Beautiful and Scary: Illustrations by Harry Clarke for Poe’s Horror StoriesMarch 18, 2021
Harry Clarke was an Irish stained-glass artist and book illustrator. He made notable works in both fields, but somehow are his stained-glass works more the subject of discussion. They are also easier to find. However, his illustration work...
This Is What the Art World Looks LikeMarch 11, 2021
Book Review: "We Are Here - Visionaries of Color Transforming the Art World" and Interview with the author Jasmin Hernandez, Founder of Gallery Gurls
Writing Poetry and Inspiring Painters: Portraits of Anna AkhmatovaMarch 1, 2021
It is hard to say how many portraits of Russian poet Anna Akhmatova (1889-1966) exist – she was painted by many famous artists of the 20th century. She was an inspiration for many geniuses, being a genius poet...
The Musician, the Faun, and the Sunrise—Impressionism in Three ArtsJanuary 13, 2021
What do you get when you add some light, some inspiration, and some musical color? You get the recipe for cutting-edge content that will change how the world thinks about art. Read on for an illustration—an impression, if...
Best Photography Books – A Subjective ListJanuary 10, 2021
Like many of us, towards the end of 2020, I found myself mostly home-bound again and running out of ideas of what to do with myself. Being a bookworm I decided to explore the bookshelves of my family...
The Snow Queen – Book IllustrationsDecember 24, 2020
The Snow Queen is one of the most beautiful winter tales. Originally published on December 21st, 1844, it is Hans Christian Andersen’s longest story. Rumor has it that Andersen wrote it after a love disappointment. He fell in...
Painting of the Week: Alf Rolfsen, The Big StationDecember 6, 2020
Steam, breath and sweat combine into a pulsating cloud filling the railway station with energy and anticipation. Everyone is in motion either towards or away from the trains and it is here that journeys begin and journeys end....
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