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10 Movies About Great Artists



Published June 11, 2023, 12:20 p.m. by Liam Bradley


"Mr Turner" is a biopic that takes place in the mid-19th century, during the last part of the great painter's life.

This is not an academic documentary but a fresco about a man’s life who was a lonely, complex and often rough, as well as

on the ups and downs of the artist's creative process.

the aesthetic aspect and admirable staging make this film worth seeing.

Directed by Julie Taymor in 2002, Salma Hayek plays out "frida"convincingly and with a lot of sensuality.

The film faithfully follows the life of the Mexican painter, as it celebrates art as a transcendental power.

frida is an extraordinary affirmation of life, of creative energy.She is a free iconic character who doesn't chose Art against life.Sometimes frankly conventional, sometimes trully gripping, this film celebrates an artist who built her life like a masterpiece.

For his first feature film Ed Harris really did not choose the easy way.Focusing on an American genius who revolutionized painting thanks to "dripping", "pollock" produced, directed and masterfully performed by Ed Harris,releases a biopic about this charismatic and tortured artist who does not leave indifferent. Whether one is interested in art or not, this film is a success,one of the best accepted by critics who have underlined the "manic" documentation work done prior to writing.

In "surviving Picasso" the filmmaker James Ivory, traces only a ten year's period of the great artist during his love affair with Françoise Giliot.The film offers a contrasting portrait of the painter, both brilliant and tyrannical.

For the purposes of the scenario, some events were romanticized, but all in all is based on a careful investigation that reveals an selfish monster, behind the genius,the difficulty to share the life of an artist, hence the title. If Anthony Hopkins is pretty convincing in the role,the "Hispanic"side of the character is missing.

1998 film directed by John Maybury "Love is the Devil" tells the tragic relationship of one of the most controversial painters of the 20th century, Francis Bacon, with George Dyer, a little gangster and a catalyst for the artist.

Imaginary journey where the desires and sufferings of two human beings coexist up to destruction.

Though this film is a rather clumsy attempt to evoke the painter’s source of inspiration,one will remember the couple formed by Derek Jacobi and Daniel Craig.

Inspired by the autobiography of Irish writer and painter Christy Brown, paralyzed almost completely since birth, "My left foot" is a great life lesson with the awesome and wonderful actor, Daniel Day-Lewis.Far from being a depressing or weepy movie about disability, Jim Sheridan offers us a Christy Brown who refuses to be pitied, a frustrated and often fussy man,like anybody can be. Film to be seen, if only for D.D-Lewis performing.

This production by Robert Altman "Vincent and Theo" tells a decade of the Dutch painter's life,

and his brother Theodore, an art dealer who tries to sell Vincent canvases,

without great results...If Tim Roth, in the role of Vincent is quite good in his schizophrenic intensity, the film is without great interest.

"artemisia" This singular female personality, deserved better than a simple biopic stuck in complicated sentimental relationships. This 1997 film, directed by Agnès Merlet, based on the unknown life of artemisia Gentileschi, takes place in the Rome of 1610 with a very linear plot and a scenario quite far from historical truth. The ending, more dramatic, fortunately gives more strength to the film.

Among the films dedicated to artists and to their work this remains to this day one of those who was most successful, of public and critics, arriving at the nomination for three awards Oscar.

Adapted from Tracy Chevalier’s best-seller, the film tells the disturbing relationship of the painter Vermeer with his young servant Griet who will serve as a model for his famous painting.This film is not a biopic but rather a look at the process of creating the famous painting. It is mostly an aesthetic film and the actors, Scarlett Johanson and Colin Firth are quite good.

basquiat is definitely a biographical film, but it is also a tribute to the first black tormented artist who really succeeded in the powerful and cruel world of the arts, and disappeared in 1988 at the age of 27 years.

His tragic end is inevitably felt but still, it is an interesting biopic with an exceptional cast, where Jeffrey Wright offers a perfect composition with a lunar aura reflecting the genius of basquiat.

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mr. Turner is biopic that takes place in

the mid nineteenth century during the

last part of the great painters life

this is not an academy documentary but a

fresco about a man's life who wasn't

lonely complex and often rough as well

as the ups and downs of the artists

creative process the aesthetic aspect

and a Mirabeau staging make this film

way of saying directed by Julie Taylor

in 202 Sam he plays out Frida

convincingly and with a lot of

sensuality the film faithful in Carol's

life of the Mexican painter as it

celebrates art as a transcendental power

Frida is an extraordinary affirmation of

life of creative energy she's a free

iconic character who doesn't choose art

again slice sometimes frankly

conventional sometimes truly gripping

this film celebrates an artist who built

her life like a masterpiece for its

first feature film ed Harris really did

not choose the easy way focusing on an

American genius who revolutionized

painting thanks to dripping

produced directed and masterfully person

by Ed Harris release is a biopic about

this charismatic and tortured artist who

doesn't leave indifferent whether one is

interested or not in art this film is a

success one of the best accepted by

critics who have underlined the many

documentation work then prior to writing

in surviving Picasso the filmmaker James

ivory trace is only a turn URIs period

of the great artists during his love

affair with franchise video

the film offers a contrasting portrait

of the painter both brilliant and

tyrannical for the purposes of the

scenario from heaven to a romanticized

pedalling on is based on a careful

investigation that reveals a selfish

monster behind the genius and the

difficulty to share the life of an

artist and the title if Anthony Hopkins

is pretty convincing in the road a

Hispanic side of the character is

missing 1998 film directed by John

Mayberry love is the devil tells the

tragic relationship of one of the most

controversial painters of the 20th

century francis bacon with george tire a

little gangster and a catalyst for the

artists imaginary journey were the

desires and the suffering of two human

beings coexist up to destruction though

this film is a rather clumsy attempt to

evoke the plaintive source of

inspiration one will remember the couple

filmed by derek jacobi and daniel craig

inspired by the autobiography of irish

writer in pager Christy Brown paralyzed

almost completely since his birth my

left foot is a great life lesson with

the awesome and wonderful actor Daniel D

levels far from being a depressing or

weepy movie about disability Jim

Sheridan offers us a pretty Brown who

refuses to be pitied and frustrated and

offered fast man like anybody can be

film to be seen really if only for d-day

Leigh was performing this production by

Robert Altman Vanson until tells a

decade of the Dutch painters life

and brother Theodore an art dealer who

tries to sell Vincent canvases without

great results if Tim Roth in the role of

NASA is quite good in its skies afrinic

intensity the film is without a great

interest

artemisia the single female personality

deserves better than a simple biotech

stuck in complicated sentimental

relationship this 1997 film directed by

Anna's Nelly based on the ending life of

Artemisia Gentileschi takes place in the

Rome of 1610 with a very linear product

and a scenario quite far from historical

truth the ending more dramatic

fortunately gives more strength to the

film among the film's dedicated to

artists and to their work this one

remains the most successful according to

public and critics arriving adamant

nomination for three awards Oscar

adapted from Tracy chevaliers bestseller

the film tells the disturbing

relationship of the painter Vermeer and

its young servant reads will serve as a

model for its famous painting this film

is not a biopic but rather a look at the

process of creating the famous painting

it is mostly an aesthetic film and the

actor is Scarlett Johnson and calling

third are quite good basket definitely

biographical film but it is also a

tribal to the first black tormented

artists who really succeeded in the

powerful and cruel world of the Arts and

disappeared in 1998 at the age of twenty

seven years old his tragic end is

I felt but still it is an interesting

biopic with an exceptional cast where

Jeffrey Wright offers a perfect

composition with a lunar aura reflecting

the genius of basket

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