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Great Finnish contemporary visual artists and their paintings.
Heikki Marila, Finland, Kukat XV, painting, 2009

Heikki Marila, Finland, Kukat XV, painting, 2009

Stiina Saaristo, Piirustus pettymyksestä, 2012 - a pencil drawing, size 285 x 300 cm!

Stiina Saaristo, Piirustus pettymyksestä, 2012 - a pencil drawing, size 285 x 300 cm!

Stiina Saaristo, Tyttöjen välisestä ystävyydestä, 2003

Stiina Saaristo, Tyttöjen välisestä ystävyydestä, 2003

Petri Ala-Maunus, Nightclubbing in Never-never Land, 2013

Petri Ala-Maunus, Nightclubbing in Never-never Land, 2013

Petri Ala-Maunus: La-La Land Finland

Petri Ala-Maunus: La-La Land Finland

Kati Immonen is reinventing watercolour painting as a medium for contemporary art. Immonen recognize...

Kati Immonen is reinventing watercolour painting as a medium for contemporary art. Immonen recognize...

Emma Ainala, Helmasynti, 2012

Emma Ainala, Helmasynti, 2012

Emma Ainala, Healing Machine, 2016

Emma Ainala, Healing Machine, 2016

Emma Ainala, American Cocker Spaniel, 2014

Emma Ainala, American Cocker Spaniel, 2014


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Samuli Heimonen, Luotsi / Pilot 2012

Samuli Heimonen, Luotsi / Pilot 2012

Wikipedia Picture of the Day: The Ninth : The Ninth Wave is an oil painting on canvas completed by the Russian Armenian marine painter Ivan Aivazovsky in 1850. It depicts a sea after a night storm and people facing death attempting to save themselves by clinging to debris from a wrecked ship. The title refers to a belief that waves grow increasingly larger until the largest wave, the ninth (or tenth) wave.

Wikipedia Picture of the Day: The Ninth Wave

Wikipedia Picture of the Day: The Ninth : The Ninth Wave is an oil painting on canvas completed by the Russian Armenian marine painter Ivan Aivazovsky in 1850. It depicts a sea after a night storm and people facing death attempting to save themselves by clinging to debris from a wrecked ship. The title refers to a belief that waves grow increasingly larger until the largest wave, the ninth (or tenth) wave.

Le Bûlow - (Ivan Aivazovsky)

Le Bûlow - (Ivan Aivazovsky)

Joseph William Turner (1775-1851), Wreckers Coast of Northumberland - 1836

Joseph William Turner (1775-1851), Wreckers Coast of Northumberland - 1836

Mixed media seascapes made from the class Stormy Scenery. The class is offered by Peony and Parakeet.

Mixed media seascapes made from the class Stormy Scenery. The class is offered by Peony and Parakeet.

Russian Painter: Ivan Aivazovsky - 'Ocean'

Russian Painter: Ivan Aivazovsky - 'Ocean'

Petri Ala-Maunus, Jungle Fever

Petri Ala-Maunus, Jungle Fever

Ran Ortner, Element No. 5

Ran Ortner, Element No. 5

Sam Laufer, Abstract landscape of a canyon and orange sea

Sam Laufer, Abstract landscape of a canyon and orange sea

Crystal Saga #22 by Moebius

Crystal Saga #22 by Moebius

Mr. Born To Lose

Mr. Born To Lose

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Moebius – Ilustraciones

Moebius – Ilustraciones

love the colors

love the colors

Digital Paintings by 非(hi). *非(hi) is a Tokyo-based artist whose digital paintings depict mostly gaunt young men in surreal states of mental anguish or physical injury. His subjects are inspired by niche models, such as Jacob Morton, whose pictures he gathers off the internet.

Digital Paintings by 非(hi). *非(hi) is a Tokyo-based artist whose digital paintings depict mostly gaunt young men in surreal states of mental anguish or physical injury. His subjects are inspired by niche models, such as Jacob Morton, whose pictures he gathers off the internet.