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Mike Savad

2 Years Ago

Post Images Inspired By Other Artists

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this is my version of Starry Night by Van Gogh. it's a steampunk version, trying something different

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i never meant it to look like a dali, but i'll take the credit for it anyway.

so anyway, post your versions - photos, paintings, whatever in the style of famous paintings or a variation of.


---Mike Savad

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Harold Shull

2 Years Ago

Hiya Mike,

My self portrait was inspired by Henri Fantin-Latour's portrait of Edouard Manet. As you can see by my portrait, I made some necessary changes to make it an original and my own. But the flavor of the Henri Fantin-Latour masterpiece is evident in my painting.

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Andrew Read

2 Years Ago

I have always loved the winter scenes by Joseph Farquharson with his bright sunsets and snow and some of my paintings show this i think.

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Allen Beatty

2 Years Ago

@ Mike, Please forgive my ignorance but what is Steampunk ?

 

Harold Shull

2 Years Ago

Pardon me Mike for interjecting this, but my friend, Art Donovan describes it here:

 

Allen Beatty

2 Years Ago

@ Harold, Thank you. Now that's one less thing of which I'm ignorant.

 

Mike Savad

2 Years Ago

steampunk is sort of a victorian neo science. blimps with big levers, moriarty, 2000 leagues under the sea, a number of other titles use steampunk. it's sort of like we had a war right after the victorian industrial age, and nothing else was invented. plastic, rubber, electricity, etc - never made. instead they rely on clockwork, fancy victorian themes, leather, belts and the like. it's an odd sub culture of technology.


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Allen Beatty

2 Years Ago

Thanks Mike

 

Chuck Staley

2 Years Ago

Much of my work was influenced by a Russian/American artist I collected years ago: Shimon Okshteyn

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Kate Sumners

2 Years Ago

Well this was actually a commission of an actual dog but every time I look at it it screams Charles Burton Barber

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Alisa Tekhtilova

2 Years Ago

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So happy to be a small part of this project.


 

Mo T

2 Years Ago

Inspired by You Mike :)
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Drew

2 Years Ago

Justinian Justice (WIP):

The design itself is a derivation of Peter Paul Ruben's Battle of Anghiari, a copy of Leonardo's painting long disintegrated:

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Mary Bedy

2 Years Ago

I like the look of Man Rays' "rayographs" although, this is a straight photo of a reflection of a decorative clock in the sun.

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Lance Vaughn

2 Years Ago

The following images were all inspired by pop artists such as Andy Warhol, Lichtenstein and Shepard Fairey.

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Sanne Rosenmay

2 Years Ago

This is inspired by the Danish artist Julie Nord, actually quite a few of my paintings are

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Chris Kusik

2 Years Ago

Ansel Adams (in color?)
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Ramona Matei

2 Years Ago

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Van Gogh's "Starry Night" inspired.

 

Drew

2 Years Ago

Inspired by the character, Harry Haller from Hermann Hesse's novel Steppenwolf.
Also there is a touch of MC Escher including an impossible geometric construct within the composition.

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Victoria Lakes

2 Years Ago

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Sonja Quintero

2 Years Ago

I wouldn't say it's "inspired by" but this image reminds me of some of the amusement park images taken by Holga photographer, Michelle Bates.

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Roseann Caputo

2 Years Ago

I'm never surprise by the people who use any opportunity to post their work, whether it relates to the discussion at hand or not. LOL

 

Warren Thompson

2 Years Ago

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Inspired by reading Kandinsky.
I get more views on abstract art from Europe than anywhere else.

 

Ann Powell

2 Years Ago

Inspired by the hard edged rectangles of Mondrian.
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Loree Johnson

2 Years Ago

Mike, I love the Starry Night Steampunk. Very nice. Also, I want to thank you for starting this thread. It reminded me of a shot that has been sitting on my hard drive for over a year. It was inspired by Ansel Adams, who did a similar shot--yes, in color.

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"Ode To Magritte In Retro"

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Title explains itself.

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Nop Briex

2 Years Ago

Cool discussion here. Very nice artwork of everyone. Thanks. These are my works inspired by Manet, Rembrandt, Warhol, Cassandre, Van Gogh, Hopper:

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Harold Shull

2 Years Ago

Anthony van Dyck

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Harold Shull

2 Years Ago

To view the Anthony van Dyck image above, just click on the blue question mark. I don't know why but lately every image I post comes up like this...duh, maybe Beth can fix?

 

Drew

2 Years Ago

A liitle Dali, a Little Escher
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Mary Armstrong

2 Years Ago

I once entered a painting in a good, local art show. After the show was over I got a letter from a viewer who complained that a portion of my painting looked like a part from a Chagall painting. Now I never copied anything! So I did some lengthy research on Chagall and found a Sunday News section of a newspaper from many years ago, which had a Chagall painting shown, & did have some similarity to the viewers complaint of my work. I returned with an answer that I never used that, nor copied it and mine was not even painted similarly. So, do we retain images in our mind and they can come out in our art, even though we are not intending to copy another artist's work? Just a thought!

 

Heather Applegate

2 Years Ago

My ode to Escher in photograph form:

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Ed Meredith

2 Years Ago

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GuoJun Pan

2 Years Ago

Yeah this is my "Starry Night", i linked this two until last discussion:

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And Iris inspired by Van Gogh, with my respects to this real artist.

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And this inspired by The Doors:
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Chuck Staley

2 Years Ago

"Purple Lady" by Shimon Okshteyn

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"Purple Lady" by Chuck Staley

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Peter Chilelli

2 Years Ago

This is my version of the famous artist and sometime moderator JC Findley. Ofcourse, JC has outsold mine 50-1 but hey...I tried! ;c)

-Peter

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Drew

2 Years Ago

Here is a WIP sketch slated for a large oil on canvas:

The design itself is a derivation of Peter Paul Ruben's Battle of Anghiari, a copy of Leonardo's painting long disintegrated.

oops...already posted this one..........

 

JAXINE Cummins

2 Years Ago

Thank you Mike

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Betsy Jones

2 Years Ago

Inspired by Monet's many Waterlily paintings
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Carmen Hathaway

2 Years Ago

My stained glass orginal chapel installation was influenced, in part, by my admiration for Bertram Brooker (1888-1955). This multi-talented artist was the first Canadian to exhibit abstract art in Canada. He was closely associated with the Group of Seven, especially Lawren S. Harris.



His 'Sounds Assembling' painting -- exhibited in Toronto in 1927 -- was the first of his works I viewed in print, and later at the Winnipeg Art gallery.

 

Roy Erickson

2 Years Ago

Only the greatest artist of them all - who ever created this big blue marble with all it's beauty - that's my inspiration - I'm just a bad copyist.

As for my 'abstractions' - I haven't a clue - I used to wander the halls and rooms of museums - mostly disliking any and all "modern" art - and still do think that much of the, by definition, Modern Art stuff is junk - and not art at all - but made for the guppies that were afraid to say that it was junk - so they bought it to prove that they were 'in the know'. Now I create it myself - some is "pretty" and aesthetically pleasing, colorful, to the eye - some is probably "junk".

 

Bob Galka

2 Years Ago

Guess who...

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Mike McGlothlen

2 Years Ago

I don't think I need to say who influenced these images!
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Drew

2 Years Ago

Same here Mike;)
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Carmen Hathaway

2 Years Ago




 

Randall Nyhof

2 Years Ago

Magritte:
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Andrew Wyeth and Alfred Hitchcock:
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Cubism:
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Michelle Calkins

2 Years Ago

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GuoJun Pan

2 Years Ago

Inspired by you Mike:
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Cynthia Snider

2 Years Ago

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Jenny Rainbow

2 Years Ago

Tribute for the fantastic dreamy paintings of Jane Small, the artist whom I met on Faa. Thanks a lot for the inspirational art, Jane!

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The the photography executed in impressionistic style and inspired by the color palette of Claude Monet:

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Nathalie Chavieve

2 Years Ago

Inspired by Caravaggio's "The Lute player"



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Mary Ellen Anderson

2 Years Ago

Inspired by the famous 'dust-bowl' era B&W photograph "Migrant Mother" by Dorothea Lange, this updated colorized version shows the central figure emerging not unscathed but still undefeated from an unidentifiable darkness swirling around her. The bathing light shows a face of strength, determination, and humanity. Grace, dignity, and femininity in the figure's pose seems to shake off the darkness. A timeless beauty, undiminished by the mars of suffering or the carving done by the obstacles of life.
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Camille Lopez

2 Years Ago

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My inspiration? hmmmmmm

 

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