The new school year is just around the corner, and that can only mean one thing—back-to-school shopping. Who said school supplies have to be boring? While stocking up on essentials like pens, pencils, and paper products may seem like a mundane chore, this selection of back-to-school supplies will make you want to go shopping all year round.
Posts by Kelly Richman-Abdou
Today, Impressionism remains one of the most popular and prevalent types of painting.
Throughout the 20th century, creatives across many movements, mediums, and styles began to explore the practice of collage art.
As one of the world's most walkable cities, Paris makes wandering around an ideal way to experience life in the French capital. As you stroll along its streets, you'll encounter all kinds of eye-catching sites, like its world-famous metro entrances, one-of-a-kind storefronts, and, towering above the rest, its historic Haussmann apartment buildings. Designed by Baron Georges Eugène Haussmann as a means to modernize 19th-century Paris, these buildings have since become a symbol of the city's traditional charm.
As one of the most visited cities in the world, Paris is continuously celebrated for the unique features that define...
Throughout art history, many major art movements emerged in response to existing artistic approaches. Pre-Raphaelite painting, for example, was born out of a dislike of the Renaissance, while Rococo artists built upon the opulence of Baroque art. Though this phenomenon has manifested time and time again, it reached a peak with the onset of Romanticism, an early 19th-century movement that rejected the formality of Neoclassicism and, instead, embraced emotion.
If you love all things floral, you probably have cultivated your own crop of flower accessories. The next step?
As a master of the arts, sciences, and everything in between, Leonardo da Vinci is often referred to as a...
Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is renowned for her symbolic subject matter, colorful canvases, and extensive series of self-portraits. Inspired by “whatever passes through [her] head without any other consideration,” her paintings are deeply personal. Given the intimate and emblematic nature of her pieces, their messages and motifs may seem too obscure to interpret. When viewed through a contextual lens, however, the meanings behind her poignant paintings begin to materialize.
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