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Pointillism: 7 Main Facts About the Dot Painting Movement

Pointillism: 7 Main Facts About the Dot Painting Movement

Pointillism, or the art of dot painting, was once no more than an insult among art critics of the second half of the 19th century, but times changed, and the distinct art movement became one of the most colorful branches ...

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Questions Contemporary Painters Are Tired of Being Asked

Questions Contemporary Painters Are Tired of Being Asked

Every person has questions that they hate to answer. Artists have them too. As one of the most non-traditional occupations, it makes people ask contemporary painters, sculptors, and other representatives of the art world rather irrelevant questions that have become ...

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5 Reasons Why People Don’t Buy Art

5 Reasons Why People Don’t Buy Art

There are many reasons why people buy fine art but have you ever heard of the reasons why people don’t do it? Apparently, there are groups of individuals who are not passionate about artworks; at the same time, many people ...

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Morally Bad Artists Create Good Art: Is There Any Excuse?

Morally Bad Artists Create Good Art: Is There Any Excuse?

Should people separate art from its creator? Can music exist without a composer, a painting without a painter, and a movie without a director? Art is an idea bred by the creative efforts of a person’s mind, which is powered ...

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Decoding Dutch Still Life: 5 Common Symbols and Their Meaning

Decoding Dutch Still Life: 5 Common Symbols and Their Meaning

The Dutch Golden Age is justifiably one of the most grandiose creative periods in the history of art. The 17-century Dutch and Flemish painters did the impossible: they created highly aesthetical yet rather controversial art that would become exemplary for ...

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High Art vs. Low Art: Drawing the Distinction

High Art vs. Low Art: Drawing the Distinction

When describing art, people often use the term “high art.” Even though a layperson would subconsciously understand what is meant by it, the expression is vague itself. The thing is that such a distribution often leads to hierarchical clustering and ...

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Thea Lang Collective to Present Their Debut Solo Exhibition in Berlin

Thea Lang Collective to Present Their Debut Solo Exhibition in Berlin

Berlin is a constantly evolving city. It has always been the cornerstone of changes, whether it comes to technologies, global warming policies, or fine art. The latter deserves a special mention. On September 10, the creative art duo Thea Lang ...

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Paper Art at the Pearl Fincher Museum: Two Exhibits to Discover

Paper Art at the Pearl Fincher Museum: Two Exhibits to Discover

Paper is called one of the most flexible art mediums for good reason. While a sheet of paper is no more than a knick-knack in the hands of an ordinary person, it can transform into a work of art in ...

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