28 days ago - Mattias Inks
Possible Caravaggio Is Withdrawn From Auction; Spain Announces Export Ban
The suggested starting bid for the painting was set at around $1,800, but if it is really the work of the Baroque master, it could be worth millions.
28 days ago - NY Times
You Might Think It's New, but It's Not: Comp-Stomping
Fred Kiser first photographed this scene of McCord Creek and Elowah Falls in 1916, and it's been comp-stomped by folks ever since - including me. People have been trying to...
1 month ago - Photo Cascadia
Anthony van Dyck, Court painter to Charles 1
March 22, 1599. Sir Anthony van Dyck was a Flemish Baroque artist who became the leading court painter in England. He is most famous for his portraits of Charles I of England...
1 month ago - Chez Namaste Nancy
Uncovering The Hidden Gems Of Brutalism In Madrid
Edificio Princesa, residential buildings for the Military Housing Cooperative - Fernando Higueras Díaz, Antonio Miró Valverde and Carlos García Rodríguez. Image © Roberto...
1 month ago - Arch Daily
Kenneth Cooper, Harpsichordist With Improviser's Gift, Dies at 79
He excelled in the Baroque repertoire, but this interests were eclectic. He was also an accomplished musicologist.
1 month ago - NY Times
Floral Motifs Are Digitally Printed onto Blonde Hair in a New Baroque-Inspired Collection
All images © Alexis Ferrer/Rafael Andreu, shared with permission As a way to extend the floral designs woven into garments, Barcelona-based stylist Alexis Ferrer has developed...
1 month ago - Colossal
Pockets of Landscapes and Still Lifes Adorn Subjects in Lavish Portraits by Aniela Sobieski
Oil on panel, 8 x 10 inches. All images © Aniela Sobieski, shared with permission Aniela Sobieski is intrigued by “the human impulse to self-decorate,” a fascination that...
2 monthes ago - Colossal
Basil Twist in Paris: When Puppets Meet Baroque Opera
Before his directorial debut in France, with Mondonville's “Titon et l'Aurore” at the Opéra Comique, the virtuoso puppeteer discussed the challenges of working in a pandemic.
3 monthes ago - NY Times
Evaristo Baschenis. A painter of music and musicians
Born on this day in 1617, in Bergamo, Evaristo Baschenis. Painter of things musical. Here playing the spinet with his patron Ottavio Agliardi on the theorbo. Left wing in a...
4 monthes ago - Chez Namaste Nancy
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The Last Trip
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Estasi di Santa Teresa
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Lost Architecture: Resurrecting the U House by Toyo Ito
The U House is widely regarded as one of the masterpieces of Pritzker Prize winning architect Toyo Ito. It was designed specifically to nurture his sister and two daughters...
Just So Stories
For Mother's Day, a Healing Meditation on Mortality
An emotional episode of “The Midnight Gospel” on Netflix helped our critic process her own fears about loneliness and loss.
Genesis is truth as story
Genesis is Judaism's foundational work, a philosophy of the human condition under the sovereignty of God. This is a difficult point to understand, because there is no other...
VIRTUAL BLUEPRINT - margaux + izzy
Margaux & Izzy, creates stunning surface and pattern collections for home decor, apparel and stationery gift markets. For this Blueprint Show, collections capture the warmth of...
VIRTUAL BLUE PRINT - pink light studio
It's May so it must be Blue Print show time again, Yes the top print design market is back again this month from May 18th - 20th for a virtual showcase of all that's new in...
Abstract Art, Contemporary Painting, Mixed Media Art, Textured Art, “BLUE...
10"x10"x.75" Mixed Media on Canvas/Available $100
Tambacounda Hospital / Manuel Herz Architects
Senegal Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Iwan Baan Area: 2800.0 m2
The Value in Non-Traditional Expertise: How the Design Profession Has...
Via Life of an Architect The role of an architect has not always been what it is today. Historically, and almost since its inception, it was viewed as a “one-man show”, where...
Meltdown, Luciana Abait
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