06DEC 2016
Edgar Degas Painting Techniques

Edgar Degas Painting Techniques

1834 - 1917 “ You must have a clear idea, not only what you do, but also what one you could do in the future, otherwise there is no reason to work .” – Edgar Degas, c. 1903 Edgar Degas was a painter, printmaker, sculptor and photographer. A founding member of the Impressionists in 1874, he exhibited in seven of their eight exhibitions. He considered himself a realist and believed…

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03DEC 2016
Claude Monet Water Lilies

Claude Monet Water Lilies

The work by late French impressionist painter Claude Monet, entitled Nympheas which was sold at an auction in London. Photograph: Andrew Cowie/AFP/Getty Images A Claude Monet painting of water lilies sold for almost £32m at auction in London on Monday, the second highest price ever paid for the artist…
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30NOV 2016
Paul Cezanne fun facts

Paul Cezanne fun facts

Cézanne’s The Bather depicts an adolescent boy mid-step, capturing a fleeting moment in time. The painting is quite traditional in its subject matter—a male figure in a landscape. But unlike traditional painting, Cézanne’s Bather is pensive, even anxious; his body is decidedly unheroic. Set against a…
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27NOV 2016
When was Paul Cezanne born

When was Paul Cezanne born

Paul Cézanne was born in Aix-en-Provence, on January 19th, 1839. His father, a hatter who became a banker in 1848, did not marry with Anne-Elisabeth Aubert, mother of his son Paul, until 1844, when Paul was enrolled at the elementary school of Epineaux Street. From 1844 to 1858, Paul Cézanne was registered…
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24NOV 2016
Marcel Duchamp Rotoreliefs

Marcel Duchamp Rotoreliefs

The longer you look at the circle above the easier it becomes to imagine the goldfish swimming around in its fish bowl. But what if you could put this circle on a turntable? For some artists, the scandalized reception that greeted Marcel Duchamp s Nude Decsending A Staircase when it was shown at the…
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21NOV 2016
Marcel Duchamps Urinal

Marcel Duchamps Urinal

Brian Eno lecturing at MoMA on Duchamp’s “Fountain, ” October 23, 1990 This stimulating interview with Brian Eno was conducted in 1993 by Israeli industrial designer and architect Ron Arad for the TV show Rencontre/Begegnung on the bilingual Euro TV arts channel Arte. In the interview Eno confesses that…
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18NOV 2016
Claude Monet Sunflowers

Claude Monet Sunflowers

Photographer: Bruin from Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. Original source: Flickr.com - image description page Other versions This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work to remix – to adapt the work Under the…
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15NOV 2016
Marcel Duchamp pronunciation

Marcel Duchamp pronunciation

Ted Sod: What can you tell us about Sophie Treadwell’s life and career as a playwright? like Mary Chase, she began as a journalist—correct? Jerry Dickey: Actually, Sophie Treadwell’s interests in theatre and journalism developed simultaneously, especially while she was a student at the University of…
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12NOV 2016
Vincent van Gogh Flowers in a Vase

Vincent van Gogh Flowers in a Vase

During the ten years that Vincent van Gogh painted, he depicted many different genres; portraits, landscapes, and still lifes. Some of those still lifes were of bottles, chairs, shoes, or famously, flowers. From Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, to his Irises, or his Roses, he brought life and emotion to his work…
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09NOV 2016
Marcel Duchamp door

Marcel Duchamp door

Étant donnés: 1. La chute d’eau, 2. Le gaz d’éclairage (Given: 1. The Waterfall, 2. The Illuminating Gas) , 1946-66 Marcel Duchamp, American (born France) Mixed-media assemblage: wooden door, bricks, velvet, wood, leather stretched over an armature of metal, twigs, aluminum, iron, glass, Plexiglas, linoleum…
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