It is officially the holiday season and that means its time to figure out what on earth you are going to get everyone! We’ve pulled together a little gift guide for the creative people in your life to make things a little bit easier and spark a little bit of inspiration.
As one of the modern world’s most controversial street artist, Banksy has developed an entire art subculture. His work is one of the most easily identifiable and tends to have a profound impact on any location. For years his identity was largely unknown. He has worked with numerous types of street art media and his work often includes many powerful, often controversial images gaining an impressive viral status.
Picasso’s Mona Lisa is the most expensive painting in the world valued at $780 million but not sold yet. At second place, we have a tie between two paintings one by Kooning and the other by Gauguin. Here’s a list
What may be the most unusual characteristic of Modigliani’s portraits is not the prominent elongation of their features, but their eyes. Particularly in his later work, Modigliani would tend to leave the eyes of the subjects of his portraits blank. What
Beneath a sky aflame with red, orange and yellow, an androgynous figure stands on a bridge wearing a blue coat that seems to flow into a surreal torrent of turquoise and indigo behind him. It’s two elongated hands are held
Andy Warhol was an American artist who was a dominant figure in the pop art movement. His work was a combination of advertisement ,that flourished in the 1960s, celebrity culture and artistic expression. Warhol first gained recognition for his blotted
Post-Impressionism, a reaction against Impressionism’s depiction of lighting and color was a significant period for many artists. The movement, led by famous artists: Paul Cezanne, Paul Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh and Georges Seurat was used to express what can be seen
Impressionism was born in the 19th century in Paris. The impressionist painting style consists of small and visible brushstrokes, with an emphasis on depicting the changing nature of light. This movement placed importance on human’s perception of the subject matter,