Reynolds’s Paintings | Painters' Paintings: From Freud to Van Dyck | The National Gallery, London

Reynolds’s Paintings | Painters' Paintings: From Freud to Van Dyck | The National Gallery, London

Sir Joshua Reynolds, founding President of the Royal Academy, believed studying the Old Masters was the best way to emulate greatness. Find out more about the collection of art he amassed, some of which can be seen in our exhibition ' Painters' Paintings: From Freud to Van Dyck'. Book now: http://bit.ly/1XauCht Painters' Paintings: From Freud to Van Dyck 23 June – 4 September 2016 Book now: http://bit.ly/1XauCht Explore the connections between painters and the paintings they possessed in an exhibition spanning over five hundred years of art history. Discover the private acquisitions of Freud, Matisse, Degas, Leighton, Watts, Lawrence, Reynolds, and Van Dyck. Find out more: http://bit.ly/1XauCht Members go free: http://bit.ly/1UoDjP7

Joshua Reynolds playing drums for Morgan Myles (Drum Cam)

Joshua Reynolds playing drums for Morgan Myles (Drum Cam)

My Zildjian Cymbal Setup: 14inch New Beat Hi Hats 10inch EFX Splash 19inch Dark K Crash 20inch Dark K Ride 20inch EFX Crash Fredericksburg, VA 8/11/18 Adam Smith on guitar Rob Hale on keys Adrian Taylor on bass Joshua Reynolds on drums Joshua Reynolds Programmer

Burying Sir Joshua Reynolds

Burying Sir Joshua Reynolds

Richard Wendorf discusses his new book on British art in the 18th and 19th centuries, an experiment in cultural history that combines analysis of specific artistic objects with an exploration of the cultural conditions in which they were created. In a lecture titled "After Sir Joshua" presented at the Athenæum eight years ago, Richard Wendorf investigated Sir Joshua Reynolds' legacy among the biographers, painters, and writers who followed him. In "Burying Sir Joshua," Wendorf provides an illustrated analysis of the various cultural factors that made the preparation for Reynolds' funeral in 1792 so difficult. Drawing on rarely seen archival material in the Hyde Collection at the Houghton Library, Wendorf charts the day-by-day events involving not only the recently deceased first president of the Royal Academy, but the artist Benjamin West, the architect Sir William Chambers, and the politician and writer Edmund Burke as well. "Burying Sir Joshua" is the final Athenæum lecture based on Wendorf's new book, After Sir Joshua: Essays on British Art and Cultural History.

Sir Joshua Reynolds: A collection of 434 paintings (HD)

Sir Joshua Reynolds: A collection of 434 paintings (HD)

Sir Joshua Reynolds: A collection of 434 paintings (HD) Description: "As one of the most renowned portraitists of the 18th century, Sir Joshua Reynolds contributed to the founding of the Royal Academy and eventually became its president. At the height of his career, Reynolds was sworn in as court painter to the King, the most prestigious honor that could be bestowed on an artist at the time. Reynolds was born in Devon, England in 1723 as the son of a schoolmaster. He was apprenticed to portraitist Thomas Hudson from 1740 to 1743, then stayed in Italy for several years studying antique sculptures and old master pictures. Upon his return to London in 1753 he pursued his career with an unrivaled dedication, rarely taking holiday and surrounding himself with the London intelligentsia. Reynolds was a modern day polymath, a lecturer and artist simultaneously. Along with Thomas Gainsborough, George Romney, and David Wilkie, Reynolds remains one of the most accomplished British artists of the time." Feel free to subscribe!

Sir Joshua Reynolds

Sir Joshua Reynolds

ХУДОЖНИК СЭР ДЖОШУА РЕЙНОЛДС (Sir Joshua Reynolds) (1723-1792) Портрет женщины.

The Culture Show (BBC 2): Reynolds

The Culture Show (BBC 2): Reynolds

Comedian John Sessions gives us a unique and enlightening perspective on the world of 18th century painter Joshua Reynolds; it turns out he has more in common with David Bailey and Mario Testino than one might think!

Reynolds, Lady Cockburn and Her Three Eldest Sons

Reynolds, Lady Cockburn and Her Three Eldest Sons

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Lady Cockburn and Her Three Eldest Sons, 1773, oil on canvas, 55-3/4 x 44-1/2 inches (141.5 x 113 cm) (National Gallery, London) Speakers: Pippa Couch and Rachel Ropeik. Created by Beth Harris and Steven Zucker.

Moving Time Lapse - Unpacking/Moving In (Part 3)

Moving Time Lapse - Unpacking/Moving In (Part 3)

We clean our new house and unpack everything that we had packed from the old house.  We aren’t completely unpacked, but everything we use regularly is unpacked and put in its place.  In fact, it is almost time for another big cleanup!  These videos were recorded between May 8th and November 19th, 2016.  This is the final video of the three part series.  The whole process of moving took almost one year, and over 200 hours of total time lapse footage. If you are moving, the process can seem overwhelming but I recommend getting rid of as much stuff as possible before moving and the process will be so much easier, we should have gotten rid of way more stuff than we did. The majority of the video is sped up 240x, although some parts are played as fast as 800x.  The video was recorded with a GoPro camera and my Galaxy S3 phone. If you have any ideas or suggestions for future videos, let me know in the comments! Music: Lensko - Titsepoken 2015 [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S81bLqpstUE   Lensko - Let's Go! [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSLuJYtl89Y

Moving Time Lapse - Cleanup (Part 1)

Moving Time Lapse - Cleanup (Part 1)

In preparation for selling our house, we did a lot of cleanup work. It now actually looks like a regular house, instead of a nuclear test site, like it did before (in my opinion). These videos were recorded between December 5th and January 31th. More time lapse videos will be coming in the next few months as we are in the process of moving. The majority of the video is sped up 120x real speed, although some parts are played between 60x and 1000x. The first 9 minutes of the video were recorded with my phone using a time lapse app and a wide angle lens I made that I glued over the camera. At 8:12, the lens falls off because I tried to hold it on with tape after the glue failed. Starting at 8:57, I recorded the rest of the time lapses with a GoPro camera which is a lot higher quality. If you have any suggestions for how the next parts can be better, let me know in the comments! Click here to watch part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWbP64n333E

Joshua Reynolds

Joshua Reynolds

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