Monday, October 23, 2017

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Do You Know There Are Pictures That Can Heal You?

Beginning in the middle of the 19th century, European doctors, following the healers of the East, began using color therapy, one of the curative and sufficiently effective methods of treatment, the essence of which...

Painter, Who Is Trying To Identify Himself, Will Exhibit His Art in New York

Until October 15, 2017, in the gallery of contemporary art The Hole, "RomCom" - the first solo show Alex Gardner in New York. Alex Gardner - a 28-year-old artist from Los Angeles, who draws large-scale...

How Did the First Woman Painter Gain the Recognition in Impressionism Technic

In April 1874, an exhibition of paintings was opened in Paris, which immediately aroused a sharp public outcry. Artists, who immediately angrily dubbed the Impressionists, exhibited works that differed from what the public was...

The Illustrated Motions and Emotions of Nicolò Canova’s Art

At first glance, the sugary, pastel tones of Italian artist Nicolò Canova's work might be what draw viewers' attentions; but the motion, liquidity and emotions they depict are what encourage viewers to keep looking. "I...

Animated Countryside With Alexander Perrin’s Interactive Illustration ‘Short Trip’

Short Trip is an interactive illustration by Australian artist Alexander Perrin. The meditative simulation places the player in the conductor’s seat of a cross-country train, allowing the user to use their arrow keys to go forwards...

5 Paintings With a Sad Fate that We Will Never See Again

In today's article, we want to talk about five paintings that suffered a sad fate, and they, unfortunately, were destroyed for unknown reasons. 1. In 1954, British artist Graham Sutherland received an order to write...

The Secret of “Lady with a Unicorn” By Raphael

In the beginning of the XVI century Rafael Santi created the picture "The Lady with the Unicorn", which was included in the "golden fund" of the painting art of the High Renaissance. The author...

“Smile”: Pictures for a Good Mood, Which Will Awaken Bright Memories and Good Feelings

Creativity by Alvydas Sapoka - not just colorful images, but whole frames from the life of any person. Considering his work, the viewer subconsciously looks for similar situations from his own life or  catches...

Jean Dubuffet. Madness as Sanity

"For me, insanity is super sanity. Normal is a sick psychosis. Normal means lack of imagination, lack of creativity "© Jean Dubuffet Jean Philippe Arthur Dubuffet (1901-1985) was a French painter and sculptor. His idealistic...

An Exception of the Rules: a Feminist Artist of the Baroque, Who Expressed Her...

When the conversation begins about the Baroque painters, Caravaggio, Van Dyck, Rubens immediately come to mind. But among these recognized male artists there was a place for a female artist. Artemisia Gentilesky was an...

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