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Luncheon of the Boating Party in the Movie Amélie
The Best of all partnerships is the one between the Arts. Among so many worthy examples, we would like to tell you about the painting Luncheon of the Boating Party, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and the movie Amélie. A charmant French couple, joining forces to reveal to...
Giovanna Garzoni – A Baroque Painter Inspires an Art Challenge
Italian artist Giovanna Garzoni lived and worked four centuries ago, but she’s still making an impact today. In honor of the past Women’s History Month, Garzoni is the inspiration for an international challenge where contemporary artists will create new works based on Garzoni’s still life paintings....
Balkan Female Artists You Didn’t Know About and You Should
There are never enough stories about talented women. So, inspired by a women’s art exhibition in the Art Pavilion in Zagreb, I picked a few artworks that amazed me. The exhibition focused on the Balkan female artists who studied in Zagreb from the end of the...
René Magritte: Lovers in Separation
Now, while we are all being asked to practice social distancing, you have probably been bombarded with the paintings of lovers by René Magritte. Magritte’s surreal style is unmistakable, his wit is well-known but his depictions of love and lovers are quite disturbing. These beautiful (and...
Zoya Lerman, a Ukrainian Non-Conformist Artist
Artist Zoya Lerman is an unusual representative of Ukrainian non-conformism in painting. Despite the dominance of social realism, she was able to assert her artistic voice and the right to create her unique world of sensuality on canvases. Art of Braves Most of Zoya Lerman’s creative...