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Kate Wojtczak

DailyArt Magazine Editor-in-Chief finishing her PhD in art history; editor, writer, stylist and adamant traveller almost constantly on the way

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    The San Diego Museum of Art Staff Highlights

    By June 14, 2020

    The San Diego Museum of Art is located in the historic Balboa Park and owns an impressive collection of art. It was opened to the public almost a hundred years ago and is the region’s oldest...

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    Van Gogh Museum Staff Picks

    By May 24, 2020

    Have you ever wondered who knows the best of a museum’s collection? Probably the people who spend most of their lives between these artworks: the museum staff! Thanks to our partnership with the Van Gogh Museum...

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    The Innocents of Florence. A New Documentary by Davide Battistella

    By May 17, 2019

    A 600-year-old painting leads two art conservators in Florence on a journey that sheds light on the story of the hundreds of thousands of children who were abandoned, and the women who saved them. The Innocents of...

  • Rooms from Famous Paintings Rooms from Famous Paintings

    19th Century

    6 Rooms from Famous Paintings Brought to Real Life

    By April 29, 2019

    Paintings of historical interiors are fascinating hybrid images – midway between the work of a great artist’s imagination and a document of the past. Thanks to the project Atelier Décor held by HomeAdvisor we can learn...

  • Cézanne, The Bathers Cézanne, The Bathers

    Painting of the Week

    Paul Cézanne, The Bathers

    By January 20, 2019

    When little Paul was born on 19th January 1839 nobody could expect that he will revolutionize painting with developing a unique style and influence a whole generation of artists. Let’s have a look at one of...

  • Tischbein, Goethe in the Roman Campagna Tischbein, Goethe in the Roman Campagna


    Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, Goethe in the Roman Campagna

    By January 13, 2019

    Last week the Städel Museum in Frankfurt posted on Instagram a painting from their collection with a funny quote: “Having a bad day? Always remember: someone painted a life-sized portrait of Goethe with two left feet.” The someone...

  • Giotto di Bondone, Adoration of the Magi Giotto di Bondone, Adoration of the Magi

    Middle Ages

    Giotto di Bondone, Adoration of the Magi

    By January 6, 2019

    January 6 in the Christian calendar is a day devoted to the Magi. According to the Bible, Three Wise Men from the East come to Bethlehem to visit Baby Jesus, bearing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. There are probably thousands of...

  • Jacopo Tintoretto, Mariage at Cana Jacopo Tintoretto, Mariage at Cana

    Painting of the Week

    Jacopo Tintoretto, Marriage at Cana

    By December 30, 2018

    Because it’s the New Year’s Eve tomorrow and many of you are going to have fun I’ve chosen for our painting of the week a work depicting a party. It’s not a typical party, it’s a...

  • Cuno Amiet, Snowy Landscape Cuno Amiet, Snowy Landscape

    Painting of the Week

    Cuno Amiet, Snowy Landscape (Deep Winter)

    By December 23, 2018

    These are the shortest days of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. It’s dark and cold outside but there are two things which brighten the night – Christmas lights and snow, and this week’s painting is...

  • Paul Klee, Fish Magic Paul Klee, Fish Magic

    Painting of the Week

    Paul Klee, Fish Magic

    By December 16, 2018

    When I was a child, my parents bought a poster showing a reproduction of a warmly-colored painting with two small camels and a donkey lost in a composition of abstract rectangles. It turned out to be Paul...

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