Stories By Andra Patricia Ritisan
Art History 101
Fruits, Flowers, and Death: Still Lifes in Art HistoryAugust 9, 2021
Still lifes are one of the most recurrent and well-known themes in art history. These subjects are usually representations of inanimate objects such as fruits, sumptuous bouquets of flowers, succulent feasts of food, or man-made objects...
Have You Ever Heard About Scottish Impressionists? Here’s the Glasgow BoysJuly 30, 2021
The Glasgow Boys were a group of Scottish Impressionists who placed the city of Glasgow on the artistic scene in the last third of the 19th century. Their avant-gardist style rejuvenated the Scottish pictorial panorama and...
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