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Rubens, Graces, Clip

Art Journal, Rembrandt, Bathsheba: Reading The Picture

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Rubens, Little Fur

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Art Journal A Close Look At Great Art monthly
Creative Journal Do Art Yourself monthly
Marketing Musings On Art Sell Art For A Change monthly
Pablo Journal Picasso Louvre Test monthly
Weekly Work Art And Anecdotes weekly
Technical Matters HTML Mail - What is it and when should you want to have it?

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Art Journal · A Close Look At Great Art

ISSN 1437-1340

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Meet one outstanding work at a time! Join in a journey through all ages and cultures! We will look at medieval art, stone age art, modern art, primitive art, you name it! Without rigid structure, we will browse through the treasures of man's heritage. Art is one of the very human traits, although it is hard to say what art actually is. Find out what pleases you and add some delight to your day. Suggest your favorite painting here!
  

The first paintings to have a close look at are by Rembrandt and Chagall

Rembrandt: Bathsheba

Chagall: Cattle Dealer

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Creative Journal · Do It Yourself

ISSN 1437-1359

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Always dreamt of doing some creative work? Been frustrated during school? Wondered how all those famous guys did it? You can do it, too! Try it, have some fun, send me your results, I will give you feedback on your work, preferably right here.

You may add your 2 cents to the discussion as well. Show your fellows how you did it and what it means to you. I am sure we all love to see what can be done to give our soul some other stuff as usual. 

First strokes, then moon faces, next proportions: The secret of drawing realistically.
Stroke 2
Stroke 2
Stroke 1
Drawing portraits: Does it produce art? What is art anyway?
Stroke 2
Picasso, Guerníca, clipping
Manet, Balcony

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Marketing Musings On Art · Sell Fine Art For A Change

ISSN 1437-1375

Here at Art Quarter, we want to sell Fine Art. How do you do it on the net? It's an adventure, and we invite you to share it with us. You can eventually make substantial money, too.

Fine Art seems to be a very special merchandise, but is just another product subject to the same rules as other products. Well, maybe more interesting than MLM and a lot of other stuff. Anyhow, marketing musings ... You can learn about marketing in general, too.

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Pablo Journal · The Louvre Test

ISSN 1437-1367 

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After World War II, Pablo Picasso was asked to donate some works to French museums. As a compensation, he was granted a confrontation of some of his paintings to works of his colleagues in the Louvre, on a day closed to the public.

Only very few persons were present. In a kind of ceremony, his works were hung side by side with other works of his choice. Rarely did someone speak. Afterwards, Picasso is to have said: "C'est la même chose!", i.e. it's the same thing: He and the other masters were doing the same, despite of different styles and attitudes.

Let's do our own "Louvre Test" right here, being a painter or not, to see what this kind of confrontation can do! Experience known works anew and different due to the new context! Meet two outstanding works of art talking to each other every month! Submit your pairs to delight us! Send in your comments on pairings shown! Three examples:
   

Rembrandt & Duerer 
Self Portraits
Rembrandt: Self Portrait
Duerer: Self Portrait

 
Rubens & Renoir 
Wealth of Bodies
Rubens: Three Graces
Renoir: Bather

 
Lindner & Modigliani: 
Modern Art Women
Lindner, Tiger Lily
Modigliani, Elvire

 

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Weekly Work · Art And Anecdotes

ISSN 1437-1383

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Want to see something different every week? Got sick of all the fancy pictures on the net? Attract your visitors with a work of art? Curious to learn about how art is seen by an artist? Love to do some artwork yourself, need inspiration?

Well, here you are! I'll show you works of mine and tell anecdotes relating to the pictures. Hopefully you will understand what drove me to paint. Why a modern artist does those funny things. What painting may mean. And what to those paintings may mean to you.
 

Some samples
Weekly Work 1.8
Weekly Work 1.9
Weekly Work 1.16
Weekly Work 1.28
Weekly Work 1.30
Weekly Work 1.29
Weekly Work 1.31
Weekly Work 1.34
Weekly Work 1.35
Weekly Work 1.36

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Technical Matters HTML Mail - What is it and when should you want to have it?

I have 2 versions of most of my journals, html and plain text. The html version should look exactly like a normal web page in your mail program, identical to the online version. If not, your mail program can't read html mail. You will want to change your mail program or switch to the text version in this case. The text version is just an announcement of new uploads to be read online: Click and read.

If you have to pay for online time, you'll prefer the html mail version. You can read offline at your leisure without cost. If you don't have to pay for online time, it will be a question of personal preference only which version to choose.

If you are not sure if your mail program can read html, test it. You can unsubscribe the html version anytime and subscribe to the text version instead. I manage the journals with eGroups, the subscription / unsubscription process is completely automatic and easy. Just click on the link, send the blank mail and that's it. You can do it from this page.

I started July 23rd. You can read all back issues online. I will upload new issues first to the web and mail them immediately thereafter. Feel free to read them online if you don't want to use an html-mail compatible email client.

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You can also use web based mail services such as HotMail, YahooMail, ZDNetMail and others ...

If you joined later and pay for online time, you will want to download the back issues for offline reading. There are several nice tools for this job. I use a free tool for Win95 all the time. Ask me if you need a copy.


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