The Pre-Raphaelite artists of Victorian England painted many Shakespearian characters, but Ophelia was a particular favourite. The sad death by drowning of Hamlet's sweetheart...
This article explores the works of Anwar Saeed, a Pakistani painter and print maker and the recurrent themes of his paintings, while also taking in account his various exhibitions.
This is an analysis of Theodore Gericault's The Raft of Medusa and a brief overview of the Romanticism period
There are 4 areas of emphasis in art education. Each one of these areas/disciplines are very important.
A look at “folk art” as unique artistic creations that are “homegrown” and handmade. This is the lead article to a series of three on the topic of art and the self-taught artist.
The 'Don't Crack Under Pressure' ad with Cara Delevugne is analyzed by its use of signs, gaze, myth and ideologies, different readings and undergoes a commutation test.
Shakespeare wrote his dramas in Elizabethan age and this age was famous for domestic tragedy. Othello appears like a domestic tragedy because its theme is the murder of a wife by her husband.
Jeff Soto is a brilliant artist and this is a visual analysis about his specific artwork, The Last Voyage, which I find to be deep and meaningful in many way.
The debate over beauty can get very heated. Is beauty personal and subjective, or is it objective and coming from nature? How is a thunderstorm's beauty different from that of a cherry blossom?
I was recently asked to define aesthetic relativism, objectivism and subjectivism and to offer pros and cons for each school of thought. Anyone struggling to understand art wonders why there are no exact, clear-cut rules for defining what art...