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Rachel Witte

Art historian (art lover, artist), coffee drinker, writer, Mom to 2 girls, and wife to a pilot. BA in History and an MA in Art History. Favorite art style is Impressionism. Favorite theme is the Annunciation. Located in North Carolina. 

Stories By Rachel Witte

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    Art Travels

    Artists’ Beloved Travel Destinations as Seen Through Their Art

    By June 27, 2020

    The Summer months are upon us; a time generally seen as an opportunity for traveling. A time for flying to far off destinations; a respite from our usual lives. Some of us want to experience the...

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    The Art of Botanical Illustration

    By June 8, 2020

    Although the recent weather patterns here in the US might not suggest it, we are in the midst of Spring. It’s that time of year where people are out planting flowers or otherwise tending to their...

  • Art State of Mind

    Childhood Artwork of Famous Artists: My Kid Could Do That

    By June 6, 2020

    This week, here at DailyArt Magazine, the theme is children in art. Which is great because there are plenty of children in works of art throughout history. What if, instead of focusing on the portrayal of...

  • Art State of Mind

    Cute Babies in Art: From Rubens to Cassatt

    By June 4, 2020

    Who doesn’t like a cute baby? Lucky for us, history is full of cute babies in art. And while we could dedicate one whole article to the babies in Mary Cassatt’s paintings alone, there happen to...

  • Art State of Mind

    Family in Art: Missing Our Loved Ones

    By May 25, 2020

    Today, we have photographs and video cameras to help us capture special moments or gatherings with family and friends. We are able to capture the chaos, the fun, the meals, and much more. Right now, those...

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    20th century

    Middle Earth and Beyond in Art: Tolkien’s Illustrations

    By May 19, 2020

    J.R.R. Tolkien’s written works have influenced many around the globe. However, perhaps less known than his books are his illustrations that he began as a young child. These illustrations further enhance the reading process of The...

  • Art State of Mind

    Art Memes in the Time of Quarantine

    By April 22, 2020

    Memes seem to be the way that our generation sees the world. We send, make, and, most of all, laugh at them. It may not come as a surprise then that with all of our spare...

  • Art State of Mind

    Art Museums on Pinterest: I’d Pin That

    By April 17, 2020

    We all may be stuck inside, and the physical art museums may be closed. But it’s the 21st century and thankfully we have more ways than one to view many of the world’s art museums. Better...

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    African American Visual Artists in North Carolina

    By February 29, 2020

    Today American Black History Month comes to an end. Are you curious about African American artists from, or working in the state of North Carolina? Well, look no further. Here is a (short) list to get...

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    An Ode to the Kiss in Art

    By February 14, 2020

    It’s that time of year again where cute candy hearts and boxes of chocolate line the supermarket shelves. Children hand out cute valentine cards to their friends; we make plans with loved ones or friends for...

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