The death of Miss Gardiner (1789) is painting by Italian-English artist Maria Cosway. The painting is one of her few works signed and dated known to survive, and it is among her finest paintings. Nowadays, the painting is part of the collection of the Musée de la Révolution Française, a departmental museum within the Château… Continue reading The death of Miss Gardiner by Maria Cosway
Marie Bashkirtseff was a Ukrainian artist, born to a wealthy and noble family, whose parents separated when she was quite young. As a consequence of it she grew up mostly out of Ukraine, travelling with her mother throughout Europe, until they settled in Paris, where she lived and worked. Marie Bashkirtseff She received a private… Continue reading Who was Marie Bashkirtseff?
Sophie Gengembre Anderson was a British artist, she was specialised in genre scenes and portraits of children and women. She began her artistic career as a lithographer and a portraitist, she collaborated with Walter Anderson on the portraits of American Episcopal bishops. Her style has been often compared to the Pre-Raphaelite painters and even to… Continue reading Who was Sophie Gengembre Anderson?
Hi there, thank you all so much for the support in this new project. And keeping with the series of interviews... this month we had the pleasure to interview the figurative artist based in England Natalie Papamichael. Enjoy! Do you remember when was your first contact with art? I first started drawing and painting as… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist Natalie Papamichael
Hi everyone, I am very happy with the positive feedback this series of interview with contemporary artists is receiving. I hope you're excited about this month interview, because it is with the Angolan painter Manuela Sambo. A quiet place Do you remember when was your first contact with art? I grew up surrounded by traditional… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist Manuela Sambo