Paul Cezanne (French, 1839-1906) worked on the margins of the modern art world throughout his life. His career began on the periphery of the Impressionist groups based in Paris ended in relative seclusion and obscurity in the South of France. Across a career spanning 40 years, Cezanne approached painting as […]Read More
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Tamara Łempicka – A Woman on a Journey
Tamara Łempicka (1898 – 1980) – known as the Baroness with a Brush – created an image of a modern and independent woman of success, thanks to which she became an icon of her times with her name becoming recognizable both on the Old Continent and in the countries of […]Read More
10 Strangers, 10 Artworks, 10 Images
After so many months of the MET being shut down, we finally got a green light to visit this magical place again. Since the reopening sounds like a celebration, I took my 3.1 Phillip Lim purse and run to the MET with tears in my eyes. I have to admit […]Read More
“People should fall in love with their eyes closed” Andy Warhol
People should fall in love with their eyes closed. Andy Warhol had many different reflections on love. Throughout his life, he suffered from nervous breakdowns, which were often caused by loneliness and a lack of understanding. Andy believed that everyone should fall in love with closed eyes, in the human […]Read More