35 Amazing Traditional Art Paintings

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Traditional art has always been the source of inspiration for many artists and designers. With its conventional look and feel, it appeals your visitors and let them amaze on your creativity and artistic skills. In this post, we have piled up an inspiring list of some great Traditional art and paintings for you.

I would suggest you all to take a close look at these master pieces; as when you browse them in detail, you will notice that they are the marvel conceptions of the artist who use his skill and creativity at his best to get this amazing result! Let’s take a look and see yourself.

Beautiful Traditional Art Paintings

Eagle Tribe

Eagle Tribe

Mindscape

Mindscape

Harry Potter–Marauders

Harry Potter--Marauders

Traditional Piece 1

Traditional Piece 1

Below the Rust

Below the Rust

Bengal

Bengal

Traditional Art

Traditional Art

Music is My Love :sketch:

Music is My Love :sketch:

Arum

Arum

Fly With Us

Fly With Us

Detail Frozen

Detail Frozen

I Fill Desert with Uselessness

I Fill Desert with Uselessness

Path of Enlightenment

Path of Enlightenment

Save. Our. Souls

Save. Our. Souls

Forbidden Love

Forbidden Love

Weather The storm

Weather The storm

“Turn Me”- Twilight prom

Spirit Rising

Spirit Rising

The Guitarist

The Guitarist

Allegory of Hope

Allegory of Hope

Freed or Condemned

Freed or Condemned

The Construct

The Construct

Solace

Solace

Sea of Monsters

Sea of Monsters

The Earls

The Earls

3rd painting

3rd painting

The cherry tree

The cherry tree

DOLPHIN family

DOLPHIN family

Simon Portrait

Simon Portrait

Shot Glass

Shot Glass

Apaisement

Apaisement

Luminous

Luminous

Boy Thinker

Boy Thinker

Holding Up

Holding Up

Only You

Only You

37 comments

  1. Visit some museums, watch pictures. Quality ones. Dürer, Velasquez, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, DaVinci, Monet, Pollock, whatever… Learn some art history. Fine art has some standards. These pictures are way below. Even the best one of these is just average. Most of them is crap.

  2. I think that “Holding Up” painting pretty much sums up what the blog post is about. There’s a difference between being a technically capable illustrator and being an artist.

  3. I gotta say, I’m with Brien, Janos & Paul. Most of the examples fall squarely into the “book illustration” category, not fine art. They’re weak on execution, draftsmanship, color use & layout.

    I’m afraid I’m neither amazed nor inspired. I’m not trying to be ‘snooty’ either. With a BFA in drawing & painting, I can tell you most examples above would be harshly criticized in a class critique.

  4. Some amazing designs here, but they don’t hold a candle to my favorite of all time, which would be that of DubLi!

  5. excellent collection. It’s refreshing to find “traditional art paintings” in blogs nowadays…
    some of us still love brushes and charcoals and pencils and ink…
    Cheers,

  6. im a fan of your site but every one of these pieces is just trashy and cheap… there some others better traditional artsits to follow than this

  7. Looking at fascinating paintings of Lisa Fittipaldi, will u believe that she is blind. She started painting in 1995 but her vision was constantly dropping down and after two years she was completely blind. Its simply beyond imagination that in a short period of two years, she integrate herself with this new phase of life full of darkness. Read her story

  8. i really do love thes pix and they just bring the best in people well including myself……lol…they are truly mind blasting…

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