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History

Eyewitness to Space: The NASA Art Program

Did you know that NASA has quite a unique art collection and that they used to commission artists to document their missions and projects? Let us...

Marta Wiktoria Bryll 12 April 2022

Haarlem in the Dutch Golden Age: Frans Hals, Banquet of the Officers of the St Adrian Civic Guard (the Calivermen), 1627, Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, Netherlands. Baroque

4 Surprising Facts About Haarlem in the Dutch Golden Age

The city of Haarlem in the Netherlands was one of the flourishing art centers in the 16th and 17th century. Today, you can walk the streets of the...

Rachel Witte 11 April 2022

Review

The Marina Abramović Method: Instructions to Reboot Your Life

Marina Abramović is a pioneer of performance art. She is known across the globe for conceptual art practices that push human endurance and...

Candy Bedworth 11 April 2022

Love Story

Aristocratic Marriage Like in the Bridgerton Series

Three Ladies Adorning a Term of Hymen is a huge triple portrait of the Montgomery sisters by Sir Joshua Reynolds. It thematizes aristocratic marriage...

Isla Phillips-Ewen 11 April 2022

Renaissance

The Marriage of the Virgin: Comparison Between Raphael and Perugino

We remember Raphael for grace, balance, and harmony in his art, which made him one of the great masters of the High Renaissance. His work gave him...

Arianna Richetti 10 April 2022

Art History 101

Remarkable Romani – Astonishing Works By and About the Community

Think of Romani people in art – what comes to mind? When we look at traditional art history, it is really rather disappointingly scarce. If Romani...

Candy Bedworth 8 April 2022

Keith Haring, Untitled, April 1982, Acrylic on tarp. Courtesy of Rita Krauss and Phyllis Mack. © Keith Haring Foundation Review

Confrontation: Keith Haring and Pierre Alechinsky

To commemorate the 32nd anniversary of Keith Haring‘s death in 2022, NSU Art Museum, located in Downtown Fort Lauderdale just north of Miami,...

Caroline Galambosova 7 April 2022

Faith Ringgold, American People Series #20: Die, 1967. Review

American Icon – Faith Ringgold at the New Museum

Faith Ringgold is an artist, educator, storyteller, activist, mother, and the subject of a major retrospective at the New Museum in New York City.

Jennifer S. Musawwir 4 April 2022

Diego Rivera, Doctora Mexicana (Retrato de Irma Mendoza), 1950. Blaisten Museum. Interview

Beyond Frida – Amazing Modern Mexican Art Collection You Didn’t Know About: Andrés Blaisten Museum

With over 12,000 works of art—including paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints—the Andrés Blaisten collection is considered the...

Kate Wojtczak 4 April 2022

Art History 101

An Artistic Look at Woman Through the Ages

“Woman” is more than just the female of the human species. The word conjures deep emotions and feelings that are as varied as there are...

Ledys Chemin 4 April 2022

Video

Watch the Hedgehogs from Medieval Bestiaries Come to Life!

I love animals from Medieval bestiaries. They are truly beautiful. So when I came across this video animating the hedgehog described in Latin...

Zuzanna Stańska, Nicole Ganbold 4 April 2022

Women Artists

Four Female Court Painters You Did Not Know

Throughout history, art has always played an important role in royal propaganda across Europe. Royal families were in a race to employ the best...

Gokce Dyson 4 April 2022