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Zuzanna Stanska

Art Historian, founder and CEO of DailyArtMagazine.com and DailyArt mobile app. But to be honest, her greatest accomplishment is being the owner of Pimpek the Cat.

Stories By Zuzanna Stanska

  • Cats

    15 Cats in Art History Every Cat Lover Would Love

    By August 8, 2020

    Today is the day – for some it’s more important than Valentine’s Day, more important than Boxing Day, and even more important than International Pizza Day. Today is… INTERNATIONAL CAT DAY! To mark this very special...

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    Animals

    Tsuguharu Foujita: The Cat Master

    By August 3, 2020

    While there are many artists who can be called cat-lovers, only one can be called the master of cats. Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita was a Japanese–French painter and printmaker born in Tokyo, Japan. He applied Japanese ink...

  • Impressionism

    Four Women Impressionists You Shouldn’t Forget

    By August 1, 2020

    Impressionism is not only limited to Monet, Renoir, and Degas. There were four women Impressionists who were all the members of the same circle and exhibited works that were as innovative as those of their male...

  • Artists' Stories

    5 Impressionist Gossips Which Will Make You Feel They Staged a Soap Opera

    By July 31, 2020

    I know, it is a bit rude to discuss private lives of people. But when it comes to the Impressionists, knowing their relationships, connections, sudden twists of fate, and often difficult characters makes the whole story...

  • Artists' Stories

    Edgar Degas and His Most Beautiful Ballerinas

    By July 10, 2020

    Edgar Degas was one of the founders of Impressionism, however, he didn’t like the term and preferred to call it “Realist” or “Independent”. Ballet dancers were one of his main subjects. “People call me the painter of dancing...

  • Bodies And Erotic Art

    Danse Macabre: Dancing with Skeletons

    By July 7, 2020

    Danse Macabre (Dance of Death) – a weird dance between people and skeletons. You might think that it is a scene from a horror movie. But surprisingly, it is a medieval allegorical concept for the all-conquering...

  • 20th century

    Jeff Koons and His Balloon Dogs

    By July 3, 2020

    What do Jeff Koons, Jay Z, Christie’s, and clowns have in common? Balloon dogs! Read how an artwork looking like a huge toy hit USD 58.4m at a Christie’s auction becoming one of the most expensive...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    If You Love Pre-Raphaelite Art then You Must Know this Museum

    By June 19, 2020

    Britain is an obvious pilgrimage site for all Pre-Raphaelite fans, but did you know that the United States also has something great to offer? It’s the Delaware Art Museum! The Delaware Art Museum in the city...

  • Baroque

    Painting of the Week: Caravaggio, Amor Vincit Omnia

    By June 7, 2020

    This young Cupid, recklessly painted by Caravaggio, follows Virgil’s saying amor vincit omnia (love conquers all). He triumphs over science, art, fame, and power, the symbols of which are strewn at his feet: musical instruments, laurel...

  • Animals

    The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau

    By May 14, 2020

    Henri Rousseau was a French painter who painted in the Naïve or Primitive manner. He was also known as Le Douanier (the customs officer), which was a humorous description of his occupation as a toll collector. He was self-taught...

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