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…

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Camille Corot - “landscape poet” who inspired both the impressionists and the authors of fake artists
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot - French painter of the era of romanticism, "landscape poet", who influenced the emergence of impressionism. During his long life, he created several thousand paintings in his…

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Fairytale illustrations by Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale - the best British Victorian watercolourist
The Victorian era gave the world fantastic stories about elves and fairies, the movement of the Pre-Raphaelites, a return to medieval images and ideals. The last representative of this Victorian…

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Unpleasant Art: Diseases and Death in 19th-20th Century Paintings

Art does not always appeal to the beautiful and beautiful, sometimes from the depicted on the canvases it takes a rash because of the plots chosen by the author. For example, the British Wellcome Collection Museum deliberately collects various paintings that depict diseases, surgeries and other unpleasant things for the eye.

The first use of ether in dentistry, 1846. Posted by: Ernest Board.

“In the last twentieth century, mankind has managed to achieve the impossible and overcome hunger, epidemics and war. Now, for the first time in history, fewer people are dying of hunger from obesity. Diseases take less lives than old age. Violent deaths are less common than in accidents. These amazing achievements must be kept in mind when confronted with the ordeals of the 21st century, ”said the historian Yuval Noah Harari in his speech in Berlin. Continue reading

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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Life after Picasso
64 years ago, on February 11, 1955, Olga Khokhlova passed away. The general public probably knows only about the ballerina from Nizhyn that she emigrated from the Russian Empire and…

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What riddles did the Flemish master encrypt in his paintings?
The paintings written by the so-called Flemish author are distinguished by the fact that in trying to unravel whose brush each of his creations belongs to, one has to be…

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How a visit to the Hermitage turned the fate of a merchant: facts from the history of the Tretyakov Gallery are little known
It is unlikely that we could today contemplate and admire the masterpieces of Russian painting, if not for the event that happened a little more than 125 years ago. Namely,…

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