Here we go again. My look at a few famous paintings.
Some amazing facts by Auctioneer Adam Levinsohn on Salvador Dali .
The Tomb of the Diver is an archaeological monument, built in about 470 BC and found in 1968 during an excavation of a small necropolis about 1.5 km south of the Greek city of Paestum in Magna Graecia, in what is now southern Italy. It is displayed in the museum at Paestum.
The foundation of Indian culture in art and architecture is 7000 years old but after British rule, independence of India the new India needed new leaders in the field of art and literature. So these are few of most renowned artist who set the foundation of contemporary art.
Continuing her use of colorful abstracted forms which speak of an objects essence, Becky Soria probes the organic dimension of the human being, and as well as the relationships between humans and plants.
"...the Menil invited me along with some writers and journalists to tour Mapa Wiya (Your Map's Not Needed): Australian Aboriginal Art from the Fondation Opale..."
I obsess over a painting while visiting small churches in North Carolina.
The 'Don't Crack Under Pressure' ad with Cara Delevugne is analyzed by its use of signs, gaze, myth and ideologies, different readings and undergoes a commutation test.
This is an analysis of Theodore Gericault's The Raft of Medusa and a brief overview of the Romanticism period
Studying non-linear art and how it reveals truths about the concepts of predestination. An analysis of "A Hero of Our Time", "The Battleship Potemkin", and "Pulp Fiction." Includes Uma Thurman's feet
An episode dating back to World War II, when an English Captain refused to bomb the village of Sansepolcro, to not destroy a painting defined as the greatest in the world.
We take a look at how millions of Africans were taken as slaves to the Americas during the transatlantic slave trade era.
The nativity is one of the most frequented subjects in the art history until the Baroque period: in these centuries, the well known iconography of the Christmas takes shape..
The magnificent palaces the Farnese wanted to build in Rome, Caprarola and Piacenza during the XVI century are important pieces of the Renaissance-Mannerist art and an evidence of the family's power
The meal that Jesus had with his disciples in the night of the Passover, known as the Last Supper, is a subject that has engaged many of the greatest painters, from Giotto to Leonardo
The late Renaissance artist Paolo Veronese made in 1563 a monumental canvas, representing the wedding feast of Cana as a choral scene including dozens of contemporary characters...
Since the dawn of ages, symbols and images have been used to convey strong meanings. From religious connotations to political connotations, sometimes an image can be more powerful than words.
The great masters of Pahari School of Miniature Paintings could paint a single thread of an entire length of a 100-yard long silk cloth without touching any other thread with the brush.
A planogram is a diagram that shows where a product should be placed on a display and how many facings that product should have. A planogram can be used to increase sales and maintain brand integrity. Copies of planograms should be available to all...
There is one question you will have to ask your client when the Devil card shows up. What are you obsessing over? We are all bound the physical plane for a limited time, and we are all here for a reason. You might even say we are chained to this...