Daily Archives: January 25, 2013

Byzantine Art

Byzantine art developed in Eastern Roman Empire between 5th and the mid of 15th century. It became the link between the classical art of Greece and Rome and later Western art and combined the naturalism of classical art and the … Continue reading

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Jean Francois Millet Artwork Sower

Jean-Francois Millet  was the most outstanding realist painter in France in 19th Century, who was well known for his realism paintings. His works were created to mainly describe the labor and life of peasants with a rich flavor of rural life. … Continue reading

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Look Into The Last Supper

Styles of oil painting differ from painter to painter. As far as we know, the oil painting is an art, which is a necessity of the development of civilization. In the process of culture development in western countries, a great … Continue reading

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