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Happy 5th Birthday DailyArt!

Published on August 22nd, 2017 | by Zuzanna Stanska

Exactly on this day in 2012, DailyArt mobile apps have been published on AppStore and Google Play. It means, that WE ARE 5 YEARS OLD! (In the mobile world, but still!) As some of you may remember,... Read More



Picnic Time! Best Picnic Inspirations From Art

Published on August 22nd, 2017 | by Magda Michalska

August picnics or barbecues, when the sun is shining, the grass is green and birds are singing… When the basket is full of yummy sandwiches and bottles of home-made compote… If you’re planning a summer eat-out... Read More


The Origin of the World

Few Comments On Courbet’s Origin of the World

Published on August 21st, 2017 | by Zuzanna Stanska

In the 19th century, the display of the nude body underwent a revolution – and a massive critique. Gustave Courbet, one of the main scandalists of his epoch, rejected academic painting and its smooth, idealised nudes, but... Read More


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Listen To What Is Dada According To Hans Arp

Published on August 18th, 2017 | by Zuzanna Stanska

Voices of Dada is part of popular series of archive audio CDs exploring 20th century avant-garde and modern art. The album features interviews and phonetic poetry by six leading figures from the Dada movement, active between... Read More

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Francisco de Goya The Third of May, 1808: The Execution of the Defenders of Madrid 1814 Museo del Prado, Madrid

Francisco Goya: The First Modernist?

Published on August 17th, 2017 | by Wendy Gray

Everyone has heard of the Spaniard, Francisco Goya, but what title would you give this enigma of an artist? Court Painter? Romantic? War Correspondent? Celebrity Painter? Social Commentator? Subversive? Modernist? All of these titles are apt,... Read More



Thomas Becket: The Imagery of an Unexpected Saint

Published on August 16th, 2017 | by Stephanie Skenyon

A controversial figure, no one among his contemporaries would ever have assumed that Thomas Becket, adviser to King Henry II and, later, Archbishop of Canterbury, was destined for sainthood.  Born into the petty nobility around 1119,... Read More

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A Paradise For All Hipsters – Gluten Free Art Museum

Published on August 15th, 2017 | by Zuzanna Stanska

Internet is full of wonders. A French graphic artist Arthur Coulet has created a Tumblr called the Gluten-Free Museum that removes everything containing gluten from famous classical paintings. It’s a paradise for every food-conscious hipster. Coulet decided... Read More

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