Hamburg Bathroom Remodel

Taking on home remodel projects in Hamburg is a fun and creative way to express your DIY self and bring in your personal style. If you are working on a small bathroom, kitchen redesign, or basement refinishing give it a nice open feel and create an appearance of a larger space by using specific items and a some special techniques. Use light colors, the right mirror, and the perfect size of bathroom vanity and your small bathroom will look better than ever.

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John Singer Sargent was one of the most venerated American 'Realist' painters, sculptors, and drafters of his time. He was born on January 12, 1856, in Florence, Italy, to an expatriate American couple. Sargent's parents, father, FitzWilliam, an eye surgeon, and mother, Mary, a singer, desired to settle in Europe and therefore, John Singer Sargent had the influence of European culture despite his American lineage. John's mother, an amateur artist, played a significant role in introducing him to painting. He did not get a formal education, but had gained immense knowledge in art, music, and literature (French, Italian, & German) through his short excursions across the Europe.During 1874-1878, a famous French artist, Carolus-Duran, tutored Sargent. Duran taught the artist the direct application of brush on canvas, a painting technique earlier invented by Diego Velazquez. The works of John Singer Sargent were initially themed on landscapes and buildings, which later graduated to portraits painting under Duran's guidance. John's first portrait painting was of his friend, Fanny Watts, in 1877, while in 1879, he painted that of Carolus-Duran. Soon after, the artist visited Spain to study Velazquez's works. Spanish Music and Dance also fascinated him, which was well reflected in his later paintings like "Al Jaleo (1882)."Upon his return in 1880s, Sargent was commissioned for many portraits. His richly textured and versatile paintings made him a very sought after portrait artist. His masterpiece, "The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit, 1882" shows four young girls of Edward Darley Boit. His other notable portrait, "Lady with the Rose (1882)," was a painting of Charlotte Burckhardt, with whom John supposedly had a romantic relationship.Sargent started sending his paintings, such as "Dr. Pozzi at Home (1881)" and "Mrs. Henry White (1883)" to the Royal Academy in England. He later moved to London in 1882. In 1884, he painted his most controversial, "Portrait of Madame X." The French society heavily decried the work, forcing the painter to return to London. By 1885, he nearly stopped getting French commissions. He visited Monet in 1885 and created the famous painting, "Claude Monet Painting at the Edge of a Wood," depicting his fascinating use of colors. From here on, the English patrons unhappily labeled him as an 'Impressionist' painter. Sargent's 'Realist' painting, "Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose (1887)," depicting two young girls lighting lanterns, however, was an instant success and hugely leveraged his recognition as a brilliant portrait painter. He held his first solo show at Boston, in 1888. His other notable portrait paintings were "Portrait of Robert Louis Stevenson and his Wife (1885)," "Lady Agnew of Lochnaw (1892)," and "Mrs. Hugh Hammersley (1892)." The much-appreciated John was made an ally of the Royal Academy in 1893.In 1900, Sargent painted one of his most famous masterpieces, "An Interior in Venice," a portrait of Curtis family and its palatial home. In 1907, the artist shut shop officially and was back to painting his first love, landscapes. The same year, he refused the knighthood to keep his American citizenship. During 1915-17, he even stayed in the US. Before his death on April 14, 1925, in London, the artist painted his last portrait of "Grace Curzon, Marchioness Curzon of Kedleston."John Singer Sargent, an ever bachelor, had a magnificent career, in which he created around 900 oil paintings and over 2,000 watercolors. He also made the portraits of two American presidents, "Theodore Roosevelt" and "Woodrow Wilson." This 'Realist' painter sold his portraits handsomely at as high a price as $US 11 million. Recently, in December 2004, "Group with Parasols (A Siesta) (1905)" was sold for $US 23.5 million. During 1890-1916, the artist even made several charcoal sketched portraits and called them "Mugs." His 'murals' orient the walls of the Boston Public Library. Admirers, critics, and many art galleries heavily appreciate and respect the scrupulous works of John Singer Sargent. He once quoted, "You can't do sketches enough. Sketch everything and keep your curiosity fresh." Bathroom Designer

John Singer Sargent - One of the Greatest American Realist Painters

For many people who live in San Diego, the bathroom in our home may be one of the smallest rooms in the house, for others, the bathroom may be one of the biggest. Regardless of square footage, it is also a room where we may spend the majority of our time while we are at home. In addition, it is also a room that most potential home buyers focus on when purchasing a new house. Therefore, it is important to make sure the bathroom has personality, style and an appealing design.

If you are considering remodeling your bathroom and are a native of San Diego, you need to consider some helpful advice when hiring a contractor or looking for assistance with your bathroom remodel project. You are going to want to make sure that you have the best information and use the best products to make your project a success.

Whether you are looking for a complete remodel of your bathroom or just help with installing new fixtures or a new tub, it will be necessary for you to shop around for quotes from local San Diego contractors until you find one that is best equipped to handle your job.

You will find when you work with a contractor on your bathroom remodeling project that you will not have to worry about materials, tools or installing any of the new pieces yourself and that they will be able to handle all of the items that most non-professionals have no idea about.

In addition, because there are so many "parts" to a well functioning bathroom, such as plumbing, electricity and construction, you will discover that when you hire a contractor, you will not have to worry about contracting out each of these individual areas because they will either have this person on staff or subcontract the job out to a trusted company or individual they have worked with before. This tactic also allows you to control your costs from the beginning and get an accurate picture of what the bathroom remodel project will cost.

When you first start working with a contractor on this project, make sure you are very specific about your wants and needs. If you have a particular fixture or material in mind show the contractor a sample, picture or give them specifics on where to find it. This will ensure that you get what you want and that the end result meets your expectations. Remember that a contractor is not a mind reader and their work is only as good as the ideas you give them.

As you start to consider your bathroom remodeling project, realize that this is one room in your house where you can be as creative as you want to be. There are so many options available to home owners today and you can literally go from the very basic, such as replacing a tub or a toilet, all the way to having multiple sinks and mirrors as well as heated towel racks and flat panel televisions placed strategically in the room.

Whatever your ideas are, work with a contractor you trust and make your bathroom a fabulous space!

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