Saturday, August 26, 2006


Mervyn Peake

Kandinsky's woodcuts

Auguste Rodin

Eric Ravilious

David Hockney's Palette

Reading the Royal Academy magazine I decided to scan the images I found most interesting...It's a pitty I had to leave behind the photos of beautiful Rodin's sculptures from his upcoming exhibition. Next time perhaps.


Blogger Elliot Cowan said...

I like this name that sounds like an adjective "Ravilious".
You know anything else about him?

4:26 pm  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

5:11 pm  
Blogger A. Riabovitchev said...

Interesting post and interesting combination of sach defferent artists!:O)

8:29 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

my top two here are, Peake, followed by Rodin.

1:10 am  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

I really like the way Hockney organizes his palette...Cold and warm colours in different compartments

1:14 am  
Blogger A. Riabovitchev said...

O yes,very interesting palette.On my view He is very accurate, probably he drew very long and thoroughly. :O)

6:46 am  
Blogger limbolo said...

Make mine the Kandinsky.
Is that what David Hockney is pain ting these days?

1:18 am  
Blogger Jorge Noujaim said...

what a selection. Beautifull stuff.

2:02 am  
Blogger M said...

What do you think of French comic artist Gotlib?

He and Argentinian artist Quino were my favorite when I was a kid.

7:08 am  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

I like Quino but I am not sure I like Gotlib.(Gottlieb!...I just realise that that must be his real name.."Dear God" in German...and he was a very anarchic and irreverent artist!)

7:19 am  

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