Stories By Joanna Kaszubowska
Cheer Me Up! 10 Funniest DailyArt Magazine Articles EverJuly 17, 2021
Celebrate our magazine’s 5th birthday with us! For this occasion we prepared a list of the 10 funniest (or quirkiest?) articles in DailyArt Magazine! We hope they will pick up your mood and maybe get you...
Painting of the Week: Flaming June by Sir Frederic LeightonJune 27, 2021
It’s official: The summer has started in the northern hemisphere, even if the weather tries to convince us otherwise in some places. To celebrate the summer solstice, our painting of the week today is Flaming June...
The Masterpiece of the Week: Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd WrightJune 13, 2021
There are many iconic buildings, and it feels like more and more are being called that by the hour. But the list is a lot shorter if we only consider private houses perceived as iconic by...
Flash Gordon of Architecture – Helmut Jahn and PostmodernismJune 7, 2021
Helmut Jahn died in a bicycle accident on 8 May 2021, he was 81. You might have seen his obituaries in the newspapers and, if you missed them, this is not going to be another one....
Carlo Scarpa: The Modern Son of VeniceMay 28, 2021
When you think of Venice you probably first see the Piazza San Marco in your mind’s eye. Then some canals and gondolas, or maybe the other way around. At some point, you may think of the...
Calling All Consumers to Action! Support Museums – Buy a Gift!May 20, 2021
The past 14 months have probably been the hardest for museums since the beginning of their existence. Many museums are either closed or limiting their capacity. Also museums are not institutions that make money, and mostly...
Medieval Take on Comic Books – Très Riches Heures du Duc de BerryMay 16, 2021
The Middle Ages have a very sketchy reputation. On one hand, we know that a lot of amazing art was created during that time. On the other hand, there’s this lingering notion that the Middle Ages...
Bodies And Erotic Art
Celebrating the Male Body in Renaissance FlorenceApril 21, 2021
The adoration of the male body was an inspiration for many artists and there is no medium better suited to presenting the full beauty and complexity of it than sculpture. Today we will take a look...
Exploring Extremes: Art and Industry by David Stacey. Book ReviewApril 5, 2021
Art and industry may sound like an unlikely combination, usually we see them almost at the extremes of the spectrum of life. That is to say, Art embodies creativity while industry channels efficiency and standardization. David...
Painting of the Week: Hans Holbein the Younger, The AmbassadorsApril 4, 2021
The Ambassadors by Hans Holbein the Younger is one of those paintings that we know so well we tend to forget to look closer. It’s like the Mona Lisa or The Sunflowers, a part of our...
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- Eyewitness to Space: The NASA Art Program
- Diego Rivera’s Life in Self-Portraits
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- Painting Of The Week – John Everett Millais, Ophelia
- Everything You Should Know About Islamic Art
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- History of Medicine in Art. Collection of Artworks at Wellcome Library in London