Posts Tagged: functional art

Picasso’s Three Musicians

A little too large for a chair, Three Musicians fit perfectly on a bench. ¬†Created by Picasso in 1921, it is now part of the collection in the New York Museum of Modern Art. Although it is an oil painting, Three Musicians looks like a collage made from cut out pieces of colored paper. The… Read more »

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Painting a Pop Art Icon…Andy Warhol

I love getting commissions. This one had me excited. It’s not everyday you you get challenged to paint one of the most-renowned American pop artists of our time… Andy Warhol. While the client wanted him in black, I also realized this piece needed color. Warhol, who was born in Pittsburgh on August 6 1928, began… Read more »

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Renoir’s Impressionist painting Two Sisters on the Terrace 1881 by artist Todd Fendos

Renoir

This painted chair pays tribute to Renoir’s Impressionist painting Two Sisters on the Terrace 1881 by artist ¬†Todd Fendos. The realist work of art is painted with acrylic in blended blues, reds and tones of skin. The backside of the chair has also been painted in Renoir’s style. The chair has three layers of polyurethane… Read more »

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