Boy with a Pipe – Garçon à la Pipe, 1905 An early Picasso’s painting, designated to his Rose period. He painted this work soon after he came to Paris, showing a boy holding a pipe and wearing a wreath of… Continue Reading
Salvador Dali – The Persistence of Memory, 1931 Perhaps the most iconic Salvador Dali Surrealistic painting of all, it embodies the duality of softness and hardness, symbolizing the relativity of space and time, largely leaning onto Einstein’s Theory of Relativity… Continue Reading
A Pair of Shoes, 1886 Rugged pair of peasant boots stirred up the spirits long after Van Gogh passed away. An obvious theme inspired by the social context of his previous work, but were these really shoes of the artist?… Continue Reading
False Mirror One of the most famous paintings by Rene Magritte. Here, the artists insinuates how human vision is limited, where mirror signifies a physical reflection, while the eye is the symbol of selective and subjective personal view. It is… Continue Reading
Victor Vasarely, Vega, 1957 Vasarely was one of the best representatives of Op Art, which was founded on abstraction, but employed optical illusion as the primary expressive element. His compositions are often black and white, playing with the eye, through… Continue Reading
1. The Ghost of Vermeer of Delft Which Can Be Used As a Table, 1934 This small-scaled painting has a rather long original title, and it is the embodiment of Dali’s admiration for the great Flemish 17th century master, Johannes… Continue Reading
Kal Gajoum is an artist from Tripoli, Libya who currently resides in British Columbia, Quebec, Canada. His interest in art started at a very early age by practicing oil painting and palette knife techniques. He learned watercolour techniques and the… Continue Reading
Erica Dal Maso is Italian artist who created the amazing watercolor paintings.