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Gustav Klimt’s Lost and Found Viennese Beauty – Lady with Fan

By September 19, 2021

Fräuleins (Ladies), step aside! This steaming-hot brunette is back in town! After...

CHEAP Street Poster Art, RECLAIM

Street Art

CHEAP: When Art Meets Activism – Interview with the Co-founder Sara Manfredi

By September 18, 2021

“Art” and “activism” surely are not enough words to describe what CHEAP...



  • Latin American Art

    Mexican Colors: From Mesoamerica to the World

    By September 2, 2021

    Not so long ago, artists got their pigments from nature. In consequence, every region of the world had its own pigments and shades of colors. In Mesoamerica, two colors stood out, red cochineal and añil blue. This particular...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Beyond the Biennale – Top Five Art Museums to Visit in Venice

    By September 1, 2021

    Venice, with its long history, is an open museum that will leave none unsatisfied. La Serenissima is a dream destination for every art lover. Apart from the many historic sites like San Marco’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace,...

  • Art History 101

    Lapis Lazuli – A Pigment More Precious than Gold

    By September 1, 2021

    Lapis lazuli, once more precious than gold, has a history of over 9.000 years. The earliest artifacts found at Bhirrana, which is the oldest site of the Indus Valley Civilization, date back to 7570 BCE. Nowadays, it is...

  • Contemporary Art

    A Vibrant Perspective: Ivey Hayes and His Colorful Works of Art

    By August 31, 2021

    A vibrant perspective of Ivey Hayes’ art has always stood out in my mind. Before his death in 2012, the South Eastern North Carolina artist was known for creating vibrant paintings from his unique perspective. Unlike my interactions...

  • Romanticism

    10 Most Famous Works of Caspar David Friedrich

    By August 31, 2021

    Caspar David Friedrich’s works changed the face of landscape painting with his intense and emotional focus on nature, and became a key member of Romanticism. His works are easily recognizable and and often cited by popular culture. In such...

  • Art Travels

    The Most Colorful Places in the World

    By August 30, 2021

    Whether colors represent environmental phenomena, human history, or personal freedom, there are canvases that exist beyond an artist’s studio. Mountains, lakes, buildings, and gardens are some of the most colorful places in the world. Let us hope this...

  • Impression III (Concert) - Kandinsky Impression III (Concert) - Kandinsky

    Art State of Mind

    Synesthesia – The Surprising and Powerful Fusion of Senses in Art

    By August 30, 2021

    Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which a perception from one sense evokes sensation in another one. In the art world, there are works which reproduce this phenomenon and artists who experience it themselves. Are you ready to...

  • Japanese art

    Tōkyō Thrift – Japonisme and the Japanese Bauhaus

    By August 29, 2021

    The historical narrative of Modernism is overwhelmingly western. However, the history of the movement is, in reality, one of constant diffusion between the East and West; between Europe and Japan. It is an area of study that has...

  • featured

    Masterpiece of the Week: Sebastián Zalcedo, Virgin of Guadalupe

    By August 29, 2021

    The Virgin of Guadalupe depicts the narrative of the Christian Virgin Mary who allegedly appeared multiple times in December 1531 before a Mexican peasant, Juan Diego, and his uncle, Juan Bernardino. These five Marian apparitions became the cornerstone...

  • Object: Shokunin (Artisans) Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) Object: Shokunin (Artisans) Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III)

    Japanese art

    How Japanese Woodcuts Are Made

    By August 28, 2021

    Hokusai’s Great Wave from the series Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji and Hiroshige’s The Plum Garden in Kameido from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo are undoubtedly the most famous Japanese woodblock prints in art history. Nevertheless, numerous...

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