Big Art Theory Blog

a place where art meets literature in a way unseen before


May 2016

‘The French Successor of Pre-Raphaelites And Great Admirer Of Roses‘(14)

  ‘…In our life there is a single color, as on artist’s palette, which provides the meaning of life and art. It is the color of love.’ Mark Chagall, From ‘Newsweek’, April 8, 1985 Whenever I analyzed and studied the... Continue Reading →

‘The Woman Who Made A Prototype For Oil Paintings’ (13)

‘Female artists are the perfect example of a creator. They know how to make life and art with their bodies. Life comes from their bodies, so in a very basic level, their power to create is beyond compare’ Brandon Boyd... Continue Reading →

‘A Painting. Gift For The Humanity From The One Who’s Been Left Behind.'(12)

'Rembrandt, (…) belongs to the race of artists who cannot have descendants, the race of Michelangelo, the race of Shakespeare, of Beethoven; like these Prometheuses of art he wanted to ravish the celesti al fife, to put the vibrations of... Continue Reading →

‘People Do Not Buy Art. They Buy The Artist'(11)

‘Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist’ R. Magritte Have you ever wondered what the history of art would be like if the great painters such as René Magritte, John William Waterhouse or Gustav Klimt lived... Continue Reading →

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