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  • Jane Poupelet: Bronze, Paper and Commitment in WWI

    By February 4, 2020

    Jane Poupelet was a French sculptress and illustrator most known for her involvement in World War I. There were not many female artists at the time so Jane Poupelet had to really stand out to succeed. She distinguished...

  • AE Russell’s Visions of Ireland

    By January 17, 2020

    George William Russell, known as AE, painted the spirits and visions he had seen since childhood. His Irish landscapes are topographically familiar, but juxtaposed with fairyland qualities. Russell’s paintings glow with light and soft colors, which often form...

  • Painting of the Week: John Singer Sargent, Madame X

    By January 12, 2020

    Happy Birthday, John Singer Sargent! If you were alive, you would be 164 years old! The world has changed substantially since 12 January 1856, however your legacy has stood enduringly. You are still considered the leading portrait painter...

  • Painting of the Week: Arthur Hughes, April Love

    By January 5, 2020

    Today’s Painting of the Week is April Love, 1855-1856, Arthur Hughes’ most celebrated artwork that embodies Pre-Raphaelites’ soul. Hughes and Pre-Raphaelites We consider April Love, made by Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) a Pre-Raphaelite painting. Though, the artist never actually...

  • Painting of the Week: Ford Madox Brown, The Last of England

    By December 29, 2019

    Out of the cold English air comes a man tired from a hard day’s work. He enters his home where his loving wife waits with a hot meal to warm his cold body. They sit in the dining...

  • Hiroshige’s Winter Views of Edo

    By December 21, 2019

    One of the most famous woodblock printers of the late Edo period in Japan, Hiroshige, produced a series of a hundred views showing Edo city (today’s Tokyo) from unusual viewing angles, which revealed the hidden beauty of everyday...

  • Winter in Paris: Gustave Caillebotte, Rooftops in the Snow

    By December 15, 2019

    You open your eyes to the early morning light filtering through your windows. You instantly feel the cold air of the bedroom as you see your warm breath rise in clouds above your bed. It is a cold...

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