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Kate Wojtczak 18 October 2021

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Insider Recommendations: DailyArt Magazine Staff’s Favorite Museums and Galleries

DailyArt Magazine turned 5 in July 2021! This online younger sister of the DailyArt app has grown up since then into a popular magazine thanks to our [...]

Kate Wojtczak 12 July 2021

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Cheer Me Up! 10 Funniest DailyArt Magazine Articles Ever

Celebrate the new DailyArt Magazine with us! For this occasion we prepared a list of the 10 funniest (or quirkiest?) articles in our Magazine! We [...]

Joanna Kaszubowska 17 July 2021

Impressionism

DailyArt Magazine Staff’s Impressions of the Impressionists

For a few years DailyArt Magazine has brought you articles on hundreds of topics relating to art history. Today you have a rare chance to meet some [...]

Rachel Witte 13 July 2020

Art State of Mind

5 Best DailyArt Magazine Articles as Selected by Our Readers

There’s no magazine without its readers, and we’re so grateful for all of you! Today the DailyArt Magazine is launching its new website, [...]

Marta Wiktoria Bryll 17 July 2021

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Masterpiece of the Week: Pieter Bruegel’s Children’s Games

Children’s Games is one of Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s most famous paintings. Just like in other works of his, it is debatable whether it was [...]

Irina Diana Calu 17 October 2021

Dine & Wine

Prost! Oktoberfest in Paintings

Oktoberfest, as the name suggests, is a traditional German beer festival held annually in October. Unfortunately this year, as well as last year, the [...]

Magda Michalska , Nicole Ganbold 16 October 2021

Artist Stories

A Perfect World of Perfect Women in James Tissot’s Paintings

This title might be a little controversial. In fact, critics find the term demimondaine to be more accurate when describing Tissot’s series of [...]

Magda Michalska 15 October 2021

Artist Stories

Faces of Mozambique: How Malangatana Reflected His Native Culture in Art

One of the most prominent African artists of the 20th century, Malangatana was a multitalented artist who had many dreams. He realized them with his [...]

Merve Parla 14 October 2021

Renaissance

The Enfant Terrible of Renaissance Italian Art: 500 Years of Tintoretto in Venice

Tintoretto, the enfant terrible of Renaissance Italian Art has now his moment. Born 500 years ago in Venice, is now celebrated on various exhibitions [...]

Zuzanna Stańska 13 October 2021

Renaissance

The Most Pioneering Painters of The Venetian Renaissance

The Venetian School refers to the painters of the Venetian Renaissance. It developed in Venice in the late 15th century and lasted until around 1580. [...]

Charlotte Stace 13 October 2021

Renaissance

Titian Revisited: Grand Old Man of the Renaissance or Dirty Old Man?

Titian’s sensuous interpretation of Classical myths of love, temptation, and punishment came together for the first time in nearly 500 years, at [...]

Guest Profile 13 October 2021

Artist Stories

5 Things You Should Know About Johannes Vermeer

Johannes Vermeer was a Dutch painter who lived and worked in the Dutch Golden Age. Along with Rembrandt and Frans Hals, he is considered one of the [...]

Anastasia Manioudaki 13 October 2021

WTF Art History

Biggest Art Heists in History

Movies on thefts and art heists are making huge box office hits for their great action and wit. However, even if real art heists have been sometimes [...]

Irina Diana Calu 12 October 2021

Art State of Mind

5 Positive Effects of Art on Mental Health

It is scientifically proven that art can have positive effects on our mood and can help improve our mental health. But what is it about art that [...]

Nina Relf 11 October 2021

Museum Stories

Paintings at the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI)

Exhibition review of "Stretching the Canvas: Eight Decades of Native Painting" at the George Gustav Heye Center of the National Museum of the American Indian

Jennifer S. Musawwir 11 October 2021

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Masterpiece of the Week: Jacob Isaacsz van Swanenburgh, Aeneas Taken by the Sibyl to the Underworld

Aeneas Taken by the Sibyl to the Underworld is one of only 11 known surviving works by Jacob Isaacsz van Swanenburgh. It is a rare gem of late [...]

James W Singer 10 October 2021

Museum Stories

Why Is the New Paris Bourse de Commerce Museum Worth Visiting?

As of May 2021, Paris now has a new art museum to call its own. Located only 500 meters from the Louvre, the Bourse de Commerce Museum is dedicated [...]

Vithória Konzen Dill 9 October 2021

Women Artists

Women Artists of Venice: A New Initiative in Research and Conservation

Soon, the historical female artists of Venice will finally get their due! A new initiative, Women Artists of Venice, aims to restore artworks by at [...]

Alexandra Kiely 8 October 2021

Love Story

Unhappily Ever After: Unequal Marriage by Vasili Pukirev

Vasili Pukirev’s painting Unequal Marriage has a legend about it: allegedly, after looking at it, all the elderly grooms refused to marry their [...]

Elizaveta Ermakova 7 October 2021

Museum Stories

The Best Museum Instagram Accounts

We all love to scroll through Instagram for an aesthetically pleasing distraction from the real world. Museums arguably provide some of the most [...]

Nina Relf 6 October 2021

Architecture

World’s Most Beautiful Libraries You Should Know

Around this time of year, most schools and universities welcome back their students as a new semester begins. As we all know, the past year has been [...]

Magda Michalska 6 October 2021

Women Artists

Female vs. Male Gaze: Suzanne Valadon’s Reclining Nude

Female nudes are prevalent throughout art history. There are the ancient mythological goddesses, the Biblical Eves and Susannas, and then there are [...]

Lauren Kraut 5 October 2021

Art Travels

Art Travels: Duomo of Florence

Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore or the Duomo of Florence along with Giotto’s Campanile and Baptistery of Saint John are designated UNESCO [...]

Maya Tola 4 October 2021

Cubism

Picasso and His 15 Versions of Les Femmes d’Alger

When the Algerian War of Independence began on 1st November 1954, Pablo Picasso felt an urge to somehow respond to the violence and suffering that [...]

Magda Michalska 3 October 2021

Symbols

Paintings within Paintings: Time to Go Meta in the Art World

A few weeks ago, the art world celebrated the complete restoration of Vermeer’s Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window. It turns out that on [...]

Jimena Escoto 3 October 2021

Renaissance

The Unfinished Works of Leonardo da Vinci

As one of the most influential artists of the High Renaissance, Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci left a prolific legacy in the realm of the arts. [...]

Maya Tola 2 October 2021

Photography

(Sur)reality in the Photography of Kati Horna

Kati Horna photographed both the real world and the surreal. She was a modern photographer who used her camera to document a civil war and to escape [...]

Natalia Tiberio 2 October 2021