Since the dawn of ages, symbols and images have been used to convey strong meanings. From religious connotations to political connotations, sometimes an image can be more powerful than words.
Studying non-linear art and how it reveals truths about the concepts of predestination. An analysis of "A Hero of Our Time", "The Battleship Potemkin", and "Pulp Fiction." Includes Uma Thurman's feet
Claude Monet was the first person who coined the phrase Impressionism. Here are many of his paintings and a brief history.
I used to teach music in the public school systems and I know how hard it is to find high quality lesson plans and resources for music. So I have assembled a collection of plans, sub plans, and resources for you. Most of the plans are 100% mine, and...
Art can't be evaluated without historical information about the works of famous Renaissance artists who influenced the philosophies, activities, and thoughts of mankind over the centuries.
Henri Matisse had only one purpose in his painting, and that was to make the viewer feel good. His aim was to create paintings that gave people pleasure, that made them feel at home; kind of like the comforter you can't part with, the one that's...
Charles Perrault is today known as the father of very special literary genre: fairy tales. Less known is he was actually a bureaucrat and wrote all of his fairy tales only few years before death.
Hygrometers measure the moisture in the air, and can help predict weather changes. Nicholas of Cusa, a German cardinal and mathematician, in 1450 became the first person to concieve a weather instrument, when he described a hygrometer, an instrument that could measure the amount of humidity in the...
Here's some fun Greek mythology puzzles for students to test their knowledge of the Greek gods.
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.