Tag Archive for paintings

Charming Havana Captured by Cindy Boyce (15 pics)

Montreal-based photographer Cindy Boyce immortalized with poetry the timeless, fascinating and photogenic aspect of the Cuban capital. As a travel diary, she offers us to discover a few snippets of Havana’s street life through her lens.

«Colonial houses with a faded look, old cars, pastel paintings: the old town seems to date from another era, she explains.

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Charming Havana Captured by Cindy Boyce (15 pics)

Hyperrealistic Portraits of Sliced Fruits (9 pics)

Artist Dennis Wojtkiewicz paints gigantic portaits of sliced fruits working particularly on the notion of light and transparency of skin and pulp. These oil on canvas paintings are impressively realistic artworks even if the artist insert in his univers a little touch of impressionism to highlight some poetic details.

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Hyperrealistic Portraits of Sliced Fruits (9 pics)

Paintings in Relief that the Blind Can See Through Touch (7 pics)

At the Museo del Prado , in Madrid, the exhibition “Hoy toca el Prado (Touching the Prado)” has started. Estudios Durero , specialized in the printing, is behind this project : thanks to the technique of the “Didu” (process of 40 hours), they have printed in relief 6 replicas of famous classical paintings so the blind can “touch” and guess the artwork.

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Paintings in Relief that the Blind Can See Through Touch (7 pics)