2017-02-21T11:01:44ZMichelangelo's output was, quite simply, stunning, in quality, quantity and scale. His most famous statues include the 18-foot David (1501-1504) and the Pietà (1499).
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZBiography of High Renaissance painter Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio) (1483-1520). Description of famous works and influences like Leonardo and Michelangelo.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZMannerism refers to the art of the Late Italian Renaissance, before the Baroque period began, when artists used clashing colors and many bizarre themes in their work.
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2017-02-21T11:01:44ZDiscover the answers to some of the most common questions about Michelangelo's The Sistine Chapel ceiling, one of the world's most famous paintings.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZAbstract artworks that emphasize the process of or gesture in the creative act through various techniques of application, including dripping, smearing and flinging paint.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZThe Japanese artist (1928-1989) created more than 700 manga series with about 170,000 pages of drawings, and 200,000 pages of anime storyboards and scripts.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZA biographical profile of Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), English Romantic painter.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZDiscussion on Leonardo da Vinci's sexual orientation.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZSome art historians have questioned if Fauvism was indeed a movement, but there is no denying that the brief heyday of the Wild Beasts had a huge impact on Modern Art.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZA biographical profile of Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), American painter and illustrator.
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2017-02-21T11:01:44ZColor Field Painting is a branch of Abstract Expressionism that concentrates on colorful shapes and expanses of color which emphasize the literal flatness of the canvas or paper.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZLearn more about Victor Vasarely (1908-1997), the Hungarian-born French painter and sculptor who created the Pop Art Movement.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZShe may be 500 years old, but the Sistine Madonna doesn't look a day over 18. How does she do it?
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZWriting an art history paper? Here are some ideas to get the creative juices flowing, along with some starter prompts and topic suggestions.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZA biographical profile of Hokusai (1760-1849), Japanese painter, printmaker and draftsman.
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2017-02-21T11:01:44ZSfumato means that there are no harsh outlines (as in a coloring book) present; areas blend into one another through miniscule brushstrokes, which makes for a rather hazy, albeit more realistic, depiction of light and color.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZCheck out this list of 52 famous artists who committed suicide. Some may surprise you!
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZWhen artists and art historians define color in art, they are referring to the element that is produced when light, striking an object, is reflected back to the eye.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZThe first thing that stands out in The Problem We All Live With is its focal point: the girl. She is slightly to the left of center, but balanced by the large, red splotch on the wall right of center.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZThe Fourth Dimension refers to time among the other dimensions: length, width and depth, or it refers to the mental processes, such as perceiving and feeling.
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZLeonardo da Vinci, often referred to by just his first name, was the epitome of the term
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZA principle of art - and probably the universe itself - pattern means the repetition of an element (or elements) in a work. An artist achieves a pattern through the use of colors (children playing with Legos® know this instinctively), lines (think: Op Art) or shapes (as with mosaics, tessellations, etc.).
2017-02-21T11:01:44ZAfter the rather ho-hum art of the Mesolithic era, art in the Neolithic (literally: