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Sport

Art History Reveals: Women in Sport

With sport considered as a male activity throughout history, it is no surprise that the history of art follows this same ideology. However, a rare...

Nina Relf 20 July 2020

Women Artists

Behind the Canvas: Claire Tabouret

In the second edition of Behind the Canvas, we catch up with Claire Tabouret on the inspirations, stylistic influences and evolutions of her latest...

Yasmin Ozkan 20 July 2020

Architecture

10 Most Beautiful Russian Art Nouveau Buildings

“Beauty is our religion” said Mikhail Vrubel, one of Russia's most famous Art Nouveau artists. The style of the fin de siècle acts as beauty's...

Elizaveta Ermakova 19 July 2020

Women Artists

How to Start Living off Art: An Interview with Illustrator Cait Mack

Cait Mack is an illustrator, climber, and mountain lover based in Bristol in the UK. She is an artist who creates vibrant and unique paintings and is...

Isla Phillips-Ewen 18 July 2020

Baroque

King Drinks: Jacob Jordaens and the Feast of the Bean King

Jacob Jordaens (1593 – 1678), a wonderful artist of the Baroque era, was keen on painting the scenes from peasants’ life. He first painted the...

Elizaveta Ermakova 17 July 2020

Architecture

The Rhythmic Spaces of Savin Couëlle

Architect Savin Couëlle’s organic designs go beyond extensions of the natural landscape. He creates a feeling of being one with nature. Couëlle...

Marga Patterson 16 July 2020

Klimt’s Unknown Portraits You Would Never Guess Were His

Some of Klimt's portraits have already gained the status of 'iconic', for example his portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer soaked in gold. Yet, before Klimt...

Magda Michalska 15 July 2020

Bastille Day in Paintings

Fête nationale or 14 Juillet are the official names of Bastille Day in France. This national French holiday commemorates the beginning of the French...

Magda Michalska 14 July 2020

DailyArt Magazine Staff’s Impressions of the Impressionists

For a few years DailyArt Magazine has brought you articles on hundreds of topics relating to art history. Today you have a rare chance to meet some...

Rachel Witte 13 July 2020

Museum Stories

Masterpieces from the Frick Collection

The Frick Collection in New York is one of my favorite art museums! In honor of DailyArt Magazine's July 2020 collaboration with this illustrious...

Alexandra Kiely 12 July 2020

Art Nouveau

Moulin Rouge and the Folies Bergère: Best Can-Can Paintings in Art History

Can-can paintings depict the most famous dance of La Belle Époque era. Originating in France, the Can-can, associated with skirts, petticoats, high...

Charlotte Stace 11 July 2020

Ancient Greece

Depictions of Ajax in Ancient Greek Pottery

Ancient Greek literature is abundant in legendary heroes who live and die for everlasting glory. Their names and deeds echoed in the conscience of...

Erol Degirmenci 9 July 2020