QuickSwap™ tools for Cricut Maker®: Engraving Tip

QuickSwap™ tools for Cricut Maker®: Engraving Tip

Canvas Art: How To Roll Up The Canvas

The painting should be in good condition even after rolling up it. If the painting is totally dry then do not roll it up very tightly. Today most people take out the painting from canvas for the purpose of transporting the canvas art.

August Sanders, Father of Modern Portrait Photography

Widely regarded as the “Father of modern portrait photography”, August Sanders exhibits an innocent devotion to his calling. While the sophisticated equipment of our day did not exist, the qualities of light remain unchanged from the first artist’s gaze. Devoted more to documenting his fellowman than advancing his art, his photographs reveal an intimacy that bridges Time.

The Cloak of Conscience by Anna Chromy

The Cloak of Conscience by Anna Chromy is set to become the 21st century’s most significant public sculpture. On the eve of its release, this article examines the purpose and meaning of this monumental marble sculpture.

Lina Cavalieri: The Artist’s Muse

She was a woman renowned for her beauty, celebrated for her gorgeous soprano voice, painted by Boldini and Muller-Ury, featured in several silent films and herself portrayed in film by her fellow Italian, Gina Lollobrigida. However, Italian opera singer Lina Cavalieri is probably best remembered as the inspiration for Piero Fornasetti’s “Variations and Themes.” Born on Christmas Day, 1874, in Viterbo, Latium, Natalina Cavalieri was orphaned at 15 and sent to live in a Catholic orphanage.

Cupid Chastised by Bartolomeo Manfredi: Homo-Erotic Art

In the Galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago hangs an amazing painting by the 16th Century Italian, Baroque artist Bartolomeo Manfredi. The name of the piece is Cupid Chastised.

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