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A Woman that Paved the Way for Female Painters: Sofonisba Anguissola.

A Woman that Paved the Way Back to school Girl Power Ladies in Art History Sofonisba Anguissola

A Woman that Paved the Way for Female Painters: Sofonisba Anguissola.

Nowadays women conform an important part of the modern art scene…BUT HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED HOW DID WE GET HERE?  

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Back to School Season Issue with the Bauhaus!

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Back to School Season Issue with the Bauhaus!

Let’s go Back to School with Bauhaus! As we are committed to provide you a better understanding of the art world (involving art history news), there’s 1 #DreamSchool, with an outstanding story and teaching techniques we are going to talk about today. What a better way to inculcate a mix of paintings, graphics, architecture and design than to talk about an open minded and free-spirited school? Founded in 1919, The outstanding German school of Bauhaus was born from that idea. A School will never be this cool! To help you envision the off-the-wall courses and teaching methods they had, here are a couple of pictures taken circa...

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More Than What You See, Part II: Action Painting and Chromatic Expressionism

Mark Rothko Pollock

More Than What You See, Part II: Action Painting and Chromatic Expressionism

Anytime we look at Abstract art, our eyes are confronted by colors, forms, lines and drops of paint as we stand abducted by a charming disorder or a story lacking a part of the narrative. Our rational instinct seems to try to make sense when looking at it, but there's no doubt, the composition of the abstract artwork may simply surrender us to FEEL SOMETHING. Action Painting and Chromatic Expressionism play an important role in abstract art... and these concepts are two faces of the same coin! It all started in the mid 90's, when USA welcomed many refugees- artists from Europe, alluding them to create freely! #Blessed  and this inspired the birth...

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Learn from ‚Äė‚ÄôThe Most Outrageous Artwork‚Äô‚Äô by Edouard Manet

Edouard Manet Impressionism July's Specials Manet Manet Olympia Olympia

Learn from ‚Äė‚ÄôThe Most Outrageous Artwork‚Äô‚Äô by Edouard Manet

‚Äė‚ÄôThe Most Outrageous Artwork‚Äô‚Äô can lead to something! Imagine this, it is 1865, you look cute! and you are in attendance at the prestigious Paris salon,¬† impatiently awaiting the uncovering of¬†Edouard Manet's¬†new painting¬†"Olympia''.¬† The air is filled with excitement and anticipation, the time has come and the artist uncovers his masterpiece... but the atmosphere suddenly shifts and the salon becomes filled with murmurs of indignation! Indeed, you are¬†in awe but appalled by what you are viewing.¬† 1.√Čdouard Manet, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. -¬†(1832-1883)¬†Olympia¬†1863Oil on canvas¬†H. 130; W. 190 cm We can tell there's a pale naked women on an...

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‚ÄúMore Than What You See‚ÄĚ Abstract Art Part I

Abstract Art Heartwork No 2 Jackson Pollock

‚ÄúMore Than What You See‚ÄĚ Abstract Art Part I

Abstract Art can be hard to understand at first sight, seeing a bunch of different shapes, colors and lines can confuse the mind a bit, but that's definitely the beauty of it! Along with surrendering yourself to feel something.  Plus, allowing your mind to be capable of the challenge as you are trying to find the meaning of the art brings a deeper connection between you and the artist.  "Too Bad" by VIII Available for Sale Learn More Understanding the background of the artist also may help get a clearer perspective of the artwork. Sometimes a painter is working to...

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