jeudi 30 avril 2015

The Correlation Of Love And Art

By Emily Sigidson

Love and art are two words that are interwoven across many different spectrums. Art is a talent that is displayed through love of the craft. It can be an inspiration in both a positive and negative form that makes way for some of the world's most incredible paintings.

A universal emotion will always be love. From the passion of a lover, to the tenderness of a mother, there are multiple depths and feelings related to this emotion. This is perhaps the reason why this type of art is so sought out by the art world.

It is because of this grand emotion, that many artists have found the inspiration necessary to capture and relay their feelings into some of the most famous paintings the world has known. This feeling has been celebrated throughout history through many different channels. From watercolor to street art, the expressions of love have proven timeless.

Artists will be the first ones to celebrate the impact of love into their artwork. They recognize its significance in their life and the lives of their viewers. It is because of this universal feeling that it is so important for it to be expressed through art.

It is a wonderful happening when an artist is able to channel and present a familiar memory or emotion for a viewer and allow it to affect them on a deeper level. It is no secret that this timeless feeling will be around as long as we are. And for this reason, it will continue to be showcased in wonderful works of art.

There are many famous quotes from artists who recognize the impact of love on art and celebrate it whenever possible. Here is one of our favorite quotes:

"If I could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint." Edward Hopper

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