Category Archives: Artist

Norman Rockwell Museum Reveals All in ProjectNORMAN- (but teeny-weeny) 0

“Triple Self Portrait” (Please click to enlarge the images) The Norman Rockwell Museum announced the opening of ProjectNORMAN (New Online Rockwell Media Art & Archive Network) today, the 6th of January, which will allow you to look through thirty thousand of Rockwell’s reference photos, preliminary sketches and paintings, and other items from the Museum’s art […]

Gavril Pavlovich Kondratenko 1854 – 1924 2

The fifth of a series of snow themed posts, for this season of the year. Winter Morning 1901 (Click all these images to enlarge them please.) Landscape With Pagoda Gavriil Kondratenko was born in 1854. Studied at The Saint Petersburg Imperial Academy of Fine Arts from K.Gun and M. (Mikhail Konstantinovich) Klodt. Author of the […]

Charles Tunnicliffe 1901 – 1979 2

The fourth in a seasonal series of short entries featuring snow. Today’s subject is Charles Tunnicliffe; Etcher, engraver and painter, whose principal subject was bird life and the natural countryside. “Company of Whitethroats” ( Please click these images to enlarge them ). Charles Tunnicliffe RA OBE 1901 – 1979 Charles Tunnicliffe was born in Macclesfield, […]

Theodor Kittelsen 0

The third in a pre-Christmas line up of snow paintings. From “The Christmas Troll” (Juletroll ) 1907 ( Click to enlarge, please ) At about the time when yesterday’s subject, Victor Westerholm, was active in Finland, another Scandinavian artist was struggling to make a living in Norway. While we have by and large forgotten the […]

Victor Westerholm 0

“Midwinter Sun” by Victor Westerholm (1860-1919) ( Click for big, as usual. ) This is the second in a seasonal series of paintings featuring snow. Westerholm’s bio reads: born at Turku, Finland on January 4, 1860 and died in Turku on 19 November, 1919. He first studied under Eugen Dücker in Düsseldorf. He then became […]

Tribute to Joe Ranft 0

John Musker made this animatic style tribute to Joe Ranft on what would have been his 50th birthday, the 13th of March. Madeleine Peyroux sings Bob Dylan’s “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go”. It’s a sort of mini biography that charts seminal moments in Joe’s life. ___________________________________________________________________________

“Round The Christmas Tree” by Viggo Johansen 10

Sometimes called “Silent Night” Click the picture for the BIG version! A Happy Yule to all readers of Articles & Texticles!

Holy Cao! 0

You might remember that I posted some drawings by Jose Maria Cao almost exactly a year ago. As you’ll see from the recent comments in that post, Julio Mauricio Neveleff, curator of the Cao exhibition and author of the catalogue, kindly offered to send me the exhibition catalogue. I’m really happy to say it arrived […]

The New Sidebar Mini-Gallery 4

If you visit this site regularly, you may no doubt have noticed that the image in the header area is different every time you return. Try pressing Ctrl + F5 (Windows), (or Refresh in Apple Safari) to refresh the page and change to another random header image. The header pictures don’t tell you much about […]