What does Ilya Repin’s Ivan the Terrible and Rembrandt’s Prodigal Son have in common? – the Cave of Apelles

What does Ilya Repin’s Ivan the Terrible and Rembrandt’s Prodigal Son have in common?

This lecture focuses on Ilya Repin’s “Ivan the Terrible” and Rembrandt’s “The Return of the Prodigal Son”. How do these paintings excellently convey the feelings of pity and suffering?

MASTERCLASS is a new series of lectures on painting technique by the Cave of Apelles’ host Jan-Ove Tuv.

Jan-Ove Tuv explains the techniques that improve the storytelling in Rembrandt’s Prodigal Son.

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METİN
1 month ago

Where Will the Art World Be in 2050?ı want to answer your qouestion…

not only 2050 real art will be end of the our world,but teknolojik works day by day will be trashs…