Salvador Dalí’s Blooming Night Framed Poster

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Make a statement in any room with this Salvador Dalí’s Blooming Night Framed Poster, printed on thick, durable, matte paper. The matte black frame that’s made from wood from renewable forests adds an extra touch of class.

Framed Poster is 8 x 10 inches

• Ayous wood .75″ (1.9 cm) thick frame from renewable forests
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil (0.26 mm)
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Lightweight
• Acrylite front protector
• Hanging hardware included
• Blank product components in the US sourced from Japan and the US
• Blank product components in the EU sourced from Japan and Latvia

Salvador Dalí’s Blooming Night Concept

This is a digital artwork that was created by blending the painting style of Salvador Dalí and Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” with that of flowers in the process of blooming. What if Salvador Dalí and Van Gogh were still alive today and you asked both of them to collaborate on a painting called Blooming Night? That is the premise of this piece of artwork.

Van Gogh Starry Night Framed Poster

About Salvador Dalí

Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dal was a Spanish surrealist artist who was known for his technical competence, accurate draftsmanship, and the startling and unusual pictures that he included in his work. He was born on May 11, 1904, and passed away on January 23, 1989.

Dal was educated in Madrid for his formal training in the fine arts after having been born in Figueres, which is located in Catalonia, Spain. Even at a young age, he was already influenced by Impressionism and the masterpieces of the Renaissance, and as he grew older, he became increasingly interested in Cubism and other avant-garde trends.

In the late 1920s, he began to develop a stronger affinity for surrealism, and in 1929, he became a member of the Surrealist group, quickly rising to prominence within the movement. The Persistence of Memory, his most well-known piece, was finished in August of 1931 and is considered to be one of the most well-known Surrealist paintings ever created. Dal remained in France during the entirety of the Spanish Civil War, which lasted from 1936 until 1939, before moving to the United States in 1940. It was in the United States that he found commercial success.

In 1948, he relocated back to Spain, where he made public his decision to convert back to the Catholic religion and developed the aesthetic known as “nuclear mysticism.” This style was inspired by his interest in classicism, mysticism, and contemporary scientific advancements.

Dal was skilled in a variety of artistic mediums, including painting, graphic arts, cinema, sculpture, design, and photography. Occasionally, he worked with other artists to create their works. Besides writing fiction, he also authored poetry, autobiography, essays, and critical essays. Dreams, the subconscious, sexuality, religion, scientific discovery, and his closest personal relationships are some of the major themes that emerge in his work. His eccentric and showy public demeanor frequently received more attention than his artwork, much to the consternation of those who held his work in high respect and the displeasure of his detractors.

In addition, his public support for the Francoist administration, his commercial activities, as well as the quality and authenticity of some of his later works, have all been sources of controversy. Both his life and his body of work had a significant impact on subsequent generations of Surrealists, pop artists, and modern artists such as Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst.

The Salvador Dal Theatre-Museum is located in Figueres, Spain, while the Salvador Dal Museum can be found in St. Petersburg, Florida. Both of these museums are considered to be among the most important in the world.

About Van Gogh

Vincent Willem van Gogh was a painter from the Netherlands who belonged to the Post-Impressionist movement. He was born in March 1853 and passed away on July 29, 1890. As a result of what happened after his passing, van Gogh is now considered to be one of the most well-known and important figures in the history of art in the Western world. Over the course of ten years, he created over 2,100 works of art, the vast majority of which were oil paintings. The majority of these paintings date from the last two years of his life.

Van Gogh Art On Artabys:

Vincent van Gogh Self-Portrait Framed Poster

They include landscapes, still lifes, portraits, and self-portraits, and are distinguished by vivid colors and dramatic, impulsive, and expressive brushwork that contributed to the foundations of modern art. The subjects of these paintings include still lifes, landscapes, and portraits of the artist. This collection includes a number of paintings that are self-portraits created by the artist. He was unable to attain commercial success, and as a direct consequence of this failure, he lived with severe depression and abject poverty until the age of 37, when he took his own life.

The family that Vincent van Gogh was born into belonged to the upper middle class at the time of his birth. When he was younger, he had the demeanor of a serious, quiet, and introspective child. He began painting at a young age and worked as an art dealer as a young man, during which time he regularly traveled; nevertheless, once he was relocated to London, he acquired depression. He began drawing at a young age and worked as an art dealer as a young man.

He underwent a conversion to religion and later worked as a minister for a Protestant church in the southern area of Belgium. After moving back home with his parents in 1881, he continued to have difficulty maintaining his health and spent the majority of his time alone himself until he started painting. The two of them kept up an intensive written relationship with one another, and he received financial help from his younger brother Theo, who was also his main source of financial support.

His early works, which mostly comprised of still lifes and depictions of peasant laborers, exhibited little traces of the dazzling color that came to characterize his later work. These early works were predominantly composed of still lifes. His later work is what has gained recognition for its unique qualities. After relocating to Paris in 1886, he became acquainted with other members of the avant-garde, such as Émile Bernard and Paul Gauguin, who were creating a sensibility that was in opposition to that of the Impressionists.

Van Gogh Art On Artabys:

Vincent van Gogh Irises Framed Poster

In the course of his professional development, he came up with an innovative approach to painting landscapes and still lifes. His paintings became more brilliant as he developed a style that reached its zenith during the time he spent in Arles, which is located in the south of France in the year 1888. This was also the year that he spent the most time there. During this time, he broadened his subject matter by painting a series of canvases that featured a variety of subjects, such as sunflowers, wheat fields, and olive trees.

Van Gogh suffered from psychotic episodes and delusions, and despite the fact that he was concerned about his mental stability, he regularly disregarded his physical health, did not eat well, and drank heavily. In addition, he was afflicted with a mental illness known as schizophrenia. In addition to that, he had issues with alcoholism.

After an altercation between the two painters, which led in Van Gogh slicing a portion of his own left ear with a razor in a fit of fury, the friendship between the two artists came to an end. The incident occurred after Van Gogh severed a portion of his own left ear. Following that, he admitted himself to a number of different psychiatric hospitals, one of which was Saint Rémy, and resided there for a while. After going to the Auberge Ravoux in Auvers-sur-Oise, which is located near to Paris, he started receiving therapy from the homeopathic physician Paul Gachet. This came after he had himself discharged from the hospital and moved there. On July 27, 1890, it is believed that Vincent van Gogh took his own life by shooting himself in the chest with a revolver due to the fact that his depression did not improve. Two days after he was injured, he passed away as a result of his injuries.

Van Gogh Art On Artabys:

Vincent van Gogh Café Terrace at Night Framed Poster

Van Gogh’s paintings did not sell throughout his lifetime, a period in which he was primarily viewed as a lunatic and a failure. Despite the fact that certain collectors recognized the value of his work, however, Van Gogh’s paintings did not sell during his lifetime. After his death, people began to view him as a misunderstood genius, which was the beginning of his popularity and led to the transformation that occurred in their minds when he was remembered.

At the beginning of the 20th century, members of the Fauve movement and German Expressionists began to incorporate components of his style into their own work, which led to a rise in his notoriety. In the decades that followed, he was a huge critical and economic success, and he is now known as an influential but sad painter whose damaged personality exemplifies the romantic ideal of the tormented artist. In the decades that followed, he was a huge success in terms of both economics and criticism. His works can be found in a variety of public and private collections across the globe.

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, which bears his name, houses the largest collection of the artist’s paintings and drawings anywhere in the world. This museum was established to honor his legacy. The paintings that Van Gogh created are now considered some of the most valuable works of art that have ever been put up for auction anywhere in the world.

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