Nicolas Zapata

Nicolas Zapata

Nicolas Zapata
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Marc Giai-Miniet

likeafieldmouse: “ Marc Giai-Miniet - Boxes Not the typical dollhouse/library dioramas. In Giai-Miniet’s weird miniatures, everyday household rooms include human organs and wrapped bodies.

john dae

John Doe 1959 Paint and resin on mannequin parts set on metal perambulator with wood, metal, rubber, and plastic toy 39 x 19 x 31 in. x x cm) The Menil Collection, Houston

Alexander Korzer Robinson

This wonderful artist Korzer Alexander Robinson creates beautiful three-dimensional pieces of art using vintage images. This one in particular really struck .

Part II. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) The Notebooks. Some 5,700 pages still survive. His creative mind and genius never tired, and touched upon anything and everything that attracted his attention: theatrical set design, engineering, hydraulics, weaponry, fortifications, anatomy, botany. His observations as an artist, the ideas that gripped his genius, showed him to be a true man of the Renaissance who held all the world around him in wonder and filled with the desire to learn more.

Page: Drawing of a Woman's Torso Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Place of Creation: Italy Style: High Renaissance Genre: sketch and study Technique: ink Material: paper Gallery: Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan, Italy