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Venus de Milo Sculpture in Louvre

Venus de Milo is the second-most popular woman in Paris’ Louvre museum. Beautiful woman, bare from the waist up, draperies cling to her body, her hips and legs are covered ...
Frida and Deigo Riveria Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo lived the epitome of alegría — a lust for life. Despite her paintings frequently categorised as surrealism, Kahlo considered her masterpieces as bizarre reality, but no wonder that Frida ...

The main objective of Modern art was to set aside the traditions of the past and put more emphasis on experimentation with new perspective of seeing the world. People often ...

“I am constantly disguising and adding information, masking figuration, and opening and closing spaces in the canvas until the composition behaves in a way that challenges the paintings hanging on ...

The Renaissance was an important period of European history, considered a time of blossoming art, architecture, politics, science and literature thought and creativity. These seven popular and famous renaissance paintings ...
Mutiny of Colors - Iranian Street Art

Street art isn’t limited to the street itself. It grows up and around walls, on the sides of buses and subway cars, the trunks of trees, and even on traffic ...
What is Creativity? 10 Ways on How to Become More Creative

“We’re all creative, it’s just some of us earn our living by being so.”  ― John Hegarty, Hegarty on Advertising People often wonder where creativity comes from. What is creativity? How can ...
Art festivals around the world

If you’re an art enthusiast, you must consider art exhibitions and festivals as an active medium to understand emerging art practices and trends. Attending an art exhibition can be fun and ...
Henri-Rousseau-Portrait

“Naive” is far from the loveliest word, and it’s rarely a term we would willingly take to describe ourselves or our work. It’s an insult, right? It means you aren’t ...

When discussing the difference between modern and contemporary art it is important to tell the story of Gustave Courbet, a French painter who spearheaded the Realist movement in 19th century ...