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Paris Between the Wars - "U" is for Maurice Utrillo

Between 1919 and 1939, Paris experienced a cultural and intellectual boom. This blog will feature artists, writers, composers, musicians, and designers. Paris was at its cultural peak. 129 more words

April 24, 2016: Post day 11, Look Here!

April hi,

isn’t this painting fascinating? You think these eyes are capable of reading your thoughts. It’s Odilon Redon, the French symbolist painter who is at the cover of this cute little book at the British Museum. 106 more words

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The Prints of Pompadour

{Plate-43, l’Amour et l’Amitié by Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, marquise de Pompadour, ca. 1755 and Plate-54, Alliance de l’ Austriche et de la France, ca. 1756 both after François Boucher; and Jacques Guay} 225 more words

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Delving into Delacroix: An Introduction to the Lee Johnson Archive

By Dr. Fiona Gatty and Emma Walshe

The National Gallery’s current exhibition, ‘Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art’, has catapulted the nineteenth-century French painter, his influence, and his legacy to the forefront of art conversations everywhere. 1,266 more words

History Of Art

Hipsters from the 19th century. "Les canotiers de la Meurthe" by Émile Friant. 1888.

In the late nineteenth century Nancy emerged from beneath the shadow of Paris to establish itself as the second artistic center of France. One of the Nancéienne School artists was Émile Friant, who began his artistic career at an extremely young age and rose to prominence with his version of naturalism which later manifested into a latent symbolism. 2,120 more words

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Diabetics Change The World (Of Art)

Growing up with diabetes makes you more aware of the people that this illness affects on a daily basis. And a lot of the time, as a society we look to celebrities and people of importance in order to get inspiration and to gain confidence. 566 more words

Teen To Teen