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Painting of the Week – Kehinde Wiley, Officer of the Hussars

By February 16, 2020

February is Black History Month in the United States (in the UK...

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Modern Art Inspired Tattoos

By February 15, 2020

Getting a tattoo is a serious business. These days you can get...



  • Special Occasion And News

    Fortune-tellers: Art of Superstition

    By November 30, 2016

    St Andrew’s Day is not only a Scottish holiday. In Poland we have this old and pagan tradition of fortune-telling on the night of the 29th of November. We do magic tricks like pouring hot wax through a...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    5 Gems of the National Gallery in Edinburgh

    By November 29, 2016

    Happy St Andrew’s Day! St Andrew, one of Jesus’ disciples, is Scotland’s patron because the Scots believed to have descended from the Scythians who lived on the shores of the Black Sea in what is now Romania and Bulgaria and...

  • Art Nouveau

    The Romantic World Of M(a)cdonald’s Art (No Burgers Included)

    By November 28, 2016

    (Sorry for this inappropriate pun in the title, I simply couldn’t stop myself.) I’m not going to serve you any reheated burgers, on the contrary, today’s artists are a real gem in the Scottish art history. Let’s move...

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    Museums And Exhibitions

    15 Paintings From Shchukin Collection You Must Know

    By November 27, 2016

    Probably the name of Sergei Ivanovich Shchukin won’t tell you much now. Shchukin was a Russian businessman, a textile merchant who lived at the turn of the 19th and 20th. Why should we care about him, though? Sergei...

  • 20th century

    Henri Matisse, Harmony In Red – Painting of The Week

    By November 26, 2016

    Two weeks ago I was lucky to see this painting on a exhibition Icons of Art. The Shchukin Collection in Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris. Sergei Shchukin was the most important Russian collector of early twentieth-century Western art. He...

  • Special Occasion And News

    9 Most Expensive Paintings In The World

    By November 25, 2016

    Imagine the world in which there would be Black Friday discounts on works of art… Hahaha, it’s so unreal that I cannot even imagine that. Anyway, I thought that too many sales today can give one a headache...

  • Food

    8 Paintings For Thanksgiving That Will Warm Your Heart

    By November 24, 2016

    Dear Reader, we wish you the happiness of good friends, the joy of a happy family, and the wonder of the holiday season. Have a great Thanksgiving! DailyArtDaily Team Norman Rockwell, Freedom from Want Henry Ossawa Tanner, Thankful Poor Grandma Moses, Catching...

  • Artists' Stories

    Tangled Up in Blue: The Art of Edward Krasiński

    By November 23, 2016

    In Tate Liverpool, up to March 2017, you can see an exhibition of Edward Krasiński’s work. Krasiński was one of the most interesting and important artists in post-war Poland and whole central Europe. Today we want to give...

  • 20th century

    Everything You Must Know About Suprematism and Kazimir Malevich

    By November 23, 2016

    This post will be tough because abstraction is tough. And so is often modern art. In this article I will try to explain to you a radical Russian avant garde abstract art movement – Suprematism. This is one...

  • Food

    Caffeinated Art- Masterpieces For Coffee Lovers!

    By November 22, 2016

    Is there anything more delightful than a cup of hot coffee? It turns out that yes, there is, and it’s coffee with art! That’s why today we’ll be providing you with your daily dose of caffeine to keep...



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