Leonardo da Vinci’s Handwritten Resume (1482) With English Translation

We know that Michelangelo wrote grocery lists; now we have evidence that Leonardo wrote resumes. “Before he was famous, before he painted the Mona Lisa and...

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We know that Michelangelo wrote grocery lists; now we have evidence that Leonardo wrote resumes. “Before he was famous, before he painted the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper, before he invented the helicopter, before he drew the most famous image of man, before he was all of these things, Leonardo da Vinci was an artificer,...

Dramatic “Know Where You Stand” Photo Collaboration by Seth Taras

Seth Taras, a self-taught American artist, was hired by The History Channel for the campaign, “Know Where You Stand.” He was joined by Ground Zero Advertising...

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Seth Taras, a self-taught American artist, was hired by The History Channel for the campaign, “Know Where You Stand.” He was joined by Ground Zero Advertising Agency His pictures show modern scenes spliced with historical photographs!  The series acts as a reminder of the past’s significance in our everyday lives, and the important role history plays in...

Vincent Van Gogh – One Minute Epic Artist History Series

Born in the Netherlands, Vincent Willem van Gogh describes his childhood as cold and lonely. Unsuccessful as an art dealer and minister, he moves to...

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Born in the Netherlands, Vincent Willem van Gogh describes his childhood as cold and lonely. Unsuccessful as an art dealer and minister, he moves to Brussels to become an artist.

The World’s Oldest Art Studio Was Discovered in This Ethiopian Cave 43000 years ago!

For 4,500 years, ancient humans kept on coming back to one cave in Ethiopia. It’s a roomy enclosure at the base of a limestone cliff,...

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For 4,500 years, ancient humans kept on coming back to one cave in Ethiopia. It’s a roomy enclosure at the base of a limestone cliff, but its natural qualities were only one part of the story. People used the cave to store reddish stones rich in iron oxide, and then they turned those stones into different...

Rare Photographs of a Very Young Frida Kahlo, Captured by Her Dad

Artist Frida Kahlo is probably best known for her painted self portraits, but she also had a well-documented life on camera. There are hundreds of photographs taken...

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Artist Frida Kahlo is probably best known for her painted self portraits, but she also had a well-documented life on camera. There are hundreds of photographs taken of her as an adult with husband Diego Rivera, but what’s less common are images from her childhood. Witness these photos of young Magdalena Carmen Frieda, taken by her Hungarian...

Leonardo Da Vinci’s to-do List from 1490 makes you Look Like a Pleb

Most people’s to-do lists are, almost by definition, pretty dull, filled with those quotidian little tasks that tend to slip out of our minds. Pick...

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Most people’s to-do lists are, almost by definition, pretty dull, filled with those quotidian little tasks that tend to slip out of our minds. Pick up the laundry. Get that thing for the kid. Buy milk, canned yams and kumquats at the local market. Leonardo, one of the most brilliant men to have ever lived,...

500+ Free Art Books from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

dreams of so many artists, researchers, students and curators finally came true when The Metropolitan Museum of Art made a vast trove of images available for...

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dreams of so many artists, researchers, students and curators finally came true when The Metropolitan Museum of Art made a vast trove of images available for free download. Now the museum is taking one more step towards making its collections accessible to worldwide art enthusiasts and professionals. The museum recently made some 500 plus, mostly out-of-print, yet no less...

Can You Spot the Secret Moon Maiden? A Wonderful Scientific Map of the Moon from 1679

Map of the Moon by the Italian astronomer Giovanni Domenico Cassini (1625-1712), published in 1679. This moon map is famous for details added by Cassini...

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Map of the Moon by the Italian astronomer Giovanni Domenico Cassini (1625-1712), published in 1679. This moon map is famous for details added by Cassini that can be seen in close-up, such as a “Moon Maiden”. The mapping of the Moon with telescopes started with Galileo in 1610, and then developed further during the 17th...

History of Modern Art Visualized in a Massive 130-Foot Timeline

If you visited The Tate Modern in recent years, perhaps you saw the large, 130-foot art installation covering a concourse wall. Created by illustrator Sara Fanelli, the “Tate...

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If you visited The Tate Modern in recent years, perhaps you saw the large, 130-foot art installation covering a concourse wall. Created by illustrator Sara Fanelli, the “Tate Artist Timeline” provided museumgoers with a sprawling roadmap showing the major artistic movements and important artists of the 20th century, moving from Art Nouveau to more contemporary Graffiti Art.    ...

Complete Archive of Vincent van Gogh’s Letters: Beautifully Illustrated and Fully Annotated

Vincent van Gogh’s letters have long been prized as some of the most valuable documents in the world of art. Not only do they throw...

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Vincent van Gogh’s letters have long been prized as some of the most valuable documents in the world of art. Not only do they throw light on Van Gogh’s own complex and intriguing character, they enlighten the whole creative process. First published in three volumes in 1914, only 24 years after his death, the letters of Vincent...

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