An artist tribute to the art of music
Albert Joseph Moore was born in Yorkshire, a famous artistic family. His father, William Moore and his brother Henry Moore (1831-1895, the famous landscape painter) led him to embark on the road of artistic creation. The fifties of the 19th century, he went to London in the Kensington School of Art and learning, and then was admitted to the British Royal College, in 1860 to Paris and Rome post-graduate. Gradually, Moore formed the coloring soft, delicate lines and a unique style, is very prominent in the Victorian painter. Most of his works are based on ancient Greek and Roman leisure figure for the hero characters is obvious by the Greek style. Quartet: a painter, a tribute to the art of music show of the 19th century, the diversity of the sixties and the seventies molar artistic creation, fully demonstrated his conditioning lines and color with great ingenuity. What the painting, while seeking the association between music and art, Walter Pater called "the musical features a painting performance. On the screen and does not expressly musicians and the audience between the existence of any contact, but also four performers do not see what makes it special. Painting into a modern instrument works, the purpose is to avoid the audience seriously children ", and again the painter to the intent of the outstanding works of the era of performance. http://www.art-paintingonline.com.