More than 50 Picasso exhibitions are being offered worldwide in 2023, for the 50th anniversary of the master artist’s death at his home in Mougins in the south of France. Christie’s has created a very long list of these, here. There have been several posts about Picasso on […]
A Toronto company that specializes in the recovery of valuable artworks looted from families in Europe during WWII is behind the return of a 19th Century painting to the heirs who rightfully own it. The Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge University in the U.K. (above) has agreed to return […]
Victoria Rose Martin’s work enabled me to see my sister and myself as we were and could have been, and for the first time, to rail against my loss. I thought of summers together, sharing a bedroom, confidences, conflicts, loyalty, hilarity, love. For many years after my little […]
Your instant reaction to the works of Australian artist Julia deVille may be that her be-jewelled taxidermy animals are deeply unsettling and macabre. Or, you may think her work is so freakishly beautiful it deserves the numerous contemporary art awards she receives.
NOTE: This post has been extremely popular in recent days. So you may also want to view a post called Studio Envy, here. The Tiny House movement has made it possible for many artists to find free-standing space right on their own property. True, not everyone has the […]
A painter, illustrator and designer, Nick Dahlen is an emerging artist inspired by the classics. His style is an arresting distillation of the artists who influenced him, including Picasso, Kandinsky and Le Corbusier. He is clearly one to watch.