How fools took an important place in art, and why Ivan is not such a fool as it seems
Jesters, holy fools, madmen and simply fools - permanent characters of a huge number of works - both folklore and copyright. Why is the fool in art so attractive -…

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How did the d’Orsa Museum defeat the Louvre and become the best in the opinion of tourists
Among all the possible museums of the world in all sorts of cultural capitals of the world, the famous TripAdvisor site chose the d'Orsay Museum in Paris this year, which…

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Secrets of self-portraits of famous artists
Self-portrait in most cases - a tool of narcissism, an attempt to leave your image in eternity. But if a genius takes over, his image on the canvas can turn…

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City streets and rural expanse on warm watercolors by a Croatian artist

“In my works, I try to achieve balance and harmony between each object, color and mood, so that visually all this arouses great interest and emotion in the viewer, making him a little closer to the complex art called painting,” says Joseph Zbukvich (Joseph Zbukvic ) – a brilliant Croatian watercolourist of our time, whose work does not remain without attention in any country. As if by magic, he writes pacifying landscapes in gentle tones, as well as situational scenes from the lives of people. Continue reading

Famous daughters-mothers: 3 outstanding female dynasties in art and science
When they talk about the famous dynasties in art, and even more so in science, we are talking, as a rule, about fathers and their sons. But the talented women…

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Sergey Zaryanko and his “living” portraits: As a boy from the serfs, became the favorite artist of the royal family
The nineteenth century was truly golden in the art of Russia - not least because talented artists were valued and supported - both in the halls of educational institutions and…

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How happened the fate of 10 famous paintings that were spoiled by vandals
Pictures of famous (and sometimes not very masters) sometimes have a magical effect on people. And it happens that this is not only admiring and rapture, but extreme reactions. So…

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As the "woman with a man's soul" that Rubens himself painted, became the first lady of the Renaissance
The first lady of the Renaissance - such an honorary title could receive a great artist or a muse for the creators of that era. But Isabella d’Este, namely, she…

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