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Day 3 of my @slinc Instagram takeover. Here is the first image from a cosmetics shoot I did with the wonderful @sara_wacksman. My mother was a curator at @smithsonian and soon became an art critic in D.C. so the fine arts have always been a part of my life. Here Sara and I combined old and new with Ingres as the background for some contemporary makeup colors. More to come and you can see them all on my website; stephenlewisstudio.com #makeup #ingres #painting

Hoje vou ensinar pra vocês a arte do #tbt: você tá sem foto atual pra postar e compor o feed, aí você segue os seguintes passos: caça uma foto legal e antiga no seu rolo de câmera, taca um efeito nela pra cor compor legal com as outras, e por ultimo, mas não menos importante, você coloca uma legenda do tipo "saudades piercing no nariz" pra ninguém estranhar a foto antiga, não é mesmo? Aí você taca também aquela hashtagzinha #tb ou #tbt (essa ultima só vale em thursday hein #ingres), e aí é só postar e abraçar o sucesso!

I'm geeking out so hard right now. #ingres La Grande Odalisque #mannerism #painting #fave

Piran vam želi lahko noč😉

#piran #igslovenija #onelife4ever #ingres #crodentnet

I'm asked why I paint on plexiglass-- it was an idea I got from #davidhockney 's writings about Ingres using a camera lucida to establish likeness and shapes in his drawings. I thought it would make sense to 'trace' a likeness from life then paint it #sightsize immediately (placing a board behind it for a ground color). I understand tracing on glass was an old drawing technique/learning tool. I'm not sure if the results are really beneficial, but it is fun!
#contemporaryrealism #portrait #portraiture #oilstudy #studiolife #oilpainting @indigopond #ingres #cameralucida #plexiglass

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The hand. That fabric. Those bangles. Instantly recognizable! Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, "Madame Moitessier," 1856 @national_gallery . A seven year endeavour (artist got sidetracked) that was well worth the wait. Classical allusions / all-out sumptuousness. Her statuesque presence is largely attributed to the lavish "heaps" of dress and heft evoked by the marble -like modelling of her figure. #iconic #neoclassicism #neoclassical #antiquity #renaissance #portraiture #portrait #19thcenturyart #19thcenturyfashion #19thcentury #nineteenthcentury #nineteenthcenturyfashion #fancydress #embroidereddress #floraldress #floralfabric #flowers #hautecouture #dress #frenchart #porcelainskin #frenchartist #ingres #arthistory #artappreciation #oilpainting #painting #latergram

I was thinking about setting up a table with a camera lucida and drawing portraits in the manner of Ingres for the tourists. This seemed like the perfect spot. #drawing #ingres #portraits #venice #photography #canons100 #color #shadows #views #braxtonreynoldsyoung

Je voulais donner de la couleur à mon ❤️ #instagram. "La grande Odalisque" 💚 ❤️💚❤️ par l'artiste #martialraysse ❤️💚 @centrepompidou #ingres 💚 #jeandominiqueingres ❤️ #lagrandeodalisque #odalisque 💚

Piran vam želi lahko noč😉

#piran #igslovenija #onelife4ever #ingres #crodentnet

10/8/2017. Le Bain turc. Ingres (1867) #allthesingleladies #ingres #museedulouvre #louvre

Mixed media painting on paper. Classics meet circuits.
41.5 x 39.5 cm.
#art #design #portrait #ingres #arthistory #painting #contemporaryart #mashagusova

Some drawings for assignment 1
I just copied other artist's works.

#drawing #sketch #art #artist #leonardodavinci #davinci #skull #damienhirst #anatomy #ingres #raphael

| Last bachelor night with two boys and many women !!! thank you for making a night memorable with some good scotch !!! 🤓✌️🤘
#sambarsaga #instalikes #bachelor #instalikes #ingres #dancebar #barhop #dxb #uae #instagood

Roger and Angelica (Angelica Saved by Ruggiero) 1819

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres ( French, 1780 – 1867)

1806–1824 - Rome and Florence
"Ingresque" eroticism

Roger and Angelica: it is a helpless, martyred woman figure, depicted standing in an agony of distress amid a fantastic and desolate landscape. "Orlando Furioso, a 16th-century epic poem by Ariosto, is the source of the tale of Roger, a knight whose steed is a hippogriff (a legendary creature half horse and half eagle). While riding near Brittany's coast Roger espies a beautiful woman, Angelica, chained to a rock on the Isle of Tears. She has been abducted and stripped naked by barbarians who have left her there as a human sacrifice to a sea monster. As Roger rides to her aid, a great thrashing in the water occurs—it is the monster approaching Angelica. Roger drives his lance between the monster's eyes and rescues Angelica.

Ingres received the commission for the work in 1817 and completed it in 1819. When it was exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1819 alongside his Grande Odalisque, the work was criticised for the treatment of Angelica's figure, described by the art historian Théophile Silvestre as "Angelica with goitres" and by the painter Henry de Waroquier as "triple-breasted Angelica". Comte de Blacas, the French ambassador to the Vatican, acquired the painting forKing Louis XVIII. It was installed above a doorway in the throne room of Versaillesfrom 1820 until 1823 before being relocated to the Musée du Luxembourg. It was Ingres' first painting to enter a public collection.

Ingres executed the work with his usual care, and many preparatory drawings for the composition and the individual figures exist." Wikipedia
Location of painting: Musée du Louvre, Paris .
#arte #artwork #art #artist #artstagram #painting #artlove #French #fineart #color #kunst #eroticism #Paris #travelblogger #JeanAugusteDominiqueIngres #amazingart #masterpiece #oilpainting #artgallery #travelgram #artofinstegram #instaartist #travel #traveling #arthistory #Louvre #kunstwerk #Ingres #Neoclassical #BeauxArts

Roger and Angelica (Angelica Saved by Ruggiero) 1819

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres ( French, 1780 – 1867)

1806–1824 - Rome and Florence
"Ingresque" eroticism

Roger and Angelica: it is a helpless, martyred woman figure, depicted standing in an agony of distress amid a fantastic and desolate landscape. "Orlando Furioso, a 16th-century epic poem by Ariosto, is the source of the tale of Roger, a knight whose steed is a hippogriff (a legendary creature half horse and half eagle). While riding near Brittany's coast Roger espies a beautiful woman, Angelica, chained to a rock on the Isle of Tears. She has been abducted and stripped naked by barbarians who have left her there as a human sacrifice to a sea monster. As Roger rides to her aid, a great thrashing in the water occurs—it is the monster approaching Angelica. Roger drives his lance between the monster's eyes and rescues Angelica.

Ingres received the commission for the work in 1817 and completed it in 1819. When it was exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1819 alongside his Grande Odalisque, the work was criticised for the treatment of Angelica's figure, described by the art historian Théophile Silvestre as "Angelica with goitres" and by the painter Henry de Waroquier as "triple-breasted Angelica". Comte de Blacas, the French ambassador to the Vatican, acquired the painting forKing Louis XVIII. It was installed above a doorway in the throne room of Versaillesfrom 1820 until 1823 before being relocated to the Musée du Luxembourg. It was Ingres' first painting to enter a public collection.

Ingres executed the work with his usual care, and many preparatory drawings for the composition and the individual figures exist." Wikipedia
Location of painting: Musée du Louvre, Paris .
#arte #artwork #art #artist #artstagram #painting #artlove #French #fineart #color #kunst #eroticism #Paris #travelblogger #JeanAugusteDominiqueIngres #amazingart #masterpiece #oilpainting #artgallery #travelgram #artofinstegram #instaartist #travel #traveling #arthistory #Louvre #kunstwerk #Ingres #Neoclassical #BeauxArts

Roger and Angelica (Angelica Saved by Ruggiero) 1819

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres ( French, 1780 – 1867)

1806–1824 - Rome and Florence
"Ingresque" eroticism

Roger and Angelica: it is a helpless, martyred woman figure, depicted standing in an agony of distress amid a fantastic and desolate landscape. "Orlando Furioso, a 16th-century epic poem by Ariosto, is the source of the tale of Roger, a knight whose steed is a hippogriff (a legendary creature half horse and half eagle). While riding near Brittany's coast Roger espies a beautiful woman, Angelica, chained to a rock on the Isle of Tears. She has been abducted and stripped naked by barbarians who have left her there as a human sacrifice to a sea monster. As Roger rides to her aid, a great thrashing in the water occurs—it is the monster approaching Angelica. Roger drives his lance between the monster's eyes and rescues Angelica.

Ingres received the commission for the work in 1817 and completed it in 1819. When it was exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1819 alongside his Grande Odalisque, the work was criticised for the treatment of Angelica's figure, described by the art historian Théophile Silvestre as "Angelica with goitres" and by the painter Henry de Waroquier as "triple-breasted Angelica". Comte de Blacas, the French ambassador to the Vatican, acquired the painting forKing Louis XVIII. It was installed above a doorway in the throne room of Versaillesfrom 1820 until 1823 before being relocated to the Musée du Luxembourg. It was Ingres' first painting to enter a public collection.

Ingres executed the work with his usual care, and many preparatory drawings for the composition and the individual figures exist." Wikipedia
Location of painting: Musée du Louvre, Paris .
#arte #artwork #art #artist #artstagram #painting #artlove #French #fineart #color #kunst #eroticism #Paris #travelblogger #JeanAugusteDominiqueIngres #amazingart #masterpiece #oilpainting #artgallery #travelgram #artofinstegram #instaartist #travel #traveling #arthistory #Louvre #kunstwerk #Ingres #Neoclassical #BeauxArts

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