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Craving a Pandemic Puppy? See the Dogs in Modern Art!

By January 26, 2021

One of the phenomena that developed in the last 12 months is...

Art History 101

Finding a New Hobby through Art

By January 25, 2021

Learn a new hobby during this time, they say. That is easier...

  • Roman Opałka, "1965/1-∞", National Gallery of Australia (NGA), 1967-71. Source: National Gallery of Australia. Roman Opałka, "1965/1-∞", National Gallery of Australia (NGA), 1967-71. Source: National Gallery of Australia.

    Conceptual art

    How Roman Opałka Envisioned Infinity

    By January 5, 2021

    In 1965, the French-born, Polish painter Roman Opałka came to an important decision. While sitting at the Café Bristol in Warsaw waiting for his wife to arrive, an idea came into his mind, and he began to paint...

  • Sculpture

    The Torlonia Marbles: A Long-awaited Classical Collection

    By January 4, 2021

    After strictly remaining in the shade for decades and decades, one of the world’s most extensive private collections of classical sculpture, the Torlonia marbles became partially public on the 14th of October. Out of 600+ artifacts that belong...

  • Bodies And Erotic Art

    One with Nature: Nude Paintings in Natural Settings

    By January 4, 2021

    Depictions of the nude figurative form is a time-honored artistic tradition dating back to antiquity. Depending on the period in question, the symbolism of nudity in artwork varies in associations ranging from fertility or athleticism and of course,...

  • Special Occasion And News

    Five Takes on Carnival in Art

    By January 3, 2021

    Carnival is the festive season that comes before the Lean in Western Christian tradition. People come together during the carnival to celebrate before the season of austerity. It is also a reversal ritual, in which social roles are...

  • Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Saint George and the Dragon

    By January 3, 2021

    There is a skirmish between the hero and the villain. Fabrics whip about, horse hoofs trample, and a dying scream erupts as Saint George slaughters the Dragon. The Christian saint kills the horrible creature as an act of...

  • Artist

    Drama and Dynamism: George Seurat and the Circus

    By January 2, 2021

    George Seurat, like many 19th century artists, loved the circus. In particular, he enjoyed watching the tumbling acrobats in bright costumes, a subject infused with drama and dynamism. Circuses were immensely popular in Paris. Indeed, due to growing...

  • Women Artists

    Welcome to the Wonderful Circus of Dame Laura Knight

    By January 2, 2021

    Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages. The DailyArt Magazine proudly takes each of you for a lovely ride in the circus. And no, we’re not talking about ‘a’ circus. Today, you will meet the...

  • Special Occasion And News

    Venice Carnival in Paintings

    By January 1, 2021

    Venice is stunning all year round but during the carnival month, it becomes even more charming and mysterious. One stumbles upon princesses, pierrots, dukes who hide their faces behind lavish masks. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Venice, join...

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    Art State of Mind

    New Year’s Resolutions Inspired by Artists

    By January 1, 2021

    What New Year’s resolutions are you making as the strangest year in recent memory comes to a close? If you’re still unsure what (if anything) you want to resolve to do in 2021, why not try one of...

  • Special Occasion And News

    New Year’s Fireworks in Painting

    By December 31, 2020

    Bonfires, parties, or reading in bed. Ideas for how one should spend New Year’s Eve are endless, and everyone should spend it the way they like. Probably most of us like to watch fireworks at midnight, but all...

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