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The Charm of Colorful and Shiny Italian Maiolica Ceramic Wares

By April 20, 2021

Maiolica ceramic wares are exquisitely decorated and vibrantly colored handmade artworks made...

Bodies And Erotic Art

Body Positivity in Art: Paintings That Will Make You Feel Better About Your Body

By April 20, 2021

If you happen to feel negative about your body size, your weight,...

  • Rembrandt van Rijn, The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp, 1632 Rembrandt van Rijn, The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp, 1632


    A Tribute to Medical Services: Doctors in Paintings

    By March 30, 2021

    In the months weeks, we have heard a lot about doctors and healthcare workers, thinking of them as present-day heroes facing up to death. But what do they usually do in everyday life? This journey will go through...

  • Women Artists

    Elisabetta Sirani: The Glory of the Female Sex

    By March 29, 2021

    Elisabetta Sirani (1638–1665) was born in Bologna, a progressive city with a liberal attitude towards educating women. She was a pioneering female artist who established an academy for other women aspiring to become painters. Sirani was only 27...

  • Music

    How to Show Music in Paintings? Best Depictions of Music in Art

    By March 29, 2021

    There is an undeniable symbiosis between painting and music. The influence of one medium on the other is profoundly apparent in the works of many artists such as Wassily Kandinsky or Paul Klee. Artists have often explored tunes and...

  • Post-Impresionism

    Henri de Toulouse Lautrec Portraying Misia Natanson in a Theater

    By March 28, 2021

    Henri Toulouse Lautrec is famous for his portrayals of Paris nightlife: cabarets, theaters, and brothels. He showed us a world of decadence and escape from urban malaise where his friends, muses, and patrons collided. He portrayed one of...

  • Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Anne Vallayer-Coster, Still Life with Mackerel

    By March 28, 2021

    Anne Vallayer-Coster was one of the foremost still-life painters in 18th century France. She was enormously prolific and extremely popular. Her works were highly esteemed among private collectors and public institutions. Vallayer-Coster displayed at the Salon de Paris,...

  • Artists' Stories

    The Story of Norman Rockwell’s Forgotten Model

    By March 27, 2021

    Much has been written about many of Norman Rockwell’s neighbors who posed as models for his many illustrations and Saturday Evening Post covers. Now 86, but looking decades younger, Cathy Burow, née Smith, laughs about her fleeting fame. Norman...

  • Art Forms

    Opera: A Brief History of the Total Work of Art

    By March 27, 2021

    When we think of opera, art is not the first thing that comes to mind. Opera simply means “work” and it can sometimes seem over-the-top and old-fashioned to our modern tastes. However, when we consider that opera has...

  • Art Forms

    Artistic Cartography 1: The Fascinating World of Old Maps

    By March 26, 2021

    Cartography is the production of geographical maps and globes and it has existed more or less since forever. It can be considered both a science and an art. Why? Let’s travel between geography and art discovering old beautiful...

  • 20th century

    Theater and Cinema in Edward Hopper’s Paintings

    By March 26, 2021

    Edward Hopper was a prominent American realist painter and printmaker. He was famous for two types of paintings in particular: first, one focused on the common features of American life (gas stations, motels, restaurants, theaters, railroads, and street scenes)...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    The Best Museum Instagram Accounts

    By March 25, 2021

    We all love to scroll through Instagram for an aesthetically pleasing distraction from the real world. Museums arguably provide some of the most compelling posts, as well as creating their own memes to stay on-trend. This post will...

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