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    Samuel F.B. Morse, Gallery of the Louvre

    By April 23, 2017

    Samuel F. B. Morse was an American painter who graduated from Yale University and went on to the Royal Academy in England where he studied painting. Yes, it was him who invented the telegraph and Morse code, no small feats, which allowed for...

  • 21st century

    Jeff Koons And Louis Vuitton Bags – A Perfect Match?

    By April 21, 2017

    Jeff Koons was always an enfant terrible of contemporary art. This time, by working on the new collection “Masters” with Louis Vuitton he became also an enfant terrible of fashion. Koons is an American artist known for working with popular culture subjects...

  • Bodies And Erotic Art

    Lesbianism in Art? Warning: Erotic Scenes In Abundance

    By March 23, 2017

    Ever wondered about the presence of homosexuality in art? Today we’ll travel a bit in time to see how art treated the subject of lesbianism. Of course, there aren’t that many representations of homosexuals as of the heterosexuals, since for many centuries...

  • Music

    Beyonce Pregnancy Photos And Their Art Inspirations

    By February 18, 2017

    A week ago we’ve published on our DailyArt Facebook fanpage a photo, showing pregnant Beyoncé. Exactly this one: And guess what – it caused an outrage! How Beyoncé can compare herself to the most beautiful woman of the Renaissance, Simonetta Vespucci? How can...

  • Special Occasion And News

    Our Best 10 Art Articles Of 2016

    By December 27, 2016

    Hi friends! Today we would like to share our 10 best articles of the year. We’ve launched this blog this July, and to be honest, we’re quite overwhelmed how many people visits us. Every day we post at least one new article, so there...

  • Painting of the Week

    Holy Night by Correggio (Painting of the Week)

    By December 25, 2016

    The Holy Night by Correggio also known as Nativity or the Adoration of the Shepherds, was commissioned by Alberto Pratoneri for his family chapel in the church of St. Prosper of Reggio Emilia, in 1522. It has been described as the first monumental...

  • Sculpture

    Antonio Canova-The Minister Of Beauty

    By November 7, 2016

    Antonio Canova was considered the greatest sculptor of his time. His sculptures fall into three categories: Heroic compositions, compositions of grace, and sepulchral monuments. In each of these, Canova’s underlying artistic motivations were to challenge, if not compete, with classical statues. The majority of...

  • Ancient Rome

    A Woman With A Knife – The Story of Lucretia

    By October 16, 2016

    If you see a woman with a knife on a painting – think Lucretia. Lucretia was an ancient Roman woman whose fate played a vital role in the transition from the Roman Kingdom to the Roman Republic. Her suicide after having been raped...

  • Bodies And Erotic Art

    Respectable Women From Art History – Yes, Most Of Them Were Naked. A Short Comment To Burkinis.

    By September 1, 2016

    I want to add my personal voice to the debate about burkini and whether it enslaves women or the contrary. The creator of the burkini, Aheda Zanetti, clearly said that she had designed it to give women freedom. And I agree. Female...

  • 19th Century

    These Romantic Paintings Of Edward Burne-Jones Will Make You Miss Middle-Ages

    By August 18, 2016

    Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, 1st Baronet ARA was a British artist and designer closely associated with Pre-Raphaelite movement. Arthurian Legends, knights and chivalry were among artist’s favorite subjects. Everything started when Alfred Tennyson published “Morte d’Arthur”  in 1842. When Burne-Jones read it together with William Morris,...

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