22 August, 2014

List of Popular Artists

Posted by Socrates in art, Bouguereau, jewed art, jewed culture, Picasso, pop culture, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline, White art/architecture, White identity, White philosophy, White thought at 3:18 pm | Permanent Link

It’s interesting, but not surprising, that Bouguereau is listed as most-popular. (One art critic said that Bouguereau’s art fell out of favor with the Western public because the public’s taste “had changed.” That’s not accurate. What happened was: the people who controlled Western popular culture – i.e., Jews and leftists – changed the public’s attitude about art, leading to a decline in Bouguereau’s popularity and an increase in the popularity of idiots like Picasso. In other words, the public’s taste didn’t naturally evolve. Instead, it was deliberately changed within a few decades by people who hated Western culture. Note also the two or three Asian painters listed, who paint in the Western style).


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  7. 12 Responses to “List of Popular Artists”

    1. fd Says:

      White men led the way in fine arts of all subjects including literature into the 20th century. By 1960, White creativity was replaced by the alien Jew.

      White females are schooled they are equal to men. But the list of great artists are virtually all White men. In music very few White female singers write their own songs, whereas most all White male singers are song writers too.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      Western Art began to go downhill around the time of the Great War. By the 1920s there were a lot of weird new artistic movements like Dada and Expressionism. The elite Jew intellectuals may love that kind of stuff but the gentile public does not.

      Cheryl Crow and Alison Krauss are fine examples of White females who write, sing and play their own songs.

    3. Antagonistes Says:

      Where in the list are Greg and Tim Hildebrandt?


    4. Tim McGreen Says:

      The Hildebrandts were illustrators, not painters. They were not exactly in the same league with the likes of Ingres and Delacroix. Their art was suitable for the covers of paperback detective novels and science fiction magazines.

    5. Antagonistes Says:

      When does day become night?

      When does writing become poetry?

      When does illustration become painting?

      Hard to say.

      I suppose an illustrator is someone for hire. That is, someone goes to him, and asks him to illustrate something that he may, or may not, feel deeply about.

      A painter, on the other hand, paints things that he feels deeply about. He is not doing it for commercial reasons. If, however, someone wants to buy his painting, or use it for some commercial reason, he may or may not be in accord with them.

      The Hildebrandts were not hired guns. That is, Ballentine books did not come to them and say, “Hey, guys, here is what we want you to illustrate.”

      No. The Hildebrandts were already so into Tolkein that they already had PAINTINGS of the scenes he describes in his books.

      When they saw that Ballentine books was asking for Tolkein illustrations, that went to Ian Summers and showed him what they had.

      I would call them painters.

    6. Antagonistes Says:

      And, once again, Tim:

      Where . . . is. . . .Topkea?

    7. Sean Gruber Says:

      If the average person can do it without effort, it isn’t praiseworthy. That’s a good rule for a lot of things. (For example, vomiting on a tablecloth or sticking a rod up your cunt isn’t art.)


    8. CW-2 Says:

      Ant, Topkea is allegedly enjoying a vacation at an exclusive condo in Tel Aviv with all the shiskas he can handle.

    9. Howdy Doody Says:

      CW-2 Says:
      23 August, 2014 at 2:01 pm


      Only kikes can write such filth as” it” posted.

    10. Tim McGreen Says:

      I will give the Hildenbrandts credit for that nice portrait of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. That was an unusual commission for artists who specialized in paintings of dragons and princess-warriors.

    11. Antagonistes Says:

      Forget about those pansies like Fulton J. Sheen!

      Try this:


    12. Thom McQueen Says:

      Great pics, Ant! We need to work some viking stuff into our body-paint aps. Too late for FantasyFest, but after?