Sunday, May 17, 2015

H. Septimus Power's Horse Paintings [feedly]



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H. Septimus Power's Horse Paintings
// Gurney Journey

Septimus Power, The End of the Day
H. Septimus Power (1877-1951) was a New-Zealand-born Australian artist who was always fascinated with horses.

H. Septimus Power, Horse Cart, Watercolor
He got an early job painting animal heads on butchers' delivery vans, and later worked for a veterinarian. 


He studied at the Académie Julian in Paris and then moved to London, exhibiting at the Royal Academy. Arthur Streeton said of him: "One is impressed first by a tremendous display of colour and a dauntless feeling of optimism … He displays remarkable knowledge and vigour in his paintings of animals."

H. Septimus Power, Bringing Up the Guns
In World War I he worked as a war artist, specializing in scenes with horses. The biplane is almost a ghost in the distance.
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Jakob Rebelka [feedly]



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Jakob Rebelka
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Jakob Rebelka
Jakob Rebelka is a Polish comics artist, illustrator and concept artist for the gaming industry.

His interestingly different style combines areas of complex, intertwined forms with more open spaces and applications of texture. Often he will create the sensation of forms within forms by defining surface areas with lightly applied shadows and highlights, in a sort of bas-relief against the surrounding form.

His comics work includes the new graphic novel Le Cité Des Chiens ("City of Dogs", link is to Amazon.fr) with writer Yohan Radomski.

In addition to his Tumblr blog, you can find his work on ArtStation. Many of Rebelka's images are available as prints through inPrint and society6.

[Via Concept Art World]


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Room in New York, Edward Hopper [feedly]



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