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The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston — America’s Treasure House of Art

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston — America’s Treasure House of Art

Boston is one of the most enchanting and phenomenal cities in the US. In the past, the city pioneered in many fields, from subway manufacturing to chocolate production. Traditions do not die, and today, it is a high-end educational and ...

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Photography and Contemporary Art at Fraenkel Gallery

Photography and Contemporary Art at Fraenkel Gallery

Contemporary photography… What do you imagine when you hear this buzzword? Does this expression refer to the exact point of time and space where photography is taken or to the clutch of innovative techniques applicable specifically to a photo, or ...

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Art on Paper: Paper as a Medium for Creating Art

Art on Paper: Paper as a Medium for Creating Art

Like anything else, art is manifold. You can hardly list all styles and techniques existing in the realm of visual arts nowadays. With the advent of contemporary digitalization, the variability of art has rapidly grown while some traditional ways seem ...

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Amazing Multi-Layered Art by the American Artist William Engel

Amazing Multi-Layered Art by the American Artist William Engel

The nature of color is massively copious and chaotic. To take it under control, an artist should know a lot about how hints intrinsically transform into a continuous movement on a canvas. Such nuances of color and composition are distinguishing ...

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The Mix of Drawing and Photography in the Art of Gerald Incandela

The Mix of Drawing and Photography in the Art of Gerald Incandela

Artists love to experiment. This is a well-established way of creating incomparably novel art that helps people shift the focus and stretch out for the fresh and unparalleled experience. An experiment does not come out of thin air; it is ...

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Contrastful Portraits by the Emerging Artist Hannah Reinhard

Contrastful Portraits by the Emerging Artist Hannah Reinhard

Portraiture has been a significant part of art throughout centuries. The ancient craft is nothing but an uncanny ability to decipher the personality, individual’s physical features, their nature and expression. True portraitists do not depict or imitate but create another ...

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Fine Art Prints & Limited Editions at Alpha 137 Gallery

Fine Art Prints & Limited Editions at Alpha 137 Gallery

Buying fine art prints is probably one of the most effective and progressive ways of acquiring art if you are not aiming at an authentic piece. Printmaking became a distinct part of the industry a decade or two ago. Since ...

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Mega Paintings from Soviet Ukraine at The Museum of Russian Art

Mega Paintings from Soviet Ukraine at The Museum of Russian Art

Soviet times are remembered by most historians as the vast and influential period of the 20th century. It is a whole era that reminds people of the controversial days of the past, often evoking mixed feelings in the hearts of ...

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