The Technique of Etching: the History and Mastery of Piranesi
Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720 – 1778) is one of the greatest eighteenth century Italian architect and printmakers, and one of the leading figures of the neoclassical style.
Venetian by birth, he settled in Rome in 1740. Indeed, he is best known for his intricate and detailed etchings of Rome and its ancient ruins. Piranesi was a master of the etching technique, which allowed him to create stunning works of art that captured the beauty and grandeur of the ancient city.
At Wallector you can find a wide selection of Piranesi’s etchings.
The Revolution of Abstract Expressionism through the art of Cy Twombly
Abstract Expressionism emerged in the United States in the 1940s and 1950s, and is considered one of the most important art movements of the 20th century. One of the most celebrated artists of abstract expressionism is Cy Twombly.
On Wallector you can find a wide selection of Cy Twombly and other artists pertaining to Abstract Expressionism.
Joan Miró’s Lithographs: The Intersection of Color and Lines
Joan Miró was a Spanish painter, sculptor, and ceramicist who is considered one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. He had a unique style that was a blend of Surrealism, Dadaism, and abstraction. His works are characterized by childlike forms, bright colors, and whimsical images.
The Enigmatic World of Goya: The Uniqueness of the etching series Los Proverbios
Goya is one of the most renowned artists of the Romantic period. He was a Spanish painter, portraitist, and printmaker, whose works gained great popularity during his time and continue to be appreciated by art lovers from around the world even today. Goya is noted for his masterpieces, including the influential series of prints, Los Desastres de la Guerra. However, his lesser-known series of prints, Los Proverbios or Los Disparates, is also incredibly fascinating.
On Wallector you can find more than 100 artworks by Goya.