Henry Fuseli (1741-1825) was a British painter and writer, born in Switzerland. As a painter, he favored the supernatural and leaning everything on an ideal scale, believing a certain amount of…
A group of models threw a house party and as the party went on they all ended up posing as they completely undressed.With so many attractive women and poses this collection is not only a visual treat…
For Monet, the act of creation was always a painful struggle. His obsession with capturing light effects in nature was much more intense than that of his contemporaries. In his words: Skills come and…
Robert Frederick Blum (1857-1903), American Lithographer and Watercolorist spent much of his time in Europe, but visited Japan in 1890 and spent three years there.
Discover the Renaissance through the lens of one of the greatest Italian artists of all time. Mega Square Raphael offers a wonderful introduction to the breadth of this artist's work, providing an…
This new collection of vintage-with-a-twist work by Anne Taintor offers up a fresh serving of Anne's signature hilarious commentary on the joys, challenges, and cocktail hours of motherhood. From the…
At the end of the 19th century, Alphonse Mucha created a sensation in the streets of Paris with his posters representing the French actress Sarah Bernhardt. His work announced the new artistic style…
Noted writer and artist J. Ruth Gendler originally self-published THE BOOK OF QUALITIES, now a best-seller with over a quarter-million copies in print. In her latest book NOTES ON THE NEED FOR BEAUTY…
A series of artwork created in Adobe Photoshop from scans of nature- a blade of grass, a shell, a flower petal...
Whether writing about Jasper Johns or Jeff Koons, Cindy Sherman or Richard Serra, Calvin Tomkins shows why it is both easier and more difficult to make art today. If art can be anything, where do you…