10 famous paintings, plots and characters of which today are interpreted incorrectly
There are many paintings in the world that, it would seem, are even known to art amateurs, but at the same time, even authoritative art historians interpret these paintings quite…

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Jesters and advisers of the monarchs: Famous dwarfs of the Middle Ages on the canvases of court artists
Dwarfs in Medieval Europe were very popular, and the love of them in Italian courts bordered on mania: the clans of Ferrari, Visconti, the Medici kept them at court. The…

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The Last Pre-Raphaelite: John William Waterhouse - an artist who wrote strong women with a difficult fate
John William Waterhouse is often called the last Pre-Raphaelite. Beautiful long-haired virgins, mythological and medieval plots, wild herbs and overgrown ponds are related to his work with paintings by Millet…

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The artist turns the climate graphics of scientists into watercolors and clearly shows what this means for the planet.

Gillian Pelto is a young explorer of Earth’s glaciers. She has an unusual hobby. She takes graphs with different data on how the climate on the planet is changing, and turns their lines into watercolor drawings, clearly showing how climate changes affect familiar landscapes and the inhabitants of the planet.

Pelto fell in love with the glaciers when she was sixteen years old and her father, an ice explorer, took her to work. Then she first saw them live. She also wanted to study them, and she received the education of a glaciologist. Alas, to her grief, she learned that the glaciers are disappearing, collapsing, and in many places where the landscape of the icy mountains was usual, now there are only stones and a swamp. Then she realized that the trouble affected not only the glaciers, and wanted to convey to people what she herself had very well seen in the graphs, numbers and dry lines of the reports. She uploads her drawings on Twitter. Continue reading

Because of what, the brilliant Victorian artist Richard Dudd dealt with his father and ended up in the "yellow house"
A true artist, and even more so the founder of a new style in art, is supposed to be a little crazy. Sometimes outrageous makes the master a true legend.…

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10 riddles of the “Mona Lisa” by the great Leonardo, which scientists are still struggling with today
There is an opinion that "a picture is better than a thousand words." But Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa has forced historians, art historians, and ordinary people to talk about…

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“Marriage takes away hope”: How artist Paula Moderson-Becker sought a balance between family and work
At the end of the 19th century, the inhabitants of the German village of Vorpsvede only said that they were talking about eccentric artists who lived there. Young men and…

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Why the picture of John Millet “Christ in the parental home” caused a scandal and the beginning of a new direction in art
The picture in which Christ and his family were depicted as "ordinary people" caused a once-great resonance in English society. Many considered the excessive realism inappropriate and even "disgusting." But…

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