City Scape Art

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This site is a blog about buying and selling cityscape art. I started this site because I love city scape art and also because I want to promote this genre of art by providing a home for fine examples of cityscape art that are available for sale.


Welcome to my blog, I will be describing my adventures in buying and selling cityscape art.

I have been studying the art market for a few years now and feel that I am ready to start trading in art. It is a risky business though and I am worried if I make the wrong choice it will affect my reputation.

Hi and welcome to the City Scape Art blog. This site is dedicated to the art of cityscape and skyline art.

The following pages comprise a comprehensive archive of all types of art, including paintings, photography, digital art and more. We also have information about the history of cityscape art and various types of landscapes, along with a discussion forum for sharing ideas and pictures with other artists.

Trying to find old fashioned oil paintings of cities and landscapes? You can find some on this site that are perfect for decorating your home or office.

We’ve searched the internet to bring you the best cityscape art available at affordable prices. We offer a wide selection of landscape pictures and artwork by artists who specialize in this type of subject matter.

You’ll also find exclusive deals on select items here at our online store. Browse through our inventory and feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about your purchases or general inquiries.

We hope you enjoy our collection!

If you are a landscape artist, or looking to buy or sell cityscape art, you have come to the right place. Landscape Art and Cityscape art is our specialty and what we know best. Whether you are a collector of cityscape art, or an artist, we know where to find it and how to get it. We have access to thousands of potential customers that are looking for your cityscape art.

Listed below are some of the services we offer:

1) Art Appraisals

2) Art Consulting

3) Buying and Selling of Cityscape art

4) Buying and Selling of Landscape art

5) Private Collection Appraisals

6) Private Collection Sales

7) The sale and purchase of Landscape art

8) The sale and purchase of Cityscape art

9) Art Buying Advice

10) Art Selling Advice

We look forward to serving you!

The goal of every artist is to create Masterpieces that are also collectible. The Masterpiece must be unique, original, different and will stand the test of time. The Masterpiece is worth so much more than a copy or a facsimile of the same thing.

The goal is to create a work of art that will be admired by your contemporaries and future generations, so it should be thought provoking and should have the ability to transcend time and space.

You want it to be remembered long after you are gone.

The first step in creating a masterpiece is to make sure that you have something unique and original to offer the world.

The second step is to learn about color and contrast when painting your masterpiece. The third step is to make sure that you are using the right tools when working on your masterpiece. Make sure your brushes have the right texture for the job at hand.

A good artist knows all about color, contrast and texture when creating their artworks.

In most of the world, the quality of a work of art is judged by its adherence to tradition. Anything that departs from tradition is an innovation. A landscape painting is rejected because it doesn’t look like the others.

Boris Kustodiev’s Cityscape, 1909

In the contemporary art world, this is reversed. Artists are expected to be innovators. Their technical skill may be admired, but only insofar as it allows them to break with all previous traditions. That’s why abstract expressionist painting, which consists mostly of slopping paint onto a canvas in unpredictable ways, is valued so highly: it has broken with traditional representational painting by throwing out everything that made it valuable in the first place.

This reversal is new. It took a long time for innovations to become valued over traditionalism, and even longer for them to become the only thing that matters. This is why we still have so much traditional landscape art. The value that was taken out of it when innovations became prized has not yet been put back in.

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