Release Date: 2013-10-26
Number of Patterns: 44
Robert Henri – American Portrait Artist and Teacher
Robert Henri (1865 – 1929) was an American painter and teacher and a leading figure of the Ashcan School of American realism. The Ashcan school was a moment away from impressionism and focused more on realistic art which would be more relevant to the artists time and experience. Henri became a influential art teacher emphasizing more the attitude to their approach to art. His works comprise many portraits including those of his fellow painters. Our collection of Robert Henri patterns includes many of his most recognized works including Salone, Mary Agnes, Woman in Manteau, Irish Boy, La Reina Mora, the Goat Herder, El Tango, Viv in Blue Stripes, Segovian Girl , Roshanara, Patience, as well as several landscapes.
Release Date: 2013-10-19
Number of Patterns: 22
Lizards are a widespread group of reptiles with nearly 1000 species. They’re characterized with feet, external ears, scaled and spiny body, vivid coloring in their tails, a brightly colored dewlap on their throat. Common lizard types include Iguana, anoles, geckos, Komodo dragon, spiny-tailed lizards, thorny devil, Gila monster, Jackson’s chameleon, Central bearded dragon, Our pattern set for lizards includes many well photographed lizards in various natural settings. The Lizards are in numerous colors and some are well camouflaged into their environments. There are also some well composed lizard close-ups.
Release Date: 2013-09-28
Number of Patterns: 32
Joshua Reynolds – English Portrait Painter
Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792) was an eighteen century English painter who specialized in portraits. He was one of the founders of the Royal Academy of Arts in London which promotes arts through education and exhibition. He is best known for his numerous portraits, particularly those of children where their innocence and natural grace was emphasized. Reynolds was a hard worker who never married, and had constant interaction from the wealthy and famous men of the day. Our pattern set collection of Joshua Reynolds, contains a cross section of portrait styles including Lord Keppel, Jane Fleming, Lavinia Spencer, Lord Robert Spencer, George Townshend, John Frederick Sackville, Edward Cornwallis, Young Fortune Teller, Gertrude Duchess of Bedford, and many more.
Release Date: 2013-09-21
Number of Patterns: 21
Autumn is one of four temperate seasons on this planet, characterized as the season of harvests and changing color in vegetation. Leaves change color from green to red, yellow, purple, and brown due to decreasing levels of chlorophyll sent to them through the veins. Many communities experience an increase in tourism to see fall foliage vistas which is sometimes called leaf peeping. Our pattern set of Autumn Colors includes numerous images of colored leaves, both with solitary leaves, clusters of trees, forests, country roads, and waterways.
Release Date: 2013-08-24
Number of Patterns: 16
Cimabue – Florentine Painter
Cimabue (c. 1240 – 1302) also known as Bencivieni di Pepo was a Florentine Painter and a creator of mosaics. He was a pioneer in transforming the prevailing art style from a flat and stylized form into one that was more natural with subtle effects such as shading and realistic proportions. His most documented works include a Crucifix in the Basilica di Santa Croce, Maestà in San Francesco at Pisa, and Madonna with Child Enthroned, Four Angels and St. Francis at Assisi. Our pattern set includes these works with some details made into individual patterns and others paintings including The Madonna in Majesty, The Capture of Christ, The Flagellation of Christ, and Madonna di Castelfiorentino.
Release Date: 2013-08-17
Number of Patterns: 22
A spiral is a curve which starts from a central point and gets progressively further away as it revolves around the point. This theme is common in nature in many forms – plant growth, animal parts such as horns, shells, teeth, in even wind erosion, and even DNA structure itself. The patterns in this set highlight spiral forms in numerous natural settings. You’ll find spiral shaped millipedes, plant leaves, daisies, cabbage, smoke, and snail shells.