Tag Archive for sculpture

5 lost masterpieces that changed art history

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Battle of Anghiari by Rubens - a emulation of one of Da Vinci's lost masterpieces of the same name.

We pay homage to five lost masterpieces whose importance is reflected only in the inspiration they provided to later artists.

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7 exciting opportunities for artists this September

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Young woman working on a watercolour painting outdoors

A specially selected listing of the most exciting residencies, commissions and competitions open to artists in the UK and beyond.

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What is beauty in art—and does it still matter?

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How have notions of beauty evolved in art down the centuries, and what do they tell us about the beauty of the art of today?

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5 Lesser-Known Artists to Have Used Their Bodies for Their Art

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To what extent would you be willing to use your own body for your art? That is a question that many artists over the last century, in particular, have asked themselves, producing results that have been by turns insightful, controversial…

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3 of the Most Controversial Works of Public Art

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It seems that everyone has an opinion on public art, whether positive or negative. Is it all a waste of taxpayers’ money, or a welcome way to add interest to what may otherwise be a dull urban or rural landscape?…

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Old Kingdom – artist interview with Lee Kirby

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In this Spotlight artist interview, Lee Kirby shares his detailed sculptural works, and talks about how his passion for Ancient Egypt directly influences his work. See more of Lee’s work at: www.oldkingdom.artweb.com Being a crafts maker Please give us a…

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Tia Gillespie – An OCAD University Graduate, Professional Artist from Canada

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I am an emerging artist based in Kingston ON Canada. I graduated from OCAD University with a Major in Drawing & Painting and a Minor in Art…

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Affordable Art Fair Hampstead 2013 round up

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After visiting the Affordable Art Fair in Hampstead last night, we thought we’d share some of our favourite artists, galleries, and work that we saw. Enjoy! Here’s how the Liberty Gallery‘s stand looked (before the crowds!), we really liked Maria…

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Cellular Conversa – Spotlight on Kate Linforth

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Artist and sculptor Kate was one our recent ‘in the frame‘ Facebook winners, so we are really pleased to share her Spotlight interview with you! See more of her work at www.katelinforth.co.uk Being an artist Please give us a few…

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Spotlight on interdisciplinary artist Stephanie Hunter

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Stephanie Hunter works across a broad range of mediums, including sculpture, assemblage, painting and craft. You can see more of Stephanie’s work on her website: www.stephaniehunter.artweb.com Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself  …

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