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Exclamation GCSE art? - October 5th 2013, 09:17 AM

Hey,

So I'm doing GCSE art in school and this unit is on "Natural Forms"

I need to make some research pages on artists who do natural forms but I'm not really sure what artists to look at.

Any ideas?

My work is due in 21st December...

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Re: GCSE art? - October 5th 2013, 12:59 PM

Hello, I hope some of these inspire you.

Flowers: Emil Nolde (waterclour, oil painting), Ellsworth Kelly (ink drawings, printmaking etc), Imogen Cunningham (photography), Lovis Corinth (oil painting), Georgia O'Keeffe (oil paintings), Van Gogh also did paintings of flowers, e.g. sunflowers. Karl Blossfeldt (photographer, sculptor of flowers and plants), Henri Matisse, Paul Nash, Rachel Ruysch, Patrick Caulfield (printmaker)

Bones and shells: Edward Weston (photographer), Andreas Feininger (photographer)

Fruit: Paul Cezanne (painter- oils, watercolour), Juan Cotan

People & Animals: Gian Lorenzo Bernini (sculptor), Damien Hirst (did some butterfly pieces, and of course the skull), MC Escher

Landscape, trees, general natural forms etc: Andy Goldsworthy (sculptor and photographer), Peter Randall Page (sculptor, also made etchings), Yayoi Kusama (painting, collage, sculpture), Raoul Dufy (painting, drawing, illustrator, printmaking), Katsushika Hokusai (painter, printmaker)
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