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David Bowie, from Popstar to Neo-expressionist Painter

By January 23, 2020

Most people know David Bowie as a popstar and performer, but do...

Chinese art

The Growing Terracotta Army

By January 22, 2020

When people mention the terracotta army, the first thing that comes to...



  • Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: John Singer Sargent, Madame X

    By January 12, 2020

    Happy Birthday, John Singer Sargent! If you were alive, you would be 164 years old! The world has changed substantially since 12 January 1856, however your legacy has stood enduringly. You are still considered the leading portrait painter...

  • Gerhard Richter, Birkenau, 2014 - 15 Must-See Art Exhibitions in 2020 Gerhard Richter, Birkenau, 2014 - 15 Must-See Art Exhibitions in 2020

    Museums And Exhibitions

    15 Must-See Art Exhibitions in 2020

    By January 11, 2020

    If your new year’s resolution is to see more art in 2020, Daily Art Magazine is here to help. Check out our list of 15 Must-See Art Exhibitions of the year. Hand-picked to offer something for everyone, from...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    In Good Company at Bonhams – An Exhibition of Fine Indian Paintings in London

    By January 10, 2020

    The global auction house, Bonhams and Arts of Hindostan will be staging a special exhibit of Fine Indian Paintings of the Company School from private collections that have never been publicly displayed before! This is a ‘viewing-only’ exhibit that is...

  • Special Occasion And News

    Picasso Damaged at Tate Modern

    By January 10, 2020

    On the 28th of December 2019, a man from the public marred the Picasso painting, Bust of a Woman. The painting is on a long-term loan from a private collector and it has since been removed from public...

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    Museums And Exhibitions

    Here’s the Scoop on the Frick Collection’s Upcoming Renovation

    By January 9, 2020

    The Frick Collection is a beloved New York City institution. It was founded by millionaire industrialist and art collector Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), and it is located in Frick’s Fifth Avenue mansion. The museum features a world-class selection...

  • Yves Klein, Anthropometry of the Blue Period (ANT 82), 1960. Artwork © Yves Klein, Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris, 2017 Yves Klein, Anthropometry of the Blue Period (ANT 82), 1960. Artwork © Yves Klein, Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris, 2017

    20th century

    January Blues. Blue in Art

    By January 8, 2020

    The January Blues, a well-known mood; festivities have come to an end and the winter is starting to feel gloomy. Therefore, to alleviate the melancholy, here is a trio of famous Blues from 20th-century art history. The Blue...

  • Artists' Stories

    Simon Hantaï: A Journey to Abstraction

    By January 7, 2020

    Simon Hantaï was a Franco-Hungarian painter whose work is marked by a reflection on painting techniques. In an evolution that carried his art to abstraction he crossed path with several art movements (Surrealism in particular), techniques, and materials....

  • Renaissance

    Titian’s Diana and Callisto (Metamorphoses VII)

    By January 6, 2020

    In a series of articles we are meeting each of the seven Poesies, which Titian delivered Phillip II of Spain in the 1550s and early 1560s. So far we have encountered the stories of Danaë, Venus and Adonis, Perseus...

  • Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Arthur Hughes, April Love

    By January 5, 2020

    Today’s Painting of the Week is April Love, 1855-1856, Arthur Hughes’ most celebrated artwork that embodies Pre-Raphaelites’ soul. Hughes and Pre-Raphaelites We consider April Love, made by Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) a Pre-Raphaelite painting. Though, the artist never actually...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Around the World with the National Portrait Gallery – P.1 The Extremes

    By January 4, 2020

    The National Portrait Gallery in London is due to close its doors starting 29 June 2020. The Inspiring People gallery re-development works will take three years. The gallery holds the most extensive collection of portraits in the world....



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