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HELL’S CLUB. Antonio Maria Da Silva. AMDS FILMS.

There is a place where all fictional characters meet. . Outside of time, Outside of all logic, This place is known as HELL’S CLUB, But this club is not safe…

Full Screen :  

Mashup, short films and special effects, the innovation of Cinema.

Today scenario writers treat the numerical images and elements exactly as the DJ treated the sounds in the years 80-90. 
they carry out mashups. These mixtures of images, sounds and special effects, take part in this art of recycling following 
the example Sample of the DJ and Loops of the programmers, the image filmeds by others are re-used in clips which have atmospheres different from original works. See More...



To understand Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) and the Optical Art.
The relativity explained to the children.

As opposed to what one can believe the artists of the Op Art do not seek to cause optical illusions but rather 
to define a new completely optical space using purely visual means, this while using a whole of geometrical 
forms, combinations of colors which creates in the eye of the spectator a movement while playing on 
simultaneous contrast, the shift and the optical mixture of the colors. Which is the reason of this step ? See more...

        

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Mary Bashkirtseff (1858-1884). A Meeting. (1884).

“ If I were going to die, like that, suddenly, I would perhaps not know if I am in danger, it will be hidden to me… There will remain soon nothing any more me… nothing… nothing ! It is what always terrified me. To live, to have so much ambition, to suffer, cry, fight, and, with the end, the lapse of memory ! … 
as if I had never existed… ”.

Extract of the newspaper of Marie Bashkirtseff, died at 25 years of tuberculosis on October 31st, 1884... See more





Fernand Pelez. (1848-1913). The Little Merchant of Violets. (1885).

Microsculpture - The insect photography of Levon Biss.
A special exhibition from 27th May until October 2016 at Oxford University Museum of Natural History.



The Judith discovered in Toulouse, France : A Judith of the disciple much more than of the Master Caravaggio… See why

Caravaggio. (1571 - 1610) Judith Beheading Holophernes. 1598. 



Close to the knife.

 


It is close to the brush or the knife that one sees the painter. 
It’s while following each feature, each key, each change of colour or texture which one 
imagines how much the work of the artist is difficult. 

Up to now you could see it only in front of work, in a gallery, with the museum or the exposure. 

But it’s sometimes complicated, there is crowd, 
there are too many paintings, you regret not having spent time enough in front of the painting of this artist, 
of which besides you forgot the name… 

Far from the scuffles, in front of your screen, you will be able 
to study and appreciate the work of the painters whereas you had never dared to ask it… See More

 




John Singer Sargent (1856–1925). Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose, 1886. 
Tate Gallery. London.

 

 


 

 

 

 

  

 





The Great Museums of The World.



Most Visited Museums of The World.

 




Pablo Picasso. (1881-1973).

Picasso Timeline by the Museum Picasso Barcelona.




Irving Ramsey Wiles. (1861 - 1948). The Green Cushion. (1895). 

Watercolour, graphite, and gouache on paper. 
Precision and subtlety of mixed techniques.




Emanuel Leutze. Washington Crossing the Delaware. 1851.





Georges de La Tour. The Cheater with the Ace of Diamond. (1635.)


The 30 most popular paintings.


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Van Gogh : the Starry Night.  

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Millais : Ophelia.


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Van Gogh : The Cafe Terrace, 
at Night

 

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