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Edvard Munch: Discarded Flowers 1896 (The unpublished illustrations to Les Fleurs du Mal)

Edvard Munch, The Flower of Pain, crayon, india ink, wash, watercolour, paper, 1897. Sketch for the Cover of Quickborn Magazine.

In 2012 Norwegian artist Edvard Munch’s (1863-1944) iconic masterpiece… 2,421 more words



Henri Matisse (1869-1954)
“Woman in a Blue Dress in Front of a Fireplace”, 1937.

More about the painting HERE.

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Featured: How to Succeed in Business, Major in Art History

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This article below reflects my opinion on the matter written in the article above of art history in the business place. 496 more words


Berlin’s lost Renaissance sculptures rediscovered in the Pushkin Museum

The 59 sculptures were among treasures seized by Stalin’s “Trophy Brigades” after the Second World War.

Art historians have discovered 59 Italian Renaissance sculptures missing from Berlin’s collections since the Second World War in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, according to the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation. 44 more words


Storify for The (After) Lives of Things: Deconstructing and Reconstructing Material Culture, AAH 2016

I’ve now Storified our AAH 2016 panel, The (After) Lives of Things: Deconstructing and Reconstructing Material Culture, which is available here. We’re currently working on a publication from the session, so watch this space for details of this as they come.


ECRS - 23 May

Please join us for the ninth and final session in the University of Edinburgh’s Eighteenth-Century Research Seminar series. The session will present new work in eighteenth-century studies, and will feature Sally Holloway (Richmond, The American International University in London), whose presentation is titled ‘Manufacturing Romance: The Economy of Courtship in Georgian England’. 49 more words