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Blog post 10: Contemporary & Post Modernism – Joaquin Sorolla

Joaquin Sorolla was a Spanish painter born in Valencia, Spain in 1863. He’s most known for his portraits, landscapes, and his works with historic or social themes. He was an impressionist painter, more specifically Luminism, which was a subcategory of… Continue Reading →

Blog post 9: Abstract Expressionism & Pop Art – Franz Kline

Franz Kline was Abstract Expressionist painter born on May 23, 1910 in Pennsylvania, USA. He studied painting and drawing and also drafting and illustration in school in his 20s and 30s. He started out drawing and painting in a realistic… Continue Reading →

Blog post 8: Cubism, Dadaism, & Surrealism – Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp was an artist whose art could be described as being a part of dadaism, cubism, and conceptual art. He studied at Académie Julian. A lot of his pieces had loose lines and shapes to represent his figures. His… Continue Reading →

Blog post 7: Expressionism, Fauvism, & Early 20th Century – Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt was an Austrian symbolist painter born in 1862. His work was very controversial when he was alive. He liked to paint and draw erotic art, putting an emphasis on sensuality and sex, which was not very accepted in… Continue Reading →

Blog Post 6: Impressionism & Post-Impressionism – Pierre Bonnard

Pierre Bonnard was a French Post-Impressionist painter. He was a part of a group of artists called Les Nabis. One thing that is clear in his art is his use of colours. Bonnard used bright, vivid colours in his paintings…. Continue Reading →

Blog Post 5: Realism, Pre-Impressionism, & Pre-Raphaelites – Thomas Eakins

Thomas Eakins was a realist painter from America. He was an artist who drew from life. The subjects he chose for his portraits consisted of people he knew from his hometown or prominent figures. He didn’t idealize the body and… Continue Reading →

Blog Post 4: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, & Rococo – Jean-August Ingres

Jean-Auguste Ingres was a French Neoclassical painter born in 1780 who was ultimately known for his portrait painting. He studied under the artist, Jacques-Louis David, and preferred precision and accuracy over improvisation and rougher work. But though his pieces reflected… Continue Reading →

Blog Post 3: Baroque – Franz Hals

Franz Hals was a painter born in the Netherlands. There isn’t much known about his life, but what is known is that he owed money to his baker or shoemaker. His painting style was loose and in my opinion, added… Continue Reading →

Blog Post 2: High Renaissance & Mannerism – Paolo Veronese

Paolo Veronese, real name Paolo Caliari, was an artist who was born in Venice in 1528. He is acknowledged for his compositions and amazing sense of colour in his paintings and his mastery in fresco paintings. His most famous works… Continue Reading →

Blog Post 1: Late Gothic & Early Renaissance – Ghirlandaio

Domenico Ghirlandaio was an artist who was born in Florence in 1478. His works were mainly fresco paintings, an example being “The Last Supper.” He was a pupil of Alesso Baldovinetti. He was known to be the teacher of Michelangelo…. Continue Reading →

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