I love the cubist era but somehow I missed knowing enough about Fernand Léger (French, 1881–1955) who painted Reclining Woman in 1922.
A Fabergé egg is an exquisite jewel made by the Russian House of Fabergé from 1885 to 1917. Most were miniature eggs popular as gifts at Easter, worn on a neck chain (above). The most famous eggs were larger, made for Alexander III and Nicholas II, often referred […]
Easter inspiration arrives in many forms, including these glazed porcelain eggs from Nashville-based Becca Jane Koehler.
Madrid-based industrial designer and photographer Elena Nuez is still painting leaves (see previous Art Junkie Post here)
Kelowna artist Jane Everett explores the intersection of the natural and man-made worlds in Understory, an installation that evokes the experience of standing among the forests of the British Columbia interior.
The always interesting Public Domain Review features these stunning floral images by Ogawa Kazumasa, a Japanese photographer, printer, and publisher known for his pioneering work in photomechanical printing in the 1890s. The exquisite hand-coloured flower collotypes were featured in the 1896 book Some Japanese Flowers (a 2013 reprint […]