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Sarah Mills

Reader, writer and professional daydreamer (very accomplished at this last one). Huge fan of 20th Century illustrator Charles Keeping, totally in love with the stories of Robert Louis Stevenson and M.R.James, and fascinated by Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast trilogy. Sarah studied Music and History of Art and has been writing for Daily Art since 2016. She works as a graphic artist/illustrator, and has a Gothic heart (likes skulls and horror movies, and names cats after Dracula characters). Being undeniably visual, she feels directly connected by art and music to the people of the past and therefore their experiences and feelings.

Stories By Sarah Mills

  • Bodies And Erotic Art

    The Victorians: an Unexpected World of Erotica and Pornography [18+]

    By October 2, 2020

    The subject of erotica is vast. Even reduced to only the Victorian world of erotica, it’s a challenge to write about in the space of an article. Really, it’s more the stuff of a book, and...

  • The Best Boobs: The Night by Ghirlandaio The Best Boobs: The Night by Ghirlandaio

    Bodies And Erotic Art

    The Best Boobs in Art History

    By October 1, 2020

    Big ones, small ones, round ones, flat ones, pointy ones, pendulous ones, young ones or old ones, we love them all! Boobs are important and have been celebrated throughout the history of art for many thousands...

  • The Accountant The Accountant

    Cinema

    Paintings in the Movie “The Accountant”

    By August 8, 2020

    The Accountant is a 2016 action thriller starring Ben Affleck, Anna Kendrick and J. K. Simmons, and is directed by Gavin O’Connor. It centers on the character of Christian Wolff, a man who has high-functioning autism....

  • Sacred Cats in Ancient Egypt Sacred Cats in Ancient Egypt

    Ancient

    The Sacred Cats of Ancient Egypt

    By August 5, 2020

    The Ancient Egyptians revered cats of all kinds and honoured them in their art. From servals to the mighty lion, cats were seen as powerful forces for both protection and destruction. According to their mythology, the...

  • Alan Harris Countryside Alan Harris Countryside

    Art State of Mind

    The British Landscape in Art

    By June 25, 2020

    The British Landscape: where do we start? From Turner to Hogan the British landscape presents a constant challenge to artists to capture its elusive moods. Landscape painting is deeply soulful, often telling stories of homeliness and...

  • 20th century

    Let’s Ride a Tiger! Escape into the Exotic with Henri Rousseau

    By June 23, 2020

    Let’s Ride a Tiger! Definitely not! We should never try to ride a tiger, and Rousseau does not suggest it either! It would be horrible (especially for the person I think). The art of Henri Rousseau...

  • dailyart

    All Souls & Halloween: Death in Art

    By October 31, 2019

    All Souls & Halloween: Death in art seems like a fitting title for an article in October! The feast day of All Souls and the festival of Halloween are celebrated close to each other in the...

  • Fighting Skeletons of James Ensor Fighting Skeletons of James Ensor

    Halloween Special

    Fighting Skeletons of James Ensor

    By October 26, 2018

    We can’t let Halloween pass by without mention of the late Victorian avante-garde painter James Ensor. Often likened to Munch is his ability to convey the miseries of human experience, while often macabre his paintings are...

  • Victorian Era

    Five MORE Things Everyone Should Know About The Victorians

    By July 6, 2018

    The last time that we talked about the Victorians we looked at steam travel, Alice in Wonderland, Romanticism, the Pre-Raphaelites and Sherlock Holmes, so what shall we look at next? How about The Gothic, Jack the...

  • Art History 101

    Five Things Everyone Should Know About The Victorians

    By May 28, 2018

    What do we think of when we ponder the Victorian era? I for one almost always think of steam trains, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Sherlock Holmes, Jack the Ripper, Charles Dickens, pea-soupers (thick London fog),...

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