How a rebel artist became an academic and teacher of the Tsar's children: Karl Lemoch
The year 1863 can be defined as a landmark for the future development of fine art in Russia. It all started with the"revolt of the fourteen." Fourteen students of the…

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A fulfilled prophecy in the life of Marc Chagall: Three women, one of whom is extraordinary
The whole life of Marc Chagall is one continuous flight. He flew in his work and moved from place to place, unable to overcome his wanderlust. He was still very…

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Looking at the world through stained glass: an Israeli artist creates paintings in a unique technique
Each artist has their own concept of creativity. Someone is close to academic painting and classicism, and someone relies on primitivism or abstractionism, while others win the hearts of their…

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Secrets and hidden interpretations of one of the most mysterious paintings: “the Flagellation of Christ” by Piero della Francesca

The fantastic vision and mathematical calculation of the” Flagellation of Christ ” by Piero della Francesca made this picture one of the most mysterious in the history of painting. The composition is confusing by combining two seemingly incompatible episodes – the New and old Testaments. What is the secret of the dissonance of the famous painting?
In the 1459-1460’s Piero della Francesca prepared a shocking “Flagellation of Christ”, which is now in the National gallery of the Marche. The artist was the author of a treatise on perspective called “on the perspective of painting”, and was also known as a mathematician and geometer. This from my knowledge, the artist skillfully used in the painting “Flagellation of Christ”. Continue reading

Why a deaf-mute painter of the late middle Ages painted only winter landscapes: Hendrik Averkamp
Many readers often associate the noun "winter" with the adjective "Russian". Especially when it comes to painting, the names of Russian classical artists Ivan Shishkin, Boris Kustodiev, and Igor Grabar…

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As a medieval rebel artist from Korea, watermelons and mice became famous
It was named in honor of the patron Saint of pregnant women and mothers, but the whole life of Sin Saimdang rebelled against the traditional female role. Excellent education, which…

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How the artist Francisco Goya turned the art world around: "the First of modern»
For innovations in the technique of paintings, obsessive satire of his work and personal belief that the artist's vision is more important than tradition, Goya is often called "the first…

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What secret was hidden for 100 years by the famous painting: "the Lady in the fur Cape»
For more than 100 years, this painting hid the secret of the true author of the canvas. Who painted the stunning $ 26 million painting from the Louvre? A hundred…

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