Author archives: Phil Punton

  • The Hatton Gallery Living Paintings Event

  • The Historic and Mythical Imagery group recreated two beautiful Old Masters held by the Hatton Gallery in Newcastle. The two painting chosen were the 'Drunken Noah' and the 'Lamentation' displayed below. This was something a little new to our group as it was an event where the public were abl[...]
  • Bust of a man with a beard Rembrandt

  • The title says it all really this is out interpretation of one of the many portraits pained by Rembrandt. of a man with a beard the reference to bald head does help to narrow the selection down a little but we still had quite a few portraits to choose from. Our interpretation The Origi[...]
  • Portrait of a young girl Alexei Harlamoff

  • A Harlamoff learned his skills copying old master paintings such as Rembrandt's Anatomy Lessons. He painted many military scene's and covered religious subjects in his early years. When his career evolved he became a respected portrait painter with important sitters as Tsar Alexander II, Prince [...]
  • The last supper

  • Text required Our Interpretation The Last Supper is a late 15th-century mural painting by Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci housed by the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy. It is one of the western world's most recognizable paintings. The original [...]
  • Macbeth Witches Victoria Francis

  • Victoria Franc├ęs and her popular style are inspired by the Gothic movement, and her work is considered a model to follow in terms of illustration within this genre: ghostly women wearing long dresses with vampirical attributes. Her illustrations tend to depict solitary characters, young women or co[...]