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Mastering Details: Heads and Hands in Käthe Kollwitz’s ArtAugust 25, 2021
The focus of Käthe Kollwitz’s art is the human being. Above all, a compassionate, humane outlook is characteristic of her approach. She was mainly concerned with the expression of emotions. She uses heads and hands to symbolize deep...
Joan Eardley: Scottish Passion for People and PlacesAugust 24, 2021
Her career lasted barely 20 years, but Joan Eardley left behind a huge cache of monumental seascapes and poignant portraits which are loved across Scotland. But why isn’t this passionate and prolific artist more well known across the...
The Queen of Neoclassical Photography: NellyAugust 21, 2021
For many, photography is merely a sophisticated way of immortalizing the current and carrying that frozen moment—which is impossible to recreate —onward to the vastness of time. Elli Sougioultzoglou-Seraidari (Έλλη Σουγιουλτζόγλου-Σεραϊδάρη), known as Nelly, a Greek photographer, not...
5 Things You Should Know About Michaelina WautierAugust 20, 2021
Michaelina Wautier was born in Mons in 1604. This Flemish painter has been absent in art history for many years, but her life and work are slowly being rediscovered. She was introduced to the general public in 2018,...
12 Women Photographers Who Changed the WorldAugust 19, 2021
Quick, how many women photographers can you name? From fashion photography to photojournalism in times of war, women photographers have covered it all, capturing sensitive and creative images worthy of praise and recognition. Some of them were interested...
Contemplating the Hidden Beauty in Cristina Coral’s PhotographsAugust 16, 2021
Cristina Coral is an award-winning photographer based in Italy, specializing in creative and fine art photography. She describes herself as a “daughter of art”, photographing what she feels rather than what she sees. Her dreamy and mysterious photographs...
The Best of Dutch Still Life: 6 Famous PaintersAugust 14, 2021
In the art world, it is commonly agreed upon that still life painting as a genre rose in the Northern and Spanish Netherlands in the last quarter of the 16th century. The term still life comes from the Dutch word...
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