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|Juliette Aristides' second book, Classical Painting Atelier , a Contemporary Guide to Traditional Studio Practice", is the book Western Culture has been waiting for."|
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|In conjunction with her first book, Classical Drawing Atelier, Ms. Aristides has created not only a major work of technical knowledge, historical enlightenment and visual beauty, but has also made a definitive case in proving that realism in art, when used to communicate shared human experience and beauty, is the highest form of visual art. Aristides' Introduction to Classical Painting Atelier will make even die-hard modernists and devotees of abstract art stop and think. Her book itself is powerful enough to change minds. The rational art lover, even if he or she remains convinced of the "greatness" of abstract art, will come to see that realism, by its very nature, is rich with meaning and purpose and is completely relevant in today's art world. And if they pride themselves on being free-thinking and democratic, they will see that realism has as much a right to be championed as modernism. Indeed, the realism of today is modern...so let the artist choose his or her tools freely...no limits.|
|Michelangelo Poetry Poster||Classical Painting Atelier by Juliette Aristides||Classical Drawing Atelier by Juliette Aristides|
|Drawing from the Figure DVD||Twilight of Painting, by R. H. Ives Gammell||The Boston Painters, 1900-1930, by R. H. Ives Gammell|
|The Oath of the Horatii, by Jacques Louis David||Portrait of Msr. Lavoissier and His Wife, by Jacques Louis David||A Dedication to Bacchus, by Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema|
|Confidences, by Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema||A Mermaid, by John William Waterhouse||Windswept, by John William Waterhouse|
|Young Lady in a Boat, by James Jacques Joseph Tissot||The Ball on Shipboard, by James Jacques Joseph Tissot||The Madonna of the Chair, by Raphael|
|The Assumption, by Titian||The Forge of the Vulcan, by Diego Rodriguez de Silva Vel_zquez||The Annunciation, by Leonardo Da Vinci|
|Oyster Gatherers of Cancale, by John Singer Sargent||Joan of Arc, by Gaston Bussiere||Conversion on the Way to Damascus, by Caravaggio|
|Calling of St. Matthew, by Caravaggio||Cliffs of the Upper Colorado River, by Thomas Moran||The Course of Empire: Consummation|
|Los Borrachos, by Diego Velasquez||The Surrender at Breda, by Diego Rodriguez de Silva Vel_zquez||Christ on the Cross, by Diego Rodriguez de Silva Velazquez|
|Saison d'Octobre:Recolte des pommes de terre by Bastien-Lepage||The School of Athens, by Raphael||The Miraculous Draught of Fishes, by Raphael|
|The Adoration of the Maji, by Diego Rodriguez de Silva Velazquez||Juan de Pareja, by Diego Rodriguez de Silva Vel_zquez||The Virgin and Child with St. Anne, by Leonardo Da Vinci|
|Perseus and the Sea Nymphs, by Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones||The Colosseum, by Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema||Spanish Dancer, by John Singer Sargent|
|The Course of Empire: Destruction||Galatea, by Raphael||View of Delft, by Johannes Vermeer|
|The Heart of the Andes, by Frederick Edwin Church||Adoration of the Child, by Correggio||A Friendly Call, by William Merritt Chase|
|Rosina, by John Singer Sargent||Villa Medici Grotto Loggia Facade, by Diego Rodriguez de Silva Vel_zquez||Rainy Season in the Tropics, by Frederick Edwin Church|
|St. Anthony Abbot and St. Paul the Hermit, by Diego Rodriguez de Silva Vel_zquez|