With a bold, textured shape, these preserved artichoke stems add a sculptural element to dried autumnal arrangements. - 5 Preserved artichoke stems - Indoor use only - For best longevity, handle gently and avoid direct sunlight or moisture - USA Each: 21”H, 3.5” diameter
This Thanksgiving we went to the Toledo Museum while visiting my in-laws. To my surprise, the museum is a treasure trove. Every corner I turned, I was like, “WOW, this is so rare!” “OMG it’s a so and so.” “WOW, I’ve never seen an X in real life,” etc. The best part of the museum was that there were
It is not commonly known Renoir battled severe rheumatoid arthritis and fought the disease so he could continue creating his masterpieces. Though at times the arthritis crippling, he continued to persevere through his work. Renoir was born in 1841 and died in 1919. The last three decades of his life allowed Renoir to be recognized, triumphant, and financially successful with his art, but it also met with the fate of serious illness. Crippling Rheumatoid Arthritis Around 1898, if…
The Pink Studio, 1911 by Henri Matisse | Museum Quality Oil Painting Reproduction and Canvas Print 4806 | TOPofART
Bees swarm, swallows swerve, a shark swims the wall ... with a pair of giant dress-making scissors, Matisse cut himself free from the miseries of illness and old age, creating luscious cut-outs that unleashed a new art. Adrian Searle eats up a joyous show at Tate Modern
This weekend, I was re-reading Orla Kiely’s wonderful book, Pattern, where she mentioned the influence that designer Sonia Delaunay had on her as a developing designer. It made me remember I’d snapped some cellphone pics of a Sonia Delaunay book while in San Francisco (too heavy to buy). These pics show clearly show how Orla …
Fashion & Art–Joy model Robert Knighton channels French artist Marcel Duchamp for a new editorial in the July/August 2012 edition of Style magazine.
바이마르시대한나회흐의미술 - 분절과괴리 김숙영 ( 명지대학교) I. 들어가는말 프로이센제국이붕괴되고새로운시대로접어든독일은혼란했다. 바 이마르공화국이건설되면서독일의예술가와지식인은이시기의혼돈가운데서도희망을가졌다. 사회민주주의자, 무정부주의자, 공산주의자, 아웃사이더지식인들은새로운사회를건설하기위해연대했다. 죄파예술가들은권위주의적고급미술에서벗어나실용적인예술을추구했다.
The Nazis branded her a degenerate and the dadaists tried to edge her out. But a new exhibition reveals Hannah Höch as a pioneer of photomontage and a feminist icon. By Brian Dillon
‘Untitled’ (1930). Hannah Höch was the only female artist included in the Dada movement that flourished after the First World War. Art was then still considered mainly a man’s game—and women weren’t allowed to share the toys. Dada, however, was supposedly a radical avant garde movement that despised bourgeois conventions and the politics that had led to the carnage of the war. Though the central members of Dada’s Berlin group claimed they supported women’s rights, their words were little…
Hannah Höch. Indian Dancer: From an Ethnographic Museum (Indische Tänzerin: Aus einem ethnographischen Museum). 1930. Cut-and-pasted printed paper and metallic foil on paper. 10 1/8 x 8 7/8" (25.7 x 22.4 cm). Frances Keech Fund. 569.1964. © 2020 Hannah Höch / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Germany. Drawings and Prints