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Love Story

5 Mythical Love Stories Depicted in Art

By May 10, 2021

Mythical love stories are some of the greatest ever told, capturing the...

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Middle Ages

All that Glitters: The Sparkling World of Medieval Mosaics

By May 10, 2021

Welcome to the sparkling world of medieval mosaics! Although not as famous...

  • Art History 101

    10 Things You Should Know About Titian

    By April 19, 2021

    Titian (Tiziano Vecellio, 1490–1576) was an Italian painter active in Venice in the 16th century. He is considered the greatest painter in the Venetian art school. During his long career, he painted a variety of subjects, shaping Renaissance...

  • Museums And Exhibitions

    London Mall Galleries: An Interview on Covid-19 and Reopening

    By April 19, 2021

    The evening of the 4th January united the residents of the UK once again. Everyone’s attention was focused on the third national lockdown announcement that came from the prime minister. With the order of stay-at-home, art galleries once...

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    Artists' Stories

    Arenig School. Wild Bohemians and Welsh Mountains

    By April 18, 2021

    Welcome to a rollicking adventure with the Arenig School of automatic painting starring Augustus John, James Dickson Innes, and Derwent Lees. Arenig Fawr is a majestic mountain in Snowdonia in Wales. Between 1911 and 1913 three unconventional artists...

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    Painting of the Week

    Painting of the Week: Heart of the Andes by Frederic Edwin Church

    By April 18, 2021

    Heart of the Andes is one truly impressive landscape painting. Frederic Edwin Church‘s crowning achievement depicts scenery he saw during his two visits to South America. However, one of the painting’s most important features doesn’t appear on the...

  • History

    The Prime Minister’s Art: Landscapes of Winston Churchill

    By April 17, 2021

    The English statesman Winston Churchill is one of the most respected and admired men in the world. His role as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, especially during World War II, has made him a well-known figure. It...

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    Just Weird

    What I Found in the Museum Of Bad Art

    By April 16, 2021

    MOBA, or the Museum Of Bad Art, is replete with almost anything that could be wished for in terms of the good, the bad, the very bad, the hilarious, and of course the ugly. The category of ‘good’...

  • Enlightenment

    Portrayal of an Abandoned Hero: Philoctetes

    By April 16, 2021

    How would you feel if your friends abandoned you on an uninhabited island with a limited amount of food and no shelter just because you were injured? An island where wild animals lurk at night. The only things...

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    Museums And Exhibitions

    Virginia Arcadia: Natural Bridge and Why Artists Loved It

    By April 15, 2021

    Virginia Arcadia: The Natural Bridge in American Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts explores a natural wonder and its appearance in American art. The exhibition includes more than 60 paintings, prints, drawings, maps, photographs, and decorative...

  • Artists' Stories

    Kyffin Williams and the Welsh Landscape

    By April 15, 2021

    The Welsh landscapes have inspired artists, poets, and writers for generations. But, for one 20th century artist, they were more than just a subject for the canvas, they were a metaphor for melancholic isolation, for power, and comfort....

  • Nature

    Divine Beauty of Landscapes: California on Canvas

    By April 14, 2021

    The beautiful state of California is home to some of the most geographically diverse topography. This makes for the most breath-taking vistas. It has immaculate beaches of the coastline and pristine lakes. Sprawling deserts, and mountain ranges lie scattered...

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