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Dachshunds in Art

By July 5, 2020

Dachshunds were first bred around the 15th century in Germany. Their primary...

Painting of the Week

Painting of the Week: Thomas Lawrence, Julia, Lady Peel

By July 5, 2020

When I saw the portrait of Julia, Lady Peel by Sir Thomas Lawrence in...



  • 20th century

    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...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Running In Museums? Run with Martin Creed

    By November 27, 2017

    Have you ever entered a museum five minutes before closing and thus had to run to see as much as possible? Such a thing happened to Martin Creed, a contemporary British artist, who once in Sicily had to...

  • Video

    Watch This Digital Reinterpretation Of "’The Garden of Earthly Delights’"

    By November 26, 2017

    ‘PARADISE’ by Dutch company Studio Smack is a contemporary reinterpretation of the iconic Hieronymus Bosch’s painting ‘The Garden of Earthly Delights,’ Rendered in spectacular 4K animation, the video is based on the central panel of the famous triptych....

  • Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Félix Vallotton, The Lie

    By November 25, 2017

    Today’s painting, created by Felix Vallotton (one of my favorite artists), was painted in 1897 – but it could just as easily be a scene staged today. A man and woman, intimately entwined on a sofa. I love...

  • 20th century

    The Last Landscape of William Langson Lathrop

    By November 24, 2017

       The landscape of Long Island, New York drew a host of American Impressionists and their associates from the late nineteenth century and into the early twentieth. The Shinnecock School, the first en plein air art school in...

  • 20th century

    The Art Of Thanksgiving By Norman Rockwell

    By November 23, 2017

    Norman Rockwell was a 20th-century American author, painter and illustrator. He is most famous for the cover illustrations of everyday life he created for The Saturday Evening Post magazine over nearly five decades. Some of them become national...

  • Artists' Stories

    Julie Manet – the Beauty of Impressionism

    By November 22, 2017

      Julie Manet – the Beauty of Impressionism – was the daughter of the wealthy, well-connected painter Berthe Morisot and Eugène Manet, the brother of the famous impressionist painter Édouard Manet. The muse’s mother was highly valued as...

  • Special Occasion And News

    Writers for DailyArtDaily.com Wanted!

    By November 21, 2017

    If you love art history… Love writing… Read DailyArtDaily.com and like what we do… We are looking for contributors! It doesn’t matter what you would like to write about, we need people interested in all art periods and...

  • Music

    Farinelli- The Best Castrato In Portraits

    By November 20, 2017

    What does ‘castrato’ mean? ‘Castrati’ (ital.pl) were male singers who had been castrated before puberty to retain the so-called ‘voce bianca’, that is unmutated voice, which therefore was neither female (soprano/alto), nor male (tenore/basso). They were most common...

  • Video

    What If The Animals From Medieval Bestiaries Could Move…

    By November 19, 2017

    I love animals from Medieval bestiaries. They are truly beautiful. So when I came across this video with the animation of the hedgehog described in Latin Physiologus I just couldn’t resist… The Polish animating studio Obrazki nunu &...



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