Art History

Influence of Art and Religion

As the Easter holiday approaches, it is evident that this year...

Edward Hopper: Life in Isolation

Given the current events, some people might be feeling isolated from...

George Caleb Bingham: A Newly Discovered American Treasure

George Caleb Bingham was an American known as the Missouri Artist....

James Barry: Irish Romance on Canvas

James Barry was an Irish painter during the 18th century who...

Children’s Room Art: Bright and Bold

This month marks the birthday of one of the most iconic...

The Scream is Fading and Giving Us More to Study

The Scream is one of Edvard Munch’s most iconic paintings. It...

Prominent 19th Century Artists of Color

February is Black History Month, where we as a nation take...

Gustav Klimt Stolen Art Found

There is something exciting about the idea of a high profile...

John Singer Sargent: The Charming Portrait Master

January 12th will mark the birthday of renowned painter John Singer...

Famous Vandalism on Paintings

In order for a great piece of art to be shared,...

The Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister : The Old Masters Gallery

The Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister is a museum in Dresden, Germany that...

Pierre Bonnard: Color and Creativity

Pierre Bonnard was a French painter known for the stylized quality...

Edmund Leighton: Pre-Raphaelite Romanticism and Popularity

Edmund Leighton was a London based painter during the late 1800s....

Dr. Seuss’s Horse Museum, a Guide to Art History by Famed Children’s Author

Dr. Seuss is a beloved children’s author who wrote classics such...

The Prado Museum in Spain

The Museo Nacional del Prado is located in Madrid, Spain and...

August Flower: The Poppy

The month of August for many indicates the end of summer....

Cubism: Life Deconstructed

Cubism is an avante-garde art movement started in the early 20th...

Fake or Fortune? Was Salvator Mundi Not Painted by Da Vinci?

This is the Million dollar question, or should I say, 450...

Le Banquet Rousseau: Picasso and Rousseau’s Friendship

Henri Rousseau was a French Post-Impressionist painter who was self-taught and...

Notre Dame Burns and Breaks Hearts Internationally

The Cathedral of Notre-Dame is an icon, to both the city...

Da Vinci painting Salvator Mundi Goes Missing

Leonardo da Vinci is still impacting the art world even after...

Madonna of the Pomegranate No Longer a “Fake”

One of the biggest crimes related to the art industry are...

Symbols of the Celtic Heritage

Celtic art is the traditional art form connected with the Irish,...

Women with a Brush: Inspirational Female Painters

March 8th is International Women’s Day and we wanted to celebrate...