Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Modern Art Movements

by Susan NYC The Modern Art Movements “What distinguishes modern art from the art of other ages is criticism.” -Octavio Paz The Modern Art movements can be said to have begun in the mid 19th century. Up until this point, the artists of the world focused their artwork on realistic depictions of the world around

Framing Fine Art

by Onasill ~ Bill Badzo Framing Fine Art When people consider buying a work of fine art, they usually focus on what kind of artwork they prefer – whether sculpture, painting or photography would be best for the space they have in mind – and then the details of what would be right within the

Contemporary Art Gallery Melbourne

by virtue_fern Contemporary Art Gallery Melbourne Australian art takes two forms – Aboriginal and Colonial. Any art collection depends on the taste of the individual collector but to have a rounded collection of Australian artwork, it would be a good idea to try and cover all historical bases. Some of Australia’s most prolific colonial artists

Differentiating Pop Art from Modern Art

by ch.weidinger Differentiating Pop Art from Modern Art Some of the world’s most popular art forms among collectors, fans and novices today are Pop Art and Modern Art. These two forms of art are typically found widely around the globe in homes and in personal collections as well as in museums and galleries more than

Abstract And Pop Art Canvas Art

by HELI©2011 Abstract And Pop Art Canvas Art Abstract and pop art canvas art can be a great way to decorate a room or even an entire home. Alternatively it can be used to add colour and character to a bar, restaurant, or virtually any other business or commercial property. Canvas art is essentially a

Contemporary Art In Russia

by codebarre Contemporary Art In Russia Art exhibitions and auctions which took place recently showed that Russian contemporary art is one of the most promising and dynamic emerging sectors of the world’s art market, and the exhibition “Counterpoint, Contemporary Russian Art” in the Louvre Museum (Paris, France) which started on October 14, 2010 and lasts