An illuminated manuscript is a beautifully crafted book, but it’s also so much more—it’s a literal piece of art history. Illuminated manuscripts are hand-crafted books with pages that feature [...]
For the first 15 years of his career, Csaba Markus didn’t sign his art because he was unsure of its quality. Today, Markus’ signature is the finishing touch on an innovative new medium he is [...]
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In the last 150 years alone, the art world has taken a series of tenacious twists and turns. What was once defined by ornate encasements, master apprenticeships and royal commissions transformed [...]
The art of Tomasz Rut captures the beautiful acts and emotions of mankind with god-like figures that could have descended from Mt. Olympus. As it turns out, the real reasons behind Rut’s style is [...]
Peter Nixon's been inspired by many facets of life – from his early introduction to etching to his encounters with Venice and the movements of a classical dance troupe
Albrecht Dürer: Impressions of the Renaissance features 41 works celebrating the world of Albrecht Dürer, one of the greatest artists of the Northern Renaissance.
The Portland Art Museum presents Word and Image/Word as Image, an exhibition examining the relationship between word and image in prints over the course of more than 500 years, from the [...]
The Bell County Museum is hosting an astonishing exhibition of prints, The Inspired Line: Selected Prints of Albrecht Durer and Rembrandt van Rijn.