The concluding part of our journey through all the art eras of time picks up in 1905 with Cubism, Supremativism, Futurism, De Stijl and Constructivism. As well as today’s art which can be described as Postmodernism and Deconstructivism.
Continuing our journey through time to look at the most influential art periods since the Stone Age, we paused after the wonderful era of Neoclassical art to take a breather before we kick start our next venture forward in time to enter the world of Romanticism.
Our journey through time to venture into every art era that has ever been, started with the Stone Age, went through the Greek period, and finished with the Byzantine & Islamic eras. In this blog we understand more about Gothic and Celtic art as well as the Renaissance period where great luminaries of the art world were born.
The mediums of art are well known by everybody, sculpture, drawing, painting and so on are household names. But the different eras of art are another matter, perhaps some people can name modern art or impressionism, but do all the art eras spring to mind?
Abstract art is not a new art form, it has been with us for over a hundred years in some shape or form. People that study and enjoy abstract art know they like it but are not quite certain why, this art evades artistic classification and definition and there lies the beauty. One of the interesting aspects of abstract art […]
Picking up the baton one again to conduct our orchestrations of Surrealist art, in this blog we take a closer look at the artists and their work. It was not particularly easy to join Breton’s tight group, it was an elite club, which sort of made a joke of their Communist beliefs. Breton was very fickle who he accepted into […]
This is the second of our blogs to investigate into the world of art fraud, and uncover some of the perpetrators that the art world has ever seen. In recent times the problem of forged art has been a major concern, some experts say as much as 50% of all the art on the worldwide markets could be forged. As […]
Forging art is as old as art itself, and the term Art Forgery is described by Wikipedia as: The creation and selling of art which are falsely credited to other, usually more famous artists. Modern day authentication is much better now than it used to be which tends to make this sort of crime less popular than it once was. […]
Before 1920, Surreal art had not even been thought of and really it was more of a cultural movement than an artistic one. It also did not just cover paintings, literature was also a part of the movement. At first this movement was shocking, the art produced was unnerving as strange creatures started to appear from common objects. It was […]