Designers-Artists was founded by Jennifer Tran in 2010 as a project dedicated to promote the most outstanding creative ideas of artists and designers from around the world. You can call it an art & design blog, a web magazine for the creative crowd or whatever. We want to inspire people and show that creativity has no […]

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Oil paintings

Classic Oil Painting Gallery is a well reputed painting art company. We can supply famous oil painting on canvas in museum quality by the best price. Fine art is not far from you. We have professional artists of different painting subjects and art styles to do famous painting reproduction. Our oil paintings almost covered the whole […]

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Portrait Painting

Our expert oil painting and portrait artists have transformed various types of photos into paintings and recreated world-famous masterpieces. We have captured weddings, anniversaries and birthdays, recreated the memory of a first born child, painted pets and homes, as well as many other popular and even sometimes unique subjects.We guarantee your complete satisfaction with your […]

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Here’s what our valued customers have to say about our beautiful oil painting reproductions on canvas. Jews at the Wailing Wall, Gustav Bauernfeind framed with Walnut Scoop with Gold Beads & Black Velvet Liner Gold Lip We received the reproduction of Gustav Bauernfeind’s “Jews at the Wailing Wall”. We are very pleased with it. The […]

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Watercolor Was His Gateway

Watercolor Was His Gateway The Gossips by Norman Rockwell, 1948. I think every one of us loves Norman Rockwell’s illustrations, whether it is a little bit or a lot. They tell stories and always seem to capture expressions and reactions so perfectly. My favorite has always been The Gossips. I actually kept a copy of […]

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All the Painting Ladies

Women Artists Present & Past Judith and Her Maidservant by Artemisia Gentileschi, 1613, oil painting on canvas. I’m not one to put artist before artwork. If I like the art for sale or drawing, it has nothing to do with who the art-maker is. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t believe in acknowledging an […]

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Interview with Qiang Huang

Describe your path as an artist? When I was in elementary school, I watched my uncle paint. I took art classes in high school. While I worked in engineering, I started painting and taking workshops around 1999. In 2005, I joined the OPA. I started my painting blog and started selling art in 2007. I […]

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The American Van Gogh

We’ve written before about the unexpected sign at Exit 222 on Interstate 80 in Nebraska announcing the Robert Henri Museum on The Artist’s Road.  It turns out that the Robert Henri who studied in France, taught in New York and wrote the classic book The Art Spirit, was originally from the small town of Cozad, […]

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What Happens to an Aging Artist’s Eyes?

After a minor vision scare, we are reminded of the fragility of the eye – these complex organs that allow us to experience all the visual beauties of the world. And, we are reminded once again, never to take our precious vision for granted. But, like the rest of the body, the eye ages with […]

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What’s Sfumato with You?

Each day, people from all over the globe travel to Paris to visit the most famous oil painting in the world, the Mona Lisa. Many are just curious, and want to see the real thing for themselves. Some admire the famous enigmatic smile, the perfect proportions and ideal composition of the piece. Still others seek […]

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A Forgotten Impressionist

What You Don’t Know about Impressionism Hundreds of artists frequented Giverny during the time that Monet maintained his studio and residence there during the height of Impressionism. Some were good friends with the famous Impressionist. Some were hoping to meet him and perhaps learn from and paint with him. Others were simply inspired by the […]

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Federico Bebber – Digital Art

Surreal and otherworldly portraits created by Italian digital artist Federico Bebber. Born in 1974 in Udine, Italy, Federico Bebber is a digital artist who uses photography as a basis to create semi-abstracted portraits. He skillfully separates any content from its usual backdrop in order to mix and merge it with wistful elements and a wide ranging color […]

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Self Reflection at The Untitled Space

‘Self Reflection’ at The Untitled Space, an extensive group show of 21 female artists on self-portraiture. From September 27 – October 8, 2016, The Untitled Space Gallery in New York City presents “Self Reflection”, an exceptional group show comprising 21 female artists and their diverse creative interpretations on the subject of self-portraiture. Curated by Indira Cesarine […]

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