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Virtual Art Repositories – Explore Endless Artworks from Quarantine

By March 30, 2020

If you’ve in quarantine and have begun to feel the unpleasant effects...

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René Magritte: Lovers in Separation

By March 30, 2020

Now, while we are all being asked to practice social distancing, you...



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    10 Art Masterpieces to Calm Your Anxiety

    By March 19, 2020

    Art can be many different things: a snobbery-builder; a boredom-killer. According to some studies, it may even extend your life. It can also simply make you feel better. Here are 10 art masterpieces to calm your anxiety. We...

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    Museums And Exhibitions

    Cézanne: The Rock and Quarry Paintings at Princeton University

    By March 19, 2020

    Cézanne: The Rock and Quarry Paintings is a new exhibition at the Princeton University Art Museum. Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) is a familiar artist to most of us, but this show is the first to feature an overlooked aspect...

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    Literature

    15 Artsy Books to Read During Self-Quarantine

    By March 18, 2020

    Hopefully you are all in good health as the coronavirus rampages through the world! As self-quarantine seems to be the order of the day DailyArtMagazine’s crew is here to make sure you don’t succumb to boredom! As many...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Whitechapel’s Radical Figures and the Famous Paintings that Inspired Them

    By March 18, 2020

    In Whitechapel Gallery’s Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium, ten of today’s key figurative painters use historical art influences to tackle critical contemporary issues.   Through a total of 40 canvases created over the last two decades, Cecily Brown, Daniel...

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    Art Guide to Quarantine by DailyArt

    By March 17, 2020

    So, you’re bored in quarantine, or maybe they closed your favorite museum. The COVID-19 outbreak has us all wondering what to do. If just like us you turn to art in anxious times, you might use this guideline...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    Masculinities: Liberation through Photography – Barbican, London

    By March 17, 2020

    Given that March is the Women’s History Month you may find this a bit subversive, but in the interest of equality we visited Barbican’s exhibition Masculinities: Liberation through Photography. In Barbican’s own words ‘through the medium of film...

  • Artists' Stories

    Taras Shevchenko: A Ukrainian Liberty Idol

    By March 16, 2020

    Taras Shevchenko was an outstanding Ukrainian artist and poet. Born to peasant family, he became a Ukrainian liberty idol and national, artistic hero. His artworks reflect critical problems of a 19th-century Ukrainian society. Yet today, his ideas are...

  • Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Johannes Vermeer, The Milkmaid

    By March 15, 2020

    Among the many representations of domestic scenes of respectable Dutch middle-class households, there is one that never ceases to impress and capture the imagination. It invites us to step in and maybe even help out with the chores....

  • Women Artists

    5 Modern Women Artists to Know

    By March 14, 2020

    When we think of modern women artists, certain names immediately come to mind. For instance, anyone can name Frida Kahlo, and the more well-read will even mention names like Leonora Carrington or Hilma af Klint. However, the art...

  • Women Artists

    Evelyn De Morgan, the Pre-Raphaelite Sister You May Not Know

    By March 14, 2020

    Welcome to the work of Evelyn De Morgan. Jewel rich colors, gorgeously draped figures and a feminist message – what’s not to like?! But why is her name so unknown? Art history scholars regularly pay homage to the...



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