Tag: art history

Kerry James Marshall Interview: Paint it Black

Kerry James Marshall Interview: Paint it Black

then Birmingham actually had my first experience that made me think that I wanted to be an artist and I had that experience when I was in Kindergarten even though at the time I couldn’t name The profession as an artist, but I knew I wanted to make pictures like some pictures I had seen

Street Art Tour Paris – rue Dénoyez

Street Art Tour Paris – rue Dénoyez

It used to be a very industrial place, there were many small workshops, and once they were no longer needed, the artists began to invest in them. there were many small workshops, and once they were no longer needed, the artists began to invest in them. And they started exhibiting sculptures, paintings… and that was

Who Made the Minecraft Paintings and What Do They Say About the Game?

Who Made the Minecraft Paintings and What Do They Say About the Game?

Like many people my age I grew up playing Minecraft for a decent chunk of my childhood, and still do today. Recently, it’s had a bit of a resurgence with PewDiePie’s now-famous let’s play series, Jacksepticeye’s series, and the many livestream highlights from people such as Call Me Carson, Jschlatt, and Wilbur with his surprisingly

Paintings Conservation: Behind the scenes

Paintings Conservation: Behind the scenes

A painting might need restoration if there’s something wrong with the paint itself – it’s flaking, maybe if the support – the canvas or the panel – if there’s a problem with either of those two things. It may be very dirty it maybe has a varnish that’s gone very yellow and brown and discoloured

My Top 40 Art Reflections

My Top 40 Art Reflections

Alright, so, I do my best to pass along the art and ideas of many different people on this channel. But today I’m going to speak from my own experience and share forty reflections about art that feel something like the truth to me… Or at least truth-adjacent… For now… Because everything is contingent. 40)

Rare Book Collection: Printing Techniques for Scientific Illustrations

Rare Book Collection: Printing Techniques for Scientific Illustrations

>>BARBARA J. RHODES, CONSERVATION LIBRARIAN: The library collection is a library that’s used almost in it’s entirety. There aren’t too many things that we put away and don’t let anybody see. I’m Barbara Rhodes, and I’m the conservator for the library. A big part of my work is trying to keep the library collection in

Rembrandt, The Three Crosses, 1653

Rembrandt, The Three Crosses, 1653

(piano music)>>Dr. David Drogin: Rembrandt was a very prolific print maker, and like other important painters concerned with their professional fame before him, he took advantage of the printmaking technologies in order to really proliferate and promulgate his work.>>Dr. Beth Harris: That’s right. And in fact, I think Rembrandt knew about a lot of other