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Friday, October 31, 2014

Blue Nude Oil Painting Alluring by k Madison Moore




Alluring
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She was incredibly alluring, the type of woman who inspired devotion 
and obsession for reasons largely beyond control or reason.

Emotions in Blue Series
11 x 14 Blue Nude Oil Painting on Canvas


It's been awhile since I added new works to my Blue Nudes Series.
I just realized that I had little inventory for this series. Always love
to paint in gradations of color and glazes, especially in blue.

Enjoy

Alluring





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Saturday, October 25, 2014

Mucha Prague Studio Interior Painting by k Madison Moore




Masters Studio Series
14 x 18 Mucha Oil Painting on Canvas

Alphonse Maria Mucha 24 July 1860 – 14 July 1939), often known in English and French as A Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, known best for his distinct style. He produced many paintings, illustrations, advertisements, postcards, and designs.

I love Much and his beautiful style. However, these models are quite different than his. I only used similar poses as his. I wanted to create my own beautiful faces with a touch of Mucha since the scene I created for them is Mucha’s studio in Prague. Who know what it really looked like but this is what was in my mind. This is how I would want it, looking out to the water over the rooftops from my studio window. Art Nouveau and Art Deco are two of the greatest design periods of all time.



Mucha produced a flurry of paintings, posters, advertisements, and book illustrations, as well as designs for jewelry, carpets, wallpaper, and theatre sets in what was termed initially The Mucha Style but became known as Art Nouveau (French for "new art"). Mucha's works frequently featured beautiful young women in flowing, vaguely Neoclassical looking robes, often surrounded by lush flowers which sometimes formed halos behind their heads. In contrast with contemporary poster makers he used pale pastel colors.


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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Miniature Chair Painting Picasso by k Madison Moore


Francoise The Muse
Inspired by Pablo Picasso
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Chairs Series
6 x 8 Miniature Oil Paintings of Chairs on Canvas


Françoise Gilot (born November 26, 1921) is a  French Painter  and bestselling  author. She is also known as the lover and artistic muse of Pablo Picasso   from 1944 to 1953, and the mother of his children, Claude Picasso and Paloma Picasso. She later married the American vaccine pioneer, Jonas Salk. Gilot was more than just Picasso's lover: she was a mother, organizer, muse, conversation partner, hostess, artist, and an art critic.



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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Miniature Chair Painting Marilyn Monroe by k Madison Moore


Celebrating Marilyn
Inspired by Andy Warhol
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Chairs Series
6 x 8 Miniature Chair Oil Painting on Canvas


Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962)[3] was an American actress, model, and singer, who became a major  sex symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the 1950s and early 1960s.

Soon after her tragic death in 1962, Warhol made a series of paintings paying tribute to Marilyn Monroe, the film star and sex  symbol who had captured America’s imagination. Warhol based this Portrait on a publicity still from the 1953 film Niagara. Warhol took Marilyn Monroe as his subject in different mediums, silkscreening the actresses’ image multiple times on a grid in bright colors and black and white.






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Saturday, October 11, 2014

A Moment in Time - Frida and Diego Interior Painting by k Madison Moore


A Moment in Time - Frida and Diego

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Frida Kahlo Series

14 x 18 Oil Painting on Canvas



Another addition to my Frida Series.   I was inspired by a scene in the movie “Frida” similar to this one where they were lying in bed talking about Frida’s paintings. She told Diego that he could probably paint like that when he was 12. Diego replied that, “He could never paint like that.” A  touching scene with Frida and Diego


This one was tough doing them  from the back to facing reflections in the mirror but I like the way it came out.  I had a blast getting lost in designing the very complicated pleated throw. It almost looks like a skirt but it is my design of an elaborate pleated, fringed Mexican throw. I was looking all over for reference for Mexican Blankets and there were really none that were unusual so I really got into all of the colors and pleats. Fun! Might have to make one for my bed!

Enjoy

A Moment in Time - Frida and Diego



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Friday, October 10, 2014

Miniature Monet Chair Painting by k Madison Moore




A Little Monet
Inspired by Claude Monet
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Miniature Paintings
Chair Series

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6 x 8 Monet Chair Oil Painting on Canvas

From 1860 on, Monet abandonned dark colors and worked from a palette limited to pure light colors. In 1905, answering a question about his colors, he wrote :
"As for the colors I use, what's so interesting about that ? I don't think one could paint better or more brightly with another palette. The most important thing is to know how to use the colors. Their choice is a matter of habit. In short, I use white lead, cadmium yellow, vermilion, madder, cobalt blue, chrome green. That's all."

I must have been on a Monet mood lately. This is my second Monet
in two weeks. Just loving painting these little chair paintings.
Love Monet, love his palette and love painting with him.

Enjoy
A Little Monet

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Erte Chair Miniature Painting by k Madison Moore


A Spot for Erte'
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Miniature Paintings
Chairs Series

Art Deco
6 x 8 Chair Oil Painting on Canvas

Romain de Tirtoff (23 November 1892 – 21 April 1990) was a Russian- born artist  and designer known by the pseudonym Erté, from the French pronunciation of his initials. He was a diversely talented 20th-century artist and designer who flourished in an array of fields, including  fashion, jewelry, graphic arts, costume and set design and set design for film, theatre, and opera, and interior decor. 
Erté continued working throughout his life, designing revues, ballets, and operas. He had a major rejuvenation and much lauded interest in his career during the 1960s with the Art Deco revival. He branched out into the realm of limited edition prints, bronzes, and wearable art.
Two years before his passing, Erté created seven limited edition bottle designs for Courvoisier to show the different stages of the cognac-making process, from distillation to maturation.
Just an amazing talent in so many way. I fell in love with him the first time I laid eyes on his work.
I love animal prints and always admired a similar painting of Erte', of course because I adore cats
of all breeds.

Enjoy
A Spot for Erte







Monday, October 6, 2014

Interior Painting Monet Melodies by k Madison Moore



Monet Melodies
Inspired by Claude Monet
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Painting with The Masters
Art within Art Series

14 x 18 Oil Painting of Interior on Canvas


I have painted Monet's Giverny and Bridge many 
times but different each time as well as this floral piano.
I hope to some day visit Giverny and paint, paint,
paint. Many artists have visited The Gardens of Giverny
to paint. Many never returned  and made the town of
Giverny their home. I can only imagine how incredibly 
gorgeous it is there and to be able to pant so many 
beautiful scenes.

Meanwhile I could relax in this big beautiful room
looking out at the willow trees and the turquoise
Japanese Bridge that Monet loved so much.
Maybe listening to a quiet Melody from the piano
with a slight fragrant breeze coming from the
lily pond through the windows.
Can you imagine?

I found this very rare video of Monet
painting in his garden.
It very short but how wonderful to see  him live and painting.



Enjoy
Monet Melodies

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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Miniature Chairs Painting Inspired by van Gogh by k Madison Moore


Vinnie's Garden
Inspired by van Gogh
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6x 8 Miniature Chair Paintings
Chair Series

Just a cute, fun painting to add to my miniature paintings Chairs Series. I think Vincent would like it. Can wait to paint more chairs!

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Interior Painting Inspired by Modigliani by k Madison Moore Modi's Studio


Painting Jeanne 
 Modigliani’s Studio France 1917
Inspired by Amedeo Modigliani
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Painting with The Masters
Masters Studios Series
14 x 18  Modigliani Oil Painting on Canvas



I never get tired of this love affair. So sad but beautiful at the same time. I
 am happy to add Modigliani to my Masters Studio’s Series. He painted over
200 works of Jeanne in the few short years they were together. I often wonder
where they would have gone and what they would have done had Modi and Jeanne
not died so young. What a wonderful artist he was and Jeanne was up and coming.
Do you think she would have painted so many pieces of him?

Enjoy
Painting Jeanne


Modigliani depicted his mistress, Jeanne Hébuterne (1898-1920), in more than twenty works but never in the nude.

In the history of art she is accorded the honorable role of the last but not the least influential muse of Modigliani. Popular literature and cinema repeatedly used her image to give their own view of the life story of the great artist, picturing her as a young girl devoted to her husband. 

The name of Jeanne Hebuteme  is inseparable from that of Amedeo Modigliani, and the surprising and sad truth is that it was her death rather than life that tied them together forever. It is common knowledge that she committed suicide the day after Modigliani’s death and was buried in the same grave. She didn’t live to see her 22nd birthday.