Harvard Art Museums Can a drawing of a camel's butt be Romantic? Of course not. And for Eugene Delacroix, who made this drawing in 1827 or 28, that was exactly the point. Continue reading below The Romantics, political mavericks who celebrated ... Boston Globe, 5 days ago
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Eugene Delacroix's masterpiece 'Liberty Guiding the People' depicts the Goddess of Liberty, also known as Marianne, a symbol of France and the French Revolution. Photo: Philippe Huguen/AFP The French love the idea of revolution and radical change.The Local France, 1 week ago
Thursday Jazz Café Groove to an eclectic mix of jazz ensembles every Thursday, 6 - 9 p.m., at VMFA's Best Café. The Jazz Café is presented to the public by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, in conjunction with the Richmond Jazz Society, free of ...Noodls, 5 days ago
Debunking myths Published: 12 Dec 2014 14:10 GMT+01:00 Are the French really the world's leading cheese-eating, red wine guzzling, sex obsessed 'surrender monkeys' they are so often made out to be? Here The Local debunks some of the myths ...The Local France, 1 week ago
Special Exhibitions Fusion: Art of the 21st-Century December 19, 2014 - July 26, 2015 21st-Century Gallery Free Showing works by an increasingly diverse roster of global artists, VMFA's 21st-century gallery reflects the expanded nature of ...Noodls, 1 week ago
German expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's Alpsonntag-Szene am Brunnen (Sunday in the Alps-Scene at the Well) in the Bern Art Museum. Photograph: Ruben Sprich/Reuters Swiss painter Ferdinand Holder's Der Holzfaeller (the lumberman) in the Bern ...Irish Times, 3 weeks ago Swiss museum publishes list of Nazi loot art trove Capital Bay, 3 weeks ago
Picasso has long been regarded as one of the most influential and visionary painters of the 20th century, but there was someone in his life who was influential to him as well. The Pace Gallery's two Manhattan locations are currently presenting ...Examiner.com, 3 weeks ago
MONOCHROMATIC Imaginings There are times when it becomes inevitable to compare Expressionist maestro Juvenal Sansó with Pablo Picasso. They both trace their heritage to Catalonia. Sansó was born there, while Picasso moved there as a boy in ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago
Self Portrait - Artemisia Gentileschi The Duchess of Urbino - Piero della Francesca Mona Lisa - Leonardo da Vinci The Birth of Venus - Sandro Botticelli Judith and Holofernes - Artemisia Gentileschi Montefeltro ...BuzzFeed, 1 month ago
View From Paris 200 years after his death, the Marquis de Sade continues to shock, fascinate, titillate, but also to have a deep and enduring influence on Art and artists. Vaiju Naravane The life and works of Donatien Alphonse François ...Outlook India, 1 month ago Art or pornography? Exhibit explores Marquis de Sade CNEWS, 1 month ago Pornography Or Art: Marquis De Sade Still Shocking Paris 200 Years Later Forbes.com, 2 months ago Art's take on the history of sadism IAfrica.com, 2 months ago
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