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  • Chagall’s Artistic Battle with Malevich and the Forces of Suprematism

    By October 19, 2018

    Marc Chagall and Kazimir Malevich have much in common. Both were artists. Both were deeply affected by the Russian Revolution. Almost everything is over almost before it begins. We long for consistency, a foundation of belief, and a...

  • Edward Hopper Soir Bleu Edward Hopper Soir Bleu

    Edward Hopper, Soir Bleu

    By October 14, 2018

    Loneliness in the crowd. We’re at a café somewhere in France. Seven people sat at the tables: a powdered prostitute, a clown with white make-up, a military man in epaulettes, a bearded bohemian and a pair of slumming aristocrats...

  • Thomas Gainsborough, The Spitz Dog, ca 1765, Yale University Art Gallery - spitz, pomeranian Thomas Gainsborough, The Spitz Dog, ca 1765, Yale University Art Gallery - spitz, pomeranian

    ‘I’m sick of Portraits’ – Gainsborough and his dogs’ portraits

    By October 13, 2018

    Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) was a portrait and landscape painter. During his career, he often painted dogs accompanying his sitters. Always making sure that the dogs are not only a prop, but they also ooze personality. It is a...

  • Charles White Retrospective Charles White Retrospective

    The Charles White Retrospective — Only the Beginning

    By October 11, 2018

    Charles White was a prolific artist. The retrospective exhibition in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, which opened on October 7 and will be on display until January 2019, not only demonstrates this; it also...

  • Colours of Pablo Picasso Colours of Pablo Picasso

    The Colours of Pablo Picasso

    By October 8, 2018

    What’s your favourite colour? Why? Have you ever tried to get to know someone better by asking this question? It can fill an awkward silence in a conversation, and to some, it can reveal a personality trait that allows...

  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir, The Theatre Box Pierre-Auguste Renoir, The Theatre Box

    Pierre-Auguste Renoir, The Theatre Box

    By October 7, 2018

    Entertainments such as cabarets, theatres and the circus were popular themes among the Impressionist painters whose mission was portraying the modern city life. Theatre in Paris was a rapidly expanding industry during the 19th century where it was important to...

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    Every Dog Has Its Day…

    By October 4, 2018

    No one will ever be as happy to see you coming back home as your dog. As they are always with us they do deserve their place in art. And they certainly have it, not only as companions...

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