Kate Wojtczak

Editor-in-Chief

DailyArt Magazine Editor-in-Chief holding a PhD in art history; editor, writer, stylist, and adamant traveler almost constantly on the move.

Articles by Kate

Asian Art

Here Are the Japanese Winter Prints: The Art of Ukiyo-e

The Ukiyo-e genre of art flourished in Japan between the 17th and 19th centuries. The term translates as “picture[s] of the floating...

Zuzanna Stańska, Kate Wojtczak 21 December 2021

Masterpiece Stories

Masterpiece Story: Cuno Amiet, Snowy Landscape (Deep Winter)

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...

Kate Wojtczak 21 December 2021

News

Welcome to the New DailyArt Magazine! Why Art History IS Important

Today is a big day for art history! After many months of hard work done by our team and contributors, we are ready to show you the brand new website...

Kate Wojtczak 18 October 2021

Museum Stories

Insider Recommendations: DailyArt Magazine Staff’s Favorite Museums and Galleries

DailyArt Magazine turned 5 in July 2021! This online younger sister of the DailyArt app has grown up since then into a popular magazine thanks to our...

Kate Wojtczak 12 July 2021

Museum Stories

Exclusive: Staff’s Favorite Artworks from Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

One of the largest and most interesting American museums, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, was established in 1936 in Richmond. Among its impressive...

Kate Wojtczak 22 April 2021

Masterpiece Stories

Painting of the Week: Adolph Menzel, The Iron Rolling Mill (Modern Cyclopes)

The 19th century, the age of steel and steam, witnessed not only the developments of the industry but also of the new themes in painting. Now, simple...

Kate Wojtczak 13 December 2020

Museum Stories

The San Diego Museum of Art Staff Highlights

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...

Kate Wojtczak 14 June 2020

Museum Stories

Van Gogh Museum Staff Picks

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...

Kate Wojtczak 24 May 2020

Theater & Cinema

The Innocents of Florence. A New Documentary by Davide Battistella

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...

Kate Wojtczak 17 May 2019

Art State of Mind

6 Rooms from Famous Paintings Brought to Real Life

Paintings of historical interiors are fascinating hybrid images - midway between the work of a great artist’s imagination and a document of the...

Kate Wojtczak 29 April 2019