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Paul Zwartkruis collected paintings of modern and contemporary artists. Later on, he started to collect lithographs, etchings and woodcuts and bought a book about the School of Paris (École de Paris), in which an international group of artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Laurencin, Delaunay, Chagall and others were described.
These artists from the first half of the 20th century had his special interest. Back in the nineties, Paul stumbled upon a book about Matisse, the book disclosed 5 colorful (visual art) stencils, that turned out to be pochoirs. Pochoirs are handmade reproductions of artwork, produced in Parisian ateliers by female staff members during the period 1920-1960. A very costly, labor-intensive technique.
I love nearly any kind of art, especially the so called streetart. This blog started at January the first, 2016.
Your rather specific subreddit on stenciling and all things related!
Post your cut-out templates, your results and just anything on stencil art. A subbreddit specifically for anything stencil. We love using the word stencil around here. It just rolls off the tongue so nicely. Stencil, stencil, stencil. Stencil.
Streetart Project: An ongoing collection of art in the streets.
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Banksy-sponsored, the best worst graffiti in the world....
Global Street Art is two guys from London - Lee and Dan. Over the course of our lives we want to build a permanent, museum dedicated to street art and graffiti [sometimes has stencils. - Russell] - both online and in bricks and mortar. Yep, seriously.
All about Chinese street art and aritsts! It's great!
A collection of stencil graffiti, as well as other types of public art, with mapped locations. Site is in Spanish.