24JUL 2016
Where is Edgar Degas from?

Where is Edgar Degas from?

Full Name : Hilaire Germain Edgar Degas One of the many ballet paintings. Country: France Style : Impressionist, or something like it Teachers: Louis Lamothe (@ the Ecole des Beaux-Arts) Major Works : Viscount Lepic & His Daughters (1873) Ballet Rehearsal - Adagio (1876) The Glass of Absinthe…
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21JUL 2016
Edgar Degas printmaking

Edgar Degas printmaking

A brief history of monoprints and monotypes Although we don t have a recorded history of the origin of monoprints and monotypes, we can trace early stages in the development of what would become a unique method known today as monoprinting. One of the early artists who experimented with printing in color…
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18JUL 2016
Gauguin Movie

Gauguin Movie

Films in BOLD will Air on TCM * | VIEW TCMDb ENTRY You face the 1942 film and you come away pondering the career arcs and obsessions of three men, none of whom are seen in the film proper: Albert Lewin, W. Somerset Maugham and Paul Gauguin. The film s director, the original novelist and the ostensible…
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15JUL 2016
Marcel Duchamp Tu M

Marcel Duchamp Tu M

Yale Art Gallery Marcel Duchamp painted “Tu m’  ’’ in 1918, a commission from his friend and patron Katherine Dreier. NEW HAVEN — In 1918, after painting the work you see here, Marcel Duchamp, one of the three most influential artists of the 20th century — the others being Matisse and Picasso — never…
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12JUL 2016
Paul Cezanne Cubism paintings

Paul Cezanne Cubism paintings

The seminal moment for Picasso was the Paul Czanne retrospective held at the Salon d Automne one year after the artist s death in 1906. Though he previously had been familiar with Czanne, it was not until the retrospective that Picasso experienced the full impact of his artistic achievement. As he later…
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09JUL 2016
LHOOQ Duchamp

LHOOQ Duchamp

Click to enlarge Figure 2 Duchamp’s most fervent biographers, Jacques Caumont and Jennifer Gough-Cooper, tell us that Duchamp was in New York City on 22 December 1944 and that, on this day, he met up with Frederick Kiesler in the afternoon for a discussion about a forthcoming issue of View magazine…
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06JUL 2016
Cezanne Jewelers

Cezanne Jewelers

Last week I received a very beautiful brooch. A photo-realistic self-portrait. I began thinking about the frequency of self-portraits in painting and sculpture and the infrequency of self-portraits in jewelry. The descriptive categories popularly applied to fine art—representational, abstract, minimal…
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03JUL 2016
Vincent van Gogh Cafe Terrace at Night

Vincent van Gogh Cafe Terrace at Night

The latest Dan Brown-style conspiracy theory to hit the art world suggests that Vincent van Gogh might have hidden a homage to Leonardo da Vinci s The Last Supper (1495-98) within his masterpiece Café Terrace at Night (1). Indeed, a close study of the painting reveals that the main characters include…
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30JUN 2016
Readymades of Marcel Duchamp

Readymades of Marcel Duchamp

In 1913 Marcel Duchamp topped a kitchen stool with a bicycle wheel, “fork down” through a hole he had drilled in the seat, and parked this wheel-on-a-stool in his Paris studio. “I didn’t have any special reason to do it, ” he later recalled. Instead it served as a “distraction” for the artist. Watching the wheel spin “was like having a fireplace in the studio, the movement…

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27JUN 2016
Claude Monet, the Water Lilies

Claude Monet, the Water Lilies

Leaving the French capital behind – scene of his and his fellow Impressionists’ great rise – he now opted, aged 43, for a more sedate life. “I’m good for nothing except painting and gardening, ” he declared. After a decade and a bit in Giverny, he looked to expand his two-acre property – his specific aim to divert the River Epte, a tributary of the Seine, and create a water…

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