Tag Archive: art history

May 25

Arts Everyday Living: The Artist’s Way–From Klimt’s Kiss to Place de la Concorde

Click on the works of art to enlarge or enhance them.     THE ARTIST’S WAY: INSIDE THE CREATIVE MIND, PART I YOUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE ART EXPERIENCE   All in all, the creative act is not performed by the artist alone; the spectator brings the work in contact with the external world by deciphering and interpreting …

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Apr 19

Arts Everyday Living: Lost Love, Lost Worlds, & Lost Art Coming This Week

       COMING THIS WEEK LOST LOVE, LOST WORLDS, LOST ART ____________________ ____________________ Frederick Leighton (1830-1896) was a renowned British artist in Victorian Great Britain; his painting Flaming June still draws audiences wherever it is shown. The above image is used solely for educational purposes.

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Mar 15

Arts Everyday Living: What is Art?—The Eternal Question—Begins Tomorrow

Click on the photograph to ENLARGE or ENHANCE it.     WHAT IS ART?  THE ETERNAL QUESTION  STARTING MONDAY ____________________ ____________________ MONDAY: EINSTEIN & VAN GOGH The above image is used solely for educational purposes.

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Oct 11

Arts Everyday Living: The Infamous Collector-Hitler’s Personal Gallery on Monday

Click on the work of art to enlarge or enhance it.   COMING MONDAY THE INFAMOUS COLLECTOR:  HITLER’S PERSONAL GALLERY       The image above is used solely for educational purposes.

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Jun 29

Arts Everyday Living: Searching for Civilization–A Mini-Art History Course For You

PLEASE click on the work of art to enlarge it.     SEARCHING FOR CIVILIZATION A CONTINUING JOURNEY  IN ART  STARTS TOMORROW         The above image is used solely for educational purposes.     And begin your personal journey to art with Through an Artist’s Eyes: Learning to Live Creatively!      

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Apr 16

Arts Everyday Living: Leonardo da Vinci in Milan–A Tour of the City’s Museum

Click on the paintings to enlarge or enhance them.       BIBLIOTECA &  PINACOTECA AMBROSIANA     A combination of library and gallery located in historic city of Milan, where Leonardo spent more than 20 years of his career. Founded by Cardinal Federico Borromeo in 1609 to house his own extensive collection of manuscripts and art works; …

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Jan 27

Arts Everyday Living: Monday at the Art Museum—Your Weekly Art Update

Click on the paintings to ENLARGE them.     NEW. Every Monday, I’ll be offering an update on happenings in the art world accessible via the internet (website links provided below) including ongoing art exhibitions, art works and museums in the news, a special section on artists’ birthdays this week, plus periodic reminders about the …

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Jan 23

Arts Everyday Living: A Voyage to Hawaii, Through An Artist’s Eyes—The Art of Surfing

Please be sure to click to ENLARGE the work of art.     I shall never forget the first big wave I caught out there in the deep water.  I saw it coming, turned my back on it, and paddled for dear life….I heard the rest of the wave hissing and churning, and then my …

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Jan 22

Arts Everyday Living: A Voyage to Hawaii, Through an Artist’s Eyes—Honolulu Museum of Art

Click on the work of art to ENLARGE it.       THE HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART HONOLULU, HAWAII         Just renamed Honolulu Museum of Art a few years ago. Honolulu Museum of Art Founded by descendant of missionaries, Anna Rice Cooke, as Honolulu Academy of Art; opened in 1927. Building constructed …

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Jan 20

Arts Everyday Living: A Voyage to Hawaii, Through an Artist’s Eyes—Portrait of a Tragic Princess

        Nahi’ena’ena, sister of King Kamehameha III, may be only ten, but she already has the regal air of a princess in this memorable portrait done by British artist Robert Dampier in 1825.  Her family still ruled what is presently Hawaii, somehow managing to withstand the increasing pressures of Western civilization, particularly …

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