Just a few hours east of Los Angeles, picturesque desert scenes and mid-century architecture create the landscape of a destination known for style. Palm Springs has remained a hot spot for designers, artists and celebrities for over a century. Art.com Senior Designer, Guillaume D. recently went to Palm Springs to visit the iconic architecture, now known as desert-modernism, made famous by prolific American architect Albert Frey. Camera in hand, Guillaume set out to see the…
Celebrated as “the Dickens of the paintbrush”, Norman Rockwell has held a place in the hearts of Americans for more than half of a century. His nostalgic paintings are clad with warmth, humor, and even the occasional surprise. Today, we’re shedding light on some of Rockwell’s lesser known accomplishments and sharing a few tips on how to warm up a room with Rockwell artwork. Things You Probably Don’t Know About Norman Rockwell He received the Presidential…
Paul Souders is an independent wildlife photographer who has traveled extensively around the world and known for his award-winning photographs of animals.
Cassie Marie Edwards gives new life to forgotten objects through her portraits of thrifted figurines. As a child, her grandmother . . .
Nowadays, Gregory is an artist and teacher living and working in the Twin Cities, Minnesota, and part of our Meet the Artists series. We asked him to tell us more about how he developed his appreciation for the natural landscape.
Since we originally wrote this story about Keith Haring two years ago, I’ve moved to San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood with its abundant and ever-changing murals charged with socially impactful messages and bold imagery. I wonder . . .
Edgar Degas, born in Paris in July 1842, began painting early in life. By age 18, he transformed his room into an art studio and enrolled. . .
Monet began the series of around 250 oil paintings in 1903 and they became his biggest artistic focus in the last 30 years of his life. . .
Previously thought to be a fake, The Sunset at Montmajour was officially declared to be an original piece by Vincent van Gogh. . .
Michaelangelo painted “The Creation of Adam” as part of his frescoes in the Sistine Chapel in 1505. By the time Michelangelo began. . .
While Dalí is best known for his bizarre surrealist style he was also a skilled classical painter and illustrator. As a student in Madrid, Dalí had. . .