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Autumn near Murnau

21 May

Autumn near Murnau

Artisoo oil painting: Autumn near Murnau
Painted by: Wassily Kandinsky


Dominant Curve

21 May

Dominant Curve

Paitning: Dominant Curve
painted by: Wassily Kandinsky


how to paint the painting – Cafe Terrace at Night

22 Apr


Un balletto visto dalla casella lirica 1885

10 Apr

Un balletto visto dalla casella lirica 1885

Ogni quadro è dipinto a mano solo per te.


    Dipinti a mano

    I nostri dipinti sono dipinti a mano al 100% su tela vera da degli esperti. Non utilizziamo mai macchinari, tecnologie numeriche o scorciatoie varie.

    Grandi lavori di pennello

    I nostri artisti si concentrano su tutti i dettagli dell’opera d’arte al fine di donare uno charme unico ad ogni dipinto.


    Delicata incorniciatura

    I nostri dipinti sono stesi su delle cornici di legno di alta qualità. Le quali sono belle, solide e di lunga durata.

    Pronti per essere appessi

    I nostri dipinti sono già stesi: I bordi sono coperti di tela e il dipinto è pronto per essere appesso.


    Ispirazione artistica

    I motivi orginali presentati da Artisso sono creati da artisti provenienti dalle più prestigiose scuole e accademie d’arti.

    Rispettosi dell’ambiente

    Utilizziamo solo i colori del museo di Maria, poichè sono rispettosi dell’ambiente e non scoloriscono con il tempo.

Capitán Herbert M Sears en cubierta de la goleta Yate CONSTELACI

2 Apr
Artista original: John Singer Sargent    Pintado a mano por artistas de Artisoo.
Medio: reproducciones de pinturas al óleo en lienzos
Capitán Herbert M Sears en cubierta de la goleta Yate CONSTELACI

The Sick Child by Edvard Munch

27 Mar

This painting is a painful memory of Munch’s family suffered in his childhood, and it depicts the scene of his 15-year-old sister Sophia got sick. Although she hadn’t lost her childish temperament, she was thin and pale for tortured by lung disease which would take away her life. This indelible impression deeply buried in Edvard Munch‘s memory, so he painted it exactly the same as the fact. Because the painting was filled with tragic atmosphere and its deep dark hue made people uncomfortable, so when it was on display at the annual exhibition in Norway, it was attacked by the conservative forces. Therefore, Munch had to draw this painting again with academic techniques and renamed it Spring. Unexpectedly, he won the national scholarship with it and went to Paris for study.

The Sick Child

When Munch was 26, he said: “I ​​want to describe those people who are struggling for living, feelings, pain, and love.” So someone said he was “The modern portrait painter who depicted the human’s mind.”

When Munch was a child, his mother and elder sister died of lung disease one after another, then his father and one of his younger brothers passed away next, while his younger sister was suffering from a mental illness. His family tragedy made such a deep trauma to Munch, and affected the development of his artistic thought. For this picture, he said: “The Sick Child opened a new path to me, so it became the first onrush on my way of art, and made a great contribution to the creation of most of my subsequent works.” He attempted to explore people’s perception of disease and death, so he went to visit patients for observing their demeanor in order to truly reveal the theme.

The mother in this painting suffers despair and sorrow in her heart for the child’s misfortune. Besides, the empty room strengthens the bleak atmosphere of impending death. This piece of work uses figurative language to convey human’s inner spiritual world.

This was the first time Munch exposed his conscience in his painting. Like the other works which was created in his youth, this painting was painted on the basis of Munch’s own personal experiences. He depicted the sad look of frail patient, and the whole house surrounded by darkness.


Bordeaux Wine – Claude Monet

19 Mar

Claude Monet (1840 – 1925), the founder of Impressionism, was one of the most influential landscape painters in the history of art. Born in Paris, Monet met fellow Impressionists Renoir, Sisley and Bazille while enrolled in the studio of Glenyre. Monet painted outdoors to convey the fleeting effects of atmosphere, time of day, and season upon color and light. He represented natural color like a prism, breaking it down into its individual components. He often painted a series of the exact same view under different light and weather conditions.