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  • Painting of the Week: Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, Madame Thadée Natanson at the Theater

    By August 11, 2019

    Henri Toulouse Lautrec is famous for the portrayals of Paris nightlife: cabarets, theatres and brothels. He showed us the world of decadence and escape from the urban malaise where his friends, muses, patrons collided. In this sketch, he...

  • Pierre Bonnard: Bringing Color to Life

    By July 22, 2019

    When I was writing the article about the Nabis, I came across the past Tate exhibition on Pierre Bonnard which closed in May 2019. Let’s reminiscence a bit longer on the colors and hues of his paintings and...

  • How British was Van Gogh?

    By June 1, 2019

    The exhibition Van Gogh and Britain at the Tate Britain brings together over 50 works by Vincent van Gogh to reveal how he was inspired by Britain and how he in turn inspired British artists. The starting point...

  • 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...

  • Painting of the Week: Vincent van Gogh, Irises

    By March 31, 2019

    One year before his death on March 30th 1890, Vincent van Gogh chose to enter Saint Paul de Mausole, an asylum in Saint-Rémy, originally a 12th century Augustinian monastery. Isolation was what he wanted. There he created almost 130 paintings...

  • Intersection of Coffee and Creating: Coffee Shops and Their Purpose

    By February 5, 2019

    The actual art of coffee making has steadily been growing for years. We have surpassed and moved past instant coffee, on to specialty coffee shops and their frozen and blended coffee drinks, hot chocolates, and sweet recipes, and now...

  • Cézanne, The Bathers Cézanne, The Bathers

    Paul Cézanne, The Bathers

    By January 20, 2019

    When little Paul was born on 19th January 1839 nobody could expect that he will revolutionize painting with developing a unique style and influence a whole generation of artists. Let’s have a look at one of Cézanne’s last...

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