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Home Design: Add Warmth Fireplace Paintings to Your Room

2 Dec

The paintings over a fireplace can be hung by placing a piece of art where you desire it to be the wall, calculate the sum of space left between the artwork and the cloak and find the middle point amid the two numbers where the painting is going to hung.

FYI, the heat rising from a fireplace, over time, can destroy the integrity of the painting. To remedy this, place the oil painting near but as far away from the fireplace as you can stand. I’ve found one helpful answer about how to hang an oil painting over a fireplace. Here is the link: http://www.ask.com/question/how-to-hang-a-painting-over-a-fireplace Hopes help! Have a nice winter night!

1. Chassy by the Fireplace at Workshop

Chassy By The Fireplace At Workshop

Chassy By The Fireplace At Workshop

2. The Fireplace by Childe Hassam

 

The Fireplace

The Fireplace

3. Nude at the Fireplace 1913 by Pierre Bonnard

Nude At The Fireplace 1913

Nude At The Fireplace 1913

 

4. Woman in front of the Fireplace by Edouard Vuillard

Woman In Front Of The Fireplace

Woman In Front Of The Fireplace

5. Cincinnati Fireplace by Joyce Kozloff

 

Cincinnati Fireplace

Cincinnati Fireplace

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Christmas Theme by Famous Painters

29 Nov

Add some Christmas colors to your home. Let me show you some great ideas for Christmas decorating. The traditional colours of Christmas are pine green (evergreen), snow white, and heart red. Here are some paintings of Christmas theme by famous painters.

1. Christmas In The Brothel 1905 by Edvard Munch

Christmas In The Brothel 1905 by Edvard Munch

Christmas In The Brothel 1905 by Edvard Munch

2. Christmas at Home by Grandma Moses

Christmas At Home

Christmas At Home

3. Christmas Pictures Signed With Paris by Raphael Kirchner

Christmas Pictures Signed With Paris

Christmas Pictures Signed With Paris

4. Christmas Tree by Gene Davis

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

5. Christmas by Jozsef Rippl-Ronai

Christmas

Christmas

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Irises Beautiful Study by Vincent van Gogh

13 Nov

Vincent van Gogh painted Irises shortly after he voluntarily admitted himself into the St.-Paul-de-Mausole asylum in Saint-Remy, France. A place is abuzz with terrible cries and howls like beasts in a menagerie day and night, for there are some patients very seriously ill. There is no doubt that whoever goes there would feel panic-stricken. When Vincent van Gogh was sent there, he must be afraid of being these seriously patient. He had to paint to eliminate the horror in his heart.

During the first month of his confinement, Vincent van Gogh was permitted to work in the men’s quarters, the only area he can continue to paint. Irises were painted in the garden to the south of the only area. Vincent van Gogh told his brother that he got along well with his fellows, they liked to see him painting, and they would leave if he required. For more please visit http://www.artisoo.com

Irises

Irises