Mark Mitchell Paintings & Drawings

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Mark Mitchell Paintings & Drawings

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  • The True Value Behind Interior Paintings

    Nowadays, we are used to seeing photographs of pristine, stylish interiors; magazines are dedicated to such images, social media is packed with inspirational home design pages and Pinterest provides a platform in which these ideas can be shared and saved … Continue reading →

  • Choosing the Right Artwork for Your Home

    Artwork can make a huge difference to the feel of your home, and getting it right is key. Not only is it an aesthetic consideration, but a lot of the time it is also an investment. With hundreds of styles … Continue reading →

  • Buying 20th Century Still Life Paintings: An Aesthetic Guide

    When you’re making an investment in a 20th-century still life painting, it can be hard to narrow down your selection. There are so many fantastic artists from the last century, and so many art movements to embrace, that a helping … Continue reading →

  • The Birds and the Beasts: Messages Beneath the Mundane

    Art tells a story. No matter what form it takes, it is born from the creativity and imagination of an inspired soul and there is a message to be read, an ethos or essence to convey. The artist pours hours … Continue reading →

  • Symbolism in Still Life Painting

    On the surface, symbolism and still life painting seem like something of an oxymoron. Can flora and fauna or man-made items like drinking glasses and jewelryreally have deepermeaning when they are so commonplace in the world? At first glance, the … Continue reading →

  • Why Still Life Paintings Are Still Glorious

    What’s the connection between books, bottles, food, flowers and dead animals? The answer is that all have been popular subjects for still life paintings over many centuries. The still life genre was considered of trifling importance by the French Academy … Continue reading →

  • The Eternal Appeal of the Ephemeral Fruit

    Fruithas been used as subject matter in paintings for centuries. From Caravaggio’s delectable fruit baskets and sensual pomegranate halves through to Cezanne’s citrus shades and Wesselman’s overtly political pears, fruit is traditionally used as a symbol of decay and the … Continue reading →

  • The Use of Colours in Painting

    Colour stimulates our emotions. It establishes the mood of a work of art and heightens our response. And it has done so since the dawn of civilisation. Even the prehistoric cave painters of Lascaux in France, more than 15,000 years … Continue reading →

Mark Mitchell Paintings & Drawings

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • Painting the Beast: The Artist’s Fascination with Fauna

    Animals have always been revered in human society. Be it for their beauty, their ability to carry out laborious tasks or their capacity to act as a resolute, determined and altogether loyal companion, people have always had a fondness for … Continue reading →

  • The Representation of Autumn in Art

    The autumn months provide a chance for artists to consider the idea of transition and decay, along with constancy and plenty. The outside world provides rich golds, reds, yellows and browns which are a gift for a landscape painter, and … Continue reading →

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