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In the summer of 2022, artists John Dyer and Joanne Short took a short trip to New York City. The paintings they created during their time feature the iconic new york skyline and capture the essence of New York City in the summertime and winter. From the hustle and bustle of Manhattan to the tranquillity of Central Park, these paintings show off all that New York has to offer. If you're looking for a taste of NYC to hang in your home, these unique new paintings could be perfect for you.
Flowers have been a popular subject for paintings throughout history. They are beautiful and can be used to create stunning compositions. This blog post will explore the history of floral paintings in western art, from the early masters to the modern-day artists who continue to be inspired by them. We'll take a look at some lesser-known still-life paintings, as well as some of the most famous flower paintings in history. So grab a cup of tea and get comfortable - it's time to appreciate some beautiful flowers through art!
Did you know that Sunflowers were Vincent van Gogh’s favourite flower? He painted Sunflowers multiple times, and the paintings have become some of his most famous works.
Cornwall is a haven forartists, with its rugged coastline and stunning landscapes providing the perfect backdrop for creative expression. In this blog post, we will be looking at one specific location where many artists have painted:St Michael's Mount. This iconic mountaintop is located in Marazion, West Cornwall, and has been the subject of paintings by some of thefinest artists in history. Let's take a closer look at some of these masterpieces!