How many times in life have you seen the artwork in the picture? Many, once or two, or never? The represented painting is the Italian Baroque masterpiece by Michelangelo Merisi, also known as Caravaggio. What makes "Bacchus" so popular?
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“Tribunal” is the photo project of the contemporary Ukrainian photographer Vera Blansh who documents Russian crimes against Ukraine.
SEMIRA, or Iryna Fedorenko, recently presented a new portrait of Johnny Depp, which she created after visiting his music concert on July 13 in Munich, Germany. Johnny Depp has been featured in Iryna’s art many times before, and right now, the American actor, producer, and musician finds a new place in her collection.
On June 29, Vian Borchert presented her latest series of abstract cityscapes paintings at “Summer Blues,” the group exhibition at Lichtundfire in New York City. In the exhibit, the abstract expressionist artist delves into her own wonderland of colors and shapes to explore the nature of challenges amid blue and uncertain times that all people are facing right now.
Alessandro Filipepi, aka Botticelli, was one of the greatest Old Masters of the Renaissance era. Despite his popularity, there are a lot of uncovered mysteries regarding the Italian master. Let’s get a closer look at the life of Sandro Botticelli.
To commemorate the Declaration of Independence in 1776, let’s pay tribute to the famous American artists whose art brought changes to the American culture and society.
Some artworks look like fever dreams and are hard to interpret without a background. Let’s take a look at some four most bizarre paintings that are not from this world.
Pre-Raphaelite art appeared in England in the 1850s as denying principles of the British Royal Academy. Classic academic style, based on Sir Joshua Reynold's art, was foreign to Pre-Raphaelites. The topics of their art were medieval plots, themes from Arthurian legends, Dante, and Shakespeare.