The Child's Bath, 1893. The famous names of Monet, Renoir or Degas may come to mind, while faces of the leading females linger in the faraway dimness. Unfortunately, it’s no surprise that women in art history have always been ignored or dismissed, but it’s crucial to remember their legacies, as well. Mary Cassatt’s work and… Continue reading MARY CASSATT.
O, then, what graces in my love do dwell, That he hath turn'd a heaven unto a hell!— William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream. First and foremost, to those who wish to interact with me and/or the blog itself, please note that I may not always respond right away! I do have other things to… Continue reading A few words!
Glorification of Saint Faustinus and Saint Jovita [...] Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, c. 1752. Art, as we know it, has been around since the Prehistorical Ages. It has always been a part of our culture as human beings, as well as many aspects of our daily lives; there is no past, present, or future without it,… Continue reading Introduction.