Satiric Dancer

Satiric Dancer

Satiric Dancer is a gelatin-silver print that was photographed by André Kertész in 1926. It was taken in the studio of Kertész’s sculptor friend, István Beöthy. The woman, who is wearing a dark-colored silky dress in this photo, is Magda Förstner, a cabaret dancer....
Nude Descending a Staircase, No.2

Nude Descending a Staircase, No.2

Nude Descending a Staircase, No.2, an oil on canvas painting, was done by Marcel Duchamp in 1912. The size is 57.9 x 35.1 inches and it is presently in Philadelphia Museum of Art. This is the second version of Nude Descending a Staircase, which he painted a year...
Self-Portrait on Her Sixth Wedding Anniversary

Self-Portrait on Her Sixth Wedding Anniversary

Self-Portrait on Her Sixth Wedding Anniversary, an oil on canvas painting, was painted by German artist, Paula Modersohn-Becker in 1906. The size is 101 x 69.9 centimeters and it is currently in Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum in Bremen, Germany. It is the first museum...
The Bath of Psyche

The Bath of Psyche

The Bath of Psyche, an oil on canvas painting, was done by Frederic Leighton and painted in 1890. The size is 89.2 x 62.2 centimeters and it is currently in Tate, London. The female subject was based on the Greek goddess of the soul, Psyche. She is standing gently...
Protected: Sculpting in Stone Master Class by Daniel Grant

Protected: Sculpting in Stone Master Class by Daniel Grant

Last Thursday, I had a great opportunity to meet Daniel Grant, the artist behind the sculptures, paintings, and art furniture that were exhibited at Mindy Ross Gallery. I learned about the different stones he uses for his sculptures like marble, alabaster, granite,...

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