The Artist of the Week – Takashi Murakami

The Artist of the Week – Takashi Murakami

Our pick for the artist of the week for the Blue Horizon Prints spotlight is a very talented Japanese Artist specialising in quirky Anime / Manga Cartoon style Pop Art, its bright, it’s cheerful, it’s colourful and screams Japanese! Takashi Murakami is a Japanese artist seen as one of the greatest as a result of… Continue Reading

The Evolving Font – Futuracha Pro

The Evolving Font – Futuracha Pro

We like to think that we at Blue Horizon Prints are on the cutting edge of all things new and modern and now we know we are! We have something very new and very exciting to offer you, something straight out of the pages of a sci-fi novel, consider yourselves mind blown……Evolving Art, that is,… Continue Reading

The Art of Claude Monet

The Art of Claude Monet

The Art of Claude Monet. Born on 14th November 1840 in Paris, Claude Monet was a French painter, who is believed to have invented the impressionism style of painting. Monet’s first brush with art was drawing caricatures of the local people, which he later began to sell. For a few years, he continued to draw… Continue Reading

Vincent van Gogh – Life and Work

Vincent van Gogh – Life and Work

Born on 30th March 1853 in Zundert, Netherlands, Vincent Willem van Gogh is regarded as the one of the greatest ever Dutch painters, next only to Rembrandt. Although he could not achieve greatness during his lifetime and the success came years after his death, the 2000 paintings and drawings created by him in a span… Continue Reading

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Born into a family of modest means, Renoir was apprenticed to a decorator of fine porcelain. Although he soon resolved to become a painter, he always remained attached to the artisanal tradition, and to the end of his life he identified himself as a “painter-worker.” Having met Monet and Sisley in the studio of the… Continue Reading

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