Representation vs Reality: Artists Portrayed in Midnight in Paris. Part 2
Painting of the Week: Claude Monet, MeulesOctober 6, 2019
Claude Monet, the master of Impressionism, loved to paint in series. The one with haystacks (in French called meules) is his most known one, as well the first he exhibited. Fifteen of the paintings, presenting the haystacks in...
Last Days of Summer in ArtSeptember 21, 2019
The end of summer is approaching and these last days of sunshine create a kind of melancholy feeling. You probably like to look back on the past few weeks. The summer is a period in which we may...
Artists and Industrial Revolution: Images of the Changing WorldSeptember 20, 2019
The Industrial Revolution brought fundamental and irreversible social changes. But what was its influence on art and artists? Changing Times, Changing Themes Even though depictions of rural labor remained frequent, industry, as an important part of the reality...
Matilda Browne, a Forgotten Female ImpressionistSeptember 14, 2019
Matilda Browne (1869-1947) was a successful artist in the early 20th century, but unfortunately, few people know her name or her art today. Matilda Browne showed promising artistic talent early in her life. Growing up in Newark, New...
When Romanticism Meets Eruptions: Volcanoes in PaintingsSeptember 13, 2019
Active volcanoes are great places to visit, but the danger of a potential eruption is always there. When some of them erupted with artists as viewers, it led to spectacular paintings. Those demonstrations of the power of nature...
Painting of the Week: Edward Henry Potthast, Ocean BreezesSeptember 8, 2019
This week’s Painting of the Week is Ocean Breezes by Edward Henry Potthast. It’s a wonderfully vivid work, showing two girls and their mother caught up in the breeze at the beach. Standing in front of it, I...
Florence Griswold – “Patron Saint” of American ImpressionismAugust 28, 2019
Florence Griswold wasn’t an artist or even an art collector, but she was a key figure in American Impressionism. The New York Times even called her the movement’s “Patron Saint”. Florence Griswold (1850-1937) came from an upper-class but...
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