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Joan Hill: Art that Communicates Heritage

On December 19, 1930 in Muskogee, Oklahoma, Joan Hill was born into an influential family of Creek and Cherokee descent. After dabbling in art during...

Abreeza Thomas 27 November 2021

Yaxchilán Lintel 24, 723-726 CE, Limestone, Temple 23, Yaxchilán, Mexico, British Museum, London, UK. Detail. Masterpiece Stories

Masterpiece Stories: Yaxchilán Lintel 24

Yaxchilán Lintel 24 is an iconic image of Pre-Columbian art. It easily represents the vitality, mystery, and fascination surrounding the Mayan...

James W Singer 27 November 2021

South American Art

Art and Ritual: Culture of the Enigmatic Moche People

The Moche were an ancient, indigenous people of Andean Peru. They are considered to be one of the most influential civilizations of the ancient...

Marga Patterson 27 November 2021

South American Art

The Link Between Shipibo Pottery and Female Identity: Designs from the Peruvian Amazon

Along the Ucayali River of Northeastern Peru, women from the Shipibo-Conibo villages have been composing striking, geometric designs to cover...

Lauren Dorsey 27 November 2021

Museum Stories

Karl Bodmer and His Native American Portraits

The Karl Bodmer: North American Portraits exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City spotlighted compelling 19th century...

Alexandra Kiely 27 November 2021

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Women Artists

Joan Hill: Art that Communicates Heritage

On December 19, 1930 in Muskogee, Oklahoma, Joan Hill was born into an influential family of Creek and Cherokee descent. After dabbling in art during...

Abreeza Thomas 27 November 2021

Yaxchilán Lintel 24, 723-726 CE, Limestone, Temple 23, Yaxchilán, Mexico, British Museum, London, UK. Detail. Masterpiece Stories

Masterpiece Stories: Yaxchilán Lintel 24

Yaxchilán Lintel 24 is an iconic image of Pre-Columbian art. It easily represents the vitality, mystery, and fascination surrounding the Mayan...

James W Singer 27 November 2021

Museum Stories

Karl Bodmer and His Native American Portraits

The Karl Bodmer: North American Portraits exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City spotlighted compelling 19th century...

Alexandra Kiely 27 November 2021

South American Art

Art and Ritual: Culture of the Enigmatic Moche People

The Moche were an ancient, indigenous people of Andean Peru. They are considered to be one of the most influential civilizations of the ancient...

Marga Patterson 27 November 2021

South American Art

The Link Between Shipibo Pottery and Female Identity: Designs from the Peruvian Amazon

Along the Ucayali River of Northeastern Peru, women from the Shipibo-Conibo villages have been composing striking, geometric designs to cover...

Lauren Dorsey 27 November 2021

Theater & Cinema

Pictures On My Wall – The Art Of Polish Film Posters

The emergence of the poster as a fresh, creative medium was a timely episode in an unfolding age of consumer expendability. In an era of conveyor...

Jon Kelly 26 November 2021

dailyart prints Special

DailyArt’s Favorite Paintings We Would Love to See on Our Wall

As an art lover I always regret that I will never own a gallery of all the masterpieces which I admire most. But to be honest, I think it is a good...

Zuzanna Stańska 26 November 2021

Art Nouveau

19th Century Parisian Advertising Posters on the 21st Century Walls

Parisian advertising posters have proven to be an essential element of the retro aesthetic. Reminiscent of the lifestyle of its time, this form of...

Guest Profile 26 November 2021

Design

Soviet Space Art. Posters of Propaganda and Progress

Here is a small selection of our favorite Soviet space posters together with some tidbits about the beginnings of the Russian space...

Marta Wiktoria Bryll 26 November 2021

Sport

Sports Fan? You Will Love These Vintage Olympic Posters

Did you know that since 1912 each Olympic host city has commissioned one or more posters to celebrate the hosting of the Games? Here’s our...

Marta Wiktoria Bryll 26 November 2021

Fat Convertible Contemporary Art

Erwin Wurm: How to See Things in a Different Way

In this article, you will find out about Erwin Wurm, an artist who creates humorous works of art which is actually either a parody of everyday...

Petra Dragasevic 25 November 2021

Athens Biennale ECLIPSE cover. Review

Athens Biennale 2021: ECLIPSE Highlights

For the last decade, Athens has been participating in the international art scene by organizing unique exhibitions and events with world-known...

Errika Gerakiti 25 November 2021

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The Women Who Changed Art Forever: A Novel Graphic about Feminist Art

The Women Who Changed Art Forever is a graphic novel written by Valentina Grande with the illustrations of Eva Rossetti. It’s a visual journey...

Arianna Richetti 25 November 2021

North American Art

8 Paintings for Thanksgiving That Will Warm Your Heart

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! 1. Norman...

Zuzanna Stańska, Nicole Ganbold 25 November 2021

Masterpiece Stories

Masterpiece Story: George Henry Boughton, Pilgrims Going to Church

This week’s masterpiece is Pilgrims Going to Church by George Henry Boughton (1833-1905). Even though Boughton grew up in America, he was born...

Alexandra Kiely 25 November 2021

North American Art

Inflating Art: Special Balloons in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade holds as much tradition in America as football, turkey and stuffing itself. Over the past 9 decades, it has...

Rachel Witte 25 November 2021

Dine & Wine

All You Need to Know About Thanksgiving Turkey Preparation – With Pictures!

Happy Thanksgiving! Have the most enjoyable time with your family and friends celebrating this holiday season! Whether you enjoy turkey or something...

Joanna Kaszubowska 25 November 2021

Photography

10 Photographic Reasons Why You Should Fall in Love with Toulouse-Lautrec

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, was a French painter, printmaker, draughtsman, caricaturist, and illustrator whose immersion in the colorful and...

Zuzanna Stańska 24 November 2021

Les Almees Artist Stories

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: Life Is Beautiful

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was born over 150 years ago in Albi, France. He wanted to be a doctor or a surgeon but due to illness became a painter. Art...

Petra Dragasevic 24 November 2021

Masterpiece Stories

Masterpiece Story: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Divan Japonais

Divan Japonais is a lithograph poster by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec which was an ad for a café-chantant of this exact name. The poster is like a...

Zuzanna Stańska 24 November 2021

Post-Impressionism

In a Cabaret with de Toulouse-Lautrec’s Posters

On the outskirts of Paris, a working-class district with cabarets and dance halls called Montmartre became the bohemian center of the city.

Magda Michalska 24 November 2021

Masterpiece Stories

Masterpiece Story: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Aristide Bruant in his Cabaret

In the 1890s Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was one of a group of young avant-garde artists whose color lithography was a vehicle for innovative...

Zuzanna Stańska 24 November 2021

Post-Impressionism

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Portraying Misia Natanson in a Theater

Henri Toulouse-Lautrec is famous for his portrayals of Paris nightlife: cabarets, theaters, and brothels. He showed us a world of decadence and...

Alicja Gluszek 24 November 2021

Design

Turquoise: Art, Culture and Myth of a Gemstone

The bright blue-green Turquoise has been valued and revered for centuries by all the cultures around the world that had access to it. Several...

Nadine Waldmann 23 November 2021