Saturday, 13 June 2009

Banksy's Gleaners

The Gleaners by Jean-François Millet (1857) and Bansky (2009)Here's Banksy's version of Jean-François Millet's The Gleaners (1857), one of the paintings in his exhibition Banksy v Bristol Museum (next post down or CLICK). Classic French style, classic Banksy visual deception adapted to the interior of an art gallery. Click the title link.

4 Comments:

At 14/6/09, Blogger anthony said...

Went to this this morning.
Big Q but worth the wait.
Anthony(dailydoodles)

 
At 14/6/09, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

Hi, Anthony

Glad you enjoyed it. I've seen two BBC News videos of this show and they both make it look unmissable. Such variety! I'm sure this is going to be one of the most successful exhibitions of the year.

I've missed your daily doodles. I haven't visited the forum for yonks. Arty Ted and I had a disagreement. He banned me from leaving comments, and I put forum emails on my blocked list. So I'm now completely out of touch with it.

 
At 8/9/09, Anonymous Rebeca said...

Wow.. what a art !! really fantastic.
Looking original.

 
At 8/9/09, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

Hi, Rebecca

Yes, it's an original twist on the traditional display in galleries. Terrific idea and, from what I can see in a small graphic, very well executed. Love the cigarette.

 

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