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2 0f 3 David Hockney, The Lost Secrets of the Old Masters: camera lucida obscura
Learn more at https://drawlucy.com/pages/history This is a very interesting interview with David Hockney, where he explains and demonstrates the use of camera obscuras and camera lucidas in the artwork of the Old Masters chronicled in his book Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters. 2 of 3
David Hockney on Vincent van Gogh | FULL INTERVIEW
From 1 March, the colossal works of David Hockney will be on display in the Netherlands. For the first time, this spectacular exhibition offers an extensive and colourful exploration of the common ground between the work of Vincent van Gogh and David Hockney. Hockney: ‘His paintings are full of movement. What people love about Van Gogh’s paintings is that all the brush marks are visible and you can see how they are painted. When you’re drawing one blade of grass you’re looking and then you see more. And then you see the other blades of grass and you’re always seeing more. Well, that’s exciting to me and it was exciting to Van Gogh. I mean, he saw very clearly’. ‘The world is colourful. It is beautiful, I think. Nature is great. Van Gogh worshipped nature. He might have been miserable, but that doesn’t show in his work. There are always things that will try to pull you down. But we should be joyful in looking at the world’. - David Hockney - Production: Mals Media Director: Kay Lindhout Interview: Else Siemerink Production: Anna Jordans & Else Siemerink DOP: Victor Horstink Edit: Tobias Cornelissen Sound: Koos van der Vaart Music: Arling & Cameron / Modern Day Composers Translation: Joey Meeuwisse Online edit & color grading: SALT Amsterdam Audio post processing: Bob Kommer Studio’s Licensed materials courtesy of: “David Hockney: A Bigger Picture” (2009) a film by Bruno Wollheim, Coluga Pictures. “Love's Presentation" (1966) a film by James Scott, courtesy James Scott. “A Bigger Splash" (1974) a film by Jack Hazan, courtesy Buzzy Enterprises Limited. “I assume the best work is yet to come’: David Hockney” (1980) Newsnight archives. With thanks to David Hockney, the David Hockney Foundation, David Hockney inc. Van Gogh Museum, 2019
Views: 193607 Van Gogh Museum
Documental "Johannes Vermeer" (Carlos Isas Guillou)
"La sombra, oculta. La luz, desvela. Juntas narran casi sin necesidad de diálogos", dice el artista madrileño, Guillermo Fernández-Díez. Y Johannes Vermeer, uno de los mejores pintores holandeses de siglo XVII, supo interpretar la luz de forma impecable.
Views: 20580 Carlos Isas Guillou
David Hockney - full Channel 4 News interview
Artist David Hockney speaks to Channel 4 News Culture Editor Matthew Cain about his life in Yorkshire and Los Angeles as a major new show, A Bigger Picture, opens at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Views: 62739 Channel 4 News
SFI Community Lecture  Tim Jenison
Painting and Optics in the 17th Century: A discussion of "Tim's Vermeer" What makes Vermeer a great artist? Some would say that Vermeer’s use of color sets him apart, that his unabashed use of expensive and natural pigments resulted in rich expressions of everyday life, more beautiful and perfect than the thing itself. Some say that it was his innate capacity to achieve uncanny realism without any formal training, whatsoever. Others will argue that his poetic use of light and shadow to highlight certain compositional elements makes him unique. Tim Jenison will tell you that Vermeer was a great artist because he utilized a system of optical technologies to create his works. The documentary “Tim’s Vermeer” follows Tim Jenison’s obsessive pursuit to prove that Vermeer’s works were a product of scientific innovation, a claim that has caused quite a stir in the art world. After the special screening, the producer of “Tim’s Vermeer,” Farley Ziegler, Tim Jenison himself, and SFI Professor Jessica Flack discuss the film, the space for science in and around art, and what constitutes a real painting. (Due to copyright, video from this community lecture does not include footage from the documentary. "Tim's Vermeer" can be rented or purchased through Amazon instant video). About Tim Jenison Considered the visionary force behind the desktop video revolution, Tim Jenison was an early personal computer enthusiast, seeing their potential to integrate his many passions: electronics, music, film, and video. Jenison recently attempted to solve one of the greatest mysteries in all art, and that historic research project is now the subject of the acclaimed documentary, "Tim's Vermeer." About Farley Ziegler The Wall Street Journal called Farley Ziegler’s "Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art" “among the great art documentaries of the past half-century.” "Tim's Vermeer" is the latest in a long string of Ziegler’s award-winning productions, including Penn Jillette’s hit comedy "The Aristocrats" and a collaboration with Peabody-award winning monologist Joe Frank. SFI’s 2017 Community Lecture Series is supported by Thornburg Investment Management, with additional support provided by The Lensic Performing Arts Center.
Views: 2061 Santa Fe Institute
Conserving Old Master Drawings: A Balancing Act
A fundamental role of a museum is to care for its collection and preserve it for future generations. European drawings from the 1300s to the late 1800s, or old master drawings, are particularly vulnerable--they are on paper and hundreds of years old. A paper conservator must find the balance between maintaining the historical integrity of the drawing while preserving the appearance intended by the artist. Watch a Getty conservator analyze and treat a drawing using a variety of techniques in this short video. Love art? Follow us on Google+ to stay in touch: http://bit.ly/gettygoogleplus Download video (ZIP files): HD 480p (MOV 108 MB) -- http://bit.ly/b2yDDd HD 720p (MOV 268 MB) -- http://bit.ly/c7shsx iPod/iPhone/iPad (M4V 49 MB) -- http://bit.ly/bsIjGk Related exhibition: http://bit.ly/gXNXNI #artconservation #gettyconservation #gettymuseum
Views: 116911 Getty Museum
Bryan Appleyard Interviews David Hockney 1
Talking to David Hockney about painting on his iPad at his home in Bridlington, Yorkshire.
Views: 12711 MrBryanappleyard
zero degrees - Akram Khan and Sidi Larbi
zero degrees is a remarkable collaboration between four of today's most respected artists. Moroccan-Flemish SIDI LARBI CHERKAOUI is well known for his work with Les Ballets C. de la B. while AKRAM KHAN is world renowned for developing his own 'contemporary Kathak' style, winning numerous awards. For zero degrees they bring their unique styles together in this spellbinding piece of dance. Mercury Award winning composer/producer NITIN SAWHNEY adds his own East-meets-West sound with a specially commissioned score played live by four musicians, and Turner Prize winner ANTONY GORMLEY has contributed the staging - two life-size casts of the dancers. zero degrees explores borders - between countries, cultures and, most importantly, between life and death. It challenges, prompts and inspires, in a seamless fusion of dance styles, music and contemporary art. Recorded live at Sadler's Wells Theatre, London Now available on DVD. For further information please visit www.ax1entertainment.com
Views: 368792 AX1 Entertainment
Escena sobre la cámara oscura "La joven de la perla"
fragmento de la película "La joven de la perla" en la que Vermeer le explica a Griet cómo funciona una cámara oscura
Views: 19644 Desiderataproyectos
The Culture Show, Royal Academy 2012
Scott Mead, Veda Hallowes, Liane Lang among others feature on the Culture Show. Alastair Sooke visits the Royal Academy, 15 June 2012.
Views: 19636 Filmette
Jeremy Isaacs talks to David Hockney (Face To Face, 1993)
The Late Show: Face To Face, 10/11/1993. Not my copyright (obviously), just sharing found ephemera.
Views: 3462 ppotter
Art Reproduction (Caravaggio - The Betrayal of Christ) Hand-Painted Step by Step
Step by Step Hand-Painted Art Reproduction with Oil on Canvas Performer: https://www.TOPofART.com Art Reproductions Studio Painting Title: The Betrayal of Christ (Taking of Christ), 1602 Artist: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio Location: National Gallery, Dublin, Ireland Art Movement: Baroque You can order museum-quality hand-painted reproduction of "The Betrayal of Christ" at the following URL: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Caravaggio/art-reproduction/2790/The-Betrayal-of-Christ-Taking-of-Christ-.php Your "The Betrayal of Christ" will be painted by the same artist from the video. You can see other paintings by Caravaggio at the following gallery: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Caravaggio/ #Caravaggio #Baroque #Taking #Christ #Betrayal #OilPainting #Art #Painting #HomeDecor #InteriorDecor #TOPofART
Billy Pappas , Waiting For Hockney ,Tribeca Film Festival
Billy Pappas at 38 yrs-old, aspiring artist is the ultimate dreamer. Billy Pappas spent 10 years meticulously drawing his masterpiece in his parents' attic-and the success or failure he believes hinges on his ability to show his work to David Hockney
Views: 3439 Gordon Vasquez
David Hockney, The Lost Secrets of the Old Masters: camera lucida obscura
Learn more at https://drawlucy.com/pages/history A Very interesting interview with David Hockney, where he explains and demonstrates the use of camera obscuras and camera lucidas in the artwork of the Old Masters chronicled in his book Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters.
David Hockney Interview: Photoshop is Boring
In this video David Hockney meditates on the concept of seeing. Of depicting spring, of Picasso's owl that thrills us, of Photoshop and of comparing seat belts and bondage. David Hockney was invited to the launch of Photoshop in Silicon Valley because of his interest in photography. Photoshop has made a lot of magazines look similar and more and more boring, he says. There is more owlness in Picasso's owl than in a stuffed owl because it is an account of a human being looking on an owl. Interviewed by Christian Lund, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2011. Camera: Martin Kogi Produced by: Martin Kogi and Christian Lund, 2012 Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Supported by Nordea-fonden
Views: 113426 Louisiana Channel
Vermeer's Camera and Tim's Vermeer
Prof Philip Steadman, UCL Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources In 2001, Philip Steadman published a book, Vermeer’s Camera, about the Dutch painter’s use of the camera obscura – the predecessor of the photographic camera. The book inspired engineer Tim Jenison to rebuild Vermeer’s studio and ‘paint a Vermeer’ using optical methods. The process was recorded in the Oscar-nominated film Tim’s Vermeer.
Views: 119929 UCL Lunch Hour Lectures
David Hockney OM, CH, RA  artist
David Hockney, OM, CH, RA (born 9th July 1937) is an English painter, draftsman, printmaker, stage designer and photographer. An important contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. Hockney has owned a home and studio in Bridlington, London, and two residences in California, where he has lived on and off since 1964: one in the Hollywood Hills, one in Malibu, and an office and archives on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, California.
Views: 3043 George Pollen
Painting Old masters, part 5 Misting
Painting old Masters, https://www.thelittlegatehousegallery.com/
Views: 83134 Ronnie Ryan
David Hockney Answers Your Questions | TateShots
For a new series, the legendary David Hockney invited us into his studio for a chat. But in a twist, it wasn't TateShots asking the questions. Instead, we got you, loyal viewers, to do the hard work for us via the medium of Twitter. Is he a geek? Does he like swimming? What does he think of the credit crunch? All will be revealed. Thanks to all who submitted questions (sorry that we couldn't get through them all). Find out more about David Hockney: https://goo.gl/FgvPWm
Views: 41009 Tate
David Hockney's Pearblossom Hwy
Where do artists get their ideas? What is perspective? How can photography be like drawing or painting? David Hockney touches on these and other issues while discussing the making of his photographic collage Pearblossom Hwy in this video. Love art? Follow us on Google+ to stay in touch: http://bit.ly/gettygoogleplus #photography #gettyphotography #gettymuseum
Views: 49334 Getty Museum
iPhone Finger-painter David Hockney in Studio Q
http://www.cbc.ca/Q In the 20th century, pop-art painter David Hockney was probably best known for his painting for L.A. swimming pools. In the 21st century though, he is on the front lines of digital art with his work on iPhones and iPads.
Views: 28981 q on cbc
Drawing Techniques Revealed: Perfect Proportion Every Time.
Drawing Techniques Get Your Free Video Lesson at: http://www.DrawingWithConfidence.com/Drawing-Techniques To Get Tips On Drawing Techniques. Watch this free video lesson to learn fun and simple drawing techniques. Portrait drawing techniques create the foundation for realistic art. This drawing lesson uncovers a step by step drawing technique to improve your results. You'll watch a series of introductory drawing techniques that hundreds of people have improved from. It's for any age, and really fun. Drawing will seem fun and easy once you understand these simple yet powerful drawing techniques. Use both pencil or charcoal drawing techniques to draw figures, portraits, and still lifes. Drawing Techniques http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsIq01x6wSk Have a look at the full course and your free video lessons at: http://www.DrawingWithConfidence.com/Drawing-Techniques Drawing Techniques
Views: 64025 EvanPeelle
NO1 Leaf Oil Painting
ボブロス画法で描くバラの花の描き方(No1葉) 下塗り LO 葉SG+UMB Bob Ross Painting Flower (NO1Leaf) www.ne.jp/asahi/nakayama/art/
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David Hockney Royal Academy 2012
http://www.artlyst.com talks to Curator Marco Livingstone about Hockney's latest exhibition of Landscapes which runs from 21 January until 9 April 2012
Views: 44334 Artlyst
Peter Doig at Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
http://www.vernissage.tv | The Peter Doig retrospective at Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, offers a comprehensive overview of the artists' work. On display are 50 paintings, a group of works on paper, and about 130 painted film posters. The show spans 20 years, from Peter Doig's Hitch Hiker (1989-90) to his Man Dressed as Bat (2007). This video provides you with an exhibition walk-through, and Dorothea Apovnik (head of press at Schirn) gives an introduction to the show. Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. October 10, 2008.
Views: 33199 VernissageTV
David Hockney: 'When I paint, I feel I'm 30'
He's one of the world's most influential artists and at 77, David Hockney doesn't appear to be planning to retire any time soon. Jon Snow asked him about his use of photography together with paint in his new show. .Sign up for Snowmail, your daily preview of what is on Channel 4 News, sent straight to your inbox, here: http://mailing.channel4.com/public/snowmail/remotebox.jsp Missed Channel 4 News? Catch up on the last seven days here: http://www.channel4.com/news/catch-up/ Channel 4 News weather forecast, with Liam Dutton: http://www.channel4.com/weather/ All the latest blog posts from the Channel 4 News on-screen talent: http://blogs.channel4.com/news/
Views: 62797 Channel 4 News
Memo to Hockney: Why artists didn’t use the camera obscura
Debunking the myth of old master technology. #Painting #Optics #Hockney #Vermeer #arthistory #technique #perception #perspective #drawing #art #projection #cameraobscura #baroque #renaissance #DavidHockney #NationalGalleryVictoria #MonashUniversity #Monash
Views: 3583 Robert Nelson
David Hockney reflects on the exhibition DAVID HOCKNEY: CURRENT
This wide-reaching interview with David Hockney has been filmed especially for the exhibition: David Hockney: Current Displaying his characteristic wit, the artist himself provides critical insights into the experience of the exhibition and reflects on his working methods, his views on art and art history and on the many bodies of work on display.
Views: 72029 NGV Melbourne
Jan Vermeer and the Camera Obscura
It has often been said that Jan Vermeer used a camera obscura to capture perspective in his paintings. Here is a short clip investigating whether this was true or not. Music: Marc Koch - Open MInd
Views: 64537 RedCityProjects
David Hockney at the Royal Academy, London
David Hockney at the Royal Academy London.
Views: 110330 ArtGalleryTV
On the Use of Optical Devices by Renaissance Painters - Part 1 of 5
Learn more about the Sunday at the Met lecture series: http://www.metmuseum.org/events/lectures Part of the World Science Festival held in New York City from May 28--June 1, 2008, the afternoon program explores the fascinating relationship between science and art. World-renowned scientists, including researchers from the Met and from Harvard University, a Nobel Laureate chemist, and a physicist, give talks concerning the application of scientific research on works of art. Marco Leona, David H. Koch Scientist in Charge, Department of Scientific Research, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, introduces the program. Learn more about the World Science Festival: http://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ On the Use of Optical Devices by Renaissance Painters Charles M. Falco, professor, College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona
Views: 17262 The Met
David Hockney on perspective and looking
David Hockney discusses perspective and looking.
Views: 37337 jackschulze
Hockney Official Trailer 1 (2016) - David Hockney Documentary HD
Hockney Official Trailer 1 (2016) - David Hockney Documentary HD Subscribe to INDIE & FILM FESTIVALS: http://bit.ly/1wbkfYg Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Like us on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/1QyRMsE Follow us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Hockney sees the charismatic artist take director Randall Wright on an exclusive tour of his archives and into his studio, where he still paints seven days a week. The film, which looks back at Hockney's formative years in the British Pop Art scene and his experience of being a gay man as the Aids crisis took hold, as well as his years working in California. You're quite the artsy one, aren't you? Fandango MOVIECLIPS FILM FESTIVALS & INDIE TRAILERS is the destination for...well, all things related to Film Festivals & Indie Films. If you want to keep up with the latest festival news, art house openings, indie movie content, film reviews, and so much more, then you have found the right channel.
Views: 26700 Movieclips Indie
David Hockney: The East Yorkshire Landscape
Video tour of David Hockney: The East Yorkshire Landscape at L.A. Louver gallery, 9 February - 24 March 2007. http://www.lalouver.com/html/exhibition.cfm?tExhibition_id=487
Views: 30566 L.A. LOUVER
Use the Old Masters' Secret Device: Camera Lucidas by Ancient Magic Art Tools
Buy and find out more: http://GetLUCID-Art.com Meet the LUCID-Art and LUCY the Old masters' secret tools revamped for today's artists!
The LUCID-Art camera lucida Drawing / Painting Tool
http://AncientMagicArtTools.com Video demonstration and explanation of the LUCID-Art camera lucida drawing and painting tool.
David Hockney et les Époux Arnolfini de Jan Van Eyck.avi
L'artiste anglais David Hockney montre comment Jan Van Eyck a utilisé un miroir concave pour dessiner le lustre présent dans le tableau "Les époux Arnolfini".
Views: 3325 MrAsherix
David Hockney on Photography & Other Matters (Secret Knowledge)
David Hockney Documentary - A proper heavyweight in the Arts. Have a look at my other uploads.
Views: 99913 Alan Whicker
David Hockney - Pleasures of the eye (part 5/6)
David Hockney's Pleasures of the eye - I piaceri dell'occhio
Views: 6034 Salvo Ognibene
My new Camera Obscura
A brief film demonstrating a camera obscura I built recently
Views: 77452 Jon Legge
Secrets of the Masters - end part
His website : http://jos.pilsje.net/fr/ Enter the universe of classic painting by learning the Dutch technique of the 17th century. 1) A step by step approach to make a good oil painting, from A to Z, in order to guide you in the process of acquiring the classic techniques. 2) A more profound thematic study (Composition, Light, Colors, Materials, Useful Tips) misxing theory and practice. Being used to teaching his art, Joss Vand e Ven provides, in this in teractive DVD, a practical and didactic approach to classic painting with oils. www.joss-art.com
Views: 223914 Nadia Van de Ven
Camera Lucida iPad App Demo - Graphite Portrait
If you can trace, then you can draw! Watch as a portrait comes to life. Yes, you can do this too!. Now available for Android! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.arlucida.arlucida
Views: 87704 CameraLucidaDemo
Live Speed Portrait Painting: "Video-Camera Obscura" (2011)
Artist Michael Markowsky paints live portraits using a video camera and projector, to create a modern-day multi-media 'camera obscura' device (what he calls a "Video-Camera Obscura"). Footage shot during the Opening Gala of the 'Drawn Festival', Vancouver, Canada (July 15, 2011). For more videos, performances and paintings please visit http://www.michaelmarkowsky.com
Views: 33453 MarkowskyArt
David Hockney - Pleasures of the eye (part 2/6)
David Hockney's Pleasures of the eye - I piaceri dell'occhio
Views: 15042 Salvo Ognibene
Apple iPad Art Exhibition in London
Art created by an Apple iPad is on display in London. Here is a preview of David Hockney's iPad paintings. WSJ's Paul Levy takes a tour with the show's curator. WSJ Video Challenge: Send us a video response w/ your own iPad art! We will post some and feature others in a video compilation. For more video, visit: www.youtube.com/wsj Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
Views: 71323 Wall Street Journal

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