All posts tagged "paintings"
The Surprising Career of Lavinia Fontana: Painter of Popes, Nudes, and NoblewomenNovember 23, 2018
There weren’t very many women able to become successful artists in Renaissance Europe. There were probably...
Painting of the Week
George Henry Boughton, Pilgrims Going to ChurchNovember 10, 2018
This week’s painting is Pilgrims Going to Church by George Henry Boughton (1833-1905). Even though Boughton grew up...
Let It Be: The Annunciation In Medieval And Renaissance Christian ArtAugust 28, 2018
Religious themes in art have prevailed throughout time. Whether it is Catholicism, Judaism, Islam, or Hinduism...
Do You “Pronkstill”Even? Social Media Of The Dutch Golden AgeAugust 18, 2018
Carefully arranged plates of food, surrounded by carefully planned out backgrounds; images with hidden meanings; a...
The American Artist Who Loved Everything British: Edwin Austin Abbey’s Shakespeare PaintingsApril 14, 2018
Painter and illustrator Edwin Austin Abbey (1852-1911) was born in America, but he spent most of...
- Luncheon of the Boating Party in the Movie Amélie
- What Is a Tronie? Famous Examples of Tronies in Dutch and Flemish Baroque
- Fat Cat Art – Cat’s Guide to Classic Art
- The Temptress and the Slave in Art: Joseph and Potiphar’s Wife
- DailyArt Magazine Turns Four! Our Impressions of the Impressionists
- Here’s the Scoop on the Frick Collection’s Upcoming Renovation
- Art Nouveau Explained
- The Pre-Raphaelites and the Wombat
- VIPs… or VICs (Very Important Colors)? Iconic Hues in Art History
- Klimt’s Unknown Portraits You Would Never Guess Were His