Wear black stockings, I'll take your favorite perfume ... | Gil Elvgren
* The entire collection - Gil Elvgren
Wear black stockings,
Take your favorite perfume ...
I love when a woman in stockings,
In patterned stockings, in a grid, with an elastic band,
A bow lips and passion in her eyes ...
Our Heritage. Fungi Sergei Ivanovich!
Fungi Sergei Ivanovich was born in 1820, in the small town of Kasimov, Ryazan province. Artistic skills training began in 1844, he entered the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. Much commitment and performance already at the beginning of training made it meaningful to other students in the eyes of teachers. Sergei Ivanovich works in various genres-from household fabrics, historical paintings to illustrations for literary works. Among his works are the most popular pattern is considered to be "Washerwoman," "The Girl at the Well", a portrait of Dr. NE Mazurina portrait NA Mosolov, "Seeing recruit," "Blessing of the bride", "Hide and Seek" and others. Recent years, the famous artist painted churches of Moscow and Kursk.
Fungi Sergei Ivanovich (1820-1893) Blessing of the wedding 1886.
Michael Godfrey (Michael Godfrey) famous American landscape painter, his works adorn many private and corporate collections. He was born in Germany in the year l958, but grew up in North Carolina, he studied at the University of East Carolina, graduating who received a bachelor's degree in fine arts. Over the past 25 years, Michael Godfrey has traveled extensively in the United States and Europe in search of spectacular landscapes and subjects for his paintings.
Preparing for each new picture he spends many hours doing field sketches and photographing to be "fully prepared" before you begin writing.
Usually, it starts a great job with the help of small oil sketches made on the spot. Katina Michael continues in the studio, step by step, superimposing layers of paint, creating paintings that delight the audience with their inner sense of order. "Landscape painter must have some knowledge in many disciplines (geology, chemistry, physics, architecture) to understand the world in which he is trying to create. For landscape painter, this knowledge is as important as understanding what he was going to write. I ask myself, what is the dominant truth - the color, the shape of the landscape or the time of day? I'm still trying to figure it out. "
Landscape painter. Michael Godfrey