I try to do my best to make sure that these art pieces match with this particular artist. If someone notices a mistake please let me know and I’ll correct it. That being said I also would like to continue to improve these artists collections by continuing to add more good quality images to these posts. So if you have found any images that you think I should add feel free to let me know.
I’m completely confused on how I didn’t include Graham Turner to this collection yet. I swear I had already added him. Strange. Well better late then never. His work speaks for itself. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
This was an amazing fine. It totally side tracked my plans as I searched through the data of images to find these pieces. I have a feeling Radu Oltean has a wealth of other work that I will probably keep coming across now that I know of him. Great Stuff!!!
(c) Royal Armouries at the Tower of London; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation
I stumbled upon Ivan Lapper while researching another artist. It usually works that way. Many of these good images came from heritage sites which allowed me to compile some of these great work here for future reference.
This film is simple and good when it comes to a medieval period piece. Being shot partially on the West Coast of Ireland, and the use of multiple languages, give this story a realism that many other bigger budget films often lack. As with many movies in this genre that often have little marketing it was unknown to me until I accidentally stumbled upon it recently. I look forward to more straight forward historical dramas like this in cinema.
I have a feeling this show will be underwhelming, but of course I will watch it. Low expectations means room for surprised enjoyment. Strange that they keep reproducing this story when there are so many other epic stories of that age that people could reproduce that hold just as much if not more value to the time period and contain even greater material of interest. I wonder how hard of a sell it is to produce something new in the historical fiction genre.
Fernando G. Baptista
The Fertile Crescent was the heartland of the Neolithic Revolution.
I truly wish I could find more work by this amazing artist. I’m not completely sure that all these pieces of work are his creation alone or if it’s a team of artists at National Geographics. If you would like to keep up with what he’s doing you can check in with him here.