Tag Archive: Art Blog

Picasso Part 3: Nude, Green Leaves And Bust

The final instalment of the Picasso series focuses on ‘Nude, Green Leaves And Bust.’ Picasso painted this piece in one day in March 1932 and it sold for a record £70 million in… Continue reading

Picasso Part Two: The Three Dancers

The second instalment of the Picasso series focuses on the mind bending piece ‘The Three Dancers.’ Painted in 1925, this artwork is on display at the Tate Modern gallery and was featured in… Continue reading

Picasso Part One: Les Demoiselles D’Avignon

For my next art series, I am going to focus on one of my favourite artists, Pablo Picasso. Over three blog posts, I will be looking at a different Picasso painting and explore… Continue reading

The Kiss In Art History Part 3: Roy Lichtenstein

The final part of ‘The Kiss In Art History’ series focuses on ‘Kiss V’ by Roy Lichtenstein painted in 1964. Lichtenstein’s comic book style art shocked the world when it first emerged in… Continue reading

Tim Walker ‘Wonderful Things’ Exhibition

I love spending weekends visiting exhibitions. The last one that I visited was the Mary Quant show at the V&A. This past weekend, I returned to the V&A for a sumptuous exhibition, Tim… Continue reading

This Kiss in Art History Part One: Gustav Klimt

The Kiss in Art History Series Part One: The Kiss by Gustav Klimt With Valentine’s Day arriving tomorrow, love is everywhere I turn at the moment. With that in mind, it feels like… Continue reading

Mary Quant Exhibition

One of the perks of not working on Mondays is that it frees time to go to places when there are fewer crowds. On my latest spare Monday afternoon, I managed to see… Continue reading

The Art Of Fashion

Designed to be looked at, experiencing different movements and trends, the worlds of art and fashion have forever been entwined. Just as artists have called upon classical stories and myths for subject matters… Continue reading

What Is Pop Art?

Pop is probably one of the most well-known art movements in history; so well-known and widespread in fact that it permeates the arts to this day. The key players were Andy Warhol, Roy… Continue reading

The Jan Van Eyck Mystery

Nestled in the Sainsbury Wing of London’s National Gallery is one of the most famous Renaissance paintings: Jan van Eyck’s the ‘Arnolfini Portrait’. It is an undisputed masterpiece of Northern Renaissance art. It… Continue reading