“A vegetal encounter”, is an exhibition that, based on the works of Patricia Domínguez, Ingela Ihrman and Eduardo Navarro, examines the symbiotic relationship between man and plants.
The portrayed writer, considered a precursor of feminism, was immortalized in 1808 as a classic muse by the brush of Marie Louise Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun, one of the great portraitists of her time.
The Universe of Design at the Thyssen Museum in Malaga - Almost thirty works executed on paper by some of the most outstanding avant-garde creators of the first half of the 20th century
Behind Masha Silchenk's pastel oil there are sometimes human beings, portraits of friends, family out of their daily observations or found in the middle of a dream.
Melbourne-based artist Rone has just released his first volume of a living room table. The self-titled book presents a retrospective of his works, exploring the overlap and the often controversial relationship between beauty and decadence, as well as between youth against ruin, each one pulling to his side.
Marius Pons de Vincent extends a thread between abstraction and figuration, the artist juggles between three-dimensional and two-dimensional space and plays with trompe-l'oeil shuffling references.
Although painted in the mid-17th century in the Netherlands, Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring seems to increasingly appeal to modern connoisseurs around the world. Most who enter Vermeer's universe do so through the "gateway" that is his 1665 portrait