African Animals

Posted January 18th, 2015 by Sandra

We present you izvestnouyu French artist Daniel Beck. And congratulations to all a Happy New Year – Year of the Tiger. Pictures of animals – one of the most difficult forms of painting. French artist perfectly with deal with it. Like a trainer, she subdues the most formidable and fast animals in Africa and puts them on his canvases. Her paintings are extremely realistic. Leopada spots, zebra stripes, mane of the lion is made up of tiny hairs, neatly written out by the artist.

Warm tones of African savannas – is all that creates a background, because these amazing animals do not require additional processing to delight us. Tigers, elephants, giraffes, hippos, exotic birds are striking in their grandeur. This is much more than going to the zoo and even a safari. There we look at Africa. And with pictures of Danielle Beck wild Africa is looking at us.

All of its existence mankind tries dissociate itself from nature. And the more it does, the more it pulls to the pristine beauty, strength and freedom. Pictures of Danielle Beck reminds us of a lost world in which we have already cut off the path. We can observe its laws only from a distance, whether the bars of the fence at the zoo, or a jeep window in the national park. She was pleased to draw animals. Images are more realistic. After all, the study of wild African animals, it spent a lot of time. In her pictures as if the animals are alive, it seems that they are ready to pounce. For example, lions radiate nobility, pride, power, wild cats. Daniel likes to work with prorisovyvaniem fur, leather and other small parts. Animals in its original paintings in most cases, the actual size. Background as an artist makes to the extreme. Light and bright it mimics the wide expanse of savanna. Prey of large predators often are exotic birds, so Danielle and portrays them. For pictures she deliberately chooses a Latin name, to preserve the identity and savagery of each species. Buy prints look m picture of the author can be found here.

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