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  • All Faces of František Kupka

    By May 27, 2019

    First time I came across František Kupka’s work was in the Centre Pompidou and I thought: “Wow, he was such an interesting guy and I never heard about him before!”. Not much has changed since then, I still...

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    Art of the Spanish Civil War: Political Propaganda and the Modernist Avant-Garde

    By April 1, 2019

    April 1, 1939 marked not only the end of the Spanish Civil War but also the fall of the Second Spanish Republic. The victory of General Francisco Franco’s rebel forces resulted in the overthrow of Spain’s leftist Republican...

  • Aristarkh Lentulov’s Cubist Russia

    By February 2, 2019

    Recently I showed you views of typical wintery Russia by Korovin, which you can see here. Today we’ll see instead something out-of-ordinary. Although it’s always the same country, this time it’s seen in an avant-garde lens. I’m very...

  • The Abstract Waves Of Cornwall: St Ives School

    By February 5, 2018

    Just before the outbreak of the WW2, a small town in Cornwall, UK, became a haven for British artists. Built of granite and surrounded on three sides by the ocean, it was a perfect spot for painters because the...

  • Pablo Picasso And His Women

    By November 28, 2017

    Pablo Picasso perhaps the most influential and recognizable painter of the 20th century, is well known for his deep love and appreciation for women. Picasso did not have an easy relationship with women – he only loved them...

  • How Cubism Changed During The 20th Century?

    By July 22, 2017

    Art history changed lot during the start of the 20th century. First World War affected this transition and changed up the process as many artist tried to express their feelings in a different way during the war times....

  • When Picasso Changed Art By Inspiring Others

    By February 15, 2017

    It’s 1907, and Picasso is feverishly working in Bateau Lavoire, Montmartre. A large canvas of the prostitutes from a hometown brothel is driving him mad. What began as a brothel scene, morphed into something so radical that it...

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