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SUPPORT ARTISTS ON INSTAGRAM ⭐️ let’s use #artistssupportingartists and beat the algorithm!
🇺🇸 Ok, so us artists are all fighting against IG’s algorithms. LETS HELP EACH OTHER 💛 this is how it works:
⭐️ leave a comment below introducing yourself and choose one or more artists on the comments section. Go to their page, LIKE, leave a COMMENT and FOLLOW them if you want! Let’s help each other and unite the art community! 🙆🏻♂️
3, 2, 1, GO! 🚀
🇧🇷 Então, nós artistas no IG estamos lutando pra sobreviver contra os algoritmos que reduzem nossas visualizações. Então VAMOS NOS AJUDAR 💛 É assim:
⭐️ deixe um comentário se apresentando aqui em baixo e escolha alguém da lista de comentários. Vá até o perfil deste artista, CURTA, COMENTE e SIGA ele se vc quiser! Vamos nos ajudar e unir a comunidade artista contra o algoritmo 🙆🏻♂️
3, 2, 1, VALENDO! 🚀
I would like to share these two talented artists and amazing people I met while in Granada, Spain. A duo by the name Lindsey and Gerrit. I was fortunate enough to be able to interview them about their journey to Granada and as artists. Will share more on
@esdelavida. Be sure to visit the page! This is a snippet of a cover of No Diggity by Black street--ignore the camera flip. @lonnielibrary
Lindsey and Gerrit
Check out @esdelavida Travel page
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HEYYYYYY I’m sorry this is so late anyways ALL OF THESE WERE SO AMAZING honestly I’m in love with how they all turned out! They were so cute and all of you have amazing styles!! 🧡🧡 I couldn’t decide between all of these bc you all obviously put a lot of effort into them so y’all are all just first place lol. Dm me with what y’all want! Fair warning I’m out of town so it won’t be quick probably but hopefully within the next two weeks all of the prizes will be complete! Ily all so so much!
// The Peony Pavilion //
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// The Peony Pavilion //
"The Peony Pavilion" is a masterpiece by Tang Xianzu, the greatest poet playwright of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). In an utterly refined and languidly poetic style, the play reveals romantic yearnings and afflictions of love endured by the young in the feudalistic society of China. Its central theme proclaims the significance of an ultimate triumph of 'love' over 'reason'. This daring and avant-garde subject, which is an outcry against the suppressive tradition, together with the moving poetics of the language, makes the poet's endorsement of freedom of love between the two young protagonists a lasting force in the history of Chinese literature and theater.
In the early years of the Southern Sung dynasty (1127-1279), a beautiful young lady named Du Liniang, daughter of the Governor of Nanan, was strictly educated and could not step out of her chambers without her parents' permission. One day without her parents' knowledge Du went into the garden with her maid. Watching the splendor of the spring at its peak, she was overcome with deep feelings. In a drowsy trance, she dreamt that she had a secret rendezvous with a young scholar under a plum tree by the side of the Peony Pavilion. Ever since returning from the garden, she was haunted by memories of her dream lover and, after seeking the dream in vain, fell ill and soon died of a broken heart. After her death, Du's spirit kept searching for the young scholar. Her persistence won over the Judge of the Netherworld and she was allowed to be reincarnated.
Three years later, a young scholar named Liu Mengmei stayed at the temple where Du was buried. He wandered in the garden and came across Du's portrait. The young lady in the portrait looked familiar and he could not help calling her. In response to his calling, the young lady came out of the picture. He fell in love with her even though he learnt that she was a ghost. On the following day, Liu dug up Du's grave and opened the coffin. Du came back to life and married Liu. The couple lived happily thereafter.
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Click the link in my profile to read a short fictional story that I wrote
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Treasure: 👉 The Art of Painting - 1668
Artist: 🇳🇱 Johannes Vermeer
Where:📍#Vienna - Kunsthistorisches Museum
Family: 🖼 @tesori_italiani | @archaeology_treasures 🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹 The Art of Painting, also known as The Allegory of Painting, or Painter in his Studio, is a 17th-century oil on canvas painting by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. It is owned by the Austrian Republic and is on display in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. This illusionistic painting is one of Vermeer's most famous. In 1868 Thoré-Bürger, known today for his rediscovery of the work of painter Johannes Vermeer, regarded this painting as his most interesting. Many art historians think that it is an allegory of painting, hence the alternative title of the painting. Its composition and iconography make it the most complex Vermeer work of all. After Vermeer's Christ in the House of Martha and Mary it is his largest work. The painting depicts an artist painting a woman dressed in blue posing as a model in his studio. The subject is standing by a window and a large map of the Low Countries hangs on the wall behind. It is signed to the right of the girl "I [Oannes] Ver. Meer", but not dated. Most experts assume it was executed sometime between 1665/1668, but some suggest the work could have been created as late as 1670–1675. 🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹 ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀🏛 Share our Wonderful Heritage 🏛
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Eye painting complete!! Thanks for being patient everyone 💗💗 I’d say this took a bit shorter than my coloured pencil version. I’ll post a side by side comparison tmr.
I used @strathmoreart oil painting paper, @blickartmaterials student oil paints and @princetonbrush ruby brushes❤️❤️