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Animals

A Lesson in Illustration – The Whimsical Characters of Beatrix Potter

By July 28, 2021

Beatrix Potter, best known for the charming tale of Peter Rabbit, inspired the...

Fashion

Dressed in a Masterpiece: Sonia Delaunay and Her Wearable Art

By July 27, 2021

Sonia Delaunay was a Ukrainian-born French artist and fashion designer, who spent...



  • Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Jean-Baptiste Chardin, The Monkey Painter

    By January 26, 2020

    It’s tacky! It’s funny! It’s weird! Yes, Jean-Baptiste Chardin’s The Monkey Painter is definitely not what you would consider in good taste. It definitely has the appeal you would find in a funny greeting card, or maybe in...

  • Eastern world

    Chinese New Year – the Art of Celebration

    By January 25, 2020

    Imagine a household celebrating the Chinese New Year where children share a home and joyfully play together. They have different kinds of toys to play with; two children play with a puppet hanging from a pole, like out...

  • Eastern world

    The Tang Shipwreck – Southeast Asia’s Maritime Heritage

    By January 21, 2020

    Discovered near the Belitung Island in Indonesia, the Tang Shipwreck is a momentous archeological discovery of recent times that provides significant evidence of commercial relations between the Far East and the Middle East in the 9th century. The...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Tutankhamun in London: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh

    By January 20, 2020

    For the first time in decades, the treasures of Tutankhamun – who ruled over Egypt from approximately 1334 – 1325 BCE – are on display in the United Kingdom, and this time at the Saatchi Gallery instead of...

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    Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Chateau Noir by Paul Cézanne

    By January 19, 2020

    Today is Paul Cézanne’s birthday (he was born on January 19, 1839), so this Painting of the Week is dedicated to him. It is his landscape Chateau Noir, 1900/1904, at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C....

  • Art History 101

    10 Things You Need To Know About Jan Van Eyck

    By January 18, 2020

    Jan van Eyck was a Flemish painter active in Bruges who was born in 1390 and died in 1441. He was one of the innovators of what became known as Early Netherlandish painting, and one of the most...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Around the World with the National Portrait Gallery – P.2 Europe

    By January 18, 2020

    The National Portrait Gallery in London is due to close its doors temporarily as of June 29th, 2020. The Inspiring People gallery redevelopment will take three years to complete. This gallery holds the most extensive collection of portraits...

  • Artists' Stories

    AE Russell’s Visions of Ireland

    By January 17, 2020

    George William Russell, known as AE, painted the spirits and visions he had seen since childhood. His Irish landscapes are topographically familiar, but juxtaposed with fairyland qualities. Russell’s paintings glow with light and soft colors, which often form...

  • Women Artists

    Eleri Mills – A Deep Sense of Belonging

    By January 16, 2020

    The colour palette in Wales at the moment is one of muted browns, dour greys and mucky khaki. So what a perfect season to come across the work of Eleri Mills. Mills is one of the most well-regarded...

  • Literature

    Book Review: Sofonisba, Portraits of the Soul

    By January 15, 2020

    Sofonisba, Portraits of the soul is a book by Chiara Montani about the life and work of the Italian artist Sofonisba Anguissola. Sofonisba was an artist during the Renaissance in Italy and Spain. She was the first woman...

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