Painting of the Week
Painting of the Week: Camille Pissarro, Rainbow at Pontoise
Camille Pissarro has an interesting portfolio of paintings. His works are divided between...
410 Years Ago Rembrandt Was Born, Check Out His Six Magnificent Self-PortaitsJuly 15, 2016
Exactly 410 years ago Rembrandt van Rijn, one of the greatest painters and printmakers in European art was born in Leiden, the Netherlands. Now people take selfies. Rembrandt painted. He created nearly one hundred self-portraits during his lifetime including approximately...
This Is What Happened When I Used All Art Filters From Prisma App On My CatJuly 15, 2016
There is this new photo app called Prisma everybody’s talking about right now. Probably you have seen all your hipster friends changing their profile photo on Facebook to that one created with Prisma. Probably all your hipster friends...
Art Gif Selection (Week 2)July 15, 2016
Time for our weekly dose of art history GIFs. Ladies and Gents, this week (it is our first Friday after official launch!) we give you: 1. Refreshing bitterly cold Goya smoothie for a start of the day 2....
Happy Birthday Gustav Klimt! 5 Things You Need To Know About HimJuly 14, 2016
Today is the 154th anniversary of Gustav Klimt’s birthday. This Austrian Symbolist painter and one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Secession combined highly refined aesthetics, strong erotic tendencies, jewel-like painting surfaces, and use of abstract ornaments. He...
Come Dine With Art History: See What It Has Cooked For YouJuly 14, 2016
Socrates said that we eat to live, not live to eat (although his wife must have thought differently since according to the legend she was terribly fat). Well, even if ‘be, or not to be’ can be question,...
6 Creatures From Hieronymus Bosch Paintings Like PokémonsJuly 13, 2016
The world went crazy for Pokémon and Pokémon Go. Hunts for virtual Pikachu seem to have no end – probably you will abandon DailyArtDaily and go for a hunt yourself as soon as you finish reading this article. But...
All We Know About Cezanne’s FruitsJuly 13, 2016
Paul Cezanne was widely misunderstood by his contemporaries. This shy man, who was a precursor of Cubism and Fauvism, loved to paint fruits (in art history called “still lifes”). This is all we know about Cezanne and his fruits: 1. Still...
5 Gardens That Would Make Every Greenfingered Gardener EnviousJuly 12, 2016
Doesn’t matter if you have a garden, a balcony, a terrace, or just a window sill on which you keep a small cactus. These gardens are like nothing you’ve seen before. Prepare for a thrust of floral power:...
When The Days Get Too Sunny…July 9, 2016
… it’s time for the umbrellas! Check out these 5 beautiful pieces of art that feature rain (and umbrellas occasionally). 1. Gustave Caillebotte, Paris Street, Rainy Day, 1877 This is probably the most famous work of . He depicted a street,...
Can You Spot A Rubber Duck? Bathing In Art HistoryJuly 8, 2016
Even before rubber ducks were invented, people had loved bathing. And they loved to peep at others bathe. Nothing’s changed, soap operas are still in fashion 😉 1. Paul Cezanne, The Large Bathers worked on this painting for 7 years and...
ALL Art In BoJack Horseman We Could Find Gathered In One Place (6th Season Update)May 5, 2020
We love it when pop culture adopts, uses, and remixes art history, especially when that mixture...
Bodies And Erotic Art
All You Must Know About Japanese Erotic Art, Shunga (18+)February 16, 2017
“Ukiyo-e” pictures, pictures of the “floating world.” are famous among everyone interested in art history. Everyone knows Hokusai’s...
Bodies And Erotic Art
Greek Mythological Creatures that Combine Female Beauty and Beastly UglinessSeptember 12, 2020
Gods, goddesses, demigods, horrible monsters, and beasts of hybrid forms roam the world of Ancient Greek...
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