By Danny Pearson
WOW evidence! are in particular written for suffering readers. paintings could be a portray, a drawing, a sculpture, virtually something. it might hold on a wall in a gallery or it might stand on best of a hill. know about a few of Britain's best-known glossy artists and be encouraged by way of a few of their impressive artistic endeavors.
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Anish Kapoor is an Indian-born British sculptor. He is another artist who likes to work on a very large scale. One of his most famous sculptures, Cloud Gate, can be seen in Chicago. It is possible to walk right up to it and touch it. He wanted his art to blend into the city’s landscape. By using a reflective surface, he could show the people of Chicago the wonderful and interesting landscape that they already had around them. Kapoor often works with very bright colours. He was inspired to use such bright colours by the many colours of spices he saw in India.
2. Antony Gormley 3. Anish Kapoor 4. David Hockney 5. Rachel Whiteread 6. Damien Hirst 7. Polly Morgan 8. Banksy 9. Modern art galleries in the UK Index Art can be a painting, a drawing, a sculpture, almost anything. It can hang on a wall in a famous art gallery or it can stand high on top of a hill. It can be made by a famous artist and be worth millions of pounds. Or it can be made by a small child in a classroom using a pencil and paper. Art is many things to many people. In comparison to the rest of the world, Great Britain is relatively small, but some of the world’s greatest modern art has been made by British artists.
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