Employing rich, intense color to depict portraits, landscapes and still lifes, the French painter and draughtsman, Georges Henri Rouault, is remembered for portraying the naked reality of mankind with the violence of drawing and color, the dynamism of the line and insistent brush strokes to create allegories of debauchery, misery, vice and indifference.
Famous as the most passionate artist of the 20th century, Rouault was born in Paris on May 27, 1871.
Producing beautiful, startling and often jarring images of unemployed men and migrant workers and bringing the conditions of the rural poor to the public's attention, the American documentary photographer and photojournalist, Dorothea Lange, is remembered for revealing the plight of sharecroppers, displaced farmers and migrant workers during the Great Depression.
One of the preeminent and pioneering photographer of the 20th century, Lange was born Dorothea Nutzhorn on May 26, 1895, in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Recently, the artists from SHURUA(R)T visited Sarnath. To find the presence of Buddha in our lives, and in our hearts. And what better way to present the findings through art.
Visit our website: http://www.shuru-art.com to explore the artworks made at Sarnath
Team SHURUA(R)T along with a group of student artists visited Sarnath. The intent was to capture the serenity of the place where Lord Buddha gave his first sermon. The place marks the very thought of Buddhism, that beauty doesn't lie in being special..it's about being simple.
Designing richly colored compositions with unusual experimentation and passion to create such drama and special effect that took precedence over naturalism and perspective, the Florentine artist, Jacopo Carucci da Pontormo, is celebrated as one of the leaders of the Mannerist movement