Queen Elizabeth I – Portraits of the Last Tudor Rose
Queen Elizabeth I (1533 – 1603) was the only surviving child of...
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The Garden Of Earthly Delights – A Fascinating World Of Hieronymus BoschSeptember 2, 2017
Hieronymus Bosch is one of the most fascinating artists in the history of art. From the known information about Bosch, he seemed to have a very ordinary and dull life in a small Dutch town, but in the...
The World As Seen Through de Chirico’s Surrealistic EyesSeptember 1, 2017
Giorgio de Chirico was an Italian artist born in Greece in 1888. He started his education in Athens and Florence. Later he attended The Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, where he profoundly immersed himself into Nietzsche’s and...
The Story Of Duchess of Alba – Francisco de Goya’s MuseAugust 31, 2017
Few women in eighteenth-century Spain captured the imagination of contemporaries as thoroughly as Doña María de Pilar Teresa Cayetana de Silva Álvarez de Toledo (1761-1802), XIII duchess of Alba in her own right. She is known from numerous...
14 Famous Vogue Covers Created By Famous ArtistsAugust 30, 2017
It won’t be a lie if I say that Vogue for at least a century has been one of the most influential magazines in the world. So it’s not surprise that Vogue covers has been created by some...
A Visitor Damages Piece Of Art – No Worries, It Will Be FixedAugust 29, 2017
I love Ives Klein. It’s hard to explain as his works are JUST BLUE – or maybe I should say INTERNATIONAL KLEIN BLUE (IKB). But apparently this appreciation can be deadly for Klein’s art. On August 16th, in...
French Elegance – How Did Women Dress In The 18th Century?August 28, 2017
While we can no longer personally experience the splendour of 18th century fashion, thankfully many painters of the time left us the answer to the question, “How did women dress in the 18th century?” Their artistic depictions of...
The Actor Who Is About To Play Leonardo da Vinci RevealedAugust 27, 2017
We have two news for you. One – it’s going to be a new book about Leonardo da Vinci. Written by Walter Isaacson (who is a master of biography – he recently wrote one about Steve Jobs and...
Dive Into The World Of Alexander Calder’s CircusAugust 26, 2017
Alexander Calder was an American sculptor known as the originator of the mobile, a type of moving sculpture made with delicately balanced or suspended shapes that move in response to touch or air currents. Like this one: Calder’s...
Graffiti, Subways, and Keith HaringAugust 25, 2017
When Keith Haring moved from Pennsylvania to New York City to be an art student, he was inspired by the graffiti art that he saw covering subway cars and walls. Graffiti art was exploding throughout the city. From...
Lili Elbe – The First Transgender Woman Who Was A PainterAugust 24, 2017
Lili Elbe – born Einar Wegener – was a Danish landscape painter of the early 20th Century who later in life became a transgender woman. He was married to Gerda Wegener, a successful art deco illustrator and painter...
These 5 Weird Portraits from Kunsthistorisches Museum Will Make You WonderJuly 24, 2016
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