From Kandinsky to Pollock, here's a brief overview of iconic abstract artists, the history of the movement & key techniques. Ready to test your knowledge?
Nature has been a muse for many artistic movements in history. Among them was the Group of Seven, a collective of 20th century Canadian painters.
By the early years of the 20th century, abstraction had become a buzzword in the art world. But few were as pioneering as the artists of Der Blaue Reiter.
Overflowing with riches of cultural and artistic significance, the grand estates and country houses of the aristocracy are a treasure trove of heritage.
Join us in decoding the symbolism in some of the most iconic paintings of all time and dive deep to discover how secretive these symbols work.
A glen at dawn dappled with white dew drops. A panorama of the windswept countryside. Such celebrations of nature defined the Barbizon School.
French artist Henri Matisse, revered for innovating the use of vivid color, held tremendous influence over 20th-century art, and his legacy endures today.
As much storyteller as artist, the vibrant, sinuous, energetic art of Ernie Barnes is a depiction of Black American culture.
There’s more to a miniature painting than meets the eye. Popularized in the 18th century, there’s a rich history behind miniaturist paintings.
Originating from the Greek words for life and form, “biomorphic art” refers to abstract depictions of the natural world and it thrived in the 20th century.