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Four Women Impressionists You Shouldn’t Forget

Impressionism is not only limited to Monet, Renoir, and Degas. There were four women Impressionists who were all the members of the same circle and...

Zuzanna Stańska 4 December 2021

Women Artists

Matilda Browne, a Forgotten Female Impressionist

Matilda Browne (1869-1947) was a successful artist in the early 20th century, but unfortunately, few people know her name or her art...

Alexandra Kiely 4 December 2021

Women Artists

Fanny Brate: A Forgotten Painter of Everyday Art

Fanny Brate was born in Stockholm in 1861. Showing great potential from a young age, she started taking drawing and painting classes when she was...

Gokce Dyson 4 December 2021

Women Artists

Eva Gonzalès: Female Impressionist in the Shadows

While Eva Gonzalès’ privileged upbringing and supportive family afforded her the opportunities to grow in her artistic abilities and broaden...

Rachel Witte 4 December 2021

Women Artists

Mary Cassatt’s Feminist Mural Which Has Gone Missing

Mary Cassatt was a well-known Impressionist who often illustrated motherhood and traditional female activities in the 19th century. However, when she...

Magda Michalska 4 December 2021

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Women Artists

Mary Cassatt’s Feminist Mural Which Has Gone Missing

Mary Cassatt was a well-known Impressionist who often illustrated motherhood and traditional female activities in the 19th century. However, when she...

Magda Michalska 4 December 2021

Women Artists

Matilda Browne, a Forgotten Female Impressionist

Matilda Browne (1869-1947) was a successful artist in the early 20th century, but unfortunately, few people know her name or her art...

Alexandra Kiely 4 December 2021

Women Artists

Fanny Brate: A Forgotten Painter of Everyday Art

Fanny Brate was born in Stockholm in 1861. Showing great potential from a young age, she started taking drawing and painting classes when she was...

Gokce Dyson 4 December 2021

Women Artists

Eva Gonzalès: Female Impressionist in the Shadows

While Eva Gonzalès’ privileged upbringing and supportive family afforded her the opportunities to grow in her artistic abilities and broaden...

Rachel Witte 4 December 2021

Women Artists

Four Women Impressionists You Shouldn’t Forget

Impressionism is not only limited to Monet, Renoir, and Degas. There were four women Impressionists who were all the members of the same circle and...

Zuzanna Stańska 4 December 2021

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 3 December 2021

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Julian Stanczak and His Abstract Life

You may think that experiences such as forced labor in Siberia, losing the nerves in his dominant arm, or ending up in a refugee camp would have...

Magda Michalska 3 December 2021

Artist Stories

Painter’s Biggest Fear: The Blindness of Claude Monet

The eyes of an artist put to the service of art can reveal to us an unspeakable world which is however very present around us. But what does this...

Christopher Michaut 3 December 2021

Artist Stories

The Mysterious Pinturas Negras Reveal Goya’s Darkest Secrets

There are already several articles that treat in detail the life and works of Francisco Goya. If you want to learn about his career or most famous...

Magda Michalska 3 December 2021

Women Artists

Frida Kahlo and the Symbolism in Her Art

Frida Kahlo, who lived during the first half of the 20th century changed art history. She put her own dreams into her work. She had many ups and...

Emre Kagitci 3 December 2021

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Latin American and Latinx Art: Vida, Muerte, Justicia. Life, Death, Justice

24 local, national, and international artists presented an intersectional show discussing social and racial justice themes relevant to Latin...

Guest Profile 2 December 2021

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Most Intriguing Portraits from Remember Me Exhibition at the Rijksmuseum

Remember Me. Portraits from Dürer to Sofonisba at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is an event not to miss this winter! It is the first major exhibition...

Nicole Ganbold 2 December 2021

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The Treasures of the Bargello National Museum

Museo Nazionale del Bargello or the Bargello National Museum is among Florence’s most important museums along with the Uffizi Gallery and the...

Maya Tola 2 December 2021

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Enslaved Black Models in European Art: Anonymous Objects

Portraits of black people are rare in European art history. Let’s be clear: they were there, in society, but they rarely made it into art, except...

Candy Bedworth 2 December 2021

Museum Stories

Breaking the Taboo: Slavery Exhibition at Rijksmuseum

The Slavery exhibition at Rijksmuseum is an innovative project. The subject of slavery itself is a rather controversial one, as it constitutes the...

Errika Gerakiti 2 December 2021

Neoclassicism

Jean-Baptiste Belley: Portrait of a Black French Deputy

Although representations of black people were overlooked for a long time, current social and political movements participate to reanimate the...

Amélie Pascutto 2 December 2021

Contemporary Art

Pride in the Pandemic: Remembering Keith Haring, Our Rainbow Angel

If life is a moving picture, then the current pandemic would be one of the darkest chapters. We are witnessing death, experiencing claustrophobia or...

Guest Profile 1 December 2021

North American Art

David Wojnarowicz: Love and Rage in the Time of Cholera

Sex, spirituality, love, and loss – for artist, writer, and activist David Wojnarowicz these were the main subjects of the art he created from the...

Zuzanna Stańska 1 December 2021

Museum Stories

Two Billion Dollars and the Stunning Art Collection of Heidi Horten

She met her husband in a hotel bar. She was 19, he was 32 years her senior and a founder of the fourth-largest German department store business,...

Magda Michalska 30 November 2021

Contemporary Art

Meet Charles Saatchi, The Ad Man Who Loves Art

British advertiser Charles Saatchi is a renowned figure in the art world. Born in Baghdad in 1943, Saatchi arrived in England at the age of four when...

Amélie Pascutto 30 November 2021

Art State of Mind

Connections Between Art in Advertising

Type the words ‘art in advertising’ into your internet search bar and, more than likely, multiple sources on the topic will arise.

Rachel Witte 30 November 2021

Contemporary Art

The Art Office: Corporate Art Collections

What is your first thought when you think about going to the bank? Or a big company office? I am sure that it is not connected to art at all. You...

Elizaveta Ermakova 30 November 2021

South American Art

Coca-Cola and the Explosive Art of Cildo Meireles

Protest Art is challenging and controversial. Political protest requires a focus, and protest art gives us a public space where we can have a...

Candy Bedworth 30 November 2021

Contemporary Art

10 Most Expensive Artworks by Living Artists

We present an equation: one contemporary artist, one masterpiece, one auction, and a million-dollar offer. Here are the ten most expensive artworks...

Caroline Galambosova 30 November 2021