This is a story of an artist/photographer who didn’t live long but left an indelible mark and influence for the future generations of Fine Art Photographers: Francesca Woodman, 1958-1981.
Who is the mother of big-eye art? Margaret Keane, of course! Her poignant paintings, mass produced as prints in the 1960s and '70s, captured the hearts of the masses and are popular once again.
This is the story of a successful American icon: Grandma Moses. Analysis of the artist's character traits which can make anyone a winner, able to accomplish their dreams.
The second article in a series celebrating the diverse and unique art of famous Australian Illustrators and Painters. Let me introduce: Frederick McCubbin
This is a story of an artist whose style wasn’t at first appreciated or recognized for what it was. It took time but finally he achieved the recognition he deserved: Edward Hopper (1882-1967).
A British illustrator who started a little late and died young, but who changed the way children's books were viewed and received forever: Randolph Caldecott. Here is his story.
Dali's paintings make a great intro to surrealism and modern art. Look at this one. If not for the cubes, Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus) would look, at first glance, like an old master's piece. Surrealism is the rendering of dreams in literature,...
A look into the Italian Renaissance church and its unique inspirational design.
Grant Wood is best known for paintings of rural America in a style known as Regionalism. He died the day before his 51st birthday of pancreatic cancer. This is his story.
This is a famous artists list for great surrealist artists. Surrealism is an art form that came about in the 1920's but there are modern artists in surrealism too. Who is your favorite artist in this genre?