Traditional art has always been the source of inspiration for many artists and designers. With its conventional look and feel, it appeals your visitors and let them amaze on your creativity and artistic skills. In this post, we have piled up an inspiring list of some great Traditional art and paintings for you.
I would suggest you all to take a close look at these master pieces; as when you browse them in detail, you will notice that they are the marvel conceptions of the artist who use his skill and creativity at his best to get this amazing result! Let’s take a look and see yourself.
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Beautiful Traditional Art Paintings
My Second Sermon
Interior of a Cathedral, 1783-1852 by Samuel Prout
Snowstorm, Mont Cenis, 1820 by JMW Turner
Driving Home The Flock, 1812 by Robert Hills
Bird in natural environment
beautiful Chinese lady
The Birch Daisys
Gibside Hall, oil painting
Apple blossom from my garden
(Study of) Deja
Flower with psychedelic painting
A floral pattern with a butterfly
Floral finger painting
Tree next to a wooden house
Summer flowers painting
flock of cranes
orange paint textured background abstract handmade experimental art
vintage japanese art pattern illustration
flat lay acrylic paint background
Japanese painting japan nature traditional season
Free photo couple hand drawn with torn paper style
Woman in traditional oriental clothes walks in the dense forest.
Photo by Steve Johnson on Unsplash
Amazing i like it
Wondering if you still have "windmill" by Shonto Begay for sale? By the way I'm not a designer, my husband designs and builds bicycles tents packs and such. I am a recently retired RN and probably shouldn't even consider spending $, but...I was led here after looking up the artist when I admired the cover of Orion from October 2016.
I am captivated by his image of the truck and windmill. Thank you,paint by number kits
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How dare you call digital art traditional?
i really do love thes pix and they just bring the best in people well including myself......lol...they are truly mind blasting...
they are all awesome paintings ,welldone to their creators
Incredible amazing paintings!
Awesome paintings... I love all the collections.
stunning collections...where we can buy these paintings?
very nice good collection
Incredible!!! thanks for sharing
amazing paintings i never seen really appreciate !!!!
amazing panting ! i like !!!!
Love your blog, and posts like this really illustrate why. Thanks for sharing, and keep up the good work! mundrea.com
Love the paintings they are amaziinggg
these are absolutely amazing
Looking at fascinating paintings of Lisa Fittipaldi, will u believe that she is blind. She started painting in 1995 but her vision was constantly dropping down and after two years she was completely blind. Its simply beyond imagination that in a short period of two years, she integrate herself with this new phase of life full of darkness. Read her story
These are sooo much nicer than digital paintings. Beautiful work!
im a fan of your site but every one of these pieces is just trashy and cheap... there some others better traditional artsits to follow than this
.... traditional art or not, this was a pretty good collection of drawings anyway !! :) ;)
excellent collection. It's refreshing to find "traditional art paintings" in blogs nowadays...
some of us still love brushes and charcoals and pencils and ink...
Some amazing designs here, but they don't hold a candle to my favorite of all time, which would be that of DubLi!
I gotta say, I'm with Brien, Janos & Paul. Most of the examples fall squarely into the "book illustration" category, not fine art. They're weak on execution, draftsmanship, color use & layout.
I'm afraid I'm neither amazed nor inspired. I'm not trying to be 'snooty' either. With a BFA in drawing & painting, I can tell you most examples above would be harshly criticized in a class critique.
Very traditional and inspiring.
I liked Detail Frozen... a few others were somewhat pleasing, but I wasn't fond of the majority.
fascinating artwork and great compilation. thanks for share
The "Freed or Condemned" says a story...maybe many of you would have guessed. I have it as my desktop now...Thanks for compiling them.
I think that "Holding Up" painting pretty much sums up what the blog post is about. There's a difference between being a technically capable illustrator and being an artist.
not really my cup of tea, same as Brien
Visit some museums, watch pictures. Quality ones. Dürer, Velasquez, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, DaVinci, Monet, Pollock, whatever... Learn some art history. Fine art has some standards. These pictures are way below. Even the best one of these is just average. Most of them is crap.
Brilliant collection. "Detail Frozen" and “Turn Me- Twilight prom" looks pretty awesome.
I love it..
Amazing works of art. Thanks for the post.