chess in art

  • #161

    You said you wanted paintings only, but some of these are not paintings.

  • #162

    Added today

    Man Ray
    (1890-1976)
    The Red Knight
    (1938)

  • #163

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  • #164

    @ClavierCavalier

    Which ones are not paintings?

  • #165

    Added today

    Charles-Ambroise-Napoléon Maignien
    (1805 - 1881)
    Chessplayer
    (1865)

  • #166

    Added today

    Shaul Nameri
    (b 1942)
    The Chess Player
    (1973)

  • #167

    Mine.

  • #168

    Great work.

  • #169

    @myxlplykt

    Beautiful but why not colours?

  • #170

    i would say.. it's a battle between black and white :))

  • #171

    There is a lot of life in it

  • #172

    Added today

    Martin Andrew
    (b 1976)
    Chess game
    (2003)

  • #173

    This is Estragon when the fog has lifted Tongue Out

  • #174

    Added today

    William Gropper
    (1897 - 1977)
    Chess Player
    (1950)

  • #175

    Of yours, post #35, 57, 81 (looks charcol), 95-99, 105 doesn't look like paint, and there are more, but I think you get the point.

    Now, pictures created by an artist would be a better criteria, but a photographer would argue that they're artists too, and that most other painters capture life just like they do, except the painter is slower.  If you required that it be by hand, then some of these might be digitally created and/or modified (I'm thinking of #35, but don't know one way or another.)

    See, it's hard to define the requirements!

  • #176

    Paintings/Drawings. Is simple Cavalier.

  • #177

    The collage doesn't fit, then :-p

  • #178

    Chess art in the theater

  • #179
    ClavierCavalier wrote:

    The collage doesn't fit, then :-p

    You mean post~#150 Clavalier?

    Tantale did not say that was included or ''added'' but was merely asking a question about it.

  • #180

    I like good  art= these portray the chess game in diferent life positions

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