Even in today’s colorful digital world many people still love black and white form of art and photography due to various reasons. Some of the reasons that compel people to love this contemporary art form are briefly discussed here under for your consideration. Continue reading Importance of Black And White Art in One’s Life
In the Florence basilica of Santa Croce, we can see statue remarkably similar to New York’s Statue of Liberty. Lesser-known The Liberty of Poetry, Pio Fedi’s work. Neoclassical sculpture designed at the same time what famouse New Yorks scalpture. Continue reading Statue of liberty cousine
Medici Chapel . One of two structures of Medici Chapel is Sagrestia Nuova (New Sacristy), located within Florence’s Basilica di San lorenzo church. The idea of the Sargestia Nuova was from Cardinal Giulio de Medici and his cousin Pope Leo X. To work on the Sargestia Nuova and design the mausoleum fo Medici family, they hired Michelandgelo. Continue reading Medici Chapel
One of the amazing place in Rome what Iam recomended to watch, its Ponte Sant’Angelo.
That bridge was builded by Roman Emperior Hadrian in 134 AD, to span the Tiber, from city center to towering Castel Sant’Angelo.
In 1530 on the bridge began to install Statues of the apostles Peter and Paul. St. Paul hold sword in right hand, and the book in left hand. St. Peter holding book in left hand. Authors Lorenzetto and Paolo Romano. Continue reading Ponte Sant’Angelo
While preparing for my first visit to Florence, I had read and heard that I could spend a week or two frantically rushing from one museum to another and still not get the chance to see all the art there is in this magical city. Instead of this filling me with excitement, the idea made me nervous. I mean, I could only spare a week – and not even a full one but something like 5.5 days and here someone was claiming that even 2 weeks are not enough. Additionally, I also hated the idea of having to frenziedly rush from place to place trying to see all there is. Continue reading My Trip to Florence in May 2018
The Art of Amedeo Modigliani . The Livorno-born artist, Amedeo Modigliani, moved to Paris at age twenty-two where he lived out his life’s final 14 years. In his artistic work, he used a selection of models for his artistic work and just like a lot of artists of his time the relationship between model and artist, started to be a lot more than a simple professional relationship.
Lucio Fontana is a revered theorist, painter, and sculptor from the 1960s who is best remembered for founding spatialism, an art movement that made its mark in the art industry.
Lucia Fontana came into this world on February 19, 1899, born in Rosario Santa Fé, Argentina. His mother was Argentinian and his father an Italian sculptor. He spent his early life in Milan, Italy before returning to Argentina, to work in his father’s workshop as a sculptor. He later opened his own and took part in his maiden exhibition of Nexus in 1926, a group composed of youthful Argentinian artists plowing their trade in Rosario. Continue reading Lucio Fontana, Spatialism
Malevich was born of Polish parents in Ukraine. Constantly hunting for work in the Russian Empire, his father worked in a railway construction and sugar factory. In his early teens, Kazimir was also employed where his father worked. When about 12 years, he began drawing and in dire pursuit of an artistic career, his academic efforts kicked off in 1895 at Kiev School of Art.