Cerla & Kloosterboer in Conversation [Part III]

Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino) — Portrait of Baldassare Castiglione, 1514–15 — Louvre Museum, Paris — Image source: Wikipedia
Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) — The Flaying of Marsyas, c. 1570–76 — Kroměříž Archdiocesan Museum — Image source: Wikipedia
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema — The Roses of Heliogabalus (1888) — Image source: Wikipedia
Lorena Kloosterboer — Tempus ad Requiem XXIV (close-up detail of work in progress)— Private Collection
Elina Cerla — Ficciones (Fictions) — Courtesy of the Artist
Gwen John — The Convalescent, 1923–24 — Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge — Image Source: Wikipedia
Viktoria Kalaichi — Dishes — Courtesy of the Artist
Left: Square A is exactly the same shade of grey as square B. Originally published by Edward H. Adelson, vectorized by Pbroks13. (CC) BY-SA 3.0. Image source: WikipediaRight: Three-dimensional representation of the 1943 Munsell renotations. SharkD — Own work. Source-code available at the POV-Ray Object Collection. (CC) BY-SA 3.0. — Image source: Wikipedia
Pierre Bonnard — Nu dans le bain — Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris. Photograph: Tate Modern — Image Source: The Guardian
Juan Jr. Ramirez — Masks — Courtesy of the Artist



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Lorena Kloosterboer

Lorena Kloosterboer


Artist painting contemporary realist still lifes. Author of Painting in Acrylics. Loves writing about art, artists & exhibitions. Visit www.art-lorena.com.