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Peace art

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Friedrich HEYSER (1857-1921) ✿ | Catherine La Rose ~ The Poet of Painting

Fosse… anche l’unico canto libero di Ophelia lasciami sfumare così infiorata di mia follia in assolo del fato che mi trascina via... ~ Catherine La Rose© ~ Friedrich Wilhelm Theodor Heyser was a German painter from Gnoien/Dresden. He began studying at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts under Leon Pohle and Paul Mohn. After initially spending three years in Dresden, he attended the Kunsthochschule in Karlsruhe and then the Académie Julian in Paris. After completing his studies Heyser devoted…

PLEASE NOTE: these artworks are created digitally. The artwork is printed on white archival matte paper and the 'pulpy paper texture' is a printed onto the white paper. Shipping Info: Please allow 7-10 days (14 for international orders)for prints larger than 11" to arrive. Tracking will be sent via 'Picture Salon' when

PLEASE NOTE: these artworks are created digitally. The artwork is printed on white archival matte paper and the 'pulpy paper texture' is printed onto the white paper.

see the music copyright howie green Connecting to my Design period, this shows themes associated around the Pop Era (love, music, peace) Elements: Color, Shape, Point Principles: Hierarchy, Ground,                                                                                                                                                      Más

see the music copyright howie green Connecting to my Design period, this shows themes associated around the Pop Era (love, music, peace) Elements: Color, Shape, Point Principles: Hierarchy, Ground, Más

Creator Spirit all Divine, Come, visit every soul of Thine,And fill with Thy celestial flameThe hearts which Thou Thyself didst frame.

Creator Spirit all Divine, Come, visit every soul of Thine, And fill with Thy celestial flame The hearts which Thou Thyself didst frame.