Would be nice if I wouldn't be obliged to load picture view of a list from the beginning when coming back from a single view.
A list of all pictures of an artist is shown in parts of, say, 30 pictures or so. When viewing a picture at, say, position 74 of a list of 200 pictures, I have to reload all previous parts of the list in steps of 30 pictures (or so), when going back from a single picture view to the list.
This somewhat prevents the latest pictures in the list to be viewed at all, since it's rather borring and annoying to redo the same procedure again and again.
Would be nice to have that changed…
Thank you.1 vote
Hello wiki team
The painting that was (2 before) seems to have been picked up so no worries there
There is a duplication of
Drawing Room 1942&1943 I believe it is 1942 however the image size for the 1943 is better.
Well I think that does it for Balthus
Thanks for your patience
Please enable full-screen slideshows from any category or subcategory: movements, schools, genres, nationalities, centuries, etc. Although researching particular artists is interesting, another fabulous use of such a collection of images is to view randomly-ordered (with an option/preference for chronological) sequences of full-screen images. An icon for displaying an overlay with minimal identifying info (without disrupting the slideshow) would be great. My preference is for manual control of moving to the next slide, but an option for automatic transition (at a chosen interval) would be great.1 vote
Life plus 70 years only applies to unpublished work under specific circumstances and to newly published work after 1978. You have ignored entirely any consideration of the Copyright Law of 1909, which covers most of the paintings you claim are "public domain." This destroys your site's credibility.1 vote
Remember place in slideshow. After taking "i" information link, the back arrow should take one back to one's place in the slideshow.
Remember place in slideshow. After viewing "i" information link for an artwork, the back arrow should take one back to one's place in the slideshow.1 vote
this is something ive been looking for for a long time, thankyou, add HR Giger! and Foss!1 vote
The painting by Duccio di Buoninsegna, "The Vocation of Peter and Andrew", is listed on your site as being of the "Galleria dell´Arte del Duomo". This is incorrect. The painting is in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.1 vote
У вас ошибка. Хотя может у меня одного такое.
В общем у вас не показываются художники по алфавиту
You have an error.
In General, you are not shown the artists alphabetically.
Ability to add an artist / all artist artwork from Wikiart as an (user) album. Instead of (re-)adding all artist artwork to a personal album there should be possibility to add an artist (as it shows in public search in WikiArt) as a personal album.1 vote
Is it a watercolor and not an oil painting? See the Fogg Museum website for this entry. They also spell the painting's title differently.
Also in many others painters many JPG is missing starting from yesterday - I believe one server is down1 vote
There is a photograph of Gloria Swanson in Adolph de Meyer's gallery. That photo is by Edward Steichen.1 vote
Just found a photograph of mine on your site which you claim is public domain. It is a photograph of Michelangelo's Pieta. Photographs of 3D objects (incl. sculptures) are not public domain. If you had just stolen my photo I wouldn't bother (many sites do so), but, with your false designation, you are also misinforming the public and encouraging them to unwittingly steal as well. Could you please remove the photograph from your site? It's this one https://www.wikiart.org/en/michelangelo/pieta-1499.1 vote
I'm not an artist, and kind of new to WikiArt, but it's a fantastic resource to find works by various painters. I usually only use the website to try to learn more about art, but most artwork only has basic information on the page. It might be cool for there to be a comment section where people could give opinions, additional information, etc. I'm not sure how well this would actually work, but it's just a thought.1 vote
Better translations please - for example the text for Chicote CFC's Opportune et Importune is pure gibberish.1 vote
I miss some Artists! Here some suggestions:
Naoto Hattori (pop surrealism - like Mark Ryden)
Hajime Sorayama (PinUp Artist)
Gil Elvgren (American PinUp)
Alberto Vargas (American PinUp)
Rob Gonsalves (a bit like M. C. Escher)
Marion Peck (pop surrealism)1 vote
this painting has been cropped... http://www.wikiart.org/de/edouard-manet/rose-and-tulip-1882... so it is not an accurate representation of manet's work1 vote
An artist that I would like to recommend for the database!1 vote
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