‘I dream my painting, and then I paint my dream’ is a famous quote by Vincent Van Gogh, one of the greatest painters of all times, known by his weird and remarkable work admired by millions.
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The most famous starlet of all times, Marilyn Monroe was also a muse of thousand artists around the World who showed admiration for the beautiful Marilyn through their artistic skills.
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The Museum Of Bad Art is the World’s only museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, exhibition and celebration of bad art in all its forms. It’s located in Dedham with current branches in Somerville, Brookline, and South Weymouth in Massachusetts.
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Without art, the World would be a very boring place to live in, because according to us, art is one of the most important things today, and as time goes by, it gets even more and more appreciated.
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According to mythology, demigods also called semi-gods were heroes born with divine qualities, because one of their parents was god or goddess.
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Indonesia-based artist Elicia Edijanto creates dreamy black and white watercolor paintings of children and animals.
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By using ink, gouache and graphite, Amy Hamilton creates amazing animal illustrations.
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Stefan Siverud decorates the shells of the snails with colorful paintings, so they can be more visible to people.
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Swiss-Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini created the magnificent portrait series called 1503.
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New York-based artist Christoph Niemann creates whimsical sketches with an impressive sense of motion and depth.
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