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Paintings

 
 

Paintings.

A series of renders interpreting some of my favourite paintings that inspire me.


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The death of Marat

Warm yellow light further softens the horror of the scene. Both dagger on the floor and wound in the breast are barely visible in the shadow. In fact, emerging from a grey-white turban, the dead man's face--eyes closed, mouth partly smiling--appears calm, as in a gentle sleep. 

 

— Royal Beaux-Arts Museum of Belgium, Brussels

 

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Girl with a Pearl Earring.

Vermeer used four very distinct elements of direction, colour, motion, and dimension.  The subject of this image is simply a girl.  However by his uses of these elements, Vermeer’s depiction of this girl is alarming, yet captivating.  The direction of her body is turned at such an odd angle, but because of that, there is a sense of dimension.

— 302art.

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