Budding art historians spend tons of time and money getting educated about how to read into the little details in art to uncover what it all means, but sometimes it’s as easy as looking at the characters’ faces and body language.
Mixing Mediums: Painting Photographs I love reading and writing about artists who use interesting mediums. While I was perusing through the internet, I came across the artwork of Alize Razell. Her is particularly very eye-catching.
Sculptur Constantin Brancusi Constantin Brancusi (February 19, 1876 – March 16, 1957) was a Romanian-born sculptor who made his career in France. As a child, he showed a talent for carving objects out of wood.
Happy Birthday, Nancy Graves! We realize the importance of the role of women in the art world; they have been affecting the art world in many ways. Today, we’d like to take the opportunity to honor an important figure in the history of women in art.
We’re celebrating Lucian Freud’s birthday today here at Artsnapper! One of our favorite artists. Lucian Freud Freud was born in Berlin on December 8, 2013, to a German Jewish mother and and Austiran Jewish father.
Francis Bacon Auction Record Sale On November 12, 2013, Christie’s auction house sold Francis Bacon’s 1969 triptych (a set of three pieces intended to be displayed together and often include one recurring theme) titled, Three Studies of Lucian...
I will take any and every opportunity to talk about butts. Everyone loves butts. They’re relatable. Show me one soul who does not appreciate some evolutionally engineered baby-makin’ hips and I will show you a liar.
New York Arts Week 5 small pails were sitting in the middle of the small, white-walled booth (I may have accidentally knocked my foot into one but that’s what you get for putting pails on the floor in a small space!
Clay Paintings by Irma Gruenholz Are a Must See A trending form of film that I love is claymation (Wallace and Grommit, Chicken Run, and more), So I absolutely loved the concept of these clay paintings by Irma Gruenholz.
The World’s Top 5 Artsiest Airports Call me crazy, but I’ve always really liked layovers. They give you a chance to stretch your legs, grab a coffee, and use a bathroom that doesn’t smell like somebody’s cough.
Birthday wished to Vassily Kandinsky (16 December [O.S. 4 December] 1866 – 13 December 1944)! Never heard of him? That’s okay! He was highly influential in the art world, but not just as an artist, but how we view art.
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