1. William Blake’s Breathtaking Drawings for Dante’s Divine Comedy, Over Which He Labored Until His Dying Day

    The sinister and sublime, in transcendent watercolors. It is not uncommon for great artists to bring literary classics to pictorial life, from Picasso’s 1934 drawings for a naughty ancient Greek comedy toMatisse’s 1935 etchings for Ulysses to Salvador Dalí’s prolific illustrations forDon Quixote in 1946, the essays of Montaigne in 1947, Alice in Wonderlandin 1969, and Romeo &...
  2. Un om cu ALZHEIMER deseneaza cateva autoportrete dealungul anilor – Man with ALZHEIMER disease drew a series of self-portraits over the years

    William Utermohlen’s self-portrait from 1967 British artist William Utermohlen was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 1995. Utermohlen decided to document the progression of the disease by doing self-portraits until he no longer remembered his own face. As terribly sad as these portraits are, they show how rapidly—and with such fury—Alzheimer’s can affect...
  3. Un artist francez personifica prin desen obiecte de zi cu zi / French Artist Creates Imaginative Characters Out Of Everyday Objects

    Creative people can often see faces, forms and characters in random everyday objects, and it’s especially fun when artists bring these characters to life in their own ways. French illustrator and sculptor Gilbert Legrand doesn’t only see these characters, but helps others see them as well. He takes everyday objects...

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