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  • Top 10 Weird Christian Relics

    By October 30, 2020

    Heads, shoulders, knees, and toes… Saintly toes? The variety of saintly relics really offers it all. I hope all of this is not too morbid for you. We do have a lot of articles about nice things, like...

  • Art in the Netflix TV Series Dark

    By October 26, 2020

    On the 27th of June Netflix released the long-awaited third and final season of Dark. The German series, co-created by Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese, has been a great success, but SPOILER ALERT: if you haven’t already...

  • Colors Shimmering in the Light: Islamic Mosaics Panorama

    By October 15, 2020

    One of the most characteristic aspects of early Islamic architecture all over the world is the abundant use of mosaics, both in secular and religious buildings. Moreover, they are applied inside as well as on exterior walls. Some...

  • Art Travels: The Ruins of Hampi

    By October 13, 2020

    Near the banks of the Tungabhadra river in southern India are an ancient group of monuments known as the Hampi. These grand ruins were once part of a much larger, sprawling metropolis known as Vijayanagar or the city...

  • The Erotic Potential of The Temptation of St. Anthony

    By September 11, 2020

    Christianity has brought many popular topics to art over the centuries, yet the interpretation of a religious motif can drastically change depending on the artist and the period. This is especially evident in the 19th century, an era...

  • The Love Affair of Radha and Krishna in Art

    By August 28, 2020

    The love story of Radha and Krishna has been immortalized in art by poets, musicians, writers, and painters over the long history of Hinduism. The divine pair is often referred to as the single unit of “Radha Krishna” and...

  • All You Need to Know About The Last Judgement by Michelangelo

    By August 17, 2020

    There is a lot happening in this Sistine Chapel altar-wall fresco. Narratives within other narratives that contain enough imagery to last scholars a good while. With so much information and facts to bog you down in Michelangelo’s The...

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