.0 Claude Monet's dreamy paintings of water lilies are some of the most recognizable works of art ever created. The series Water Lilies depicts scenes from Monet's garden and pond at Giverny in France, rendered in expressive blends of blues, greens, and purples. However, while many can be viewed in Paris's Musée de l'Orangerie, others are less well known.
French artist Saype recently brought a positive message of hope to Turkey as part of his Beyond Walls project.
Before photography, it was up to illustrators to accurately record plants and animals.
In our guide to buying art online, we introduced you to several platforms to help you start or build an art collection. But here, we're focusing specifically on where to find great paintings for sale. Whether you are interested in oils, acrylics, watercolors, or mixed media, you'll find the perfect canvas to hang on your wall with these online platforms.
There are many ways that families show their love.
Turkish artist Didem Yagci manipulates pieces of plywood into kinetic works of art.
From now until February 2024, the Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan will be a spectacular display of lights. Over 5 million LED bulbs have been used to create a garden of glowing wisteria, cherry blossoms, and other flora. Visitors can wander the grounds and immerse themselves in a nighttime exhibition that changes theme three times over the duration of its installation.
When walking through a gallery, you usually see artworks on the walls…not the floor. Well, studio Cre.a.i.
South African sculptor Anton Smit is known for his powerful artwork that centers around themes of reconciliation, glory, and suffering.
Since we first interviewed artist Dimitra Milan as a teenager, we've been able to see her artistry stretch and grow. From creating her own distinct style called abstract realism to teaching others how to harness their own creativity, Milan has consistently pushed her own boundaries. And now, she is back with her first new series of paintings in several years—Miracle in Bloom.
Human figures appear to merge with their surroundings in the paintings of Austin Howlett.
There’s an art movement that has been happening for over a decade, and now it finally has a name—Art Materialism.