Romantic Art, Where Passion Lives and Colors Sing! on the romantic art gallery.

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We are a creative, energetic and enthusiastic team of creative people who have taken on the task of preserving and promoting the culture of romantic art. We deeply care about the beauty, value and significance of this art and believe that it is an essential part of our lives.

In keeping with our mission to make more people aware of the beauty, value and importance of romantic art, we have decided to open a gallery featuring romantic art. The gallery will display the most well-known pieces from renowned artists as well as some pieces by unknown yet talented artists. Our focus will be on artwork whose primary subject is love, nature or religion. We also plan to feature a selection of jewelry, clothing and accessories that complement romantic art.

We are confident that you will enjoy our website and look forward to seeing you at our gallery soon!

Romantic Art Gallery offers a wide variety of romantic art from all over the world. Our collection includes paintings, watercolors, engravings, drawings, and sculptures of classical figurative art as well as modern romantic figurative art.

The name Romantic Art Gallery was chosen because we believe that art should be about emotions and feelings. The name also reflects our view that beautiful art has the ability to stir our emotions and touch our hearts. The majority of the pieces displayed on the gallery are from artists all over the United States, who have mastered the art of depicting emotions through their work.

We are passionate about art and what it is capable of doing to your home or office! We will work with you to help you choose a piece that is right for you. Our only goal is to make sure that whatever piece you choose fits perfectly in your home or office and will be enjoyed for many years to come. We hope you enjoy browsing through our online gallery.

I’m an artist. My art is romantic art. I paint a picture of the world through my eyes, and what I see is beautiful!

I believe there is beauty in every single thing we can’t see with our own eyes. I paint that kind of art. I call it “romantic art.”

My art is different than other kinds of art because it’s very emotional and colorful. It’s more like a fantasy than reality, but that doesn’t mean it’s not meaningful. I paint things that are beautiful, but it’s not just beauty for beauty’s sake. My paintings tell stories of love and mystery, passion and dreams, hope and fear – all the amazing colors in life!

My paintings show us how lucky we are to be alive: I think we’re all dreamers who want to live forever… and when you look at my art, you’ll feel like you are right there in the scene with me!

If you want to be inspired by some gorgeous colors and deep emotions for a long time, check out my gallery. You won’t be disappointed!

Romantic art is a broad term that refers to the visual arts in Europe and North America during the 18th and 19th centuries. Although romanticism flourished until around 1850, the concept of romantic art is often limited to painting, poetry, prose and theatre from about 1800-1850.

Artists’ interest in natural settings and their depiction of them were two central themes of romanticism. Artists attempted to represent nature realistically, to portray it as a subject in its own right, as opposed to using it as a backdrop or prop for human activities. For example, Constable painted rural landscapes under changing weather conditions. Natural objects and scenes were not just selected as backdrops for dramatic narratives; they became the subjects of works of art in themselves.

Romanticism revived the use of religious subjects on an enormous scale in history painting. Romanticism also influenced portraiture (portraits), which appears to reflect the psychological explorations of the era. In contrast with Neoclassicism’s emphasis on idealized beauty, portraits from this period depict individuals who appear to be more candid and informal than their Neoclassical predecessors. One of the most popular portrait subjects was Queen Victoria who sat for over 100 different artists during her reign alone.*

Romantic artists employed color very freely

When was art last exciting? When was it more than just a colorful, pretty thing to look at? When did it change your life?

The art world has always been about innovation. And innovation usually means going against the grain. That is why for many years the art world has been stuck in what we call the Modern Era. Artists decided that the past had nothing new to say and they had to keep breaking new ground, creating new styles and inventing new materials. The era of Modern Art is a time when artists became free from society’s rules and were free to experiment, which resulted in some of the most impressive work ever seen.

Todays’ artists are not restricted by society’s rules or even tradition. The freedom of expression is completely unlimited and there are no limits on how an artist can choose to express themselves. This freedom has led to a real renaissance in today’s art world with artists choosing to focus on what they want instead of what people think should be expressed. And this is why there has been so much controversy surrounding some of the pieces in today’s galleries.

This gallery only exhibits one type of art: the Romantic Art Movement. We define Romantic Art as art that tells a story and evokes an emotional response from those who behold it.

Art that comes from the heart, whether it be music, painting or sculpture. The passion for life is embedded in each piece. The use of color with symbolism of forms and ideas that are created to express the love of God, Mother Nature and the Human Soul.

The images are powerful and provocative. They represent the emotional, psychological and sexual identity of the artist, who believes that feminine beauty is in every woman.

The paintings are a result of a personal exploration and a philosophical journey that began in 2003 when the artist embarked on her first trip to Bali. She discovered the world of Balinese Hinduism, which respects women. The island’s culture fueled her artistic expression.

This is also when she began her studies in Tantra Yoga, one of the most ancient spiritual practices that seeks to unite the male and female energies within us. Her passion for art and spirituality grew through learning this practice and by taking part in international retreats.

Tantra is based on the idea that energy must flow. The erotic energy must flow freely through our body to keep us full of life and youthfulness, to allow us to be present in each moment with a deep awareness, to connect with nature and with people around us. In addition, it allows us to liberate our creativity so we can express ourselves in new ways, whether it’s in art or science.*

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