Have you heard of the French painter Ernest Meissonier? The reverse is also true, with Vincent van Gogh. Looking at famous paintings past and present can teach you many things, including composition and handling of paint. Though probably the most important lesson is that you should ultimately paint for yourself, not for a market or posterity. As the photo shows, it's a huge painting: xcm x". Rembrandt finished it in
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It was featured on the August issue of the French weekly journal Les Lettres Francaises in celebration of the th anniversary of the first part of Cervantes's Don Quixote. The painting is of Don Quixote de la Mancha, his horse Rocinante, his squire Sancho Panza and his donkey Dapple, the sun, and several windmills. The bold lines, almost scribbles, that compose the figures are stark against a plain, white background. The figures are almost laconic and deformed, and are dramatic. Sancho Panza looks up at a tall, elongated, gaunt Don Quixote, who, in return, gazes forward.
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By Daily Mail Reporter. But experts believe they are more scientific fact than science fiction — with Earth overdue a mass extinction event for more than 30million years. They have worked out that catastrophic global incidents come roughly every 27million years. And with the last mass extinction 66million years ago — when dinosaurs were wiped out by an asteroid or comet — they reckon Earth could be on borrowed time. Experts believe doomsday scenarios are more scientific fact than science fiction — with Earth overdue a mass extinction event for more than 30million years.
By Luke May For Mailonline. The organiser of Clap for Carers is calling for a return to the weekly round of applause during England's third national lockdown - starting from 8pm tomorrow. Annemarie Plas, from South London, helped Britain thank NHS workers and carers during the first weeks of the coronavirus pandemic, with rounds of applause taking place for 10 weeks. The Dutch yoga teacher silenced applause at the end of May, saying she feared it had become 'politicised'.