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What are some paintings that would be considered the best of all time that a teenager might like?

What are some paintings that would be considered the best of all time that a teenager might like? Topic: The sistine chapel paintings
July 20, 2019 / By Gilead
Question: It could range anywhere from nature to the Sistine Chapel or if it's hand drawn that would be wonderful too. Thanks ahead of time!
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Donnie Donnie | 6 days ago
Gotta Dance has some excellent answers. Here are some others you might like as well: - "The Raft of the Medusa", by Theodore Gericault - "The Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli - "Lamia" by John William Waterhouse - "Ophelia" by Odilon Redon - "At the Moulin Rouge" by Henri de Tolouse-Lautrec - "The Kiss" by Gustave Klimt
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Donnie Originally Answered: How can i protect my art work/paintings from Copyright?
You own your copyright. To enforce it you may request that others refrain from putting unauthorized copies on any website, under DMCA. To enforce it in court, you would need to register your copyright in the USA. Most other countries have no possible way to register, since it's not required and is irrelevant to who owns the original rights. So, if you're suing in some other country you would need to hire an attorney who knows those local laws. The information about "how to copyright works of art", suggested above, is misleading. NOTHING you file in the US Copyright Office gives you the copyright -- you already have that. You're simply filing for a certificate of registration, showing that you claim to be the artist and owner. They do not know who you are or what you wrote and almost certainly won't examine it in any detail. Be sure to put a copyright notice of some sort on all of your works, both a visible one and another one that only you know about and can be used to prove someone has misappropriated your works and removed your copyright notice (which is worth a $25,000 fine), under US laws. 17 USC Chapter 22.
Donnie Originally Answered: How can i protect my art work/paintings from Copyright?
Just creating it makes the copyright. You can spend thousands of dollars on a useless copyright if you wish. Or you can just document the fact you created it.
Donnie Originally Answered: How can i protect my art work/paintings from Copyright?
Your work is copyrighted when you create it. The best proof is if you have the original or a record that you sold it. You can register your work with the U.S. copyright for extra protection at http://www.copyright.gov/

Branden Branden
Hieronymus Bosch (vividly grotesque psycho-sexual surrealism) Bruegel the elder (colorful, jam-packed, humorous views of medieval life) Hokusai (elegant and exotic natural beauty) Henri Rousseau (haunted, "naive" dreamlike jungle imagery) Frieda Kahlo (exotic, hallucinatory spiritual exploration) Adolph Wolfli (history's formost "outsider" artist, astonishingly "insane" images) Henry Darger (another "outsider" who produced dreamlike scenes of girl scouts at war with evildoers) Egon Schiele (very poetic and also very sexy figure studies of young men and women) Irving Norman (underrated 20th century painter of fantastically detailed apocalyptic visions) The cave paintings at Lascaux (fascinating simply because they are among the oldest human artifacts in existence)
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Branden Originally Answered: Is there a copyright of Raphael, Michelangelo, etc paintings? Is it legal to produce postcards?
those ancient works of art are (contrary to popular belief) not copyrighted. However, photographs of those works of art are, and permission to use those photographs or to publish your own photographs (if you laughably think you could take a decent one without a studio) are strictly with the guardian of the object. These guardians (museums, the state) need the revenue from reproductions of these items to survive. If you are planning on profitting from selling images without permission, you are doing a very BAD THING! BTW. If you read a scholarly book about any of those artists, the locations of the photographic sources will also be creditted. Contact the licensing department of these museums if you have a business opportunity to pitch.
Branden Originally Answered: Is there a copyright of Raphael, Michelangelo, etc paintings? Is it legal to produce postcards?
Art collelctors and Art Museums will have a word with you. They have paid thousands to have all the rights to the artwork and viewing rights to show you. There are artest who are allowed to copy the art but it must be a fraction larger than the original and a copy only in terms of learning how to paint and reconstruct only parts of the art in learning from the masters. There is not a free domain on art. The book I am reading is Michelangelo and the Pope's Ceiling. I feel it is a beautiful color picture of the ceiling I wish I could see in person and how the 3D affect would make the people call him a demon and want to kill him the way he made the art jump out at you and the eyes move he was all into anatomy and math and he did sculpture so when they saw this ceiling for the first time it was like BAM as Emerald would say. You can not get a book and blow up the art for your personal gain. Palms want to be notified and greesed. Take time to think if you want the lawsuits after you.

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