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IDES 131, #4: Caspar David Friedrich

When I look at the landscapes of Caspar David Friedrich, I get an overwhelming sense of dread from them. In… a fun way. I really enjoy his art, and some of his cemetery scenes and castles give me Lovecraft vibes, which I am a big fan of. 407 more words

IDES 131, #3 - Johannes Vermeer

Now, don’t get me wrong, I know I said I’d try to write about theĀ weird artists that we were able to choose from… but I love Vermeer. 437 more words

IDES 131, #2: Hieronymus Bosch

Hieronymous Bosch, born Jheronimus van Aken, was a Dutch painter of the Early Renissance. Although his paintings differ greatly from your typical Renaissance paintings (romantic, beautiful, religious, etc.), Bosch’s style was a great influence to future artists, particularly fellow Netherlandish painters. 434 more words

Simone Martini

Martini was a painter born in Sienna (1284) who is considered an important figure in furthering the development of the early Italian style. He is thought to have studied under a master of the Sienese School, either Duccio di Buoninsegna or Giotto di Bondone, but it is unclear which one. 178 more words


IDES 131, #1 - Paolo Uccello

Hello, friends.

Welcome to the beginning of my blogging journey at Capilano University. Here, I’ll be posting artist bios, lecture summaries, and various projects that I’ll be completing over time, as well as any other inspiration that I might find along the way. 516 more words



Hi! I am a mixed media artist who finds inspiration in nature. I love exploring color theory and working with metallic accents. I enjoy exploring both form and feeling through modern abstract expressionism with occasional nods to pop art and fauvism. 158 more words

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