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Renaissance

Sistine Chapel: Michelangelo, the Warrior Pope and God’s Bottom

No, I am not indulging in casual profanity, in this painting, we are actually looking at God’s bare bottom and it graces the ceiling of the...

Guest Profile 6 March 2022

Women Artists

Maria Prymachenko – Folk Pacifist from Ukraine

On Sunday, February 27th the Ivankiv Historical and Local History Museum in the town of Ivankiv, north of Kyiv which was a house of the collection of...

Zuzanna Stańska 4 March 2022

European Art

Helene Kröller-Müller: Life Between Love and Art

The Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, Netherlands holds the second-largest Van Gogh collection in the world. Furthermore, there are masterpieces by...

Marija Canjuga 4 March 2022

Museum Stories

Her Life and Her Museum: Isabella Stewart Gardner

The story of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and its founder before the robbery in 1990.

Jennifer S. Musawwir 4 March 2022

body representation art Women Artists

Stretching the Body – A Reflection on the Representation of the Human Figure

In Northern Italy, in Turin, you can find the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation, one of the most interesting Italian spaces dedicated to...

Arianna Richetti 3 March 2022

Literature

The Snow Queen – Book Illustrations

The Snow Queen is one of the most beautiful winter tales. Originally published on December 21st, 1844, it is Hans Christian Andersen’s longest...

Errika Gerakiti 2 March 2022

Women Artists

5 Women Artists Whose Works Were Misattributed to Men

Why have there been no great women artists? It continues to be a question that pops up all too often. The response can be succinctly summarized like...

Anastasia Tsaleza 1 March 2022

Women Artists

Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? 50 Years Later

The well-known essay Why have there been no great women artists by Linda Nochlin was originally published in ARTnews in January 1971. It is an essay...

Errika Gerakiti 1 March 2022

Renaissance

The Fantasy World of Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s Portraits

Giuseppe Arcimboldo was the King of Mannerism. If you see a human portrait made of plants, vegetables, books, animals and generally speaking, stuff...

Zuzanna Stańska 28 February 2022

Women Artists

Miné Okubo and Citizen 13660

During World War II thousands of United States citizens of Japanese ancestry were forcibly placed in concentration camps. These decisions were taken...

Lauren Kraut 26 February 2022

Video

Watch Pierre-Auguste Renoir Painting – Video

In this unique film created a few years before his death, Pierre-Auguste Renoir is painting. And also smoking! During this tough period of his life,...

Zuzanna Stańska 25 February 2022

Review

Joan Miró: Signs and Figurations at Serralves Foundation in Porto

Want to have a stroll with a master in a beautiful Art Deco house? If so, go quickly to the Serralves Foundation in Porto, Portugal, where Joan...

Tommy Thiange 24 February 2022