Art, Art History, Artists, TV Series - Films

The Forgotten Masters

Few weeks ago, the contemporary artist Jill Poyerd contacted me. She wanted to show me her video on women artists. Jill has a successful YouTube channel where you can find videos produced by her on art appreciation which are very inspiring. And the content quality of the video is another reason to watch it. The… Continue reading The Forgotten Masters

Art, Artists, Cinema, TV Series - Films

ArtReview: Colette

Colette is a biographical drama directed by Wash Westmoreland and starring Keira Knightley. The film is based on the life of the French novelist, actress, mime and journalist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette. She is widely known for her novel Gigi (1944). Colette was the subject of several biographies, songs and films. It is another story about women artists who… Continue reading ArtReview: Colette

Art History, Artists, Impressionism, Issues of women artists, Renaissance, TV Series - Films

The Story of Women and Art – BBC

The Story of women and Art is a television documentary series in three episodes, produced by BBC, first broadcast in the UK on BBC two in May 2014. The series is presented by the Professor Amanda Vickery. It starts in Florence, Italy, place where Renaissance emerged. It presented us to the Vasari Corridor, named after… Continue reading The Story of Women and Art – BBC

Art History, Impressionism, Issues of women artists, TV Series - Films

ArtReview: The Impressionists (BBC) and the absence of women artists

The Impressionists is a three hours’ factual drama which reconstructs the origins of Impressionism, it is divided in three episodes and it’s based on letters, records and interviews. The series focus on the figure of Monet (considered as the father of Impressionism), who is the narrator of the Impressionism’s story. In the series, they recreated… Continue reading ArtReview: The Impressionists (BBC) and the absence of women artists