireland.
Underwater Nude (1979) by Brett Weston
Dunes (1946) by Brett Weston
por Edvard Munch.
"Consolation" by Edvard Munch
Anonymous said: I have a print of Clematis bought in Liverpool in the 80s. It is signed Norman Hirst. I knew it was Herkomer-like but I see they collaborated. Is it a Herkomer work then engraved by Hirst? What was Hirst`s role? I'd love to know more! Thanks. Jacqui
Interesting.Thanks for your question! I’m familiar with the “herkomergravure” and mezzotint techniques, but I’m not sure which role Hirst had in this process. Check out this blog - maybe she can help you? I hope you’ll find out more.
Self portrait (1913) by Egon Schiele
National Museum, Stockholm
Black Square (1923) by Kasimir Malevich
Russian State Museum, St. Petersburg