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Old 03-27-2001, 01:57 PM
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Question Who are your 3 favorite artists?

Hello fellow artists-I was just wondering who everyone's favorite 3 artist were?
my 3 favorite artist are Michelangelo buonarroti,vincent van gogh,and Thomas kinkade.I also like lots of others but i like them the most.
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This has come up before, and I always hate this question. Why do we only get 3?

Anyway... it changes all the time. Right now it is Botticelli (that one is pretty constant) Michelangelo (that one is new... I never cared for him when I thought of myself as a painter, but now that I'm thinking of myself as a sculptor... well... what can I say?) and Max Ernst ('cause I'm in an odd mood today )

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Old 03-28-2001, 06:18 PM
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Michelangelo, Joan Miro and Van Gogh.

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Ancient dead: Rembrandt
Not too distant dead: Renoir/Degas/Cassatt
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( I cheated!)
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Michaelangelo, Matisse, Picasso.

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Changes from time to time. I'm submerged in Giacometti now. Millet has always been a favorite. Delacroix stays up there more often than not. Just three, huh? Just in this post, right?

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1. Henri Lebasque - if you don't know who he is, here is a link http://www.cusimano.com/posters/arti...Lebasques.html http://www.carlylecollection.com/ri36.html http://www.art-prints-and-posters.co...-Lebasque.html

2. Jan Vermeer

3. Van Gogh

and the list is longer.


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3! ONLY 3! Well, ok...

Matisse
Botticelli
Modigliani

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My three would have to be Albrecht Durer, Giotto, and Titian. All great in the own fields.
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--Salvador Dali

--DeChirico

--Edward Hopper

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--Jim Burns

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1. Michaelangelo
2. Pierre Julien
3. Giambologna (it's not just a wierd name i made up )
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1. Michaelangelo
2. Pierre Julien
3. Giambologna (it's not just a wierd name i made up )

it was actually hard to choose 2 and 3. there are so many artists that are influences on me!
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my 3 are:monet,renoir and thomas kinkade

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Old 05-03-2001, 03:15 AM
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My favorites ar Renoir, Monet and Michelangelo. But! it depends on whose work I'm viewing. I just saw the John Singer Seargeant show in Seattle last month and loved his work. I must be fickle when it comes to who I like at any given moment. There is so much wonderful art in the world it is hard at best to choose. I'm going back up to Seattle in a couple of weeks to see the National Watercolor show and I'm sure I will have some new favorites then. I'm jst lucky I guess to see so much to enjoy. wilda
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3, that's tough. Right now;
Michaelangelo
Dali
Max Ernst
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