Apart fromhis paintings of Goethe, Ludwig Tieck, Alexander von Humboldt and Beethoven; he painted a series opf portraits of women he considered to be the most beautiful in Munich. This is a collection of those paintings.
The Mozart Effect—the notion that listening to certain pieces of classical music can boost one’s brainpower—was initially embraced, widely popularized, and then largely debunked. But like an operatic character who keeps singing robustly on her deathbed, it refuses to go quietly.
Now, new research from the U.K. has found cognitive benefits from listening to one of the most popular pieces in the repertoire: Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons.
Sunday May 5th sees the eighth annual Raglan Shire Artwalk open its doors.
Running through to May 26th, the Artwalk brings together over 100 artists from across Second Life in a display of 2D and 3D art ranged across four regions of Raglan Shire, providing visitors not only with the opportunity to see photos, artwork and sculptures, but to also explore the Shire itself.
Nikita Nomerz - the person who makes the water towers in the laughing faces and old faces in the house with the eyes as windows. Nikita - from Nizhny Novgorod, he travels to cities in Russia, bringing his street art
Steampunk is an art genre I have recently been fascinated by as the style of art reminds of two things - Final Fantasy IX and the Japanese animation Grenadier. Both heavy influenced by steam powered robots, mechanical infrastructural and outstanding landscapes. (Outstanding steampunk inspiration 1 http://dld.bz/FekT)
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