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Fine Art in Rap Music: Eight Painters that Rappers Like To Be Compared To

By May 30, 2020

Full of metaphors, double meanings, and references to popular culture – from...

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What Is a Tronie? Famous Examples of Tronies in Dutch and Flemish Baroque

By May 30, 2020

The Dutch and Flemish Baroque of the 17th century is mostly known...



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    Impressionism

    Four Women Impressionists You Shouldn’t Forget

    By October 4, 2016

    Impressionism is not only Monet, Renoir and Degas. There were four women Impressionists: Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt, Eva Gonzalès, Marie Bracquemond who were all the members of the circle and exhibited works that were as innovative as those...

  • 21st century

    Hoovers Can Be Art – A Post For Perfect Housewives

    By October 3, 2016

    Do you like cleaning? I do, though I’m still far from being a Perfect Housewife. But I really like hoovering (especially with Henry). And the American artist Jeff Koons seems to be a fan of hoovers, too. Yes,...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Women in Kunstmuseum Bern: A Glimpse To The Collection

    By October 2, 2016

    Today is the last day of our monthly special feature in DailyArt mobile app (free for iOS and Android). For the past month every Sunday we have featured marvellous pieces from the collection of Kunstmuseum Bern which is the oldest art...

  • Academism

    Naked Truth About Academic Art

    By October 1, 2016

    Academicism was a dominant style in European sculpture and painting in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It was called so because it was dictated by the French Academy of Art, Académie des Beaux-Arts, which was probably the most...

  • 20th century

    Theatres and Cinemas in Edward Hopper’s Paintings

    By September 30, 2016

    Edward Hopper was a prominent American realist painter and printmaker. He was famous for two types of paintings in particular – first one focused on the common features of American life (gas stations, motels, restaurants, theaters, railroads, and street...

  • Gifs

    Weekly Art Gif Selection: Hello October

    By September 30, 2016

    Time for our Weekly Art Gif Selection. The first on in October! Today we have for you: 1. A very dynamic Scream 2. Ok, I don’t know how to comment that. 3. A smoking pipe that is not...

  • Pop art

    Pauline Boty- The Mother Of Pop Art (And She’s Not American)

    By September 29, 2016

    Surprise, surprise, Pop Art did not begin in the States in the sixties but in the United Kingdom, and already in 1952. Everything started with Eduardo Paolozzi’s series of collages “Bunk” in which he used pieces of American advertisements...

  • Artists' Stories

    The Story of An Excessively Electric Friendship Between Vincent and Paul

    By September 28, 2016

    People say that you shouldn’t live with your friends because your friendship may deteriorate. And the story of friendship between Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin can be used as an exemplary illustration of this saying. An initially innocent...

  • Religious Art

    The Best Of Judith And Holofernes Paintings

    By September 27, 2016

    Judith and Holofernes is one of the most feminist themes in the history of art. It is a biblical story written in the apocryphal Book of Judith. Judith was a beautiful widow who was upset with her Jewish countrymen for...

  • 20th century

    Picasso’s Favourite Instrument…

    By September 26, 2016

    That’s pretty obvious – it’s a guitar! (whoever had any dirty thoughts given the title, go to read about emotions first). It’s probably the most significant instrument for Cubism or even for the entire modern art. It featured in every...



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