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04/04/2016

83 Plaques Creatively Drawn Showcasing Ce qui est sur l'esprit d'un chef - Vote Ouvert



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Un grand merci à notre incroyable communauté qui ont pris le défi (pas si facile mais amusant) de dessin "ce qui est sur l'esprit d'un chef" et de soumettre plus de 80 dessins. Il est une telle réponse merveilleuse à cette invite et maintenant nous espérons que vous nous aider à identifier le top quinze. Cliquez sur plus pour faire défiler toutes les soumissions et marquer vos favoris.

Bonne chance à tous et merci à notre commanditaire impressionnant et étonnant, l'esprit d'un chef, une série télévisée vraiment super raconté par Anthony Bourdain. Vous serez accroché après un seul épisode, nousnous engageons.

 

by Marcia Baldwin Paintings

13/10/2015

Salomon van Ruysdael

Salomon van Ruysdael, original name Salomon de Goyer (born c. 1600, Naarden, United Provinces [Netherlands]—buried November 1, 1670, Haarlem)
Salomon van Ruysdael was a Dutch Golden Age landscape painter. He was the uncle of Jacob van Ruisdael. Wikipedia
Born: 1602, Naarden, Netherlands
Died: November 3, 1670, Haarlem, Netherlands
Nephews: Jacob van Ruisdael
Children: Jacob Salomonsz van Ruysdael
Siblings: Isaack van Ruisdael
Periods: Baroque, Dutch Golden Age
"According to Arnold Houbraken he was the son of a woodworker specialized in making fancy ebony frames for mirrors and paintings. His father sent his sons Jacob and Salomon to learn Latin and medicine, and they both became landscape painters, specialized in ruis-daal, or trickling water through a dale, after their name. Jacob was registered with the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke and signed his paintings, while Salomon signed them much less often and was not a member for several years. Houbraken wrote that Salomon invented a way of creating sculpted ornaments that when they were polished, looked like polished marble. These were quite popular as a decoration on chests and picture frames, until the secret of their manufacture was discovered and widely copied.

Houbraken confused the members of the Ruysdael family. According to the Netherlands Institute for Art History (Dutch abbreviation, RKD), Salomon was the brother of Isaack van Ruisdael, who before they moved to Haarlem, were called Gooyer or Gooier and they were sons of Jacob van Gooyer the Elder, who was a furniture and frame maker in Naarden. Both sons had sons they named after their father. Thus Salomon was the uncle, not the brother of Jacob Isaakszoon van Ruisdael, and he was the father of Jacob Salomonsz. van Ruysdael. Salomon joined the Haarlem Guild of St. Luke in 1623 (as Salomon de Gooyer), and he became a follower of Jan Porcellis and Esaias van de Velde. He travelled from Haarlem to Leiden, Utrecht, Amersfoort, Alkmaar, Rhenen, and Dordrecht, painting landscapes and stately homes. Of the four painters, Jacob Isaakszoon is the most famous today."
More Salomon van Ruysdael Paintings

 

A River Landscape with Travellers and Herders on a Path, a Church beyond

A River Landscape with Travellers and Herders on a Path, a Church beyond

Sailboats on the Wijkermeer

Sailboats on the Wijkermeer

River Landscape with a Church in the Distance

River Landscape with a Church in the Distance

A Dune landscape

A Dune landscape

River scene with ferry boat

River scene with ferry boat

A Ferry on a River

A Ferry on a River

River landscape with fishermen setting out their nets, a ferry beyond

River landscape with fishermen setting out their nets, a ferry beyond

An estuary scene with a kaag close-hauled in a light breeze

An estuary scene with a kaag close-hauled in a light breeze

A river view with the town of Weesp

A river view with the town of Weesp

An estuary scene with a kaag running before light breeze, and others similar beyond

An estuary scene with a kaag running before light breeze, and others similar beyond

A River Landscape with Boatbuilders

A River Landscape with Boatbuilders

An Estuary Scene with Light Shipping

An Estuary Scene with Light Shipping

The halt at the inn

The halt at the inn

An Estuary Scene with a view of Haarlem beyond

An Estuary Scene with a view of Haarlem beyond

A View of Alkmaar with the Sint Laurenskerk from the North

A View of Alkmaar with the Sint Laurenskerk from the North

Sailboats and a rowboat in coastal waters

Sailboats and a rowboat in coastal waters

A View of Rhenen seen from the West

A View of Rhenen seen from the West

An extensive landscape with cattle and their herdsmen following a partly flooded road

An extensive landscape with cattle and their herdsmen following a partly flooded road

An estuary scene with smalschips on a broad reach before a gentle breeze

An estuary scene with smalschips on a broad reach before a gentle breeze

Shipping in a Choppy Sea

Shipping in a Choppy Sea

Landscape with Cornfields

Landscape with Cornfields

A river landscape with a ferry boat and a distant view of Deventer

A river landscape with a ferry boat and a distant view of Deventer

Winter Landscape with a Boy on skates pushing a Sled

Winter Landscape with a Boy on skates pushing a Sled

A River Landscape with a Ferry Boat

A River Landscape with a Ferry Boat

12/10/2015

George Frederick Watts

George Frederic Watts OM RA (London 23 February 1817 – 1 July 1904) was a popular English Victorian painter and sculptor associated with the Symbolist movement. He said "I paint ideas, not things."[1] Watts became famous in his lifetime for his allegorical works, such as Hope and Love and Life. These paintings were intended to form part of an epic symbolic cycle called the "House of Life", in which the emotions and aspirations of life would all be represented in a universal symbolic language.
George Frederic Watts
George Frederic Watts OM RA was a popular English Victorian painter and sculptor associated with the Symbolist movement. He said "I paint ideas, not things." Wikipedia
Born: February 23, 1817, Marylebone, United Kingdom
Died: July 1, 1904, Compton, United Kingdom
Spouse: Ellen Terry (m. 1864–1877)
Education: Royal Academy of Arts
Books: G. F. Watts, the Hall of Fame: Portraits of His Famous Contemporaries, More
Periods: Academic art, Symbolism

 

George Frederick Watts Paintings

 

Orlando Pursuing the Fata Morgana

Orlando Pursuing the Fata Morgana

Fata Morgana

Fata Morgana

The Three Graces

The Three Graces

Charity

Charity

george frederick watts hope painting 19694

george frederick watts hope painting 19694

george frederick watts sir galahad painting 22211

george frederick watts sir galahad painting 22211

george frederick watts fata morgana painting 18953

george frederick watts fata morgana painting 18953

Creation

Creation

george frederick watts endymion painting 18827

george frederick watts endymion painting 18827

george frederick watts watts choosing painting 24268

george frederick watts watts choosing painting 24268

Sir Galahad

Sir Galahad

Love And Life

Love And Life

The Recording Angel

The Recording Angel

george frederick watts creation painting 18512

george frederick watts creation painting 18512

Watts_George_Frederick_Paulo_And_Francesca

Watts_George_Frederick_Paulo_And_Francesca

george frederick watts love and life painting 20587

george frederick watts love and life painting 20587

Endymion

Endymion

Pablo and Francesca

Pablo and Francesca

george frederick watts she shall be called woman painting 22143

george frederick watts she shall be called woman painting 22143

Orpheus and Eurydice

Orpheus and Eurydice

Hope

Hope

george frederick watts the denunciation of adam and eve painting 23025

george frederick watts the denunciation of adam and eve painting 23025

Cardinal Manning

Cardinal Manning

She shall be called woman

She shall be called woman

george frederick watts orlando pursuing the fata morgana painting 21309

george frederick watts orlando pursuing the fata morgana painting 21309

george frederick watts orpheus and eurydice detail painting 21311

george frederick watts orpheus and eurydice detail painting 21311

Orpheus and Eurydice detail

Orpheus and Eurydice detail

george frederick watts eve tempted painting 18894

george frederick watts eve tempted painting 18894

Death Crowning Innocence

Death Crowning Innocence

The Denunciation of Adam and Eve

The Denunciation of Adam and Eve

The Spirit of Christianity

The Spirit of Christianity

Watts_George_Choosing

Watts_George_Choosing

george frederick watts orpheus and eurydice painting 21310

george frederick watts orpheus and eurydice painting 21310

Watts Hope

Watts Hope

george frederick watts hope detail painting 19697

george frederick watts hope detail painting 19697

george frederick watts pablo and francesca painting 21323

george frederick watts pablo and francesca painting 21323

george frederick watts the three graces painting 23654

george frederick watts the three graces painting 23654

george frederick watts watts hope painting 24269

george frederick watts watts hope painting 24269

Eve Tempted

Eve Tempted

george frederick watts the recording angel painting 23484

george frederick watts the recording angel painting 23484

george frederick watts death crowning innocence painting 18626

george frederick watts death crowning innocence painting 18626

george frederick watts charity painting 18219

george frederick watts charity painting 18219

The Creation of Eve

The Creation of Eve

george frederick watts paulo and francesca painting 21381

george frederick watts paulo and francesca painting 21381

Watts_Ariadne_on_the_Island_of_Naxos

Watts_Ariadne_on_the_Island_of_Naxos