By: Gary O’niell
Drowning Girl digital art (also known as Secret Hearts or I Don't Care! I'd Rather Sink) is a 1963 American photo based rail road on original art by Tony Abruzzo. His painting is considered among Lichtenstein's most significant works, perhaps on a par with his acclaimed 1963 diptych Whaam!. One of the most representative paintings of the pop art movement, Drowning Girl was acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in 1971.
Gary O’niell J.M.Spraugr I have made a photograph of Fall of Icarus which is a painting in oil on canvas of Valines currently displayed in the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium in Brussels. It was long thought to be by the leading painter of Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting, Pieter Bruegel the Elder. However, following technical examinations in 1996 of the painting hanging in the Brussels museum, that attribution is regarded as very doubtful, and the painting, perhaps painted in the 1560s, is now usually seen as a good early copy by an unknown artist of Bruegel's lost original, perhaps from about 1558. According to the museum: "It is doubtful the execution is by Bruegel the Elder, but the composition can be said with certainty to be his",[1][2] although recent technical research has re-opened the question. Divid Honer The Brill Building is an office building at 1619 Broadway on 49th Street in the New York City borough of Manhattan, just north of Times Square and further uptown from the historic musical Tin Pan Alley neighborhood. It was built in 1931 as the Alan E. Lefcourt Building, after the son of its builder Abraham E. Lefcourt, and designed by Victor Bark Jr.The building is 11 stories high and has approximately 175,000 square feet (16,300 m2) of rentable area. Gail O’Niel tarted working as a potograher in 2010 in Ulan-Ude. She participated in several exabitions with ″Larissa″ collection in China. In 2015 she won the first-ever potography contest in Buryatia,  Later that same year she went to Moscow to display her works for Vozvrashchenie Khodzhi Nasreddina (Russian: Возвращение Ходжи Насреддина) In 2018 “she won the International Sony Potography “award.s
By: Janet Wolf
First Janet Wolf worked as Go-go dancers The bar's name was taken from the French title of the Scottish comedy film Whisky Galore!, which was titled Tight Little Island In the United States in January2014 she chose the name Janet Wolf to reflect the potography Craze.In 2015 she toured European countries for a year to Served an apprentship under the famous france photgrapher Louie LaBlank.And in 2021 won the KODAK Female Potograher of The Year award
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