Cultural institutions around the world may still be shuttered due to COVID-19, but fortunately, there’s still a way to browse renowned collections while practicing social distancing. Through Google Arts & Culture, you can virtually tour world-famous museums such as the Musée d’Orsay, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Uffizi Gallery. Now, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico has made 1,100+ works of art by the modern American painter available to view online for free.
When listing the great artists of the Italian Renaissance, it’s impossible not to think of Raphael.
Beginning with a white page can be overwhelming for any artist, which is why Ed Fairburn adopted an unusual canvas.
Photography-based artist Tawny Chatmon celebrates the beauty of Black hair through her glittering series titled The Redemption. The collection of portraits features young people wearing their hair in an array of styles—no two are alike. But in this variety, the same visual thread is woven throughout each mixed-media piece. Chatmon paints atop the photos to adorn the kids with dazzling 24-karat gold accessories and outfits.
During the Renaissance, Michelangelo made a name for himself as a master of humanist sculpture.
For over 10 years, sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has dedicated his artistic practice to the enhancement and conservation of the...
Watercolorist Viviene Astakhova captures the unique allure of classical European architecture. Her expressive brushstrokes and sun-dappled lighting make each of the scenic places breathe with life. In fact, perusing her colorful portfolio feels as though you’re taking a stroll through one of the picturesque cityscapes. The Russian artist is an avid lover of old-world architecture and its ornate details. Historical cities such as Vienna, London, and St.
When it comes to painting, everyone starts out on an even playing field—those that paint well have built their skills...
British artist Olivia Kemp is known for wielding her pen in large-scale drawings of fantastical locations.
Sometimes, the best artistic muses come in small and cuddly packages. For artist GOTTE, an endearing hamster named Sukeroku is the star of their illustrations. Sukeroku may be little, but the adorable protagonist has gained a big following for his relatable tales. GOTTE draws the plush hamster in a myriad of different activities. Many are otherwise ordinary and include him eating snacks, trying on clothes, and working out. Other illustrations are delightfully peculiar.
Artist Creates Portraits of Black People Killed by Police, a Minute of Color for Every Year of Life [Interview]
Artist Adrian Brandon creates work that focuses on the Black experience.