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  • Nefertiti as a Beauty Icon

    By March 26, 2020

    Nefertiti is a beauty icon and one of the most powerful women who inspires us throughout centuries. Responding to the rhythms of the age, she seized the opportunities of her time. But Nefertiti also left us with many...

  • Michael Rakowitz: His Lost Heritage and Enemies

    By March 23, 2020

    In March 2020 the Fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square in London, which since 1998 temporarily hosts sculptures and installations by contemporary artists, will no longer be guarded by the 700 BC sculpture which once stood at the gates...

  • Painting of the Week: Rachel Ruysch, Vase with Flowers

    By March 22, 2020

    March is Women’s History Month, and to continue celebrating our artistic diversity let’s discuss one of the greatest still-life artists: Rachel Ruysch. Still-life paintings do not draw the crowds at museums. They are often overlooked and skipped by...

  • 10 Things You Must Know About Tamara de Lempicka

    By March 21, 2020

    Tamara de Lempicka was many things: a successful artist, a society darling, an expat. She knew how to create interest in herself and capitalize on it. She was an artist and a celebrity at the same time. You...

  • Taras Shevchenko: A Ukrainian Liberty Idol

    By March 16, 2020

    Taras Shevchenko was an outstanding Ukrainian artist and poet. Born to peasant family, he became a Ukrainian liberty idol and national, artistic hero. His artworks reflect critical problems of a 19th-century Ukrainian society. Yet today, his ideas are...

  • Painting of the Week: Johannes Vermeer, The Milkmaid

    By March 15, 2020

    Among the many representations of domestic scenes of respectable Dutch middle-class households, there is one that never ceases to impress and capture the imagination. It invites us to step in and maybe even help out with the chores....

  • 5 Modern Women Artists to Know

    By March 14, 2020

    When we think of modern women artists, certain names immediately come to mind. For instance, anyone can name Frida Kahlo, and the more well-read will even mention names like Leonora Carrington or Hilma af Klint. However, the art...

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