Die Hexe, The Witch in English, is an illustration by Mila von Luttich for Die Muskete (no. 790, 1920), which was a humorous weekly magazine that was published every Thursday in Vienna from 1905 to 1941. The main characteristic of the illustration is its simplicity, von Luttich used just few colours, what is a feature… Continue reading Die Hexe by Mila von Luttich
Continuing with the series of interviews with contemporary artists, this month I had the pleasure to talk with the visual artist Sabine Pigalle. I hope you enjoy the reading! Do you remember when was your first contact with art? I saw a Monet painting « les coquelicots » when I was about 9 years old,… Continue reading Interview with Contemporary Artist: Sabine Pigalle
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?
Evelyn de Morgan was an extraordinary draughtswoman portraying the human form with outstanding accuracy. She was an English painter whose work were influenced by the style of the Pre-Raphaelite art. She preferred to treat biblical, mythological or literary themes, highlighting the role of women; and most of her work had a metaphorical value. The painting… Continue reading The Christian Martyr by Evelyn de Morgan
Hi there, today I come with spectacular news to you! You must remember the photographer Caterina Notte, our first guest in the section of interviews with contemporary artists. She is presenting her work in some exhibitions around the world, an amazing possibility to see her work closer. Until the 30th September, you can see her… Continue reading Caterina Notte’s Exhibitions