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Memphis Is Not in Fact a City but a Design Group

By January 18, 2019

Heard of Memphis? And I do not mean here the city in...

Museums & Exhibitions

Epic Abstraction: An Enhanced Perspective

By January 17, 2019

‘Epic Abstraction: Pollock to Herrera’ is an ongoing exhibition from the Metropolitan...

  • Painting of the Week

    Mars And Venus, Sandro Botticelli (Painting Of The Week)

    By February 12, 2017

    Valentines Day is coming. What else could we feature in our weekly series “Painting of the Week” if not a scene of Mars and Venus created by our legendary Botticelli? This painting is not only about love. It’s about...

  • 20th century

    Edward Hopper’s Paintings Recreated As Photographs

    By February 10, 2017

    Richard Tuschman is a fine art photographer, whose works has appeared on a number of book covers, ad campaigns and exhibitions. In his project, Hopper Meditations he recreated famous Edward Hopper paintings in an unconventional way. Tuschman builds...

  • Symbolism

    Symbolism In Victorian Art

    By February 9, 2017

    Symbolism, in the late 19th century, came out of the romantic movement and explored the meanings of forms, lines, shapes and colour, drawing on such literary genres as mythology and subjects such as dreams and nightmares, religion, life...

  • 21st century

    Siah Armajani – An Iranian Artist In the US

    By February 8, 2017

    Here comes the second episode of my new cycle about art from the ‘banned’ countries. Today it’s time for Iran and its contemporary artist: Siah (Siavash) Armajani. His works are known across the United States, Europe and Iran, as he specializes...

  • 20th century

    Sir William Orpen – The Official Artist of The First World War

    By February 7, 2017

    Initially known for society portraits, Sir William Orpen (the knighthood came after the end of the war) became an official artist of the First World War and produced work of such stunning, yet horrific reality, that they still...

  • Religious Art

    Most Famous Babel Towers In Art

    By February 6, 2017

    The Tower of Babel is a Near Eastern myth that is recorded in the Genesis in Old Testament and it is meant to explain the origin of different languages. According to the story, a united humanity of the...

  • Museums & Exhibitions

    5 Reasons To Visit Kröller-Müller Museum

    By February 5, 2017

    Recently in our mobile app, DailyArt (download it for free for iOS/Android) we have featured masterpieces from Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, The Netherlands. Thanks to this special feature we were able to have a closer look at this...

  • 20th century

    Watch Andy Warhol Screenprinting Marlon Brando

    By February 4, 2017

    Andy Warhol started to experiment with screenprinting in the 1960s. In 1950s, Warhol was a prize-winning commercial artist and he devised a printing process of blotting outline drawings in ink from one surface to another. While he was...

  • Animals

    The Best of Leda And A Swan Paintings

    By February 3, 2017

    If you ever see a painting presenting the girl with a swan – it must be Leda. Leda and the Swan is a story from Greek mythology in which the god Zeus, in the form of a swan,...

  • Bodies & Erotic Art

    Need A Hug? Paintings Which Embrace

    By February 2, 2017

    Are you having a pretty bad week? Recently I have been really stressed and desperately needed a hug. If you need one too, I’m sending you some most beautiful hugs from art. Charles Blackman Pablo Picasso Gustav Klimt...

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