We will never know exactly what Cézanne intended, but he certainly showed it in his paintings of trees.
Ellen Altfest paints the real world, a morsel at a time. Her paintings are both very modern and deeply traditional, and absolutely magnificent.
How many times have you heard it said that mark-making is a sign of abstraction in painting?
Instead of depicting her as an erotic nude in a scene of lust and voyeurism, Rembrandt reveals Bathsheba’s inner conflict, and transforms the technique of painting.
This series of articles set out to consider how faithfully landscape painters have tried to depict the views and objects that they paint, as the ‘truth’ of their painting.