International Art Treasures
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Orlando Museum of Art
Discover the artistry of India
David Ruben Piqtoukun
Casa Loma at Christmas
Grant Hill Collection of African American Art
Worth a Look
By Mouse or By Hand
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International Art Treasures Web Magazine is pleased to present it’s December 2003 edition traveling the world to discover exciting artists and renew our acquaintance with old masters. India, Argentina, Costa Rica, Austria, the United States and Canada are all within our web pages. It is our first visit to South America, Central America and India but it will not be our last.
It is here, where one will find contemporary artists featured with the finest masters of the Renaissance, Impressionism, Neo-classic and many other genres. Art is not limited but expanded to include virtually all genres painting, sculpture, wood working, textile design, jewelry, ceramic and many more disciplines. Art is a form of creative expression such the fine depictions by the African American artists in a collection amassed by well-known athlete Grant Hill.
Art appreciation is the reaction to the creative expression of others. The journey can be emotional but the trip is worthwhile.
India Ceramics and Porcelain Artwork, Image Courtesy www.incredibleindia.org
Orlando Museum of Art, Night View, Image Courtesy Orlando Museum of Art
Bear-Man-Woman Transformation, Artist: David Ruben Piqtoukun, Dimensions: 12″ W x 25″ L x 8 1/2″ D, Materials: Soapstone, Date Completed: 2001, Courtesy David Ruben Piqtoukun
Casa Loma Oak Room, Image Courtesy Casa Loma
Innocence, 1991, Malcolm Brown, American, Watercolor on paper, 37 1/2 x 30 in., Grant Hill Collection of African American Art
India Monument, Image Courtesy www.incredibleindia.org
Untitled Artist: Friedrich Gauermann (1807-1862), Courtesy Vienna Dorotheum, (€ 100.000 – 130.000) © Dorotheum, All Rights reserved.
Worth a Look – Artist Painting, Image courtesy www.galeriadeulises.com.
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