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Marina Kochetkova

I like to explore how art changed our world and try to delve deeper into each artistic period. It is not only a work of art that fascinate me but also the lives of artists and their aspirations to bring meaning into the world.

    Stories By Marina Kochetkova

    • 19th Century

      Painting of the Week: Thomas Lawrence, Julia, Lady Peel

      By July 5, 2020

      When I saw the portrait of Julia, Lady Peel by Sir Thomas Lawrence in the Frick Collection, I was intrigued by the artwork. There is a discrepancy between her gentle expression and the flamboyance of her costume. Yet...

    • the sculpture of Maitreya flanked by two bodhisattvas on the Chinese style painted background the sculpture of Maitreya flanked by two bodhisattvas on the Chinese style painted background

      Art Travels

      The Power of Compassion – Bodhisattvas in Art

      By June 16, 2020

      Enlightening and radiant bodhisattvas are often depicted in art. With the opening of Buddhist practice to laypeople, active and compassionate bodhisattva archetypes developed in the popular imagination. However, these archetypes were not remote or passive. They...

    • dailyart

      A Perfect Meal for A Summer Day Inspired by Art

      By June 13, 2020

      Fresh produce, small green gardens, beds of herbs, dappled sunlight playing through trees and onto picnic spreads, fruit, and vegetables are all ingredients for the perfect meal to savor on a summer day. These elements were...

    • sculpture of the gilded buddha seated in the hall of the monastery surrounded by other deities sculpture of the gilded buddha seated in the hall of the monastery surrounded by other deities

      Art Travels

      Journey to the East – Buddhist Art Across Cultures

      By May 12, 2020

      From its beginnings in India, Buddhist art has traveled across cultures. Buddhism developed its character thanks to many pilgrims who made their journey to the east and west to propel the ideas. Although it no longer...

    • Ancient

      Nefertiti as a Beauty Icon

      By March 26, 2020

      Nefertiti is a beauty icon and one of the most powerful women who inspires us throughout centuries. Responding to the rhythms of the age, she seized the opportunities of her time. But Nefertiti also left us...

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      Introducing the Cleveland Museum of Art

      By February 22, 2020

      The Cleveland Museum of Art is a major American art museum, renowned for the quality and breadth of its collection. It includes more than 61,000 works of art ranging over 6,000 years, from ancient to contemporary...

    • Art State of Mind

      Chinese New Year – the Art of Celebration

      By January 25, 2020

      Imagine a household celebrating the Chinese New Year where children share a home and joyfully play together. They have different kinds of toys to play with; two children play with a puppet hanging from a pole,...

    • Chinese art

      The Growing Terracotta Army

      By January 22, 2020

      When people mention the terracotta army, the first thing that comes to mind is the phrase “the eighth wonder of the world”. It is a symbol of China’s thousands of years of culture. The First Emperor’s...

    • cranes hovering over the palace cranes hovering over the palace

      Chinese art

      Chinese Traditional Painting: Interesting Stories

      By January 2, 2020

      Traditional Chinese paintings are known for their distinctive style. When did Chinese painting begin and how to read it? What did it mean for the artists? Did they simply respond to and try to capture the...

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